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Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015 10:06 AM


Our company is interested in hiring only ONE female Scheduling Agent/Salesgirl/Customer Service Representative to answer phones in the comfort of her own home for our Bodywork Specialist – adult in nature type of business.

You need to have a wonderful phone personality, and you must be great at sales with a winning personality. Your daily work duties will be to schedule appointments for our Bodywork Specialist. You must be able to explain to our clients all pertinent information regarding the appointment. You need to be an efficient at multi-tasking. Also, you must be able and comfortable in promoting our business by blogging, forum posting ads, and forum interactions.

We are interested in hiring an individual of high intelligence and personal charm, capable of working under extreme pressure. Must be able to multi-task, be resourceful, be flexible, be cheerful, and be even-tempered. The individual selected for this position must be completely trustworthy, as she will be entrusted with interacting with our clientele, and representing our business. The individual must be able to represent customers’ best interests with the company while remaining completely loyal to the company. Must be a self-starter with high initiative and an excellent team player. Must have your own phone and access to a computer.

We are not hiring college students at this time.

E-mail us a resume and cover letter. We will e-mail you further about the job.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015 2:00 AM




(New York Office)

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Human Rights Watch ("HRW")
is seeking a highly qualified candidate for the position of Digital Advocate to develop online advocacy efforts around the world. The Digital Advocate will leverage the successes of Human Rights Watch's existing advocacy and communications methodologies. The Digital Advocate will launch a pilot program of online advocacy campaigns to complement Human Rights Watch's overall advocacy strategies. She/he will develop a model and tools which are consistent with HRW messaging and branding and capitalize on the organization's credibility and strength of reporting to engage the public in achieving specific advocacy objectives. The successful candidate will test and evaluate various digital tools and campaign strategies in order to develop an impactful program for HRW advocacy.

HRW is looking for a strategic and creative digital thinker with a deep understanding of the online advocacy landscape and/or social media campaigning experience and strong management, project leadership, and organizational skills to institutionalize new initiatives in a global organization. This is an opportunity to guide digital advocacy innovation at Human Rights Watch and mobilize global audiences on the most pressing human rights issues of the day. The position is based in the New York headquarters and reports jointly to the Advocacy and Digital departments.


1. Conceptualize, design, and execute a digital advocacy strategy to achieve concrete advocacy objectives as set by HRW's research and advocacy staff;

2. Assist research and advocacy staff in identifying, formulating and carrying out the digital side of advocacy initiatives;

3. Evaluate the effectiveness of individual campaigns to determine what methods are most useful, including using detailed analytics and metrics for assessment, and report back to key stake holders;

4. Educate HRW staff in the tools and techniques of digital advocacy, and help them understand when and where such advocacy will be effective;

5. Act as a catalyst to encourage and inspire research and advocacy staff to participate in early experimentation with digital engagement;

6. Seek strategic alliances with other organizations and pro bono vendors to leverage the ability of HRW to have impact;

7. Serve as a liaison between the research and advocacy staff deploying digital advocacy, and the digital team responsible for executing those campaigns technically;

8. Collaborate closely with the creative, marketing and development teams to ensure that digital campaigns are used effectively with HRW's communities of support;

9. Stay current with developments in the world of digital advocacy to keep abreast of new technologies, with an eye to adopting best practices developed by others; and

10. Carry out any other duties as required.


A degree in journalism, international relations, media innovation or social sciences is preferred. An advanced degree is highly desirable.

Experience: The candidate should have a minimum of five years' experience working on digital advocacy, with a proven track record of successful campaigns.

Related Skills and Knowledge:

1. Experience working within non-governmental organizations is required.

2. Strong commitment to and experience working on human rights is strongly preferred.

3. A strong ability to analyze all metrics associated with digital advocacy, with the aim of evaluating their effectiveness in concrete terms, is required. Familiarity with search engine optimization (SEO), google analytics and web languages is a plus.

4. Excellent oral and written communication skills across social platforms in English and the ability to synthesize content for popular audiences are essential.

5. Strong initiative and follow-through, the capacity to think creatively and strategically are all required. Experience with change management is desirable.

6. Strong interpersonal skills in order to work collaboratively within HRW as well as with external partners is required.

7. Ability to work quickly and effectively under pressure with a broad range of people and as part of a team.

Salary and Benefits: HRW seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and employer-paid benefits. HRW will pay reasonable relocation expenses and will assist employees in obtaining necessary work authorization, if required; citizens of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.

