Weekly Do-Gooder Jobs and Events

RESOURCES

I took two days off this week and planned a vacation. Here’s how to take care or your feminist self.

 

JOBS

Campaigner at UltraViolet (Virtual Office)

News Editor at RH Reality Check (Virtual Office)

National Campus Organizers at Feminist Majority Foundation (DC/LA)

Executive Director at Mama Cash (Amsterdam)

Grants & Operations Assistant at Proteus Fund (Amherst)

Innovation Manager at Doorways to Dreams Fund (Boston)

Program Director at Invest in Girls SM (Boston)

Executive Director at Center for Contemporary Printmaking (CT)

Executive Assistant at Guttmacher Institute (NYC)

High Line Nature Educator at Friends of the High Line (NYC)

Director, Substance Use and Mental Health Program at Vera Institute of Justice (NYC)

Director of Programs at Girls Write Now (NYC) This kind of makes me wish I was a programs person

Research & Communications Associate at Funders for LGBTQ Issues (NYC)

Freelance Copywriter at New York City Housing Authority (NYC)

Senior Campaign Manager, Program Manager, Community Mobilization and Leadership Development, and Communications and Program Associate at Breakthrough (NYC)

Manager of Corporate Programming at Free Arts NYC (NYC) I love this organization!

Deputy Director of Citywide Special Events at NYC Parks & Recreation (NYC)

Brooklyn Organizer at Transportation Alternatives (NYC) Yes it COULD be the quintessential hipster job, but you’d also be doing a lot of good.

Executive Director at Sakhi for South Asian Women (NYC) One of the best and most essential organization in the city. You want to work here.

Development Operations Coordinator at NYC Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center (NYC)

Lifestyle Account Director at Small Girls PR (Brooklyn)

Director of Development and Programs at Dance Films Association (Brooklyn)

Development Manager at Mark Morris Dance Group (Brooklyn)

Chief Program Officer at Long Island GLBT Network (Long Island)

Executive Assistant at Planned Parenthood of Nassau County (Long Island)

Political Director at Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (DC)

Campaign Director for Airports at Service Employees International Union (DC)

Development Associate at National Museum of Women in the Arts (DC)

Executive Director at North Carolina AIDS Action Network (Raleigh)

Grants and Office Coordinator at The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design (Asheville)

Officials Manager at US Quidditch (Seattle) So this exists.

Youth Program Coordinator at The San Francisco LGBT Community Center (SF)

Grant Researcher at Surf For Life (SF)

Digital Director at FWD.us (SF) This is…interesting. It would be a huge task to direct digital operations for an organization founded by Zuck, Gates, and Reid Hoffman. But you also know that your interface wouldn’t have to be user friendly! *rimshot*

Program Associate at Alliance for Girls (Oakland)

Sexual Assault Program Coordinator at Live Violence Free (Lake Tahoe, CA)

Manager at Hollywood Farmers’ Market (LA)

 

 

OPPORTUNITIES

Apply to “Courage to Lead for Young Leaders & Activists” conference

 

 

EVENTS

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 22: Diversifying Tomorrow’s Newsrooms: A Conversation (NYC)

May 27: HOLLA::Revolution (NYC)

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 7: 2014 WAM!NYC Conference (NYC)

June 14: Abolishing the PIC & Transforming Justice: A Workshop (Chicago)

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

June 24: Summer, Sex, & Spirits (NYC) benefits Planned Parenthood in NYC; BROAD CITY will be there for part of the night!

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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