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Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/25/2024 3:59 PM)
Future Chefs (futurechefs.net) prepares Boston high school students to complete high school ready for quality employment and post-secondary education. With a focus on positive youth development, Future Chefs provides paid, project-based learning in a kitchen setting to prepare teens with the basic cooking skills needed to enter the culinary industry and most importantly the job readiness and essential skills to thrive and advance. Future Chefs believes that every young person 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. Our youth-centered programming is enhanced by community-based collaborations that directly and indirectly support our mission. Future Chefs is a fiscally sponsored organization of Third Sector New England (tsne.org).  
Job ID
2024-2372
Company
Future Chefs
Job Locations US-MA-Amherst
Posted Date 2 months ago(1/5/2024 11:54 AM)
Organizational Overview Collective Power for Reproductive Justice (https://collectivepowerrj.org/) is a national reproductive rights and justice organization dedicated to educating, mentoring, and inspiring new generations of advocates, leaders, and supporters. Combining activism, organizing, leadership training, and reproductive rights movement building, Collective Power promotes an inclusive agenda that advances reproductive rights and health,and social and economic justice.   Collective Power is a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE.
Job ID
2024-2366
Company
Collective Power for Reproductive Justice
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 2 months ago(1/3/2024 1:27 PM)
The Network for Public Health Law (networkforphl.org) with the support of its fiscal sponsor, TSNE (tsne.org), is a national organization providing leadership, legal technical assistance and educational resources to help public health practitioners, attorneys, policy makers, researchers, advocates, and communities develop, implement, and enforce laws to solve public health challenges.
Job ID
2023-2364
Company
Network for Public Health Law (Remote)
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/20/2023 1:31 PM)
The Network for Public Health Law (networkforphl.org), with the support of its fiscal sponsor, TSNE (tsne.org), is a national organization providing leadership, legal technical assistance and educational resources to help public health practitioners, attorneys, policy makers, researchers, advocates, and communities develop, implement, and enforce laws to solve public health challenges.
Job ID
2023-2365
Company
Network for Public Health Law (Remote)
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/20/2023 9:59 AM)
The Basics (thebasics.org) mission is to pursue both equity and excellence, by building community capacity to engage and support parents and other caregivers of young children in their roles as the most important influences in their children's lives. The Basics is a community-level public health strategy, working within and across organizations to embed The Basics Principles–five evidence-based practices for promoting early childhood development–into routine family engagement efforts.   The Basics Boston is a member of a national Basics Learning Network of communities, led by The Basics, Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Boston, where the movement began. The Basics is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org). 
Job ID
2023-2359
Company
The Basics, Inc.
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 3 months ago(12/14/2023 3:32 PM)
Over 13,000 unaccompanied young people are surviving homelessness on their own in Washington state at disproportionately higher rates for Black, Indigenous, and other youth of color and young people identifying as LGBTQ+. Lack of housing stability, supportive connections and necessary services significantly impacts a young person’s transition to adulthood leaving their economic, social, civil, and political rights unrealized. But what can be done? Is it possible to not just prevent but ultimately end youth and young adult homelessness in Washington?    A Way Home Washington answers that question with an unequivocal “yes.”    Who We Are    A Way Home Washington (AWHWA) (awayhomewa.org) is a statewide movement to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness prioritizing the existing disproportionality of homelessness rates among young people of color and LGBTQ+ youth. We partner with communities, agencies, young people, and leaders across Washington state to realign local and state youth serving systems to meet the needs of young people in ways that matter most to them and result in safe and stable housing. By engaging on a local level and creating a statewide network, we connect communities and provide opportunities to discuss common barriers and solutions for ending youth and young adult homelessness.   Throughout our history, we have focused on integrating evidence-based practices and applying Continuous Quality Improvement to test, learn from, and develop further innovative solutions. Ending youth homelessness won’t be achieved by maintaining the status quo; we think outside the box resulting in cutting-edge initiatives. We know that young people believe “nothing about us without us” and as a result, we have a duty to ensure that youth and young adults hold key roles in shaping and influencing effective systems change that leads to ending homelessness. A Way Home Washington is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).  
