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. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below. This list is updated monthly and stays up for two months; please let us know if something should be removed before that time.

DCLT is announcing the hiring of a new, full-time Community Organizer position with the organization. The primary responsibility for this self-motivated, independent – as well as team player - will be relationship and community building. The organizer will work closely with the property management team listening to, and working to empower, over 250 residents across seven neighborhoods where DCLT owns properties in Durham.

The Duke College Advising Corps places exceptional recent Duke undergraduate alums ('16, '17, '18) from ALL fields of study in central North Carolina high schools as near-peer college advisers to lead low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students to college. Advisers serve the entire school year, with the possibility of extending their term of service for an additional year. New staff will start their 2018-2019 year of service with a training in Durham, NC (July-August), and begin working at Duke CAC partner high schools in August.

We are looking for a seasoned and highly-motivated individual with strong people and project management skills to join our team of mission-driven training and technical assistance providers.  We are seeking someone with experience with a variety of issues relating to health equity and social justice, including access to health care for underserved populations and addressing social determinants of health through innovative approaches, community engagement, and partnerships. 

The Transplanting Traditions Community Farm (TTCF) is seeking applications for one Americorps VISTA Member focused on developing culturally relevant educational tools and increasing community education and outreach initiatives. 

Position begins 08/10/2018. Please see the position description HERE and attached. Americorps Listing HERE  

Description of Work: This position requires fluency in Spanish. The outreach worker acts under the direction and supervision of the outreach coordinator. S/he is responsible for completing basic health assessments, referrals, and follow-up to migrant and seasonal farmworkers. This position requires evening availability, a valid NC driver's license, car insurance, and reliable transportation. This position will be supervised and based out of the NC Farmworkers’ Project in Benson but will require frequent travel in surrounding areas.

Description of Work: This is a bilingual (Spanish/English) position. The outreach worker acts under the direction and supervision of the outreach coordinator. S/he is responsible for completing basic health assessments, referrals, and follow-up to migrant and seasonal farmworkers and for case management of farmworkers seen by the Campbell University mobile clinic, and for driving the clinic van and assisting in coordination of mobile clinics.

Job Description:

The Agroecology / Food Justice Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating FWAF’s Rebuilding Local Food Systems in Farmworker Communities project. The primary responsibilities include:

Join us for a summer of learning people’s history, protest skills, and political analysis! 

Who: High School Students, ages 13-18 (9th-12th grade) 
When: Freedom School tracks are 2 weeks long: Tuesdays – Fridays. 9am-4:30pm; Friday programming may run later.  Where: Raleigh, Durham, and (new!) Greensboro

Location: Whiteville, NC
Compensation: $31,200 ($15/hr)

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