Weekly Do-Gooder Jobs and Events

RESOURCES

GLAAD Media Reference Guide – Transgender Glossary of Terms

Catch up on your little-known black history facts

 

JOBS

Foundations Relations Associate at Partners In Health (Boston)

Director of Knowledge Management at MENTOR / National Mentoring Partnership (Boston)

Sexual Assault Case Manager at GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project (Cambridge)

Director of Communications at International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NYC)

Manager of Donor Research and Trends at Center for Reproductive Rights (NYC)

Community Manager at Women Deliver (NYC)

PT/FT AAWW Program Director at Asian American Writers’ Workshop (NYC)

Diversity Program Manager at School of American Ballet (NYC)

Community Liasion (Transgender Programs) at Community Healthcare Network (NYC)

Youth Advocate, Streetwork at Safe Horizon (NYC)

Independent Video Producers at BRIC (Brooklyn)

Director of Communications and Community Partnerships at Spaceworks (Brooklyn)

Creative Services Project Manager at Brooklyn Academy of Music (Brooklyn)

Executive Director at Appel Farm Arts & Musice Center (NJ)

Senior Director of Development at Hyacinth AIDS Foundation (NJ)

Communications and Development Associate at Pony Power Therapies (NJ) PONIES.

Manager, Partner Services at The Democracy Alliance (DC) I would love to have a contact here—all the big money on the Left, y’all!

Animator/Visual Journalist at NPR (DC)

Campaign Associate, Girl Up at United Nations Foundation (DC)

Director of Donor Relations and Marketing at Center for Community Change (DC)

Director at Tikkun Olam Women’s Foundation (Rockville, MD)

Writer/Associate Editor- Teaching Tolerance at The Southern Poverty Law Center (Montgomery, AL)

Associate Director at Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival (NOLA)

Curator of Craft at Bellevue Arts Museum (Bellevue, WA)

Regional Program Director at The Peery Foundation (Palo Alto)

Philanthropy Research Analyst at The Center for Effective Philanthropy (SF)

Research Assistant at Ibis Reproductive Health (Oakland)

Program Coordinator – Civic Engagement at Black Women For Wellness (LA)

Community Engagement Specialist Consultant at mothers2mothers (Cape Town)

Literature Teaching Position at Eleuthera Island School (Bahamas) welcome to my fantasy of the week…

 

 

OPPORTUNITIES

Call for Proposals for Asian women-led art/activism projects

Create Change Professional Development Fellowship and Public Artist Residency

Young Women’s Leadership Network is looking for NYC-based professional women to volunteer for mentoring events

Internships at Adios Barbie!

Pass-It-On Awards Program for women in computing

First Movers Fellowship

Participate in FemSexNYC Spring 2014 workshop

 

EVENTS

February: Black Artstory Month (Brooklyn)

February 6: Sexy Valentine’s Day Party with Babeland and BUST (NYC)

February 6-9: Athena Film Festival (NYC) tickets are on sale now

February 7-18: Vengeance is Hers (Brooklyn) revenge chick flicks. Some stand-outs are9 to 5, Carrie, She-Devil, and Coffy.

February 8-16: Free Marissa Alexander week of action (national)February 11: Using Data to Create Successful Events (web)

February 9: SEEING COLOR: Casting African Americans in Shakespeare (Brooklyn)

February 14: Mast Brothers Valentine’s Day Party (Brooklyn)

February 14: Criminalizing Black Girls: A Workshop (Chicago)

February 16: Marissa Alexander Art Party (Chicago)

February 17-March 7: Restaurant Week (NYC)

February 18: Film Screening: Terminal Island + S.C.U.M. Manifesto (Brooklyn)

 

February 21-22: Take Root: Red State Perspectives on Repro Justice (OK)

February 22: Locations of Learning: Transnational Feminist Practices (NYC)

February 23: A Conversation with Piper Kerman (OITNB) and other formerly incarcerated people (Oakland)

February 24: Bystanders No More: Engaging Men in the Movement against Gender Violence (NYC)

March 5: Focus on Women: What Has Changed and What Has Not (NYC)

March 8: Small Works for Big Change: A Fundraiser for the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (NYC)

Now to March 23: The ABC of It: Why Children’s Books Matter (NYC) Went to this over the Thanksgiving weekend and it was really great! A lot more global than I expected.

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