Job ID
2023-2358
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 3 months ago(12/7/2023 3:21 PM)
A Way Home America (AWHA) (awayhomeamerica.org) is a national organization ending homelessness for Black, Indigenous, youth of color, and LGBTQ+ youth, on a path to ending it for all. Our work is driven by the following values.  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
2023-2357
Company
A Way Home America
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/26/2023 10:55 AM)
Over 13,000 unaccompanied young people are surviving homelessness on their own in Washington state at disproportionately higher rates for Black, Indigenous, and other youth of color and young people identifying as LGBTQ+. Lack of housing stability, supportive connections and necessary services significantly impacts a young person’s transition to adulthood leaving their economic, social, civil, and political rights unrealized. But what can be done? Is it possible to not just prevent but ultimately end youth and young adult homelessness in Washington?   A Way Home Washington answers that question with an unequivocal “yes.”   Who We Are   A Way Home Washington (“AWHWA”) is a statewide movement to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness prioritizing the existing disproportionality of homelessness rates among young people of color and LGBTQ+ youth. We partner with communities, agencies, young people, and leaders across Washington state to realign local and state youth serving systems to meet the needs of young people in ways that matter most to them and result in safe and stable housing. By engaging on a local level and creating a statewide network, we connect communities and provide opportunities to discuss common barriers and solutions for ending youth and young adult homelessness. Throughout our history, we have focused on integrating evidence-based practices and applying Continuous Quality Improvement to test, learn from, and develop further innovative solutions. Ending youth homelessness won’t be achieved by maintaining the status quo; we think outside the box resulting in cutting-edge initiatives. We know that young people believe “nothing about us without us” and as a result, we have a duty to ensure that youth and young adults hold key roles in shaping and influencing effective systems change that leads to ending homelessness.   A Way Home Washington is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2023-2334
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/26/2023 10:50 AM)
Over 13,000 unaccompanied young people are surviving homelessness on their own in Washington State at disproportionately higher rates for Black, Indigenous, and other youth of color and young people identifying as LGBTQ+. Lack of housing stability, supportive connections and necessary services significantly impacts a young person’s transition to adulthood leaving their economic, social, civil, and political rights unrealized. But what can be done? Is it possible to not just prevent but ultimately end youth and young adult homelessness in Washington?   A Way Home Washington answers that question with an unequivocal “yes.”   Who We Are   A Way Home Washington (“AWHWA”) is a statewide movement to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness prioritizing the existing disproportionality of homelessness rates among young people of color and LGBTQ+ youth. We partner with communities, agencies, and leaders across Washington State to connect youth with stable housing and employment, education, and health services. By engaging on a local level and creating a statewide network, we connect communities and provide opportunities to discuss common barriers and solutions for ending youth and young adult homelessness.   Throughout our history, we have focused on integrating evidence-based practices and applying Continuous Quality Improvement to test, learn from, and develop further innovative solutions. Ending youth homelessness won’t be achieved by maintaining the status quo; we think outside the box resulting in cutting-edge initiatives. We know that young people believe “nothing about us without us” and as a result, we have a duty to ensure that youth and young adults hold key roles in shaping and influencing effective systems change that leads to ending homelessness.   A Way Home Washington is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).  
Job ID
2023-2333
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/26/2023 10:45 AM)
Over 13,000 unaccompanied young people are surviving homelessness on their own in Washington state at disproportionately higher rates for Black, Indigenous, and other youth of color and young people identifying as LGBTQ+. Lack of housing stability, supportive connections and necessary services significantly impacts a young person’s transition to adulthood leaving their economic, social, civil, and political rights unrealized. But what can be done? Is it possible to not just prevent but ultimately end youth and young adult homelessness in Washington?   A Way Home Washington answers that question with an unequivocal “yes.”   Who We Are   A Way Home Washington (“AWHWA”) is a statewide movement to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness prioritizing the existing disproportionality of homelessness rates among young people of color and LGBTQ+ youth. We partner with communities, agencies, young people, and leaders across Washington state to realign local and state youth serving systems to meet the needs of young people in ways that matter most to them and result in safe and stable housing. By engaging on a local level and creating a statewide network, we connect communities and provide opportunities to discuss common barriers and solutions for ending youth and young adult homelessness.   The heartbeat of our mission is the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI). The ACI is an innovative, data-driven, and equity-focused campaign to house youth and young adults who are experiencing unaccompanied homelessness. With local leaders on the ground, AWHWA brings all parts of each community to the table and supports their efforts to functionally end and prevent homelessness. The ACI serves as proof of concept, using data to inform strategies, performance, and modifications to the ACI approach.   Throughout our history, we have focused on integrating evidence-based practices and applying Continuous Quality Improvement to test, learn from, and develop further innovative solutions. Ending youth homelessness won’t be achieved by maintaining the status quo; we think outside the box resulting in cutting-edge initiatives. We know that young people believe “nothing about us without us” and as a result, we have a duty to ensure that youth and young adults hold key roles in shaping and influencing effective systems change that leads to ending homelessness.   A Way Home Washington is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).  
