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Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/6/2022 1:29 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
2022-1948
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/6/2022 1:28 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 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
2022-1947
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/6/2022 1:26 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
2022-1946
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/6/2022 1:24 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
2022-1945
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/6/2022 1:22 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
2022-1944
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/6/2022 1:20 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
2022-1943
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/5/2022 4:43 PM)
The Early Educator Investment Collaborative (The Collaborative) is a group of national Early Childhood Education (ECE) focused funders who envision a country in which opportunity and achievement gaps no longer exist so that all students, especially children from families with low incomes and children of color, make significant and sustained gains in cognitive, social, and emotional development. One way to manifest this vision is by ensuring that every young child has access to high-quality ECE programs led by well-prepared and appropriately compensated teachers. The Collaborative hopes to drive toward this vision by addressing the inadequacies of current ECE systems, with a focus on breaking down the barriers and addressing gaps in workforce preparation and compensation/financing systems. For more information about the Collaborative, please explore our website at earlyedcollaborative.org. The Early Educator Investment Collaborative is a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE (tsne.org) and the person hired into this role would be a TSNE employee.
Job ID
2022-1942
Company
Early Educator Investment Collaborative
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/16/2021 5:12 PM)
Care should systematically account for people’s legal rights, risks and remedies; and empower care teams as strengths-based, role-aligned partners in problem-solving. MLPB (mlpb.health) equips communities of care with legal education and problem-solving insight that fosters prevention, health equity and human-centered system change. Through training, education and technical assistance, we help teams and organizations more effectively connect people to the resources and legal protections they seek. This work is embodied in MLPB’s team-facing legal partnering framework and in our Unlocking Access capacity-building suite. MLPB is a fiscally sponsored program of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1936
Company
MLPB
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/15/2021 5:37 PM)
The Public Finance Initiative (PFI), a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE, works with communities and their stakeholders to develop research, education, and technical assistance programs that center the values of equity, sustainability, and inclusive growth in the domain of public finance.   TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (www.tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of TSNE’s work is to create a more just and democratic society.
Job ID
2021-1927
Company
The Public Finance Initiative
Job Locations US-MA-Springfield
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/2/2021 2:27 PM)
Founded in 2002, in Springfield, MA, Gardening the Community (gardeningthecommunity.org) (GTC), a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE (tsne.org), is a food justice organization engaged in youth development, urban agriculture and sustainable living to build healthy and equitable communities.  GTC works with youth to grow food on vacant lots and organizes to expand healthy, affordable food access in the Mason Square neighborhoods of Springfield. GTC’s vision includes building a vibrant, healthy food system with just and equal access to it – one that recognizes and addresses inequity - so racism no longer determines the health or well-being of a neighborhood or community. 
Job ID
2021-1919
Company
Gardening The Community
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(11/29/2021 10:22 AM)
The Public Finance Initiative (PFI), a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE, works with communities and their stakeholders to develop research, education, and technical assistance programs that center the values of equity, sustainability, and inclusive growth in the domain of public finance.   TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of TSNE’s work is to create a more just and democratic society.
Job ID
2021-1921
Company
The Public Finance Initiative
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(11/24/2021 11:33 AM)
Care should systematically account for people’s legal rights, risks and remedies; and empower care teams as strengths-based, role-aligned partners in problem-solving. MLPB (mlpb.health) equips communities of care with legal education and problem-solving insight that fosters prevention, health equity and human-centered system change. Through training, education and technical assistance, we help teams and organizations more effectively connect people to the resources and legal protections they seek. This work is embodied in MLPB’s team-facing legal partnering framework and in our Unlocking Access capacity-building suite. MLPB is a fiscally sponsored program of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1924
Company
MLPB
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(11/23/2021 10:37 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
2021-1920
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MI-Ann Arbor
Posted Date 2 months ago(11/15/2021 5:20 PM)
At the Network for Public Health Law (The Network) (networkforphl.org) we believe in the power of public health law and policy to improve lives and make our communities safer, healthier, stronger and more equitable. We know that understanding, navigating, and using law and policy can transform our communities so we work to help public health leaders, policymakers, researchers, educators, advocates, and health care providers do just that.   The Network for Public Health Law is a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE (tsne.org). 
