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Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 17 hours ago(1/24/2022 4:58 PM)
Fairplay (fairplayforkids.org) is the leading watchdog of the children’s media and marketing industries and the only organization dedicated to ending child-targeted marketing. Our campaigns and FTC filings routinely make headlines around the world, and our advocacy has forced some of the world’s biggest corporations – including Google, Disney, Mattel, and Amazon – to change their marketing and data collection practices. In 2021, Fairplay launched Designed with Kids in Mind, a coalition effort to advocate for protections in the US similar to the UK’s Age Appropriate Design Code. Fairplay is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1970
Company
Fairplay
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 20 hours ago(1/24/2022 2:08 PM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.    AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   About the Training & Engagement Program   AWHWA is launching the Training & Engagement department in 2022 and is searching for a director who is as excited as we are to design and implement this trailblazing new statewide program. AWHWA is expanding its reach across Washington by giving more communities the opportunity to engage in the work of ending youth and young adult homelessness. Through its flagship program - the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI), AWHWA has developed a national model for preventing and ending YYA homelessness, including ending racial and LGBTQ+ disproportionality. Anchor Communities use real-time data, the power of local communities, and the expertise of young people with lived experience of homelessness to fundamentally change their systems and the way they work. If more communities adopt the ACI’s improvement centered and data driven model, we will move closer to meeting our goal of functionally ending YYA homelessness (functional zero) across Washington State. The Training & Engagement department will: - develop, plan and implement a statewide technical assistance program to make key learnings and tools from the ACI model accessible to communities across the state, including supporting the AWHWA Data & Evaluation Team to expand the use of quality, real-time By Name Lists and system level data - create and offer a selection of high quality racial and LGBTQ+ justice centered youth work trainings - manage and scale AWHWA’s best practice programs such as the Homelessness Prevention and Diversion Fund, including program management and ongoing training strategy, development of the program’s long-term vision, and coordination of expansion to new communities - build relationships with and meaningfully engage BIPOC and LGBTQ+ led and serving organizations in AWHWA programs and strategy AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1967
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 20 hours ago(1/24/2022 2:02 PM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.    AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsord organization of TSNE (tsne.org). 
Job ID
2022-1968
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 20 hours ago(1/24/2022 1:57 PM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here. It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness. AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities. About the Anchor Community Initiative   AWHWA launched the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI) in 2018 as a central pillar of our mission and activities. The ACI is currently supporting the first four communities in Washington state end unaccompanied youth and young adult homelessness by 2022, and is expanding to additional communities in 2022. For the ACI, success includes creating clear, believable proof points that demonstrate it is possible to solve this problem; learning what a sustainable system to end youth homelessness looks like; identifying what it takes to end disproportionality for LGBTQ+ youth and youth of color alongside ending homelessness for all young people; and generating progress and new action throughout Washington. Most importantly, young people struggling with homelessness will know our state values their wellbeing and is able to help them find safety and stability. The ultimate vision is that ACI will include 12-15 communities.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1966
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/21/2022 8:59 AM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team! A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.   AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   About the AWHWA Data & Evaluation Team   We are a diverse, action-oriented team, united in our passion for using humanistic data and technology to drive an end to youth and young adult (YYA) homelessness. We develop and implement data strategy for the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI), a central pillar of AWHWA’s mission and activities. The ACI will help the first four communities in Washington state end youth and young adult homelessness by 2022 and is currently expanding. The best part of a Data Team member’s day is usually providing hands-on data coaching to community partners or building a data tool to help communities reach their goals.   A significant ongoing body of work is supporting communities to reach and maintain quality, real-time data on the number of unaccompanied youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in their community. Data systems and analysis must be able to reflect the dynamic nature of YYA homelessness and be rooted in achieving equitable outcomes for young people of color and LGBTQ+ young people who experience homelessness at higher rates (disproportionality). To reach this end state, the Data Team also maintains a portfolio of ongoing data science projects that are specifically designed to drive system change, especially on racial disproportionality.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1961
