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Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 4:13 PM


The Anne Frank Center USA, a partner organization of the Anne Frank House, uses the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as unique tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities about the consequences of intolerance, racism and discrimination, and to inspire the next generation to build a world based on mutual respect.

The Center fulfills its mission through the North American Traveling Exhibition Program, the Exhibition and Education Center in New York City, the Annual Spirit of Anne Frank Awards, and through the development of educational materials and programs for teachers and students.

Job description

The Director of Development is responsible for raising private and public funds to support AFC's ongoing operations and special projects, including education programs, temporary exhibits, and national initiatives. Gifts and grants currently provide approximately 80 percent of AFC's annual budget (about $820,000 in 2014). The new Director of Development will be expected to increase AFC's contributed support in order to meet the needs of our growing organization.

Responsibilities include:

1. Create, implement and evaluate a comprehensive development program, including major gifts, the annual appeal, Board contributions, online giving, and unrestricted gifts and restricted grants from individuals, foundations, corporations and public agencies. Provide excellent stewardship for AFC's donors. Prospect research and donor cultivation skills are essential.

2. Collaborate with AFC staff to raise funds for ongoing exhibits and education programs and special projects, such as the national sapling initiative.

3. Work with the Executive Director and Gala Committee to plan and execute the annual Spirit of Anne Frank Awards gala, held annually in June.

4. Provide staff support for the Development Committee and other Board assignments as needed.

Required Qualifications:

Understanding of and commitment to AFC's mission of teaching the dangers of intolerance through the words and ideals of Anne Frank.
At least five years of experience in development, preferably with significant major giving experience as well as planned giving, annual campaigns, events, and grant writing.
Knowledge of donor data bases (previous experience with eTapestry helpful but not essential)
Strong oral and written communications skills.
Familiarity with social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr
Ability to manage multiple projects at a time.
Bachelor's degree required.

The Director of Development reports to the Executive Director and works with the 20-member Board of Directors and four other professional staff members to advance AFC's mission and increase its base of support.

How to apply

Please send a cover letter and resume (no more than two pages) as one Word file to No phone calls please.

We will arrange interviews beginning in early December.

• Location: Manhattan, 44 Park Place

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:15 PM



Established in 1932, The Alumni Association-College of Medicine's primary mission is to provide financial support and services to medical students, and to enhance their experience during their four years at Downstate. The services provided by the association promote the interests of the College and improve its effectiveness by fostering fellowship among the alumni. It also provides mentoring services for the medical students and enhances opportunities to network among alumni.

The Association is committed to enhancing the medical education and training of Downstate medical students. Alumni participate in the general support and career mentoring programs to help students feel welcome and connected at SUNY Downstate and share their expertise to help students choose their specialty. The Alumni Association acts as a liaison between the medical school faculty and students to promote a positive learning environment. Working alongside the Alumni association, the Alumni Fund is the fundraising body as well as the entity that takes in philanthropic donations and makes grants to fund the Alumni Association programs and services. The Alumni Association is responsible for all the business and financial operations of the Fund.

Alumni Association Student Supported Programs

Providing financial support to the medical students and school is the top priority. The Alumni Association supports many programs for medical students including:
• Tuition Scholarships: The Association offers scholarships based on financial need.
• Student Summer Research Fellowships: Support for students to conduct full-time research for an 8-week period (during summer following the first year) to promote interest in research.
• Health Care in Developing Countries Elective: Participating students in this overseas elective are supported by travel grants from the Alumni Fund.
• MD/PhD Summer Research Programs: Support summer research in areas in which students are concentrating their studies and ensure their stipend is competitive with other medical schools.

Alumni Association Student Supported Programs
Providing financial support to the medical students and school is the top priority. The Alumni Association supports many programs for medical students including:
• Tuition Scholarships: The Association offers scholarships based on financial need.
• Student Summer Research Fellowships: Support for students to conduct full-time research for an 8-week period (during summer following the first year) to promote interest in research.
• Health Care in Developing Countries Elective: Participating students in this overseas elective are supported by travel grants from the Alumni Fund.
• MD/PhD Summer Research Programs: Support summer research in areas in which students are concentrating their studies and ensure their stipend is competitive with other medical schools.

