Links to Jobs and Opportunities

Jobs, internships, and other opportunities across the U.S. and beyond! We re-post listings in the language(s) received. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below. This list is updated monthly and stays up for two months; please let us know if something should be removed before that time.

The Program

Through the fellowship, a diverse group of mid-career professionals from the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors — including indigenous, Afro, women, and LGBTQI Latinos — gain the knowledge, skills, and networks to thrive. The interactive program includes:

  • An in-person orientation focused on building collective power through new professional relationships

  • Learning sessions within communities of practice that build an understanding of systemic racism and support individual and collective agency in changing oppressive systems

Southern Partners Fund (“SPF”), founded in July 1998, is a public foundation created and governed by experienced grassroots community leaders. Our mission is: to serve rural southeastern communities and organizations seeking social, economic and environmental justice by providing them with financial resources, technical assistance and training, and access to systems of information and power.
 

Title: Program Officer

Reports to: Executive Director

FLSA* Status: Exempt

Pay Range: $45,000 - $65,000 (Commensurate with Experience)

 

Alianza Nacional de Campesinas (National Alliance of Farmworker Women) was founded in 2011 as an informal network of farmworker women-serving organizations with the specific aim of bringing unity and coherence to this growing, but greatly under-supported and underrepresented movement of working women. Since then, it has worked to ensure that campesinas have a place at the decision-making tables and a unified voice at forums that set the agenda for issues of critical importance to them and their families.

Alianza Nacional de Campesinas (National Alliance of Farmworker Women) was founded in 2011 as an informal network of farmworker women-serving organizations with the specific aim of bringing unity and coherence to this growing, but greatly under-supported and underrepresented movement of working women. Since then, it has worked to ensure that campesinas have a place at the decision-making tables and a unified voice at forums that set the agenda for issues of critical importance to them and their families.

Apply for GEO's Change Leaders in Philanthropy Fellowship, our 10-month peer cohort program designed specifically for senior executives. The Fellowship helps participants work together to identify promising practices and recommendations for creating organizational conditions that support nonprofit success. Whether you lead efforts to help your organization embrace a learning culture or adopt a racial equity lens, the skills gathered through the Fellowship will prove invaluable for your organization's growth.      

2019 Conference Logistics Coordinator 

(part time, temporary contract, based in the Southeast)

Deadline:     April 15, 2019 or until filled

Membership and Communications Coordinator 

(full time, based in the Southeast)

Deadline:      April 8, 2019 or until filled

The Jim Bernstein Health Leadership Fellows program is now seeking applicants for its fellowship class of 2019-2021. This program of the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation seeks to identify and support the work of emerging rural community health leaders who serve rural and underserved populations in North Carolina.

Read more and apply here.

With more than eight decades of progressive activism, the North Carolina Council of Churches remains the leading faith voice for justice advocacy in North Carolina. We are particularly concerned about issues related to care of creation, health care, immigration, farmworkers, voting rights, food security, peace, and making all congregations healthier places. The Council embraces ethnic, racial, gender, and sexual diversity.

LEAD PARALEGAL
Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. (CDM) seeks a Lead Paralegal to join its dynamic,binational team of migrant workers’ rights advocates.  This is a unique opportunity to work incoalition with migrant workers in their fight for justice.  The Lead Paralegal will be based in CDM’s Mexico City headquarters and will coordinate the organization’s legal intake, casedevelopment, litigation support and investigatory work.

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