Jobs: Nonprofit Jobs
The Communications and Administrative Intern will be part of a small, fast-paced staff based in New York City that works closely with our national group of advisors, the BMP Project Team. The Intern will work to assist the Building Movement Project to best leverage and expand its online presence while also supporting the administrative functions of the organization.
The Research and Data Intern will be part of a small, fast-paced staff based in New York City that works closely with our national group of advisors, the BMP Project Team. The Intern will contribute to the Building Movement Project’s research projects on leadership (particularly race and nonprofit leadership), service and social change, and movement building.
The Regional Community Facilitator is a full-time position with ACEs Connection. The person in this position will function as a Regional Community Facilitator and support the Midwest region of the U.S., which includes supporting the following states: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma.
The Regional Community Facilitator is a full-time position with ACEs Connection. The person in this position will function as a Regional Community Facilitator and support Southern California region. Counties to be covered include: San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Kern, San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Inyo.
The Executive Assistant, who will be the second staff member, will provide high-level administrative support to the Executive Director by managing his schedule and travel, triaging requests and responding on behalf of the Executive Director, conducting research, preparing briefings, handling information requests and performing administrative functions including preparing correspondence, arranging calls and scheduling travel for the PI team. The Assistant will work with the team and other stakeholders.
The Healthy Food for All Research Intern will provide information on food access and nutrition education programs in Maine.
The National Technical Assistance Manager provides management and oversight for the National Programs Team at New Entry and manages the facilitation of two USDA national technical assistance (TA) projects.
CCFC is seeking a full-time Program Coordinator to support our Boston office.
This role will support all of our programs, including our corporate campaigns and the Children’s Screen Time Action Network, and is crucial for making our organization run smoothly and effectively.
Reporting to AWHWA’s Project Director, the Lead Coach will be responsible for analyzing data and performance management support to ACI communities as they work towards their goals of ending youth and young adult homelessness.