Reporting to the Board of Managers and President with a dotted line to the Chairman of the Alumni Fund, the Executive Director is responsible for the management and operation of the Alumni Association in accordance with its bylaws, policies and procedures. This is an opportunity for a talented executive leader to build upon the success of a well established organization. The Executive Director will drive and implement the mission of the organization. Responsibilities include increasing the scope of Institutional Advancement and strengthening Alumni based initiatives, including the development of strategies to strengthen reunions and networks so as to increase the scholarships and services for the students. She/he will manage and lead the day-to-day operations of the organization with the help of a small staff and volunteers.

The Executive Director will also serve as a leader and visionary in developing and executing a long-term strategy to raise the profile and visibility of the Alumni Association, with a particular emphasis on creating and implementing strategies to increase Alumni participation.


Executive Leadership

• In conjunction with the Board and key staff members, develop organizational goals and objectives consistent with the mission and vision of the Alumni Association.
• Supervise and lead the professional staff and provide strong, creative, energetic leadership and direction to the agency staff, members and volunteers.
• Capacity to strategically develop innovative programs which will enfranchise, excite and grow the community of students, alumni and volunteers.

General Management
• Ensure the day-to-day operations and programs are effectively administered and communicate with the Board about operational or situational challenges facing the organization.
• Prepare agenda and presentations for the four meetings of the two Boards.

•Build and maintain effective and trusting relationships with staff, board and departments of the Medical College. Encourage and empower staff to maximize productivity, ensure professional excellence and high quality standards, and promote teamwork. Provide opportunity for professional development and advancement.

• Provide expertise and leadership regarding the ongoing evaluation of programs.
• Ensure best practices in dealing with the Alumni Fund and the Alumni Association.

Finance and Administration
• Closely monitor the financial status of the organization and ensure that sound financial controls are in place and observed for both the Association and the Fund.
• Work closely with the accountant and finance professionals on all matters of budget preparation and audit. Ensure a budget process that provides both accountability and program creativity.
• Negotiate contracts with vendors including insurance, printing and event locations.
• Work closely with the attorney, accountants and bankers to ensure legal compliance with regulators and federal organizations including IRS and NYS Department of Charities.
• Evaluate the financial impact of ongoing programs and new initiatives.
Institutional Advancement
• Develop and implement an overall fundraising plan and strategy to increase gifts through alumni reunion campaigns, major gifts, special events and legacy solicitations.
• Work closely with the reunion heads to train help and solicit class gifts.
• Implement strong stewardship and donor recognition campaigns.
• Manage and enhance the yearly Reunion Dinner Dance and related events and develop other special events to support fundraising and donor development including work on the annual Journal for the reunion and the Alumni Today magazine.
• Implement fundraising initiatives through grassroots events, individual solicitations and social media.

Marketing and Communications
• Develop a proactive approach to using and deploying new and emerging communication technologies to interact with untapped alumni.
• Foster a spirit of collaboration with the Admissions and other parts of the College of Medicine.
• Act as a public spokesperson for the Alumni Association by effectively representing its mission, as well as its goals and services to the board, staff, students and prospective supporters.
• Create and implement communication strategies that fully utilize social media, online marketing, email, and phone-a-thon vehicles.
• Plan and execute a multi-faceted strategy incorporating brochures, social media, letters, Alumni Today magazine and personal solicitations to increase participation in alumni reunion weekend, mentoring programs and other Alumni Associations services.


• Proven track record in developing and spearheading a comprehensive alumni relations program increasing membership and donations.
• Strong decision-making and management skills and ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines.
• Enthusiastic, energetic and an entrepreneurial spirit.
• A flexible and creative thinker, able to identify and create new giving opportunities for alumni programs.
• A leadership style that has successfully motivated and inspired a team towards growth.
• Savvy experience utilizing new and existing online media to inform and actively engage sizable audiences and constituencies. Strong computer skills.
• Ability to present in a convincing and professional manner, and to inspire and generate enthusiasm among donors, volunteers, faculty and staff.
• Ability to problem-solve, troubleshoot, and constructively deal with challenging issues, situations, and people.
• Experience in successfully working in a complex organization while interacting with multiple constituencies.
• Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communications skills.
• Maturity and self-confidence; ability to listen and service the communication needs of a wide group of academics, doctors, donors, and Trustees.
• Bachelor's degree; fundraising certification or graduate degree preferred in related field.

How to apply

For more information, please contact:



• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 11:31 AM


New contracts require additional staffing. Opportunity for men & women to join a growing industry.

