Jobs: Nonprofit Jobs
The Network seeks a Marketing Communications Associate to help us successfully raise our national profile, engage with our key constituents, and expand our reach. The Marketing Communications Associate must be a self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively within project teams, and interact effectively with staff, leadership, vendors, members, and funders.
The Co-Director/Lead Facilitator (Lead Facilitator) serves the key role of developing and executing NUBE’s abundant and civic leadership development programs. The ideal candidate will have a background creating curriculums and training programs using popular education methods, facilitating diverse groups, and a background in community organizing.
We’re looking for a dynamic organizer and manager to help build a powerful youth movement for food justice in California. Opportunities to organize for Real Food in California are incredibly ripe and needs your shining heart, brilliant mind, and hard work!
The Farmer Training Program Manager will provide year-round technical assistance, mentoring and training to small-scale direct market beginning farmers, and serve as the point person for all management responsibilities for the Farmer Training Team.
A key position reporting to and working closely with the Executive Director, the Development Coordinator provides daily coordination and administration for all development activities.
As the Senior Director of Development, you will build and implement a fundraising program for RIZE MA. You will shape the strategy and execute a multi-year plan that supports RIZE MA’s programmatic and financial goals.
Program managers run multiple successful tutorial programs over the course of a year. These programs drive dramatic improvements in the academic skills of large numbers of previously under-served public school students and represent Tutors for All’s core "product."
The Community Educator will lead the statewide effort to educate parents, educators and community members about Connecticut’s school finance system and support them in understanding how the current system affects them.
CCFC is seeking a Program Assistant to support our advocacy work. This role is crucial for making our organization run smoothly, and is ideal for someone with non-profit experience who is specifically seeking part-time work.
CCFC is looking for a capable, dynamic, and committed assistant to work with our Screen Time Program Manager at our Boston office for 15 hours per week. The work will include administrative support and outreach for CCFC’s screen time initiatives.