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The Health Outreach Specialist acts under the direction, guidance and supervision of the Health Outreach Manager. This position is responsible for the completing basic health assessments, referrals and follow ups to migrant, H2A, seasonal, and retired farmworkers. Additionally, outreach activities, case management, and health education are core expectations of this position. This position requires working as a team, assisting with interns, students, and/or temporary Outreach Workers during peak season.

Location: Whiteville, NC (Outreach in Brunswick, Bladen, Columbus, Hoke, and Robeson County) This position will require extensive, in-person community outreach with mileage reimbursement

Hourly Compensation: $13 - $16
Hours: 40 hours a week (Starting immediately- December 30, 2020 with the possibility of extending hours based on grant funding and community need.)

Benefits: N/A
Start Date: August 2020 Open until filled

The Farmworkers’ Support Committee is seeking up to 2 part-time Farmworker Organizers at 20hours/week.  The Farmworker Organizer will primarily focus on outreach to farmworkers throughout Southern New Jersey, providing information and education on COVID-19, workers’rights during the pandemic, documenting workplace conditions and sharing general information about CATA.The ideal candidate will speak excellent Spanish and English and have experience in organizing for social change. 

This position will work closely with CATA’s lead organizers and CATA members to advance CATA’s mission of working for better working and living conditions for all immigrants.  CATA is a migrant farmworker organization that is governed by and comprised of farmworkers who are actively engaged in the struggle for better working and living conditions. The mission of CATA is to educate workers about their rights and support them as they develop and exercise leadership skills in order to create a better life for themselves and their communities.

Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Communications and Events Specialist to join The Latinx Project at New York University. This individual will develop and maintain the Latinx Project website, social media, newsletters and other communications channels. Research and develop relevant articles and stories about Latinx art, history, culture, news, etc. for distribution through various communications channels. Identify creative ways to generate user content.

DEADLINE: July 15, 2020

HOURS OF WORK: 30 hours/week, mostly M-F, flexible schedule

SALARY & BENEFITS:  $16-$20/hour + health insurance stipend & paid time off

LOCATION: Remote, with possible eventual office location option in the Triangle

START DATE: August 15, 2020


This position to provides trauma-informed, comprehensive case management services for all victims of human trafficking. Significant time will be given to victim advocacy and enhancement of collaborative services.


Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Charleston Legal Access is South Carolina’s first and only sliding-scale, nonprofit law firm. We provide low-cost legal representation to the working poor and others of modest means who do not qualify for free legal services but who cannot afford a private attorney. We believe—and are demonstrating—that affordable legal assistance at critical moments in people’s lives preserves homes, income streams, and other assets that keep families out of poverty. We also engage in projects to create systemic change, which are informed by our direct services work.  

The Director of Organizational Strategy is responsible for ensuring that all internal functions at NC Child are effective and equitable. While the Executive Director provides strategic vision and focuses on external relations including fundraising, partnerships, and public relations, the Director of Organizational Strategy is focused on overseeing the internal infrastructure needed to ensure the agency’s effectiveness, continuous learning, and sustainability. The two work closely together to build and support NC Child’s talented team of advocates.

Duke University’s World Food Policy Center is seeking a researcher to join our team and lead development of several new projects. Candidates must have experience conducting quantitative research studies, especially with those skill sets typically acquired through a Master’s Degree or PhD (in fields such as Public Health, Nutrition, Epidemiology, Psychology, Public Policy, Agricultural Economics, Environmental Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, or a related field). Preference for candidates with a strong publication record, policy interests, and funding history.