Entry level status only
Perfect for first-time job seekers or someone looking for a change.

Security guards main responsibility is to detect/deter/report.
You will accomplish this by checking ID's, patrolling grounds, monitoring CCTV system, report illegal/suspicious activity, assist in emergencies, contact proper authorities, write reports, control access points, etc.

You must be at least 18 and be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Prefer candidates that can communicate in English and provide excellent customer service.
All applicants must have a clean criminal history. No felonies, no probation and no parole.
You will be required to obtain NYS required training and licensing.

Starting pay rates up to $15 per hour.
Possible limited benefit package.
Available overtime.
Uniforms provided.
Flexible scheduling.

Please send name and telephone number by email.
For immediate consideration, please call 888-510-2280

• Location: Manhattan, nyc

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 11:10 AM


We are looking for an ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT for our busy Life Insurance Firm.

You will be working closely with the Chairman/CEO of the firm.

The ideal candidate would be someone who is flexible and willing to take direction when needed, but understands when it is necessary to be proactive and take charge. Experience in the Life Insurance industry is not REQUIRED. Working knowledge in the administrative field is needed. We understand there is a natural learning curve, but need for someone to get up to speed quickly.

Below is a brief summary of the roles and responsibilities for this position.

Roles and Responsibilities:
- Assist Chairman/CEO with administrative and personal tasks as needed
- Top client post issue follow-up: customer service, etc.
- Confirm appointments
- Constant contact upkeep
- Manage Articles of Interest email campaigns
- Posting articles to company website/possible website content involvement
- Update of Outlook: Keeping all distribution lists current
- Spreadsheet illustrations and order illustrations
- Organize client/sample letters
- Appointment follow-up
- Organize files
- Organize management meetings and agendas
- Assist in the management of prospective firms and new markets
- Event follow-up
- Social media management: linked-in, etc.

- Efficient and accurate
- Must be willing to learn and adapt to new challenges when presented
- Must be a team player and work well with others
- Excellent attention to detail
- Professional and dependable
- COMPLETE working knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.

Please send all resumes and cover letters, WITH SALARY REQUIREMENTS to (if you do not list your salary requirements your resume will not be reviewed).

• Location: Manhattan, New York, NY (Midtown)

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 8:10 AM


Earthjustice is seeking a full-time Office Manager to join our Northeast regional office. This position oversees the operations of the New York City office and will provide administrative support to the office staff.

Responsibilities: Tasks may include, but are not limited to, the following:


Manage and maintain facilities and office equipment for the New York office.
Manage office calendar, mail, email, and voicemail.
Arrange and plan office events and travel.
Provide on-site IT support.
Draft, edit, and proofread correspondence and other written materials for program staff as needed.
Maintain library materials.
Coordinate with other regional office managers to assist in the development of best business practices.
Supervise Northeast Office Assistant.


Accounts payable and receivable.
Assist managing attorneys with budget development and implementation.
Manage facilities budget and track litigation expenses against monthly budget reports.
Prepare quarterly billing statements for New York Office and maintain billing records.
Process expense reports and reimbursements for staff.
Manage Timeslips, including uploading monthly time reports to Headquarters and running time reports as needed.
Manage NY client trust account.

Human Resources

Serve as Human Resources liaison and provide instructions and guidance to employees on human resources procedures and documentation requirements.
Conduct orientation for new employees, clerks, and volunteers, and assist departing staff with exit procedures.
Manage Northeast jobs inbox and coordinate interviewing and recruitment of staff, law clerks, and volunteers.
Maintain personnel files and other management files.


Bachelor’s degree.
A minimum of 5-7 years’ office management experience; prior law firm management litigation assistant, or non-profit experience a plus.
Experience in accounting and budgeting.
Excellent computer skills, including proficiency with Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Office Suite.
A can-do attitude, meticulous attention to detail, and an unrelenting commitment to high performance standards.
The ability to organize, set priorities among multiple assignments, meet deadlines, and function calmly under pressure.
Flexible, punctual, highly reliable, and available for occasional evening work.
People skills and a sense of humor.

Compensation: We offer a competitive salary, based on experience, and excellent benefits that are comprehensive and competitive. We also offer an informal and collegial work environment with a casual dress code for the office.