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/21/2022 8:57 AM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.    AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   About the Anchor Community Initiative   AWHWA launched the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI) in 2018 as a central pillar of our mission and activities. The ACI is currently supporting the first four communities in Washington state to end unaccompanied youth and young adult homelessness by 2022, and is expanding to additional communities in 2022. For the ACI, success includes creating clear, believable proof points that demonstrate it is possible to solve this problem; learning what a sustainable system to end youth homelessness looks like; identifying what it takes to end disproportionality for LGBTQ+ youth and youth of color alongside ending homelessness for all young people; and generating progress and new action throughout Washington. Most importantly, young people struggling with homelessness will know our state values their wellbeing and is able to help them find safety and stability. The ultimate vision is that ACI will include 12-15 communities. We are currently funded for the first two cohorts of communities.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1955
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/21/2022 8:53 AM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.    AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   About the Anchor Community Initiative   AWHWA launched the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI) in 2018 as a central pillar of our mission and activities. The ACI is currently supporting the first four communities in Washington state to end unaccompanied youth and young adult homelessness by 2022, and is expanding to additional communities in 2022. For the ACI, success includes creating clear, believable proof points that demonstrate it is possible to solve this problem; learning what a sustainable system to end youth homelessness looks like; identifying what it takes to end disproportionality for LGBTQ+ youth and youth of color alongside ending homelessness for all young people; and generating progress and new action throughout Washington. Most importantly, young people struggling with homelessness will know our state values their wellbeing and is able to help them find safety and stability. The ultimate vision is that ACI will include 12-15 communities. We are currently funded for the first two cohorts of communities.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1956
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/21/2022 8:50 AM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.    AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   About the Anchor Community Initiative   AWHWA launched the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI) in 2018 as a central pillar of our mission and activities. The ACI is currently supporting the first four communities in Washington state to end unaccompanied youth and young adult homelessness by 2022, and is expanding to additional communities in 2022. For the ACI, success includes creating clear, believable proof points that demonstrate it is possible to solve this problem; learning what a sustainable system to end youth homelessness looks like; identifying what it takes to end disproportionality for LGBTQ+ youth and youth of color alongside ending homelessness for all young people; and generating progress and new action throughout Washington. Most importantly, young people struggling with homelessness will know our state values their wellbeing and is able to help them find safety and stability. The ultimate vision is that ACI will include 12-15 communities. We are currently funded for the first two cohorts of communities.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1958
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/21/2022 8:49 AM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.    AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   About the Anchor Community Initiative   AWHWA launched the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI) in 2018 as a central pillar of our mission and activities. The ACI is currently supporting the first four communities in Washington state to end unaccompanied youth and young adult homelessness by 2022, and is expanding to additional communities in 2022. For the ACI, success includes creating clear, believable proof points that demonstrate it is possible to solve this problem; learning what a sustainable system to end youth homelessness looks like; identifying what it takes to end disproportionality for LGBTQ+ youth and youth of color alongside ending homelessness for all young people; and generating progress and new action throughout Washington. Most importantly, young people struggling with homelessness will know our state values their wellbeing and is able to help them find safety and stability. The ultimate vision is that ACI will include 12-15 communities. We are currently funded for the first two cohorts of communities.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1957
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 4 days ago(1/21/2022 8:46 AM)
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!  A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) is a statewide movement to prevent and end – not just manage – youth and young adult homelessness. You can learn more about AWHWA here.   It is an exciting time with our organization growing significantly to lead and transform systems that both prevent and end homelessness for young people. You will know you are the right fit for AWHWA if you thrive in dynamic work environments and are goal driven, collaborative and unabashedly dedicated to our mission. You will also be an equity- and justice-driven person who seeks to end the injustice of the disproportionate amount of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness.    AWHWA deems lived experience of homelessness by young people to be a form of expertise and seeks this skill in our workforce. We also encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people with different levels of abilities.   About the Anchor Community Initiative   AWHWA launched the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI) in 2018 as a central pillar of our mission and activities. The ACI is currently supporting the first four communities in Washington state to end unaccompanied youth and young adult homelessness by 2022, and is expanding to additional communities in 2022. For the ACI, success includes creating clear, believable proof points that demonstrate it is possible to solve this problem; learning what a sustainable system to end youth homelessness looks like; identifying what it takes to end disproportionality for LGBTQ+ youth and youth of color alongside ending homelessness for all young people; and generating progress and new action throughout Washington. Most importantly, young people struggling with homelessness will know our state values their wellbeing and is able to help them find safety and stability. The ultimate vision is that ACI will include 12-15 communities. We are currently funded for the first two cohorts of communities.   AWHWA is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org). 
