Weekly Do-Gooder Jobs and Events

RESOURCES

Help recently graduated students with paying off their student debt and doing good in their community.

 

JOBS

Economic Justice Campaign Manager at Center for Popular Democracy (DC/NYC)

Senior Grants Officer, Public Sector Development at Partners In Health (Boston)

Program Director GRLZRadio.org at St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children’s Center (Mass)

Development Officer/Producer at All-Stars Project Inc. (Bridgeport)

Director of Education and Outreach at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival (Cold Spring, NY)

Writer and Editor at The Center for Reproductive Rights (NYC)

Organizing Director at Caring Across Generations (NYC)

Professional Programs Assistant at Planned Parenthood of New York City (NYC)

Program Associate, Sexual Health and Rights at American Jewish World Service (NYC)

Manager, Program Support (Education, Creativity and Free Expression), Manager, Program Support (Democracy, Rights and Justice), and Director, Democratic Participation and Governance at Ford Foundation (NYC) The idea of the Manager of Program Support is interesting to me…

Director of Communications at Action Without Borders – Idealist.org (NYC)

Art Collective Director at Community Access, Inc. of New York City (NYC)

New Beginnings Program Manager at Mt. Sinai St Luke’s Hospital (NYC) child sexual abuse & exploitation

Program Officer, Early Childhood at Overdeck Family Foundation (NYC)

Director, Communications at Pro Mujer International (NYC)

PT Finance Advisor, HBK Incubates at Hot Bread Kitchen (NYC)

Staff Writer, Politics at the Atlantic Wire (NYC)

Finance Officer/Grants Manager at Girl Rising (NYC)

Food and Nutrition Security Policy Officer at Concern Worldwide (US) Inc. (NYC)

Senior Grant Writer at Latino Commission On AIDS (NYC)

PT Office Manager at The Muse (NYC)

Director of Partnership Development at ioby (Brooklyn)

Curatorial Fellow at Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (Brooklyn)

Policy Director at Center for Popular Democracy (Brooklyn)

Program Officer at Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock (Long Island)

Development Coordinator at Rising Tide Capital, Inc. (Jersey City)

Director For Women’s Political Participation Programs at National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (DC)

Program Associate at The Center for Reproductive Rights (DC)

Country Director-Zambia at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (DC)

Program Associate: Reproductive Justice at The Young Women’s Project (DC)

Partnerships Officer at Nothing But Nets (DC)

Program Officer, South Asia at Global Fund For Children (DC)

Researcher/Writer for Voting Rights Project at Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (DC) Insider tip: do NOT refer to this one by its acronym

Enterprise Development Officer at Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. (DC)

Deputy Director, Special Events at United Nations Foundation (DC) It HAS to be a sign of illness that I finished off an annual event and still found this job intriguing

Staff Attorney — Breaking Barriers to Employment Project at Neighborhood Legal Services Programs (DC)

Leadership Gift Officer at Southern Environmental Law Center (Charlottesville, VA)

Development Manager at Feminist Women’s Health Center (Atlanta)

LBGTQ Community Coordinator at Oberlin College (OH)

PT Latina Outreach Advocate at Women Helping Women Inc. (Cincinnati)

W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair at Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy (Grand Rapids)

Executive Director at The Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS (formerly Body Positive) (Phoenix)

Deputy Director, Country and Policy Job at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (Seattle) I can’t imagine anyone actually filling this job from an ad, but I suppose anything is possible.

Move to End Violence Associate at NoVo Foundation (Seattle)

Staff Attorney, Racial Justice at Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (SF)

Program Manager at Genentech Foundation (SF)

Assistant Director, California Programs at NARAL Pro-Choice America (SF)

Program Associate, Grants Operations at Global Fund for Women (SF)

Grant Writer at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF)

Program Associate, Global Development and Population Program at The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (Silicon Valley)

Executive Director, Foundation Relations at The Salk Institute for Biological Studies (La Jolla)

Coordinator, Hilton Humanitarian Prize at Conrad N. Hilton Foundation (Agoura Hills, CA)

Director of Development at Venice Arts (LA)

 

OPPORTUNITIES

Bushwick Film Festival is looking for submissions

Call for submissions: IMAGINING EQUALITY: Your Voices on Women’s Human Rights, An Online Media Project

2014 Emerging Writer’s Contest at Ploughshares

Urban Economics Reporting Fellowship at Next City

Open Call for Volunteers and Workshop Proposals at Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls

Maternal and Child Health Reporting Fellowship

Emerging Voices Literary Fellowship at PEN

AAWW Fellowships for Emerging Asian American Writers in New York

 

EVENTS

May 7: Peoples is Peoples: An Anonymous Un-Networking Event (NYC) This sounds like a great idea, but I don’t think I could not talk about work for two hours.

May 7-June 1: Punk Rock Girls film series (Brooklyn)

May 8: “A Night to Say NO”: 5th Annual Fundraiser Benefiting UN Women (NYC)

May 12: “Let the Fire Burn” on PBS

May 12: “Rock, Rage & Self Defense: An Oral History of Seattle’s Home Alive” screening and panel discussion (Brooklyn) The panel will feature a bunch of great people, including MEEEEEEEEE!

May 14: Soapbox, fundraiser for the Laundromat Project (NYC)

May 14: Innovative Approaches to Improving Immigrant Access to Justice (NYC)

May 14: Women and Economic Security Conference: Changing Policy and Practice (Ann Arbor)

May 15: Cibo Matto / Javelin / JD Samson (Brooklyn)

May 20: The Adventure Project Spring Gala (NYC)

May 21: Music Bridges Cultures: A Celebration of World Day for Cultural Diversity (NYC) This event title is a lot to deal with, but it’s just a karaoke fundraiser

May 22: Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars / Okayafrica Electrafrique w/ Chief Boima and DJ Underdog (Brooklyn)

May 27-June 1: Southern Jam (Marshall, NC)

June 2014: Summer School of Women’s Activism 2014 (NYC), every Saturday

June 2-5: HIV is Not a Crime Conference (IA)

Until June 6: Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties at Brooklyn Museum of Art (Brooklyn)

June 18: Say It to My Face: Confronting the Comments Section with Tyler Coates, Jolie Kerr, and More (NYC)

Until June 29: Carrie Mae Weems: The Museum Series at the Studio Museum of Harlem (NYC)

Until October 26: Free movies at Habana Outpost (Brooklyn)

June 19-22: Queer Women Who Tech (NYC)

July 9-August 13: SummerScreen at McCarren Park (Brooklyn)

August 14-17: Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit 2014 (Alexandria)

November 13-15: Facing Race Conference 2014 (Dallas)

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