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Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/6/2021 1:49 PM)
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 our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1820
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MN-Edina
Posted Date 3 days ago(5/5/2021 10:17 AM)
The Network for Public Health Law (Network) (networkforphl.org) works to improve America’s health by helping those who grapple with the legal complexities of emergency preparedness, environmental health, health care reform, the use of health data and the many other pressing challenges of modern public health. The Network strives to build the field of public health law, strengthen the role of law in public health practice, and foster connections among officials, practitioners, attorneys, researchers, advocates and others committed to improving health.   The Network for Public Health Law is fiscally sponosred by TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1818
Company
Network for Public Health Law
Job Locations US-CT-New Haven
Posted Date 3 days ago(5/4/2021 4:09 PM)
Founded in 2015, the School and State Finance Project (schoolstatefinance.org) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit policy organization, focused on education funding and state finance issues, with a commitment to providing independent analysis, building public knowledge, improving transparency, and developing fair, sustainable solutions.   The goals of the School and State Finance Project are to: - Serve as an independent and trustworthy source of high-quality research and analysis about Connecticut’s education finance policies and state budget. - Improve transparency around Connecticut’s education and state finances by providing access to timely, accurate, and easy-to-understand data and information. - Build public knowledge about Connecticut’s finances, budget, and economy, and elevate conversations about how to strengthen the state’s fiscal health. - Increase awareness about Connecticut’s education finance system and the need for an equitable, unified funding formula that treats all students fairly and strengthens schools and communities. - Develop thoughtful, data-driven solutions that address Connecticut’s education funding and state finance challenges by working collaboratively with state and local policymakers, community groups and leaders, and other key stakeholders. - Provide technical assistance to partner organizations seeking to solve education finance-related challenges. Although not a member-based organization, the School and State Finance Project actively works with a diverse group of stakeholders and communities across Connecticut.   The School and State Finance Project aims to serve as a trusted resource for state and local policymakers, school district officials, community leaders, and all people looking for transparent, accessible, and approachable information about education funding and state finance. The School and State Finance Project also aims to provide strategic, analytical, and operational support in collaboration with public sector and public interest organizations to advance organizational missions and improve the delivery of public services.   The School and State Finance Project is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org). 
Job ID
2021-1816
Company
School and State Finance Project
Job Locations US-MA-Springfield
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/21/2021 11:50 AM)
Founded in 2002, in Springfield, MA, Gardening the Community (GTC) (gardeningthecommunity.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.      GTC is a fiscally-sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1806
Company
Gardening The Community
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/20/2021 10:36 AM)
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 our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1811
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-WA
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/20/2021 10:25 AM)
A Way Home Washington (AWHWA), a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE MissionWorks, is mission-driven to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness across Washington state. In the state of Washington, 13,000 unaccompanied youth and young adults experience homelessness, and young people of color and LGBTQ+ young people disproportionately experience homelessness. AWHWA partners with the state Office of Homeless Youth, philanthropic foundations, advocates, and service providers who support these young people. AWHWA leads and coordinates these stakeholders as we work collectively to build a statewide system so that local communities can respond to youth and young adult homelessness in their areas. In our work, we are committed to racial and LGBTQ+ equity, positive youth development, trauma-informed practices and a data-driven culture.   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 will help the first four communities in Washington state end youth and young adult homelessness by 2022. Success will include creating clear, believable proof points that demonstrate it is possible to solve youth and young adult homelessness; learning what a sustainable system to end youth homelessness looks like by using real-time, quality data; 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. We are currently funded for the first cohort of 4 communities.
