The role of Program Associate is an exciting position with great opportunity for project management, program development, and strategic thinking contributing to the growth and strength of our professional and international chapter networks. This opportunity is ideal for anyone looking to broaden their professional nonprofit experience.
As part of the Net Impact Chapters Team, the Program Associate will play a key role in overseeing part of the 250+ chapter network, with particular focus on both our professional and international chapters. The Program Associate reports directly to the Global Chapters Manager and has the opportunity to work with all members of the Net Impact team including the Deputy Director, the Senior Communications Manager, other Program Associates, Net Impact interns and volunteers.
Summer Search is a dynamic national non-profit organization that finds resilient low-income high school students and inspires them to become responsible and altruistic leaders by providing year-round mentoring, life-changing summer experiences, college advising and a lasting support network. Summer Search started in 1990 in San Francisco and currently serves over 1,000 high school students and 2,000 alumni in the Bay Area (San Francisco, North Bay and Silicon Valley), Seattle, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. 93% of participants go on to become first generation college students and professionals.
The Development and Operations Assistant is responsible for assisting with the organization’s fundraising efforts and providing administrative program support to the San Francisco Bay Area region, which is comprised of three program sites in San Francisco, Petaluma and San Jose. Read the rest of this entry »
Fitness Forward is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to Lead Youth to Live Well. Integrating scientifically grounded evidence, web-based technologies, and targeted social marketing, we aim to reverse the dangerous rise in childhood obesity, diabetes, and mental illness. We envision a day when all children, regardless of background or circumstance, will grow up with the knowledge, motivation, and tools to live healthier, happier lives. Currently, D2F reaches thousands of children in MA, NC, ND, PA, OH and AL public schools. Evaluations in NC and MA demonstrated that children who participated in D2F
The development associate is generally responsible for fundraising and communications. In particular, this includes donor research, outreach, and follow-up, especially for major donors. The development associate is primarily responsible for maintaining donor data, grant information (especially deadlines), and for coordinating other interns in fundraising activities. Read the rest of this entry »
Vermont Works for Women is currently looking to fill three positions. These are great opportunities for recent graduates and graduating seniors.
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It was great to see you all at the Spring Job Fling this afternoon. We had a great turn out!
For those of you who couldn’t make it, don’t worry! There are still jobs out there.
Here you can find the packet that we were handing out. It contains a sample of jobs that are out there in the environmental, social welfare, and common good sectors.
For those of you interested in working in Education check out our Education Jobs and Resources listing here here!
And remember to use MOJO and LACN to look for jobs. If you have any questions, post a comment or come to drop in hours at the CSO, which happen 2 to 5 every weekday.
The New York City Coalition Against Hunger, in partnership with Green Guerillas, is currently accepting applications for summer positions in the Anti-Hunger Empowerment Corps. This is a perfect opportunity for college students interested in poverty, nutrition and environmental issues!
Position responsibilities will include working with urban gardens, farmers markets and community supported agriculture (CSA) in low-income communities. Duties may also include volunteer outreach and management, fundraising, nutrition education and benefits outreach. Professional training will be provided for all activities. Some positions will include some evening and/or weekend hours. Positions run from June 1st to August 31st. Corps members will be paid a $3017 living stipend for the summer, as well as receive an education award of $1250 in exchange for completing 450 hours of service.
To apply: See the listing on AmeriCorps by searching “Anti-Hunger & Empowerment Corps (CSA)”
Deadline to apply is March 12th
The Global Health Corps (GHC) has extended the deadline for their fellowships to March 5th.
GHC aims to strengthen the movement for global health equity and improve the quality of healthcare services for the poor by connecting outstanding young leaders with organizations working on the front lines in the fight for global health equity.
The fellowship opportunities include but are not limited to being a Health Counselor in New Jersey, a Systems Innovation Officer in Massachusetts, or a Human Resources for Health Program Consultant in Burundi.