Application Procedure: Please send a letter explaining your interest and qualifications, a resume, a brief writing sample, and contact information for three professional or academic references by e-mail to: Subject line should read: Office Manager. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. No telephone calls or hard copies.

Deadline: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position has been filled.

Earthjustice is driven by a passion for justice, partnership and excellence. Our core values lead us to seek a broad range of perspectives and backgrounds to achieve our mission and to maintain an inclusive environment where all staff are valued and respected. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to employment practices that ensure that employees and applicants for employment are provided with equal opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any other factor that is not related to the position.

• Location: Other

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 8:04 AM


No Home Gallery is a New York based company creating a series of monthly site specific art events. We are currently seeking a hardworking and passionate research assistant with experience in contemporary art. Responsibilities will include assisting in the research for upcoming projects, contributing to our blog and social media platforms, and occasional art handling and studio visits. The job also includes the possibility to curate an original future No Home Gallery show. Adobe photoshop skills are a plus.

Our team is small and every exhibition is unique so the chosen candidate will have the opportunity to meet people from all over the NY art world and to have a large impact on the future of our organization.

This job is unpaid and part-time. It will last three months with the possibility of extension.

How to apply

Please submit your resume, coverletter and availablity to .

• Location: Manhattan, Union square

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 5:16 AM


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Share what inspires you, and help others discover the world as you go. Explore, uncover, share, inspire. At Renaissance Hotels.

Renaissance New York Hotel 57 located at 130 E. 57th St., New York, NY, and 10022is currently hiring a Coord-Office Sales / Events.

Coord-Office Sales / Events : Serve as the point of contact for clients and communicate with them by phone and email to respond to questions and requests. Enter and retrieve information contained in computer databases using a keyboard, mouse, or trackball to update records, files, reservations, and answer inquiries from guests. Operate standard office equipment other than computers. Prepare letters, memos, and other documents using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software. Transmit information or documents using a computer, mail, or facsimile machine, including proofreading and editing written information to ensure accuracy and completeness. Enter and locate work-related information using computers and/or point of sale systems. Follow all company policies and procedures, ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional, maintain confidentiality of proprietary information, and protect company assets. Welcome and acknowledge all guests according to company standards, anticipate and address guests' service needs, assist individuals with disabilities, and thank guests with genuine appreciation. Speak with others using clear and professional language, prepare and review written documents accurately and completely, and answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with other employees and departments, support team to reach common goals, and listen and respond appropriately to the concerns of other employees. Report accidents, injuries, and unsafe work conditions to manager. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 10 pounds without assistance. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors.

To submit your application for this job, please go to:

Renaissance Hotels is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. Marriott International does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws.

• Location: Long Island, New York, NY

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 5:14 AM


Answer phones, general customer service needs . Also handle administrative duties such as calendar management . Must have excellent communication skills, solid MS Office skills and prior experience working within a reception or customer service capacity. Excellent opportunity for a warm, intelligent and friendly individual.

Schedule is Flexible - Require 3 days on weekday but flexible on hours . At least 15 hours a week. Can be more time depending on your schedule and income needs.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 2:12 AM



The Academy of Medical and Public Health Services is a grassroots nonprofit organization working to enhance healthcare accessibility among underserved communities in the New York City area. We currently work primarily in the immigrant community of Sunset Park, Brooklyn, where over a quarter of the population is uninsured and nearly one-third suffers from chronic health conditions. As an entrepreneurial community-based organization, we are trying to fill in the gaps where the health care system leaves off. We do this by engaging in the community, researching their health care needs, offering free health screenings, health care assistance, education workshops, and community preparedness training, and connecting them with the resources they need--regardless of their immigration status. We are currently seeking candidates for long-term volunteers and Spring/Summer 2014 internships, who are seeking to become part of a dynamic team to innovate and implement new and existing programs. Candidates will be working both remotely, in the office, in the field, and at events.


The Development Associate is responsible for helping manage the organization's fund raising campaigns. The candidate must become familiar with AMPHS programs and events, and seek for funding sources that will support them. The candidate will be trained to use grant-seeking databases and is expected to develop company fundraising ideas. He or she will work closely with the senior management team to keep track of the company's budget, projected expenditures, and financial need, and develop grant request proposals. Grant-seeking and fundraising is a continuous project and the candidate is expected to follow up with funding projects in a timely manner.