Job ID
2021-1915
Company
Network for Public Health Law (Ann Arbor)
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(11/10/2021 6:07 PM)
The Basics Boston, a project of The Basics Inc. (thebasics.org) was created to change the way the city supports early childhood parenting and caregiving. We mobilize existing social and organizational networks to embed The Basics Principles – five simple, evidence-based parenting practices – into routine interactions that parents and caregivers have with their infants and toddlers. This helps ensure that all children are equipped with a solid developmental foundation and are ready to learn when they enter kindergarten.   The Basics Boston is the local chapter of the Basics Learning Network. Both are staffed by The Basics, Inc., which is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).  
Job ID
2021-1913
Company
The Basics, Inc.
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/25/2021 4:18 PM)
Future Chefs 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 5770 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 (www.tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1904
Company
Future Chefs
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/12/2021 10:02 AM)
A Way Home America (AWHA) is a national initiative to build the movement to prevent and end homelessness among young people. We are homeless youth providers, advocates, researchers, government agencies, philanthropists and young people uniting behind a common goal: Prevent and end homelessness among all youth and young adults. Ensure that homelessness among youth and young adults is rare, and if it occurs, experiences of homelessness are brief and one-time.    A Way Home America is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org)  
Job ID
2021-1898
Company
A Way Home America
Job Locations US-CT-Hartford
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/12/2021 9:59 AM)
The Greater Hartford Arts Council seeks a collaborative and creative Chief Executive Officer committed to serving the community to address the needs and goals of artists and arts organizations across the region.   Organization   The Greater Hartford Arts Council (Arts Council) exists to be a catalyst for the arts and promotes an equitable arts ecosystem. The Arts Council’s vision is that the Greater Hartford region will be a thriving multi-cultural destination anchored by a diverse and innovative arts sector.   For 50 years the Arts Council has supported the vibrant arts and cultural community of Connecticut’s Capital Region (34 towns, population of one million) through a range of grant programs and services designed to utilize the power of the arts to improve the lives of all people, celebrate the unique cultural diversity of the region, provide critical educational opportunities for our young people, and create an exciting place to live, work and visit.   At this inflection point in the organization, sector and community’s collective history, the Arts Council is poised to be the leading organization to convene artists, arts leaders and organizations to facilitate their important work in the region. In addition, the organization is a resource for individuals and corporations looking to make impactful investments in the arts in our communities.    In preparation for the introduction of a new leader, the Arts Council recently engaged in a strategic planning and visioning process to assess the current state of the organization, explore questions regarding the revenue and service models within the organization, and co-create a plan for the organization’s future strategy. Key strengths of the Arts Council that emerged from this work include:   - Access: The Arts Council provides access to arts and artists through a variety of programs and events - Support: Critical support to arts organizations is made available through funding and other services - Promotion: The organization actively promotes programs, events and exhibits, and helps raise audience and visibility - Advocacy: The Arts Council champions the arts, artists and arts organizations in the region   Located in Hartford, CT with an annual operating budget of approximately $2.5M, the Arts Council is led by a dedicated and talented team of seven and is governed by a 21-member board comprised of corporate, nonprofit and community leaders committed to promoting the arts.