For more information and to apply Read the rest of this entry »
City Hall Fellows is a non-partisan nonprofit training the next generation of leaders for America’s cities. Their 12-month, paid, post-college Fellowship integrates hands-on experience working within the highest levels of local government with intensive training in how cities work. For their next class, they will be placing cohorts of Fellows in 3 cities:
The Fellowship is open to students of ALL majors. They are seeking out Middlebury’s top graduating students and recent alums about this opportunity.
A detailed overview of the Fellowship, as well as application materials and instructions, are on their website, www.cityhallfellows.org. The Fellowship year begins August 2, 2010 and runs through July 29, 2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Breakthrough Collaborative is a national non-profit that increases educational opportunity for high-potential, low-income middle school students and inspires outstanding college and high school students to pursue careers in education. Read the rest of this entry »
New Sector’s Residency in Social Enterprise is a competitive program that provides recent graduates and
young professionals the opportunity to serve at a nonprofit organization for one year as an AmeriCorps member.
Through their efforts to further the mission of their service sites, their experience with daily nonprofi t operations, and the training and support New Sector provides, Residents develop a holistic understanding of community, service, leadership, and the elements of a socially responsible career.
About New Sector Alliance
Today’s nonprofi ts and their leaders are faced with challenges that are more complex and more urgent than ever before. Needs in the communities they serve are growing, while resources to address those needs are increasingly scarce. New Sector bridges the gap between the help nonprofit leaders need and the help they can afford. In collaboration with the world’s leading management consulting firms, universities, nonprofi ts and AmeriCorps/The Corporation for National and Community Service, New Sector pursues a unique dual mission of strengthening organizations today while developing leaders for tomorrow.
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American Jewish Committee’s Goldman Fellowship Program is designed to develop future leaders in the areas of international and domestic politics, diplomacy, public relations, and management. This competitive Fellowship gives students the unique opportunity to work in offices domestically and throughout the world – from New York City to Melbourne, Australia.
Fellows work closely with supervisors in a mentor relationship with senior AJC personnel to learn about strategy, advocacy, and the development and implementation of programming. Fellows may also spend part of their time developing an independent project with the AJC office to which they are assigned.
AJC Goldman Fellows receive $3,000 for the 9-week program plus major travel expenses. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are interested in reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well as helping Low to Moderate Income (LMI) people make ends meet, you should check out the new residential energy efficiency retrofit program, HEAL AR. The program, created by the William J. Clinton Foundation and the State of Arkansas, performs energy efficiency audits for LMI homes, and then retrofits the homes to be more energy-efficient, which then allows residents to redirect money from utilities to other basic needs. The position available is as an AmeriCorps member. For the HEAL AR project, your living allowance is $950 per month. In addition, HEAL AR AmeriCorps members may be eligible to receive Health
Insurance and those members who complete a full-time term of service will receive an AmeriCorps Education Award currently valued at $4,725.
In addition to receiving AmeriCorps basic training, you will learn Read the rest of this entry »
The Institute of International Education is pleased to announce the inauguration of an exciting new program. The Freeman Indonesia Nonprofit Internship Program (FINIP), funded by the Freeman Foundation, aims to develop student leaders and strengthen the nonprofit sector in Indonesia. IIE will select and pair 10 Indonesian students pursuing U.S. degrees with 10 U.S. undergraduates and arrange internships for them to work together in an Indonesian nonprofit organization.
The 9-week experience, from June 15 to August 17, 2010, arranged by IIE’s partner organization, the Indonesian International Education Foundation (IIEF), will take place in three cities: Jakarta, Bandung and Yogyakarta. All program-related costs will be covered. Read the rest of this entry »
Have you heard about the Davis Projects for Peace, a program which honors Kathryn Wasserman Davis, a 102 year old philanthropist who is interested in finding new ways to advance world peace.
Undergraduate students at more than 90 college campuses across the United States, including those who will graduate this academic year, are eligible to design and submit proposals that address the goal of improving the prospects for peace in the 21st century. The top submissions from the participating campuses, including at least one from Middlebury, will receive funding of $10,000 from Mrs. Davis with which to initiate projects anywhere in the world during the summer of 2010.