Primary Responsibilities:

Draft and submit grant proposals
Seek grant and fundraising sources using grant research libraries and databases
Maintain a list of grant sources and funding opportunities
Plan and execute fundraising events and activities, such as gala charity events
Investigate and apply for sponsorship opportunities
Maintain a timeline of funding resources and provide a daily update for request for proposals database
Work with partners to maintain fiscal sponsorship records
Present culminating presentation to senior staff at the end of the internship period summarizing project results


The ideal candidate does not need to have prior experience in fundraising, grant writing, or project management, but it is preferable. Candidates should have completed at least one year of studies at an accredited university. He or she should demonstrate an interest and capacity for research either through academics or prior work experience. Competence in writing and communication is a must. The candidate should also be familiar with Microsoft Powerpoint, Word, Excel, and online research databases. Training will be provided in grant proposal writing and research as needed.

How to apply

Interested candidates should submit an online application at and send a resume, unofficial transcript and writing sample to Additional questions may be directed to Mon Yuck Yu, Chief of Staff, at

• Location: Brooklyn, 5306 Third Avenue, 2nd Floor,

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM


Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation
Brooklyn, NY
United States
Position Level
None Specified
Education Requirement
4-Year Degree
Position Type
Part Time Permanent
Pioneer Works is seeking an Advancement Associate to work four days per week, reporting to both the Director of Advancement and Chief Operations Officer. The Associate will help Pioneer Works solicit donations from individuals, corporations, government agencies, and foundations to support Pioneer Works’ mission and programming. Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

• Researching new funding prospects

• Cultivating funding prospects

• Conceiving and writing grant proposals

• Managing our fundraising database

• Providing written reports for our Board of Directors and Advisory Board

• Writing and distributing appeal mailings

• Conceiving and producing print and web materials

• Nurturing strong relationships with donors

• Providing written and oral reports to funders

• Acting as a good steward of donated funds

• Planning and managing events

• Serving as an ambassador of Pioneer Works within the wider community

Qualifications: The applicant must have at least four to five years in non-profit development, preferably at a visual or performance arts organization; a minimum of a Bachelors’ degree; excellent verbal and written communication skills; and strong computer skills (Excel, Word, Outlook, FileMaker, etc.). Experience working with Altru or Raiser’s Edge is a plus. Successful candidates will be focused, detail-oriented, and self-motivated.They will possess excellent interpersonal skills and will have the ability to work productively both independently and in an open-office environment as a key member of a small team. They must be a team player. They must have a demonstrable track record of strong organizational skills and the ability to work under pressure to manage and complete projects on time. An interest in and/or knowledge of contemporary and avant-garde visual and/or performance arts is strongly preferred.
Application Instructions
No phone inquiries, please. We regret we are unable to respond individually to each applicant. Please email cover letter, resume, one writing sample, and salary requirements to

• Location: Brooklyn, 159 Pioneer Street

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM


Shetler Studios & Theatres is a center for entertainment professionals in the heart of New York’s Theatre District, offering a unique infrastructure that supports projects from audition through rehearsal to performance.

Music, dance and acting studios are complemented by two theatres and three recital halls. Professional facilities, an inspired environment and expert industry staff combine to provide the New York artist with an unparalleled studio experience.

Internship description

Want to earn credit toward studio rentals at one of Manhattan's top facilities? Apply to the dynamic intern program at the newly renovated Shetler Studios & Theatres!

Our internships are designed to provide an opportunity to further your understanding of the performing arts industry, gain exposure to industry contacts and resources, and develop your administrative tools. Interns receive credit for hours worked that can be applied towards studio usage. There is no monetary compensation, however, interns are first-in-line for work opportunities that arise at the studios.

Applicants should be emerging entertainment professionals with basic experience or training in the performing arts, arts administration or technical production.

To apply for an interview, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to:

Kyle Groff, Studio Director, at

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM


The Civilians center for investigative theater is launching an online journal EXTENDED PLAY to serve as a platform for socially-engaged theater artists and audiences, exploring process, community performance, interactive media, and more. EXTENDED PLAY will feature documentation, essays, interviews, video, and audio in order to share more of The Civilian’s investigations and process and also talk to other artists in the field of investigative performance. We are looking for an Editorial Intern who will work with the Director of Artistic Programs and Editorial Associate. He/She will be responsible for researching, commissioning, interviewing, creating, and editing content for the site.

