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Natalie DeYoung, Marketing, Social Media, and Public Relations Manager
"We’re searching for our next Executive Director! In this full-time role, you will have the unique opportunity to ensure the world’s first tech resource platform designed for the thousands fleeing persecution due to their sexual orientation or gender identity reaches its full potential. We are looking for an experienced nonprofit professional who is passionate about LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights, and eager to take AsylumConnect to the next level. In this position, you will lead all aspects of nonprofit development, as well as directly manage our staff and volunteers. This is a rare opportunity to lead an up-and-coming tech nonprofit organization recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30, Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards, the Roddenberry Fellowship, and more for its potential to streamline the safe navigation of people fleeing persecution due to LGBTQ+ status.
We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. AsylumConnect is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ+ people, to join our team.
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. We will start conducting interviews during the week of January 18th. Please no emails or phone calls.
More information, including salary and how to apply, can be found here.
JOB DESCRIPTION – Office Manager, Program and Development Support
The Alzheimer’s Association is the voluntary health agency dedicated to eliminating Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders through the advancement of research and enhancing care and support services for all affected. Reporting to the Director, Westchester Walk to End Alzheimer’s, the Office Manager supports office operations at the Purchase office location and assists with projects in the areas of development, chapter programs, finance, and marketing.
The LGBT Network is an association of nonprofit organizations that serve the LGBT communities of Long Island and Queens including Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY), The Long Island LGBT Community Center (The Center), Services and Advocacy for LGBT Elders - Long Island (SAGE-LI), and the Queens LGBT Community Center (Q Center). All the Network organizations are proud to be Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers. People of color, women, trans and gender non-conforming people, and individuals of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
GRIOT Circle – an acronym for Gay Reunion in Our Time, and meaning storyteller and keeper of oral history in West African culture - was founded in 1996. The organization has been based in Brooklyn for the past 24 years and remains the only staffed 501 c 3 organization in the country that exclusively serves the needs of LGBTQ elders of color. GRIOT Circle provides programs and services at the intersections of older age, gender, and sexual orientation/identity, and unapologetically centers race, social justice, and equity in all its methodologies.
Our mission is to respond to and eliminate all forms of oppression, including: ageism, racism, sexism, misogyny, transphobia, homophobia, poverty, xenophobia, and their intersections. We achieve this by providing health, wellness, advocacy, and leadership activities to remove isolation and fear, build community, as well as honor racial and ethnic traditions.
They are hiring a Case Manager!
GRAND STREET SETTLEMENT- YOUTH SERVICES DEPT
TITLE: COMMUNITY EDUCATOR/ACTIVITY SPECIALIST
DEPARTMENT: Youth Services
LOCATION: Lower East Side, Manhattan
REPORTS TO: Adolescent Sexual Health Coordinator
DATES: September 2020 – June 30, 2021
SCHEDULE: M-F, 20 hrs/week, 2pm - 6pm (must be flexible to work hour changes)
This position is performance-based and it is also contingent on funding availability.
The Community Educator/Activity Specialist will work with our Project Speak Out Loud (PSOL) Program and
additional Adolescent Sexual Health programs to ensure seamless programming for the Peer Education
program. They will be responsible for creating programming to engage youth during drop-in hours and promote
recruitment and retention of participants.
AVP empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and supports survivors through counseling and advocacy.
AVP envisions a world in which all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected people are safe, respected, and live free from violence.
AVP is hiring for multiple positions.
About Rising Ground and STEPS to End Family Violence: Driven by the belief that each of us can
thrive when life has hope and opportunity, Rising Ground provides caring support and proven
paths to positive change, helping children, adults, and families rise above adversity and each
year Rising Ground is a positive force in the lives of more than 25,000 individuals. STEPS to End
Family Violence - Rising Ground’s anti-intimate partner violence program - offers a variety of
trauma-informed, anti-oppressive programming focused on the prevention of intimate partner
violence; advocacy and healing for survivors and children impacted by abusive partner behavior;
accountability classes for young men who have caused harm to their intimate partner; and
training intended to increase awareness of the epidemic of gender-based violence. Since the
program's founding in 1986, STEPS has been deliberately dedicated to engaging in work that is
innovative and deeply survivor-centered and works to promote the idea that support for
survivors of IPV that is not aligned with anti-oppressive, anti-racist, feminist/womanist principles
tends to unintentionally mimic systems of oppression, and is ultimately, re-traumatizing and
Three Job Postings Available:
How to Apply: All applications will be received via email. No phone calls or snail mail, please.
All applications must include (in PDF format) a current resume and thoughtful cover letter
including how you became aware of this opportunity. Please e-mail applications to Helianis
Quijada Salazar at email@example.com. In the subject line please put “Intake
Application deadline - 10/2/2020