Only complete applications will be reviewed and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Human Rights Watch is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce, actively seeks a diverse applicant pool.

Human Rights Watch is an international human rights monitoring and advocacy organization known for its in-depth investigations, its incisive and timely reporting, its innovative and high-profile advocacy campaigns, and its success in changing the human rights-related policies and practices of influential governments and international institutions.

How to apply

Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, salary requirements, a brief unedited writing sample, sample collateral from a successful digital campaign and contact information for three references to Please use "Digital Advocate Ref: ADV-15-1002" as the subject of your email.

• Location: Manhattan, 350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor

Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015 12:11 AM


"With so much important work to be done, it shouldn't be so hard to build a meaningful career." -- Antuan Cannon, Envirolution One, CEO Are You Looking For A Job In The Energy Efficiency Field?

● Having a hard time finding jobs?

● Having a hard time getting any response from employers?

● Maybe you are getting interviews but keep hearing that you need more technical training and/or hands-on experience?

● Or perhaps you're currently employed and are looking to transition to a more fulfilling career that allows you to make a living AND a positive impact? IF ANY OF THESE ARE TRUE FOR YOU, THEN THIS PROGRAM IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOU!

Through our innovative hybrid bootcamp training program that combines classroom training, mentoring and fieldwork, participants gain invaluable real-world, hands-on experience and concrete energy auditing and project management skills that are applicable across a wide spectrum of career opportunities in the emerging Green Economy.Benefits:

● JOB PLACEMENT assistance upon successful completion (with over 80% placement success rate within 3 months)

● Average salary range upon placement : $35k - $65k ● Extensive networking opportunities with our various national partners and our successful Alumni. (As the saying goes "Its not who we are but who we know")

● Additional subsequent training opportunities (i.e. Certification test-prep for BPI, LEED, CEA, NABCEP)

● Over 100 hrs of customizable project experience GREEN Job Placement: Upon successful completion of the program, we provide placement assistance into the following jobs types: 1. Energy Auditing & Engineering 2. Project /Program Management & Coordinating 3. Energy Analysis & Benchmarking 4. Sustainability Management & Coordinating 5. Energy Efficiency Sales & Outreach We Will Never Turn Anyone Away Solely Based On Financial Limitations!

● We provide upfront payment discounts as well as payment plans.

● We even provide deferment options which can be paid after you find employment!

● Each session we pledge to scholarship 1-2 candidates through our workforce partners.

CONTACT: For more information on Envirolution One's Win­Win Campaign, please feel free to contact us at: Recruitment Manager: (914) 563­3647 Office



How to apply: To be considered for participation in this program, please apply here:

You can also send your resume and cover letter to

Note that each session of the program is limited to 25 participants.

• Location: Manhattan, 1916 Park Ave

Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015 12:11 AM


Community & Media Outreach Interns (2-3) to reach out to local NYC community to generate media, community, big and small business, local government, nonprofit support for the first ever NYC Social Innovation Festival. This an opportunity to be part of something really huge and impactful from the ground up!

The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who thrives in an invigorating innovative environment and enjoys wearing multiple hats. Passion for helping underserved communities and for expanding educational, economic, and social opportunities in New York City.

Creative proactive community builders encouraged! Come with ideas and passion for social impact. Students, Activists, Artists and Performers welcome. Direct experience not necessary. This is a great training opportunity to building community support and events.

Two strategy meetings per week at Center for Social Innovation in Chelsea. Other hours are flexible and work can be done remotely. Social media, email, telephone outreach to media and local community for media coverage, community partnerships, ticket sales, and participation.

Internships qualify for small stipend. Bonus possible post festival depending on your work performance and success of events. Eligible for course credit, to the extent accepted by your College or University.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Assisting Executive Director and NYCSIF team in executing and follow through: creating a big buzz, community building about "doing good in your hood." Bringing NYC together through 5 borough social innovation for good.

Marketing festival events to local small business, community organizations,
Writing copy for web & marketing content
Strengthening existing community relationships and developing new ones
Supporting roles at the festival events.
Providing organizational support.
Must work well independently and in a team.

Students Welcome.
Time: 15-20 hours/week
Start Date: January 16- March 16, 2015.

Skills Desired:
Passion for building a better world and city.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Strong work ethic and ability to self-manage.
Social Media-literate
Good with deadlines; punctual; time-management skills
Outgoing upbeat personality.