Job ID
2022-1959
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 5 days ago(1/20/2022 11:20 AM)
TSNE (tsne.org) is working to build to a more just, equitable society of belonging. We do this by providing capacity building services, consulting and training services, and operational support to hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. We are partners, neighbors, and friends working collaboratively in a broad lane that includes everything from building management services to finance and accounting to human resources. We live by our values as an organization, and are committed to identifying, including, and valuing the unique skills, perspectives and knowledge of each member of our team—and we’re looking for the right people to do this work with us!   About our Values: - Promoting Social Justice– We support social change and we are not afraid to hold ourselves accountable, insisting on always doing better and leading not just with words, but actions. - Increasing Diversity and Inclusivity – We are driven by equity and act with a sense of what’s just and right for the people and organizations with which we work. - Valuing Each Individual As a Whole Person – We treat all people with respect and dignity, honoring individual differences and promoting a healthy life/work balance. - Achieving Excellence in Service – We truly care about our clients, partners, and community, provide high quality service, and observe, listen, and pay thoughtful attention to the big and little things. - Stewarding Our Resources Wisely to Achieve Greatest Impact – We unassumingly and confidently convey our extensive knowledge and expertise gleaned through many years of learning and doing.
Job ID
2022-1960
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Great Barrington
Posted Date 6 days ago(1/19/2022 6:22 PM)
  Community Access to the Arts (CATA) seeks a full-time Program Director to lead dynamic performing arts programs for artists with disabilities and nurture partnerships with community-based organizations.   Organization Community Access to the Arts(CATA) is an innovative nonprofit that nurtures and celebrates the creativity of people with disabilities through the arts.   For 28 years, CATA has been a trailblazer in artistic inclusion. In powerful arts programs, children, teens, adults, and elders with disabilities explore new interests and express themselves creatively, developing personally and artistically through dance, theater, singing, drumming, juggling, painting, yoga, creative writing, and more. Their vibrant work is showcased in CATA’s public events– dynamic performances, readings, and art exhibits, presented in collaboration with premier cultural institutions in the Berkshires including The Clark Art Institute, Shakespeare & Company, and The Mount.   In recent years, CATA has dramatically expanded its programs, scope, and impact, cultivating robust partnerships with 50 community-based organizations, including disability agencies, residences, and schools to serve over 800 CATA artists through 1,500 annual arts workshops. Programs focus especially on people with developmental and intellectual disabilities, autism, and brain injuries–historically among the most underserved groups in the arts–and are taught by a professional faculty of talented teaching artists, all experts in their artistic fields.   In 2020, the organization harnessed its exceptional community support to complete a highly successful capital campaign and create a beautiful, fully accessible arts center with dedicated studios for the visual and performing arts.   CATA is an arts organization with a profound social mission: to create an inclusive community where people with disabilities are recognized for their talents. We believe the arts can be a force for inclusion, creativity can be embraced by all of us, and tiny moments of connection can lead to tidal transformations.   Located in Great Barrington MA, CATA has an annual budget of $1.6M. CATA is led by a dedicated team of 10 full-time staff with 25 part-time teaching faculty and an 18-member board of directors. CATA prizes its intentional organizational culture, which is characterized by collaboration, inclusivity, openness, mutual respect and a shared commitment to innovation, bold thinking, and excellence. CATA strives to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.   CATA has been recognized for its groundbreaking work through the Massachusetts Cultural Council Commonwealth Award, NEPR Arts & Humanities Award, Mass Nonprofit Network Excellence Award, 1Berkshire Trendsetter Award, and the Barr-Klarman Massachusetts Arts Initiative.   Opportunity The Program Director is a key member of a three-person arts leadership team that works collaboratively to advance a shared vision for a unique arts organization that is on the rise. Within this team, the Program Director holds primary responsibility for leading CATA's performing arts programs and for nurturing relationships with a group of community-based partners and agencies. Following the recent retirement of a long-time senior leader in programming and performing arts, coupled with vigorous growth in programs, CATA has restructured staff roles to develop a shared program leadership model. Two exceptional employees with deep expertise in the visual arts and in leading inclusive arts programs have been promoted as Program Directors. CATA now seeks to hire a third Program Director with deep expertise in the performing arts as the critical final piece of this arts leadership team. The three-person arts leadership team reports directly to the Executive Director and works closely with the ED to set program priorities and translate CATA’s mission into exciting, ongoing opportunities for artists with disabilities. The Program Director will bring to bear their deep expertise in the performing arts to shape and direct performances showcasing the talents of CATA artists, including our annual gala performance, while also nurturing CATA’s day-to-day work by building partnerships with community-based organizations through which we recruit and engage artists with disabilities. This is an exceptional opportunity for a performing artist-slash-administrator with expertise as a dancer, choreographer, actor, director, musician or in other fields of the performing arts to use their talents to create broad community impact. CATA is a strong organization that has a proven track record and significant recognition for its work. Staff members are experienced, highly dedicated self-starters who share a passion for CATA’s mission and genuinely enjoy working together. The organization is at an especially exciting stage in its growth, with a beautiful new building, robust community partnerships, and expanding programs. CATA successfully navigated the challenges of the pandemic financially and artistically, deepening its commitment to artists with disabilities by piloting new art forms, strengthening equity and inclusion initiatives, and developing innovative online programming including a virtual gala performance attended by over 2,000 supporters and community members.