Job ID
2021-1812
Company
A Way Home Washington
Job Locations US
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/13/2021 12:22 PM)
Real Food Generation (“RFG”) (realfoodgen.org) harnesses the power of youth and universities to create a fair and sustainable food system. After winning dozens of campaigns nationally that have resulted in $80 million committed to our definition of “Real Food” annually, we have proven that student organizing can drive substantial change in the food chain in every region of the country at a wide variety of schools. Building off of our successes, RFG launched two new initiatives in 2018. The Real Meals Campaign is an unprecedented coalition of national organizations representing farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and environmentalists working to change the food service management industry. Uprooted & Rising (UNR) is a movement to end college and university support for Big Food and white supremacy in the food system and direct the energy of our generation towards food sovereignty. UNR is led by young Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.  Real Food Generation is a fiscally-sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1808
Company
Real Food Generation
Job Locations US-MA-Amherst
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/12/2021 2:06 PM)
Organization   The Hitchcock Center for the Environment (Hitchcock Center) is a nationally recognized environmental education center known for its talented educators, progressive leadership, and innovative programming. The Hitchcock Center’s programs have an intentional focus on inclusion and accessibility. Participants are offered scholarships, reduced cost, and free programs, while educators work with school systems from across the region. They have inspired young learners and adults in indoor and outdoor classrooms for almost six decades, and in recent years, the Hitchcock Center has assumed a powerful new role in the face of climate change. At a time when our species faces the biggest environmental challenge we have ever seen, the Hitchcock Center recognizes that “effective learning must be transformative, directly inspiring engagement and action.”     Many of the Hitchcock Center’s highly valued staff members have been employed by the organization for a decade or more. They have devoted their careers to working with a diverse range of learners of all ages. As educators, they have continued to develop their own professional expertise, broadening their capacity to design new curriculum materials and complementary activities.    Through the vitality of its connections with schools, its professional development for educators, and its focus on engaging families throughout the region, the Hitchcock Center has become a respected leader in its field. Since 2017, the average number of program participants has exceeded 10,000 annually, excluding FY2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic impacted program participation. In the years ahead, the Hitchcock Center’s potential for initiating new programs, and making them accessible to a broader regional, statewide, and national population, is exciting to both the board and the staff.   The Hitchcock Center is located in Amherst, a culturally and educationally rich western Massachusetts area, home to the Five Colleges and in close proximity to numerous museums; near music, theater, and dance venues; and near a range of sports, camping, and outdoor recreation sites. The Hitchcock Center employs thirteen staff, in addition to seasonal camp staff, and has an operating budget of $850,000.   Strategically positioned to fulfill its mission “to educate and to inspire action for a healthy planet,” the Hitchcock Center opened the doors to its new home, a 9,000-square foot “living” environmental education center in the Fall of 2016. An award-winning structure, and the 23rd certified Living Building in the world, it was built in response to the Living Building Challenge. Its construction followed a highly successful capital campaign that has raised almost $7 million, and adheres to “holistic standards incorporating the most progressive thinking from architecture, engineering, planning, interiors, landscape design, and policy.”   The Living Building, with its focus on sustainability, responsibly sourced, nontoxic materials, and net-zero energy, is a unique teaching tool that promises to expand the reach of the Hitchcock Center, regionally, nationally, and internationally.   Programs   The Hitchcock Center’s programs throughout western Massachusetts and beyond, include:   PreK-12 School Programs Developing critical thinkers equipped to meet the complex environmental challenges of the 21st Century.   Children, Youth and Family Supporting children’s intellectual, social, emotional, and physical learning through hands-on science and outdoor education.   Adult Education Building a base of environmentally curious, intelligent, and engaged individuals working to make our planet a better place to live.   Professional Development Serving as a premier training site for educators in the best practices of environmental education and teaching excellence.   Since opening their doors to the Living Building, the Hitchcock Center has experienced a 50% increase in the number of participants and visitors to the Center, and in the geographic regions served. Program participants and visitors include those from communities throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as well as more than 20 states across the nation and 30 countries around the world. The potential for expanded programs and new collaborative partnerships marks a momentous turning point in the organization’s development.       
Job ID
2021-1807
Company
Hitchcock Center for the Environment
Job Locations US
Posted Date 1 month ago(4/8/2021 12:07 PM)
Real Food Generation (RFG) (realfoodgen.org) harnesses the power of youth and universities to create an equitable and sustainable food system. After winning dozens of campaigns nationally that have resulted in $80 million committed to our definition of “Real Food” annually, we have proven that student organizing can drive substantial change in the food chain in every region of the country at a wide variety of schools. Building off of our successes, RFG launched two new initiatives in 2018. The Real Meals Campaign is an unprecedented coalition of national organizations representing farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and environmentalists working to change the food service management industry. Uprooted & Rising is a movement to end college and university support for Big Food and white supremacy in the food system and to direct the energy of our generation towards food sovereignty. Real Food Generation is a fiscally-sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).   This fall, Uprooted & Rising (UNR), the Hawai’i Alliance for Progressive Action (HAPA), and Herbicide-Free Campus (HFC) are co-hosting a Virtual Film Festival featuring the documentary Poisoning Paradise (2017), along with a series of 6 panel discussions in communities living on the frontlines of industrial food systems, genetically modified (GM) agriculture, and experimentation. The panels will explore how Big Food is situated within a longer colonial history of extractive practices that have severed Indigenous relationships of reciprocity with land and natural resources for over a century. Panels will highlight the interconnected struggles of communities seeking to protect their traditional food ways and their communities from the toxic impacts of Big Food and white supremacy. Each panel will take place in one region. These include: West Coast, Great Plains, Midwest, South, Northeast, and the islands of HawaiĘ»i and Puerto Rico.