Job ID
2023-2335
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/26/2023 10:42 AM)
Over 13,000 unaccompanied young people are surviving homelessness on their own in Washington state at disproportionately higher rates for Black, Indigenous, and other youth of color and young people identifying as LGBTQ+. Lack of housing stability, supportive connections and necessary services significantly impacts a young person’s transition to adulthood leaving their economic, social, civil, and political rights unrealized. But what can be done? Is it possible to not just prevent but ultimately end youth and young adult homelessness in Washington?   A Way Home Washington answers that question with an unequivocal “yes.”   Who We Are   A Way Home Washington (“AWHWA”) is a statewide movement to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness prioritizing the existing disproportionality of homelessness rates among young people of color and LGBTQ+ youth. We partner with communities, agencies, young people, and leaders across Washington state to realign local and state youth serving systems to meet the needs of young people in ways that matter most to them and result in safe and stable housing. By engaging on a local level and creating a statewide network, we connect communities and provide opportunities to discuss common barriers and solutions for ending youth and young adult homelessness.   The heartbeat of our mission is the Anchor Community Initiative (ACI). The ACI is an innovative, data-driven, and equity-focused campaign to house youth and young adults who are experiencing unaccompanied homelessness. With local leaders on the ground, AWHWA brings all parts of each community to the table and supports their efforts to functionally end and prevent homelessness.  The ACI serves as proof of concept, using data to inform strategies, performance, and modifications to the ACI approach.   Throughout our history, we have focused on integrating evidence-based practices and applying Continuous Quality Improvement to test, learn from, and develop further innovative solutions. Ending youth homelessness won’t be achieved by maintaining the status quo; we think outside the box resulting in cutting-edge initiatives. We know that young people believe “nothing about us without us” and as a result, we have a duty to ensure that youth and young adults hold key roles in shaping and influencing effective systems change that leads to ending homelessness.   A Way Home Washington is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).  
Job ID
2023-2332
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 6 months ago(9/6/2023 2:31 PM)
The Basics (thebasics.org)mission is to pursue both equity and excellence, by building community capacity to engage and support parents and other caregivers of young children in their roles as the most important influences in their children's lives. The Basics is a community-level public health strategy, working within and across organizations to embed The Basics Principles–five evidence-based practices for promoting early childhood development–into routine family engagement efforts.   The Basics Boston is a member of a national Basics Learning Network of communities, led by The Basics, Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Boston, where the movement began. The Basics is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2023-2326
Company
The Basics, Inc.
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 6 months ago(8/29/2023 10:38 AM)
At the Network for Public Health Law (networkforphl.org), with the support of its fiscal sponsor, TSNE (tsne.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.