The Editorial Intern will also be responsible for assisting in responding to pitches and submissions; fact-checking content; assisting in publicity for web articles; building opportunities for online discussion and community engagement; assisting in programming events.

Experience in journalism or related field and/or theater a plus
Knowledge of investigative theater/performance and social practice a plus
Excellent writing and editing skills
Excellent organizational skills
Knowledgeable about and active on social media platforms
Experience with Word Press, video/audio editing skills a plus

Start date: Dec 1 or Early January for a commitment of six months
Required 15-20 hours a week
Travel stipend is provided. School credit is available.

To apply, please send a cover letter and current resume to Elliot B. Quick Editorial Associate:

Please indicate when you’d be able to start.

The Civilians’ Extended Play is an online platform for creative and critical discourse emerging from investigative theater and performance. It features documentation, interviews, essays, video, and audio about artists - both American and international - who work at the dynamic intersection of art and life. With content that explores creative process, community, and new innovations in storytelling, Extended Play seeks to provide richer, more in-depth interaction that goes beyond the theater.

Led by Artistic Director Steve Cosson, THE CIVILIANS creates new theater from creative investigations into the most vital questions of the present. Last season saw two highly successful Civilians shows in New York: MR BURNS: A POST-ELECTRIC PLAY at Playwrights Horizons, which was included in eight Top 10 of 2013 Lists, as well as THE GREAT IMMENSITY at The Public Theatre. This season, the company is the Artist-in-Residence of Met Museum Presents at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Since its founding in 2001, the Obie award-winning company has been produced at numerous theaters in New York, including BAM Next Wave, Vineyard Theatre, Barrow Street Theater, Playwrights Horizons, and The Public; nationally at Center Theatre Group, the TED Conference, HBO’s US Comedy Festival, A.R.T., Actors Theatre of Louisville, and more; and Internationally at London’s Gate Theatre and Soho Theatre. The Civilians’ popular podcast Let Me Ascertain you is available through and iTunes.

• Location: Long Island

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM


Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT) is a 31-year old non-profit organization operating out of multiple locations. The mission of OBT is to help disadvantaged youth and adults recognize their own self-worth and advance towards self-sufficiency and financial security through job training, academic reinforcement, improved life skills, job placement and support services. For more information visit

Responsibilities are working with disconnected youth ages 17-24 in our Young Adult Internship Program and include scheduling, administering and scoring TABE test; pre-screening clients for services; assisting with retention follow up, classroom facilitation, internship site management; entering data into agency and funder databases and other general office duties.

Must have Associate's or Bachelor's Degree and two years relevant experience, be organized and detail-oriented and able to work in a fast paced environment. Must be bi-lingual English/Spanish.

How to apply

Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to

• Location: Brooklyn, 25 Thornton Street

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM


At Van Alen Institute, we believe design can transform cities, landscapes, and regions to improve people's lives.

We collaborate with communities, scholars, policymakers, and professionals on local and global initiatives that rigorously investigate the most pressing social, cultural, and ecological challenges of tomorrow.

Building on more than a century of experience, we develop cross-disciplinary research, provocative public programs, and inventive design competitions.

Internship description

Van Alen Institute internships are an opportunity to get involved in a diverse range of activities across our design competitions, public programs, and research. Positions are part-time and based at the Institute's office in Manhattan's Flatiron neighborhood. Internship opportunites are available for fall/winter 2014, as well as winter/spring 2015.

Van Alen offers seasonal internships in the following areas:

COMPETITIONS: Support large-scale collaborative design competitions through research, administration, production of graphic and visual resources, writing, documentation, and event management.

PUBLIC PROGRAMS: Support the planning and production of Van Alen's fall public programs series through curatorial research, correspondence, event planning, marketing and outreach, A/V coordination, and documentation.

COMMUNICATIONS, DEVELOPMENT, & OPERATIONS: Contribute to written and multimedia content across online, social, and email channels; assist with benefit planning, fundraising, outreach, and promotion; and support internal operations and management.

RESEARCH: Support Van Alen research initiatives through project planning and production including urban and archival research; creation of editorial content such as reports, online resources, and publications; and facilitation of interdisciplinary research partnerships.

General responsibilities include: project management support, production of print and digital materials, and clerical activities such as filing, coordinating travel, database management, and word processing.