Job ID
2021-1805
Company
Real Food Generation
Job Locations US-MA-Burlington
Posted Date 1 month ago(4/7/2021 11:13 AM)
Neurofibromatosis Northeast(NF Northeast) seeks a dynamic Executive Director who will take this beloved and vibrant nonprofit to its next level. The new leader will be replacing the founder of NF Northeast, who is retiring from the position.   About NF Northeast   NF Northeast brings hope to those affected by neurofibromatosis (NF) and allied disorders. It provides critical and lifelong support and understanding to families affected by NF, creates awareness about the disease, advocates for funding and policies, and promotes research and enhanced clinical care. Neurofibromatosis is a genetic disorder of the nervous system that causes tumors to form on the nerves anywhere in or on the body at any time. NF affects all races, all ethnic groups and both sexes equally, and affects approximately 130,000 people in the US, more people than cystic fibrosis and muscular dystrophy combined.   Patients and families are at the heart of NF Northeast. The organization was incorporated in 1988 by a group of people who were in some way affected by the genetic disorder, and families continue to be the energy and person-power behind the organization’s advocacy, awareness raising, and fundraising at its marathons, organized golf tournaments, walks and 5K runs, bike rides and dining events.   NF Northeast connects families to each other, creating communities of support, provides scholarships to help students who have NF continue their education beyond high school, and sponsors children and teenagers who have NF to attend Camp New Friends, a welcoming and accepting safe haven.   Advocacy has become one of the most important ongoing programs of the organization, and since joining other NF organizations from around the country in 1996 to create the NF Advocacy Network, it has worked closely with members of the House and Senate to secure over $600 million for federally funded NF research.   NF Northeast’s office is in Burlington, MA and it employs two full-time staff members and two part-time staff members, one of which is based in New York. The Board of 12 members represent NF patients, family members/parents, and medical providers from the Northeast. It has an annual budget of $850,000 and is financially stable.
Job ID
2020-1538
Company
Neurofibromatosis Northeast
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 1 month ago(3/30/2021 11:39 AM)
Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) (workersjustice.org) 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
2021-1799
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-MA-Springfield
Posted Date 1 month ago(3/29/2021 11:01 AM)
Founded in 2002, in Springfield, MA, Gardening the Community (GTC) (gardeningthecommunity.org), 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
2021-1798
Company
Gardening The Community
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 1 month ago(3/29/2021 10:52 AM)
For more than 60 years, TSNE MissionWorks (formerly Third Sector New England)(www.tsne.org) has been a trusted partner to hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community groups, activists, and advocates who are making a difference in their communities, our country, and the world.     The management and consulting services, training programs, and community-based grants and investments we offer are designed to meet the needs of complex and growing organizations by strengthening communication and leadership skills, facilitating learning and strategic thinking, and providing practical and operational support to individuals—all toward the goal of increasing their mission impact. Our ongoing partnerships with foundations, service providers, community groups, nonprofits and thought leaders provide us with opportunities for reflection and learning – which strengthens our own programs and services and provides an opportunity to explore trends in the nonprofit sector.  We continue to deepen our partnerships, expand our programs and resources, evolve to meet the needs of a rapidly changing nonprofit landscape, and pursue excellence in the services we offer to hundreds of mission-driven organizations every year—so together we can create a more just and democratic society.
Job ID
2021-1796
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 1 month ago(3/25/2021 5:04 PM)
The Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR) (moar-recovery.org) project is a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE (tsne.org), which organizes recovering individuals, families, and friends into a collective voice to educate the public about the value of recovery from alcohol and other addictions.   MOAR Values: Faces and Voices of Recovery – Visible, Vocal, Valuable
Job ID
2018-1081
Company
Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/9/2021 10:13 AM)
The Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR) (moar-recovery.org) is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org), which organizes recovering individuals, families, and friends into a collective voice to educate the public about the value of recovery from alcohol and other addictions.   MOAR Values: Faces and Voices of Recovery – Visible, Vocal, Valuable
Job ID
2021-1788
Company
Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/1/2021 4:05 PM)
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 our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1783
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/1/2021 1:04 PM)
The Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR) (moar-recovery.org) is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org), which organizes recovering individuals, families, and friends into a collective voice to educate the public about the value of recovery from alcohol and other addictions.   MOAR Values: Faces and Voices of Recovery – Visible, Vocal, Valuable
Job ID
2021-1784
Company
Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/26/2021 5:35 PM)
The Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) (workersjustice.org) was founded in 2010 to address the racial and economic injustices that day laborers in Brooklyn, NY face, 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.    At Worker’s Justice Project, we are expanding our organizing strategy to build a voice for Domestic Workers. The overarching goals of WJP includes: - Grow WJP’s membership of domestic workers who can lead within a movement for a new economy and a new democracy. - Develop and implement leadership development and organizing strategies that can increase fertile ground for powerful victories for women and domestic workers. - Launch neighborhood and city-wide organizing campaigns  - Build leadership and increase the skill set of emerging domestic workers leaders to uplift and address the issues faced by Low-income communities.
