Links to Jobs and Opportunities

Jobs, internships, and other opportunities across the U.S. and beyond! We re-post listings in the language(s) received. This list is updated monthly. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below.

Job Responsibilities
Create and annually refine an integrated communications and marketing strategic plan and tactics that increase awareness and visibility of CFSA programs, and communicate our position as an organization with local, regional and national influence.

Plan and implement integrated communications, community engagement and marketing strategies that increase: membership; fundraising donations; engagement in CFSA programs and events; and participation in advocacy campaigns.

The Real Food Challenge (RFC) Fellowship Program is a unique opportunity for recent college graduates to gain first-hand experience in building a social movement.  Through this 14-month program, Fellows engage in intensive projects on a regional or national level while also honing their leadership skills and food systems knowledge through our participatory learning curriculum and engaged Fellowship community.

This internship will help you gain real-world job skills while making an impact in the area to which you are assigned. Networking with professionals who have years of experience and expertise can help you gain a competitive advantage prior to entering the workforce, or advanced studies. This unmatched experience offers first-hand opportunities and challenges of work in Washington. Prepare yourself to lead with a goal to succeed.

Responsibilities & Duties:
Litigation support for cases, as a part of a team with attorneys and paralegals. Work independently to gather and synthesize documentary and testamentary proof for cases. Maintain records in the office case management system, and, under attorney supervision, interview clients. Lead an outreach team and conduct client education sessions. Limited evening or weekend work is required.


Status: Full-time, Exempt
Schedule: 40 hours weekly; including evening work at least once a week and some weekend work; occasional travel required.
Salary: $32,070, increased salary potential depending on qualifications and experience
Benefits: Employer-sponsored health insurance plan, long-term disability insurance, 401(K) pension plan, and Paid Time Off
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
Language skills: Fluency in English and Spanish, both oral and written, is essential