Job ID
2021-1940
Company
Community Access to the Arts
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 7 days ago(1/18/2022 5:10 PM)
Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) was founded in 2010 to address the racial and economic injustices that low-wage immigrant workers face in New York City by building collective power to win institutional change. WJP, a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE (tsne.org), runs two long-standing worker’s centers in Brooklyn. We promote justice and opportunity for low-wage immigrant workers in New York City by pushing for systematic enforcement and expansion of workplace protections, which include labor and occupational health and safety standards while advocating for industry-specific efforts to improve working conditions. WJP also offers skills-building training to workers in health & safety and industry-specific areas, and we educate immigrant communities about their rights in the workplace and how to exercise those rights.
Job ID
2022-1951
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 7 days ago(1/18/2022 2:28 PM)
Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) was founded in 2010 to address the racial and economic injustices that low-wage immigrant workers face in New York City by building collective power to win institutional change. WJP, a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE (tsne.org), runs two long-standing worker’s centers in Brooklyn. We promote justice and opportunity for low-wage immigrant workers in New York City by pushing for systematic enforcement and expansion of workplace protections, which include labor and occupational health and safety standards while advocating for industry-specific efforts to improve working conditions. WJP also offers skills-building training to workers in health & safety and industry-specific areas, and we educate immigrant communities about their rights in the workplace and how to exercise those rights.
Job ID
2022-1952
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 7 days ago(1/18/2022 1:42 PM)
Future Chefs (futurechefs.net) prepares Boston high school students to leave high school ready for quality employment and post-secondary education. With a focus on positive youth development, Future Chefs provides culinary training and authentic, work-based learning to prepare teens with the hard skills they will need to succeed in the culinary industry, and most importantly the job readiness skills to succeed in any field. Future Chefs’ model is based on the belief that every student is unique and flourishes in respectful, safe, stimulating settings that provide opportunities for growth, and relationships with caring, supportive adults who honor students’ lived experiences. Future Chefs occupies 5,770 square feet of meeting, kitchen and office space on the first floor of The Clarion in Roxbury and is programming our space to build community-based collaborations that directly and indirectly support our mission. Future Chefs is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org). 