Van Alen seeks applicants with a strong interest in our mission and projects, and a desire to gain exposure to relevant professional experience. Applicants will be considered for all open positions; please indicate if your skills and interests relate to specific internship areas. Qualifications include:

Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Strong interest and/or background in urban studies, architecture, urban design, politics, or a related field.
Collaborative and comfortable working with a wide range of project partners, stakeholders, and audiences.
Flexible, organized, keen eye for detail, and able to multitask.
Self-directed, with a professional attitude toward all levels of assigned tasks.
Familiarity with basic graphic design and web design preferred.
Internships require a commitment of at least three days per week in the Van Alen office for a minimum of four months, with the opportunity to work flexibly and independently as needed. Van Alen is able to provide transportation reimbursement and a small monthly stipend, based on experience. Candidates may also arrange academic credit and outside funding sources.

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to

• Location: Manhattan, 30 W 22nd Street, 4th Floor

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM


4T's Productions work and purpose is to help students and youth, ages 16 – 21, from low-income communities re-engage in school by providing them the tools, resources and inspiration that will enable them to complete their school education, prepare for college and succeed in today's competitive job market.


Assist and supports the work of the president.


Schedule meetings, travel and other arrangements for president
Write letters and correspondence
Respond to email inquiries and route them to the president
Proofread reports and written documents for grammar, punctuation and spelling errors
Forward incoming general e-mails to the president
Make meeting, travel and other arrangements for president
Assist with financial reports as required



High School Diploma
Some College

Knowledge, skills and abilities

Word processing
Must have STRONG interest in minority students and youth


2 to 3 years administration experience

How to apply

Please email your resume to

• Location: Manhattan, 590 Madison Avenue, 21st Floor

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM



Personal assistants needed to reduce work load.​ We need somebody that can work Monday through Friday, also be reliable, responsible and organized.​ Basic computer skills needed good with organization.​ Weekly Payment: $463.​ Interested person should contact: for more info and wages.​

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 12:07 AM


NYC Outward Bound Schools is a nonprofit organization that partners with New York City public schools to help them become places where everyone is challenged and supported to achieve at his/her highest possible levels and where academics, community and character all count. NYC Outward Bound Schools operates a network of schools in partnership with the NYC Department of Education. These schools are all based on the national model of Expeditionary Learning. We now have eleven schools with at least one in each of the five boroughs of NYC.

Expeditionary Learning Schools (ELS) is a nationally recognized model for school transformation and creation, featuring real world learning, engaging instruction, rigorous curricula, and character development. There is a growing body of research and evidence that sustained implementation of the Expeditionary Learning model has a powerful impact on student achievement, particularly with those students who need it the most.

Reports to: Chief Schools Officer


The primary responsibility of the Data and Program Associate - EL is to manage NYC Outward Bound Schools' process for capturing, synthesizing, analyzing and disseminating student, teacher and school outcome data from the organization's network of Expeditionary Learning schools as well as NYC Outward Bound Schools' program data.

Managing Systems and Data

Manage the merger of specific student, teacher and school level demographic and outcome data and NYC Outward Bound output data into our network and schools dashboard.
Manage NYC Department of Education data as it relates to our network of schools.
Optimize the data collection process, system and tools, to enhance their effectiveness for program evaluation.
Create/maintain systems for collecting data-including liaison requests, Crew Orientation evaluations, PD/partnership survey, SD logs, Qualitative Capture, Great Schools Indicators, and Implementation Review data.
Collaborate with the Director, College Supports to develop specific data tracking systems
Provide clear communication to schools re: data collection, and specific data needs
Data Interpretation for development and evaluation

Develop a deep understanding of the data that's being managed in order to:

Analyze and draw conclusions from the data that inform NYC Outward Bound and outside audiences and contribute to understanding the impact NYC Outward Bound programs and services have on student achievement.
Create and maintain reports on programmatic and organizational activities and outcomes, to be used with board / funders / management (EL services to schools, Crew Orientation data, student achievement data, PD/partnership satisfaction data)
As requested, create/provide summaries of school or program data to management, development, schools, Board of Directors, EL team, EL national

Operational Support

Manage the departmental and school events calendars
Collect and summarize participant surveys from Professional Development Institutes
Collect and summarize annual Principal surveys
Coordinate meeting space, refreshments and supplies (in conjunction with the Administrative Assistant) for national Institutes
Manage communication and outreach to network schools
In conjunction with the Director, College Supports, track college and admissions information utilizing online data
Provide administrative support to the Chief Schools Officer and his team