How to apply

Send resume with experience, skills to
Must haves: Don't forget a cover letter that tells us why being part of this initiative is important to you. How are you passionate about social change?

• Location: Manhattan, 601 West 26 Street

Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015 12:11 AM


The Sylvia Center at Katchkie Farm is offering a 6-month internship for our Farm to Table Garden Program for the 2015 growing season. Working in collaboration with the Education Director and Culinary Instructor, the Farm to Table Garden Program Intern will learn to develop, prepare for, and eventually act as the lead instructor for the garden component of our farm to table educational programs. This individual will come to hold a leadership role in the management of the half-acre Children's Garden, manage the care of animals on the farm, assist in leading volunteers in the field, help with the culinary portion of the program as needed, help conduct special on and off farm events and programs, and provide general operational and administrative support to the non-profit. Educational opportunity topics include: farm to table education for children, small scale organic gardening, and basic culinary technique and meal creation. The Farm to Table Garden Program Intern will work directly with, and be supervised by, the Education Director.

Internship Schedule

The Garden Program Internship begins May 4, 2015 and ends October 30, 2015. The number of days and hours per week will vary over the course of the season. May and October will be 5 days/week at 40-45 hrs/week. June and September will be 5-6 days/week at 50-55 hrs/week. July and August will be 5-6 days/week at 55 hrs/week. Chores will be assigned for days off on a rotating basis.

This work and learn experience is designed for someone who would like to:

Teach educational garden programs that emphasize food literacy, nutrition, and the importance of eating local, fresh, organic, seasonal produce to participants of all ages.
Take their beginner experience in organic gardening to the next level by taking on managerial responsibilities for a large, highly diverse children's garden and managing the care of chickens and small livestock.
Learn basic culinary technique and creative seasonal cooking and work with children in this capacity.
Do physically demanding farm work as well as challenging and creative program planning and office tasks.
Be involved in all aspects of an organization working to create meaningful relationships between children and their food.
Learn new skills by actively shadowing, inquiring, and doing.

Required Qualifications

One – two full seasons of experience working on a small farm or an intensively managed vegetable garden.
Degree or work experience in education, agriculture, natural sciences, environmental studies, horticulture, outdoor recreation, or related field.
Strong interest in the farm-to-table movement, children's health issues, and participating in culinary work.
Experience working with children, ideally in an outdoor setting.
A strong and cooperative work ethic and communication skills, a good sense of humor, and the desire to work as part of a close-knit team.
Positive attitude, ambitious, motivated, organized, patient, flexible, conscientious, and responsible.
Ability to work independently and efficiently on assigned projects.
Ability to rise to the occasion with a positive attitude when unexpected tasks need to be completed.
Desire to be involved in all aspects of a small non-profit organization.
Current CPR and First-Aid Certification, valid driver's license, and ability to operate a commercial van.
Ability to work long hours (including early mornings, late evenings, and weekends), lift up to 50 lbs, and perform physical, outdoor jobs in all weather.

How to apply

Please email your resume, cover letter, and three references, at least two professional, (include name, relationship, phone number, and email address) to Julie Cerny, Education Director and Garden Manager, To receive additional details about this opportunity, please request via email.

• Location: Manhattan, 34 Fischer Rd. Ext. Kinderhook (Upstate)

Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015 12:02 AM

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• Location: Queens, Staten Island

Posted: Sunday, January 25, 2015 9:45 PM


Stonewall Community Foundation seeks a part-time intern to start immediately to support day-to-day special events-related projects. Stonewall events include, but are not limited to, the Vision Awards, REVEL, and educational convenings on timely social issues. These are prominent events located throughout New York City featuring noteworthy LGBTQ community honorees and grantees, and high-profile attendees.


Stonewall is a leading organization in public LGBTQ philanthropy and the only public foundation focused on the needs of New York City's diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community. We raise money and direct grants and critical resources to the array of organizations and programs that center on LGBTQ lives, safety, civil rights, and wellness.

Over the past 25 years we have awarded close to $17 million to more than 600 nonprofit organizations through scholarships, targeted grant initiatives, and our Fund Partner Program, which currently comprises more than 50 grantmaking funds.

POSITION: Special Events Intern

This internship presents an exciting opportunity to gain hands-on experience in philanthropy at one of the country's most prolific LGBTQ public foundations. The intern will work with both development and program staff to create and execute fundraising events and educational convenings for the LGBTQ community.