Job ID
2022-1954
Company
Future Chefs
Job Locations US-MA
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/13/2022 12:31 PM)
The Massachusetts Food System Collaborative(mafoodsystem.org) (MFSC) supports collective action toward an equitable, sustainable, resilient, and connected local food system in Massachusetts. The Collaborative was created following the completion of the Massachusetts Local Food Action Plan in December 2015.   Our relationships with organizations, public sector agencies and policymakers, and other food system stakeholders around the state inform the Collaborative’s priorities. We work toward policy change that will contribute to a more equitable, sustainable, and resilient food system by building broad support for advocacy campaigns and providing training and other resources to allow partners to participate effectively. We bring together players throughout the food system in an effort to demonstrate the breadth of the food system, and facilitate opportunities for stakeholders to work collaboratively.   Through these networks, we lead advocacy campaigns around items in the Plan that emphasize cross-sectoral collaboration; support equity, sustainability, and resilience in the food system; and have the potential for significant impact through coordinated grassroots efforts. These efforts work toward systemic solutions to targeted problems, increase communication among key stakeholders, and highlight and promote the sharing of best practices.   The Massachusetts Food System Collaborative is fiscally sponsored by TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2022-1950
Company
Massachusetts Food Systems Collaborative
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/13/2022 9:16 AM)
TSNE (tsne.org) is working to build to a more just, equitable society of belonging. We do this by providing capacity building services, consulting and training services, and operational support to hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. We are partners, neighbors, and friends working collaboratively in a broad lane that includes everything from building management services to finance and accounting to human resources. We live by our values as an organization, and are committed to identifying, including, and valuing the unique skills, perspectives and knowledge of each member of our team—and we’re looking for the right people to do this work with us!   About our Values: - Promoting Social Justice– We support social change and we are not afraid to hold ourselves accountable, insisting on always doing better and leading not just with words, but actions. - Increasing Diversity and Inclusivity – We are driven by equity and act with a sense of what’s just and right for the people and organizations with which we work. - Valuing Each Individual As a Whole Person – We treat all people with respect and dignity, honoring individual differences and promoting a healthy life/work balance. - Achieving Excellence in Service – We truly care about our clients, partners, and community, provide high quality service, and observe, listen, and pay thoughtful attention to the big and little things. - Stewarding Our Resources Wisely to Achieve Greatest Impact – We unassumingly and confidently convey our extensive knowledge and expertise gleaned through many years of learning and doing.
Job ID
2021-1905
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/12/2022 4:01 PM)
TSNE (tsne.org) is working to build to a more just, equitable society of belonging. We do this by providing capacity building services, consulting and training services, and operational support to hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. We are partners, neighbors, and friends working collaboratively in a broad lane that includes everything from building management services to finance and accounting to human resources. We live by our values as an organization, and are committed to identifying, including, and valuing the unique skills, perspectives and knowledge of each member of our team—and we’re looking for the right people to do this work with us!   About our Values: - Promoting Social Justice– We support social change and we are not afraid to hold ourselves accountable, insisting on always doing better and leading not just with words, but actions. - Increasing Diversity and Inclusivity – We are driven by equity and act with a sense of what’s just and right for the people and organizations with which we work. - Valuing Each Individual As a Whole Person – We treat all people with respect and dignity, honoring individual differences and promoting a healthy life/work balance. - Achieving Excellence in Service – We truly care about our clients, partners, and community, provide high quality service, and observe, listen, and pay thoughtful attention to the big and little things. - Stewarding Our Resources Wisely to Achieve Greatest Impact – We unassumingly and confidently convey our extensive knowledge and expertise gleaned through many years of learning and doing.
Job ID
2021-1910
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/12/2022 3:43 PM)
TSNE (tsne.org) is working to build to a more just, equitable society of belonging. We do this by providing capacity building services, consulting and training services, and operational support to hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. We are partners, neighbors, and friends working collaboratively in a broad lane that includes everything from building management services to finance and accounting to human resources. We live by our values as an organization, and are committed to identifying, including, and valuing the unique skills, perspectives and knowledge of each member of our team—and we’re looking for the right people to do this work with us!   About our Values: - Promoting Social Justice– We support social change and we are not afraid to hold ourselves accountable, insisting on always doing better and leading not just with words, but actions. - Increasing Diversity and Inclusivity – We are driven by equity and act with a sense of what’s just and right for the people and organizations with which we work. - Valuing Each Individual As a Whole Person – We treat all people with respect and dignity, honoring individual differences and promoting a healthy life/work balance. - Achieving Excellence in Service – We truly care about our clients, partners, and community, provide high quality service, and observe, listen, and pay thoughtful attention to the big and little things. - Stewarding Our Resources Wisely to Achieve Greatest Impact – We unassumingly and confidently convey our extensive knowledge and expertise gleaned through many years of learning and doing.
Job ID
2021-1937
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/6/2022 1:31 PM)
Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) was founded in 2010 to address the racial and economic injustices that low-wage immigrant workers face in New York City by building collective power to win institutional change. WJP, a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org), runs two long-standing worker’s centers in Brooklyn. We promote justice and opportunity for low-wage immigrant workers in New York City by pushing for systematic enforcement and expansion of workplace protections, which include labor and occupational health and safety standards while advocating for industry-specific efforts to improve working conditions. WJP also offers skills-building training to workers in health & safety and industry-specific areas, and we educate immigrant communities about their rights in the workplace and how to exercise those rights.
Job ID
2022-1949
Company
Worker's Justice Project