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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 manager will oversee and manage integration of health center operations with activities of outreach staff, students/nurses, residents and volunteers working in the farmworker camps/community and clinic settings. This position involves extensive outreach activities outside the clinic setting for approximately 6 months of the year working with migrant, seasonal, and retired farmworkers and their dependents. The program manager structures outreach services to smoothly interface with health center/clinic activities.

USCRI North Carolina, through 3-year funding from Duke Endowment, will be implementing the Youth Empowerment Services: Mental Health (YES:MH) program. This program will expand direct services which are trauma-responsive and culturally sensitive for refugee youth and unaccompanied children in NC’s Triangle area. YES:MH will utilize a model which “wraps around” youth, providing support in office, at school, with family, and with providers in the community.  

Part-time contracted position - 16 hours per week; $15 per hour. The first year (2019) is covered by a grant and renewed funding for an additional three years will be sought.

We Dream in Black (WeDIB) is an initiative of the NDWA that organizes Black domestic workers across the diaspora, and builds our capacity to shape a new economy and a new democracy for all of us. WeDIB works with existing member organizations of the NDWA, and initiates new organizing projects in regions that have high concentrations of Black domestic workers.“We Dream in Black” is hiring an organizer  in the Charlotte area to help expand our North Carolina organizing strategy to build a voice for Black domestic workers.  

The Farm Labor Organizing Committee, FLOC, is in search of 3 creative and committed volunteer/interns to be part of the struggle for farm worker justice in the tobacco industry for 2-6 months between May-November, 2019. 

Now Accepting Applications:  Post-Doctoral Scholar position, Center for Global Workers’ Rights 
School of Labor and Employment Relations, Penn State University 

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Deadline: March 16, 2019. 

The Farmworkers’ Support Committee is seeking a part-time Community Organizer at 15-20 hours/week.

Mission Statement: El Centro Hispano works to strengthen the community, build bridges and advocate for equity and inclusion for Hispanics/Latinos in the Triangle Area of North Carolina.

Summary of Responsibilities: Plan and teach Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III, and Conversational Spanish at El Centro Hispano. Classes will be held in 2000 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 26A, Durham NC, 27707. The job will start on Monday, January 14, 2019. The teacher will teach four classes, meeting twice a week, every four months. The courses will repeat throughout the year.