Job ID
2021-1777
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-RI-Providence
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/25/2021 5:24 PM)
The Rhode Island Land Trust Council seeks a strategic and experienced leader to work with the Board to promote and grow the organization. The Executive Director will be a conservation advocate and champion able to partner with a strong grassroots network of land trust leaders, organizations, and community members across Rhode Island and New England.   Rhode Island stands at a pivotal moment in open space and natural land conservation. Prime farmland, important forestland, diverse habitat areas, and water resource protection areas are being lost to increasing sprawl development across the state. Land trusts and agencies are stretched thin and have limited resources to deal with perpetual stewardship of protected lands. Creative solutions are needed to inspire and bring together the leaders of our diverse local organizations, motivate them, and give them tools for informed conservation action. Inspired and informed legislation on these issues is needed to effect change at the state house. The next Executive Director of the Rhode Island Land Trust Council will play a key role in impacting positive change at a critical time in Rhode Island conservation.   About Rhode Island Land Trust Council   Rhode Island Land Trust Council (Council) is a statewide non-profit organization that works to permanently conserve open and natural land in Rhode Island by supporting land trusts, promoting responsible use and stewardship of conserved lands, and advocating for sound land conservation policy.  As a statewide coalition for Rhode Island’s land trust community the Council is dedicated to helping the people and communities of Rhode Island protect their land and water resources.   The organization was founded in 1999 by land trust leaders and currently has a staff of 2.0 (Executive Director, half-time Program Coordinator, and half-time Philanthropy Associate), an annual operating budget of $200,000, and a 12-member Board of volunteer trustees.  The Council’s 5-year strategic plan adopted in February 2020 envisions the Council’s growth to a staff of four and an annual operating budget of $500,000.   RI Land Trust Council goals are: - Advocate for land conservation and land trust matters at the state level. - Facilitate collaboration among land trusts. - Position the RI Land Trust Council to lead in strengthening land trust’s capacity for governance, effective land conservation stewardship and community engagement. - Provide direct support to land trusts to reduce the backlog of deferred documentation and improve stewardship practices. - Ensure the long-term protection of municipal conservation properties. - Increase public awareness of, and build public support and engagement for, land conservation. - Strengthen the Council’s capacity to operate and implement programs and activities as well as address new opportunities and urgent problems. - The RI Land Trust Council is a respected and effective voice for land trusts and the land conservation community in state policy discussions.  Through multi-partner campaigns since 2004, the Council has helped secure over $63 million in Land Conservation Funding through State Open Space Bond Referendums. .Collectively, Rhode Island's land trusts conserve hundreds of properties including more than 26,500 acres of natural areas, farmland, forest, and wildlife habitat. The RI Land Trust Council is a respected and effective voice for land trusts and the land conservation community in state policy discussions.  Through multi-partner campaigns since 2004, the Council has helped secure over $63 million in Land Conservation Funding through State Open Space Bond Referendyms.  Collectively, Rhode Island's land trusts conserve hundreds of properties including more than 26,500 acres of natural areas, farmland, forest, and wildlife habitat.              
Job ID
2021-1781
Company
Rhode Island Land Trust Council
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/22/2021 9:14 AM)
The BUILD Initiative (buildinitiative.org) is a national effort that advances state work on behalf of young children (prenatal-five), their families, and communities. BUILD staff partner with early childhood state leaders focused on early learning, health, mental health and nutrition, child welfare, and family support and engagement to create the policies, infrastructure, and cross-sector connections necessary for quality and equity. BUILD provides consultation, planning, and tailored implementation assistance, learning opportunities, resources, and cross-state peer exchanges. These efforts help state leaders improve and expand access to quality and promote equitable outcomes for our youngest children. This position is an exciting opportunity to work as part of a highly effective team to bring about positive change for young children and families, to learn about all aspects of the early childhood field, and to work at the forefront of an exciting movement to promote early childhood systems building.  The BUILD team is virtual; team members are located across the country. The person filling this position will work from a home office. Team members have opportunities to attend in-person meetings but work primarily via phone and computer.  BUILD is fiscally sponsored by TSNE (TSNE.org), which provides financial and grants management, human resources, legal, and other supports.
Job ID
2021-1775
Company
BUILD Initiative