Strong facility with data information systems and databases in general; demonstrated ability to design queries, reports and import and export data, using complex databases (i.e. Excel)
Knowledge of Department of Education student information systems specifically (ATS, HSST, ARIS, STARS)
Highly organized, detail-oriented, strategic thinker with experience using current project management tools
Experience synthesizing, and presenting data in various presentation formats
A proactive, self-starter accustomed to working under deadlines with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team
Bachelor's Degree in related field and 3-5 years' experience in education and/or human services data collection, or project management
Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, and ability to easily work with senior management, organization staff, and manage outside vendors
Demonstrated expertise in building and maintaining professional relationships both internally and externally


Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications and the benefits package is comprehensive.

How to apply

Interested candidates should send cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: Please include the job title as the subject of your email. No phone calls please.

New York City Outward Bound is an equal opportunity employer. We don't discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin or disability.

• Location: Long Island, 29-46 Northern Boulevard

Posted: Monday, November 24, 2014 9:06 PM


Personal Assistant for Business Owner
This self starter owns a company, manages a non-profit school, has a family spread out around the world & is influential in his NY based community. He seeks an assistant to help him better manage his health and responsibilities and to reduce his stress.

Maximizing his time including keeping his schedule, doing errands & online shopping, arranging travel plans, keeping his desk organized.
Personal office support including writing letters, online research, sorting and responding to e-mail, making phone calls, setting up personal appointments, writing out payments for his personal expenses or the nonprofit he manages.
Health management including preparing simple meals at his office based kitchen, keeping his exercise regimen on track with scheduled times and goal tracking, maximizing the effectiveness of the equipment he owns in his office based exercise room, providing simple massages on his office based table ( face & upper body only ).

Who we are looking for:
A young person who is eager and willing to learn everything and be trained
Someone who has attention to detail, doesn't let things "fall through the cracks", cares about doing a great job and is eager to take on increasing amounts of responsibility
An encouraging, positive personality, a cheerleader during exercise, a person who enjoys life
A self-starter who shows initiative, a sense of personal service and contribution
Computer skills required include a base knowledge of Windows based word processing, spreadsheets, Google tools such as Gmail, Calendar and Google drive.

This is a part time position for 4 hours per day for 2 days per week, with the possibility of increasing to 4 days per week as the candidate takes on increasing responsibility. Hours can be flexible between 10am to 4pm. Work will take place at his office located at 910 Bed ford Avenue, Brooklyn (serviced by the G-train at the Bed ford stop and walking a few blocks) Errands will be in the local neighborhood.

The Opportunity
To work with a business leader and observe/ participate in his leadership style. To learn about school management, business management, international travel, personal responsibility. To set up systems that organize a person's schedule, communications, health maintenance. Possibly to gain clarity for doing the same thing for yourself. To make a difference in this person's life and those lives he touches.

• Location: Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Brooklyn,NY

Posted: Monday, November 24, 2014 9:03 PM


In Search of a Professional/ Personal Assistant for our Williamsburg Brooklyn Office

Seeking a professional and personal assistant for a high level-CEO who has great organizational skill, detail-oriented, highly organized and efficient.

Must also have good people skills and exceptional communication abilities, reliability and easy to work with.

Please e-mail your resume directly to our office e-mail at:

Optional: Add a picture to the e-mail response and
Let's setup a face to face interview!

• Location: Brooklyn, Brooklyn,NY

Posted: Monday, November 24, 2014 7:04 PM


La Key Realty is an opportunistic private equity real estate firm located in deer Park, NY specializing in value-added and/or distressed multi and single family investments nationwide. The LKR “difference” is providing “A” class type amenities in neglected properties to help improve the quality of life for residents who live in older and often mis-managed communities. LKR utilizes its wealth of experience and advanced repositioning strategies to create higher demand and inherent property management. We will train you to succeed.
Our company has a broad range of skills, including:
• Community development
• Administrative duties ( Microsoft 365)
• Socialization skills
• Communication
• Real Estate education
I would welcome the opportunity to further discuss this position with you. If you have questions or would like to schedule an interview, please contact me by phone at 631-392-4450 or by email at

lakesha clark

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