Develop and update promotional materials
Participate in the creation, planning, and execution of all special events
Research and procure venues and vendors, soliciting service quotes as needed
Attend events to provide on-site assistance and coordination
Take the lead on event-related social media outreach
Lead administrative projects related to events and convenings, including the development of documents and other necessary materials


Keen attention to detail and data accuracy
Familiarity with database management tools
Strong conceptual, critical, and creative thinking abilities
Adept at working both independently and with a team
A passion for LGBTQ-related work and belief in the mission of Stonewall
A demeanor demonstrating integrity, judgment, cultural sensitivity, and flexibility
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Excellent written communication and phone skills
Tech savvy
A sense of humor
Ability to lift/move up to 15lbs as they relate to event set-up/break-down


Eligible candidates must be at least 21 years of age
Average 10 to 15 hours a week at $15 per hour (can get as high as 20 hours a week during event weeks)
Flexible schedule
Commuting travel stipend is provided for metro NYC area locals
We are committed to building a diverse staff and encourage applications from lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and gender non-conforming people, and people of color.

NOTE: No degree is required, but relevant work or volunteer experience in the nonprofit sector is preferred.

How to apply

Please submit resume & cover letter to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, as they are received.

No phone calls, please

• Location: Manhattan, 446 West 33rd St., 6th Fl

Posted: Sunday, January 25, 2015 4:13 AM


Position Summary:

ACE is seeking a full-time Aftercare Associate to help provide job-retention and support services for individuals who have completed our job readiness training program and secured full-time employment. ACE's aftercare program provides graduates with life long support, case management services, and career development opportunities.

Under the guidance of the Aftercare Coordinator, the Aftercare Associate's responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following tasks, geared toward assisting our graduates' job retention and job quality;


Remain in contact with graduates with weekly case management sessions and monthly outreach during graduates' first 21 months of employment
Conduct site visits to graduates' places of employment
Facilitate groups on job-retention topics and daily living skills
Facilitate computer classes, assist with filling out online applications and developing computer proficiencies
Provide case management services, including individualized counseling, making referrals and coaching graduates on life skills and employment expectations
Address issues related to the transition to independent living including socialization, housing, budgeting and stress management
Provide job-search assistance as needed, including writing resumes, conducting mock interviews, as helping graduates conduct a job search
Locate formal educational opportunities and affordable training options for graduates
Enter employment data into participant-tracking database, Salesforce
Create monthly graduate newsletters
Assist in coordination of monthly social events for graduates
Report to the Aftercare Coordinator, assist with other duties as assigned


Bachelors Degree
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and internet navigation
Excellent interpersonal skills and comfortable working with a diverse population
A commitment to helping formerly homeless individuals transition to self-sufficiency and pursue their long-term vocational goals

How to apply

Email your resume and cover letter to Please include 'Aftercare Associate' in the subject line.

• Location: Manhattan, 598 Broadway, 7th Floor

Posted: Sunday, January 25, 2015 12:06 AM


The OneVoice Movement seeks a Development Intern to provide support for our New York office's development work – from planning and strategizing on ways to reach fundraising goals to projects as needed in fulfillment of our mission. This internship offers opportunities to gain experience in grant writing, development, and fundraising while increasing knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Applicants should have great communication skills, be organized and detailed-oriented, flexible, a fast learner, a team player, and one who takes initiative and pride in their work. Although the OneVoice Movement boasts a fast-paced work environment, it also values personal development and enthusiasm for learning. This internship will run from February to May 2015.


Research potential donors/foundations and corporate grant making institutions
Maintain donor database and records
Provide research support for grant narratives
Development projects

Required skills:

B.A. in International Affairs, Middle East Studies, Political Science, or a related field (or currently attending university in pursuit thereof)
Knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its narratives
Excellent research and writing skills
Attention to detail
A great sense of humor and enthusiasm for learning

Preferred skills:

Field experience in Israel and/or Palestine
Experience working with Salesforce
Experience in research

Please send a cover letter, resume, and the names and telephone numbers of two professional references to Christina Taler, Development & Grants Officer with "Development Intern" written in the subject line.