Job ID
2023-2318
Company
Network for Public Health Law (Remote)
Job Locations US-CT-New Haven
Posted Date 8 months ago(7/6/2023 10:35 AM)
The School and State Finance Project (schoolstatefinance.org) is a nonpartisan nonprofit policy organization that works collaboratively with policymakers, communities, and other key stakeholders to develop data-driven solutions that ensure all public school students receive equitable education funding that supports their learning needs. We are an independent and trustworthy source of high-quality research and accessible analysis, and serve as a bridge between those who demand equity for all students and the elected leaders who are charged with making policy.   Our Mission: To eliminate racial and economic disparities in Connecticut education funding.   Our Vision: All Connecticut students have equitable funding, access, and opportunities — no matter their race, socio-economic status, learning needs, or zip code.   Since our founding in 2015, we have secured additional need-based funding for over 400,000 Connecticut students, directly engaged nearly 15,000 community members, and led the effort to implement a comprehensive, student-centered funding formula.   Our work includes conducting front-line community engagement work with families, students, and schools; building public knowledge about how Connecticut funds K-12 education; and increasing transparency around education funding and district spending by providing greater public access to timely, accurate, and easy-to-understand data and information.   The School and State Finance Project is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).     Community Engagement Team Overview The Community Engagement Team for the School and State Finance Project is active in approximately 60 communities across Connecticut. We simultaneously build knowledge and equip people to add their voice in the civic process. We work across both grassroots and grasstops, and are rooted in longitudinal relationship building. We strive to approach our work through a trauma-informed lens, ensuring that we meet people where they are, and respect the challenges and struggles they face every day.    
Job ID
2023-2304
Company
School and State Finance Project
Job Locations US-MA-Springfield
Posted Date 10 months ago(5/5/2023 2:51 PM)
Gardening the Community (gardeningthe.org)is a BIPOC-led urban agriculture organization engaged in youth development and advancing racial justice to build healthy and equitable communities. We work with youth to grow food on reclaimed abandoned lots in the Mason Square community of Springfield. We partner with the Springfield Food Policy Council on advocacy campaigns for increased access to healthy food and greater food security for historically marginalized residents. The impact of our work is far beyond growing vegetables. GTC contributes to the local and statewide food and racial justice movements that seek to change the root causes of the poor health and unjust food systems facing communities (especially low-income communities and communities of color) across the State. We are creating locally controlled food resources that support our young people, build community and offer sustainable alternatives to Springfield families.   GTC is a fiscally-sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2023-2263
Company
Gardening The Community
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 11 months ago(4/10/2023 9:17 AM)
The Basics’ vision is a Boston where infants, toddlers, and preschoolers of all racial/ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds are on track to achieve their full potential.  The Basics is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org). In partnership with local allies, we use a community-level public health approach—a multi-pronged movement—to help families embed science-based early caregiving practices into everyday interactions with young children.   The Basics Boston(thebasicsboston.org) is a member of the multi-city Basics Learning Network (BLN), led by The Basics, Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Boston, where the movement began.
Job ID
2023-2252
Company
The Basics, Inc.
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 11 months ago(3/27/2023 10:59 AM)
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 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 (tsne.org).  
Job ID
2023-2241
Company
Future Chefs
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 1 year ago(1/30/2023 10:10 AM)
The science of Positive and Adverse Childhood Experiences (PACEs) (pacesconnection.com)shows that childhood adversity is the root cause of the most prevalent and costly childhood/adult diseases, as well as most social, economic and mental health issues.   PACEs Connection, the leading advocate for the rapidly expanding, global PACEs movement, launched its healing-centered social network in 2012. The growing non-profit has nearly 58,000 members in 450+ communities in the U.S. and around the world.   PACEs Connection brings together resources to integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices in identifying and healing the impact of childhood adversity in families (abuse, bullying, addiction to alcohol or other drugs), communities (witnessing violence, racism, historical trauma) and the environment (pandemics, hurricanes, wildfires). It supports individuals, organizations, communities and systems to solve our country’s most intractable problems.   Members integrate trauma-informed, healing-centered practices and policies in all sectors, including schools, health clinics, rehabilitation facilities, law enforcement agencies, businesses and houses of worship.   PACEs Connection is a fiscally-sponsored organization ofTSNE (www.tsne.org).
Job ID
2023-2201
Company
PACEs Connection Network
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 1 year ago(12/22/2022 3:59 PM)
The Public Finance Initiative (PFI) (publicfinanceinitiative.com), a fiscally sponsored organization 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 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. PFI is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org). 
Job ID
2022-2172
Company
The Public Finance Initiative
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 1 year ago(12/22/2022 3:52 PM)
The Public Finance Initiative (PFI) (publicfinanceinitiative.com), 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. PFI is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE.
Job ID
2022-2174
Company
The Public Finance Initiative