Weekly Do-Gooder Jobs and Events

RESOURCES

The worst places in the world to be a worker or why it’s time to move to Uruguay

 

JOBS

Education Coordinator at Midwives For Haiti (Haiti)

Director, Research, Monitoring & Evaluation at Women’s World Banking (NYC)

Manager of Public/Private Partnerships at Women Deliver (NYC)

Field and Organizing Manager at NARAL Pro-Choice New York (NYC)

Director of Global Funding at Office of Alumni & Development, Columbia University (NYC)

Associate, Search and Selection at Echoing Green (NYC) Search and selection has got to be the most interesting part of Echoing Green. Get on it!

Grants Assistant at Open Society Foundations (NYC)

Deputy Director for Criminal Justice Initiatives at Department of Citywide Administrative Services – Employment (NYC) I would like to encourage a non-evil person to get this job.

Residential Youth Counselor at Ali Forney Center (NYC) one of the best organizations in the city

Manager of Board Relations & the Executive Office at Planned Parenthood of New York City (NYC) I am fascinated by jobs like this. Does anyone have a job like this now? Can you tell me about it?

Media Relations Manager and Accountant at Demos: A Network for Ideas & Action (NYC)

Manager of Individual Giving at Guttmacher Institute (NYC) If you are a development person who is into repro rights and you don’t apply to this job, you should just give up

 

Membership Manager at Louis Armstrong House Museum (Queens)

 

Engaging Men Project Coordinator at Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence (DE)

 

Deputy Field Director at NARAL Pro-Choice America (DC)

Executive Assistant to the President and Managing Director at The Democracy Alliance (DC)

Media Director at National Women’s Law Center (DC)

 

Associate Publisher, Manuscript Editor, and  Editorial Assistant positions at The Sun (Chapel Hill) I don’t know if the house pictured is their office, but if so, it is super-cute

Southeast Regional Coordinator, Culinary Events at Share Our Strength (Atlanta) this sounds like fun

 

Program Director, Youth Futures Initiative at Youth Empowerment Project (NOLA)

Director, Doris Day Horse Rescue & Adoption Center at The Humane Society of The United States (Murchison, TX)

 

Early Recovery Fund Program Officer at Center for Disaster Philanthropy (Midwest) I’m not being an asshole east-coaster, they are flexible about your location in the Midwest

Regional Development Manager, Colorado at The Kitchen Community (Boulder)

 

Executive Director at National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (SF)

Bay Area Educator at Girls Leadership Institute (Oakland)

Executive Director at Sacramento LGBT Community Center (Sacramento)

Workforce Development Manager at Downtown Women’s Center, Los Angeles (LA)

 

OPPORTUNITIES

Mental Health Awareness Month: Request for Video Submissions from Latin@s My friend Dior Vargas is putting together this project, so it’s sure to be amazing

Share a Gowanus studio with my friend Erin

Conference Call for Proposals: Color of Violence 4 (COV4)–Beyond the State: Inciting Transformative Possibilities

Apply now for $1,000/month 2BR apartments in artist housing

 

EVENTS

May 28: Guernica and Flavorwire Present: The Quarterly Conversation with Jesmyn Ward (NYC)

Until June 1: Southern Jam (Marshall, NC)

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

June 2: Buying into Brooklyn: A Crash Course in Home Buying for First-Timers (Brooklyn)

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 14: Building Grassroots Power Training (NYC)

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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