Jobs: Nonprofit Jobs
National Incubator Farm Training Initiative Coordinator, New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (part-time)
The National Incubator Farm Training Initiative (NIFTI) Coordinator will work as part of New Entry’s National Programs Team to oversee the administration of New Entry’s National Incubator Farm Training Initiative (NIFTI).
A Way Home America (AWHA) is seeking a Director of Public Policy who will lead the initiative's work to enact administrative and legislative policy change at the federal, state and local level, advancing the movement to prevent and end youth homelessness across the United States.
The Food Justice Educator (FFJE) will work directly with young people to grow food and guide them to discover the direct connection between the food system and social justice.
The Accounting Clerk is responsible for providing financial and administrative support to ensure the smooth operational functioning of Gardening the Community (GTC), particularly as it relates to handling cash and check deposits from sales and donations, processing markets and wholesale operation transactions, invoicing, contract and grants management, and data analysis and tracking.
The Edible New London Farm and Project Manager will oversee all food production activities, create effective management systems for urban farming, assist building new garden projects, and supervise and mentor paid youth staff, farm interns, and other community volunteers.
The Assistant Northeast Coordinator will be responsible for securing 1-3 Real Food Campus Commitments in New England.
The Software Development Instructor is responsible for preparing students for software development careers by teaching our 6-month intensive programming training course to students who are otherwise not prepared to enter the Tech industry as developers.
The Greater Boston Outreach Fellow will play an integral role in spreading awareness of The Carrot Project and its mission with the goal of increasing awareness of the organization in Greater Boston.
The Valley to Valley Outreach Fellow will play an integral role in spreading awareness of The Carrot Project and its mission with the goal of increasing awareness of the organization in the Pioneer Valley, the Hudson Valley, and surrounding areas.
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.