If you are interested, make sure to attend the Q and A session at Old Stone Mill on Monday November 16, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. Students who have been recipients of past Davis Project for Peace funding, as well as students whose projects were supported by the College, will be available to answer questions and speak about their individual experiences. It will be an excellent opportunity to see firsthand what Middlebury students have accomplished with the support of this Initiative.
This is an initiative for all undergraduates, and not those solely interested in politics, the social sciences, or international studies. Read the rest of this entry »
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps is looking for a full-time Administrative Coordinator. The coordinator would be based out of Richmond, VT.
The preferred start date is January 4, 1010. You would make $26,000 annualized, and have both health and dental insurance. This is a great opportunity where you will be exposed to leadership roles.
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps is a non-profit service, conservation, and leadership training organization modeled after the 1930’s Civilian Conservation Corps. The VYCC believes in the value of personal responsibility, hard work, education, and respect for the environment, and brings this message to Corps Members, ages 16-24, who work, live, and study together in small groups, completing priority conservation and park management projects throughout Vermont under the guidance of highly-trained leaders.
Read on for more information: Read the rest of this entry »
Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) is hoping you’ll spread the word that there is a local job opening (it’s part time (10hr/week) working with their Community Relations Manager. They’re growing fast and they are looking for an energetic, motivated, independent person who would like a part time schedule. It’s meaningful work and always hopping. For more information about ACTR, check out their website: www.actr-vt.org.
The WT Internship opportunity deadline to work as a Shelter Assistant at the John Graham Shelter in Vergennes, VT has been extended until Monday, November 9. The position would work to identify and reach out to homeless individuals and families to build trusting relationships in order to foster empowerment and assist with transition from homelessness to housing. You would also assist with the intake process, forms and recordkeeping as needed and build trust and self esteem with clients through daily interaction via one on one and group activities.
Qualifications include: Compassion and understanding;Good communication and advocacy skills; Ability to deal effectively with a variety of clients as well as others outside the agency; Knowledge of crisis intervention and supportive counseling skills; Ability to analyze problem situations and focus on resolving them with clients; Knowledgeable of client population and their issues; Strong computer skills appreciated.
To apply for the position go to MOJO.
MATCH Corps is an urban education service year at the MATCH Charter Public Schools in Boston, MA. It is a highly selective post-grad fellowship year which pairs Corps members with 5 or 6 individual students in the MATCH High or Middle School, both award winning public schools. The Corps live together, and tutor their handful of students every day 2-on-1 in their classroom subjects, as well as TA-ing classes, coaching sports, and running extracurriculars.
Corps members also have the option to do a free teacher certification program during their Corps year, hence why they’re looking for Middlebury students with strong quantitative backgrounds who want to spend a few years as inner-city math teachers. Not normal ones. Unbelievably effective, “no excuses” teachers.
To that end, they’re hoping our students will be interested in doing MATCH Corps and the teacher training option on the way to becoming rockstar math teachers. Apply directly.
Director of Recruiting
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If you’re looking for a powerful experience that helps change America for the better, consider U.S. PIRG (U.S. Public Interest Research Group).
Come to their information session tomorrow, Tuesday November 3 2009 5:00 to 6:00 P.M in Axinn 100.
U.S. PIRG is a federation of state-based, nonprofit, nonpartisan organizations that work for the public interest on issues ranging from our nation’s energy policy to the rising cost of higher education to the strength of our democracy. Clean energy can reduce our dependence on foreign oil and our role in global warming. Congress can increase grant aid and improve student loan programs. Paper trails can help make sure that every vote counts. Their professional staff focus on finding good ideas and pushing for real change, even when a powerful interest stands in the way. They’ve built a 30-year track record of overcoming these obstacles to achie ve real results, due in part to the fact that they hire dozens of smart, talented staff and give them plenty of responsibility from day one on the job.