Job ID
2021-1899
Company
Greater Hartford Arts Council
Job Locations US-MA-Dorchester
Posted Date 4 months ago(9/15/2021 4:45 PM)
  Family Nurturing Center of MA (FNC) is seeking a passionate, mission-driven Executive Director to raise the organization’s visibility, develop its vision, deepen its impact, and shepherd the organization through its next phase of growth.   ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Family Nurturing Center was founded in 1994 by Sharon Shay Workman, PhD with the goals of reducing child maltreatment and abuse and promoting healthy families and communities.   Since that time, FNC has grown and evolved to become a highly-regarded community-based family service provider and a nationally recognized training center.    FNC provides training, mentoring, and program development consultation services to more than 1,000 professionals throughout Massachusetts each year.  As part of the National Nurturing Network coordinated by Family Development Resources, Inc., FNC has played key leadership roles in nationally funded projects that promote healthy families. FNC has led both government and privately funded local initiatives involving direct services that have served as pilot programs replicated elsewhere.   Family Nurturing Center offers free nurturing and family engagement programs for families in low-income Boston neighborhoods that help parents and caregivers improve their parenting skills and enhance the cognitive and social development of their children.  FNC has staff capacity to offer resources in English, Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and Portuguese.  FNC also fosters parent leaders and offers paid parent leadership opportunities.  FNC’s training and programming have benefited from long term consistent support from state agencies including the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care and the Department of Children and Families, and many foundations.  These programs help to strengthen families, build community and family networks, and provide children with the nurturing and engaging environments necessary to ensure school readiness, resilience, and long-term success.  Each year FNC partners with over 1,500 families. FNC also works with other nonprofits to build their capacity and opportunities to offer these programs and services across all of Boston’s most underserved neighborhoods.   In 2020, FNC opened a beautiful, new facility in the Bowdoin-Geneva neighborhood of Dorchester, a 12,800 square foot Family and Training Center that offers an expanded community presence, allows FNC to engage more families, and creates opportunities for new partnerships and collaborations within the community.  The building is a draw for families and the hub for FNC’s work locally and throughout the Commonwealth.  The new facility includes a dedicated indoor Play Space; meeting spaces for program participants, trainings, and community gatherings; an open concept office space to encourage program collaboration and integrated service delivery; a full kitchen to support group-based programs and events; and full handicap accessibility on all floors.     The mission of FNC, to work with others to build nurturing communities where children are cherished, families are supported, and healthy human development is promoted by all, is embodied by FNC’s long-tenured, committed staff and engaged, supportive board. FNC’s 24 staff members, of whom three report to the Executive Director, enjoy a collaborative and nurturing organizational culture.  FNC is led by a cross-sector 16-member board of directors and is a financially stable organization with an annual operating budget of approximately $3.7m.   THE OPPORTUNITY Family Nurturing Center saw significant growth under the 16-year tenure of Executive Director Matt LiPuma.  With Mr. LiPuma’s retirement in January, 2022, the next Executive Director of Family Nurturing Center will join a well-established and reputable organization with highly-effective programs, solid community partnerships, and staff who are committed to the mission and culture of the organization.  The next Executive Director of Family Nurturing Center will have the opportunity to capitalize on these strengths to increase FNC’s impact in the future.   Key strategic priorities for the Executive Director include: Broaden Visibility Through strategic efforts in marketing, public relations, and relationship development, the Executive Director has an opportunity to elevate the organization’s reputation and visibility as a service provider and field leader in the local community, across the state, and beyond.   Lead Innovative Strategic Growth FNC's staff and population reach have grown exponentially over the past ten years.  The new Executive Director will lead the diversification and growth of the revenue portfolio and donor stewardship by establishing relationships with individual donors, foundation and corporate funders and community leaders, and identifying and recruiting new fiscal partners.   Expand Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion FNC believes that justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) are essential to accomplishing its mission and maximizing its impact. The Executive Director will bring vision and leadership to effectively promote and integrate best practices for furthering JEDI across the work of the organization.  Specifically, there are opportunities to offer programs in additional languages; provide services for LGBTQIA+ families; and expand even further the diversity of staff, leadership, and decision-making practices.   Define Organizational Vision FNC did an exceptional job meeting COVID challenges with speed and creativity.  The organization adeptly adopted remote operations and expanded programs, family supports and the number of families served.  The next Executive Director has the opportunity to review these successes and strategically advance the programmatic direction and organizational infrastructure needed in a post-COVID environment.   Program Effectiveness As the leader of a service organization, the next Executive Director will partner with the Director of Programs and Program Managers and oversee the strength, effectiveness and evaluation of programs. 
Job ID
2021-1890
Company
Family Nurturing Center of Massachusetts, Inc.