No phone inquiries please.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 3:23 PM


I like exercising. I'm making educational videos of me doing physical workout exercises so I can put the videos on Youtube for people to watch to learn how to exercise. I want you to video tape me with my camera phone while I do the exercises because it's impossible for me to exercise and tape myself at the same time. This is a easy job that anybody can do. You can be a male or female, teenager or adult to do this job. Job is two hours. Pay is $25 per hour. This job will be done in my home in Yonkers. If your coming from NYC you have to take the #1 train to Van Cortland Park 242 St and then take a normal bus which is right outside of the train station. The bus ride is 30 minutes. If you can do this job tomorrow please send the following information.

1: Phone number
2: Name
3: Age
4: Are you coming from NYC or Westchester?
5: What time are you available tomorrow?

I will text you asap so please check your text messages. This job is still available if this ad is still up. Please be advised that I'm not emailing.

• Location: Manhattan, Yonkers

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 4:16 AM


St Boniface

We are a Roman Catholic parish

Brooklyn, NY

Part Time Employee

0-2 years

Undergraduate Degree

Base Pay: Hourly

St. Boniface Parish in Brooklyn seeks part-time Director of Religious Education for Grades 1-7 (170 children). Must be highly organized and facile with computer technology.

July 1, 2015 start. Master's degree preferred but all applications will be considered. See resume and cover letter to

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 12:14 AM


The Long Island Bike Challenge (LIBC) is eager to engage a part-time (approximately 15 hours/week) development intern. LIBC is a yeartly charity bike ride across Long Island in order to raise money for medical research to defeat cancer, and disease. Monies raised are donated to the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research which is composed of more than 1,500 physicians, and scientists of the North Shore-LIJ Health System and is a growing force in research innovation, imagination and discovery


The development intern will work with the LIBC Director to implement the near and long-term development strategies. Intern duties may include:

Assist with 2015 outreach campaign, including writing, market segmentation, research, etc.
Update and maintain donor database;
Conduct due-diligence donor screening;
Prepare monthly outreach to potential donors;
Support the organization of meetings and events;
Occasionally perform related event planning duties
Perform other operational tasks as assigned.


The right candidate will possess the following skills and knowledge:

Excellent oral and written communication skills in English;
Adept at using MS Excel and have a knack for organizing and analyzing data;
Must be detailed-oriented, well-organized, and know how to prioritize multiple tasks;
Enthusiasm for fundraising and nonprofit development;
Familiarity with the mission and work of the LIBC.

Duration and period

This internship will be for a three to six month period, with the possibility of paid employment for the right candidate.


Applicants must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.

How to apply

Those interested in pursuing a development internship with LIBC should submit a resume/CV and cover letter to Please specify: Development Intern in the subject line. No phone calls.

• Location: Long Island, 1366 Odell Street, Wantagh

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 12:14 AM


ACMH, Inc.


Provides direct service to participants. Assists with training in skills of daily living including cooking, cleaning, budgeting, socialization, and conflict resolution in a 16 bed OMH Licensed Program for young adults, ages 18-24.

Reports to:

Director, Young Adult Apartments at Markus Gardens


•Provides hands-on support and training with daily living skills: planning and preparing nutritious meals, maintaining living space, personal hygiene, budgeting and money management – including banking and paying bills.

•Regularly assess and trains participants to care for their health and hygiene and maintain their living space.
•Monitors and documents client self-administration of medication, according to program policy and procedures.
•Conducts regular apartment inspections, and oversees maintenance of apartments, inventories furniture, and alerts director of maintenance problems.

•Upholds house rules and tenant obligations, submitting “violation slips” to the director.

•Assist in leading groups and recreational activities
•Alerts supervisor on duty to incidents, regressions and high risk behaviors.

•Provides empathy and individualized support to program participants, as needed.

•Assists participants with conflict resolution.
•Documents services delivered, response to service and significant events, incidents, regressions and high risk behaviors.
•Trains participants in safety procedures and conducts fire drills and self-preservation tests.

•Attends trainings as requested by supervisory personnel.
•Duties as assigned by supervisor.

Salary: $31,068 – $32,000 plus generous benefits


High school diploma or G.E.D. Bachelors preferred. Progressively responsible work history. Experience with persons with mental illness/addictive disorders preferred. Experience as a graduate of foster care or residential treatment, a plus.

Resume and cover letter should be directed to:

Doris Sasser

Senior Resident Advisor/Evening Duty Supervisor, Young Adult Apartments at Markus Gardens

Fax: (718) 725-9656


ACMH, Inc (Care Management and Housing) promotes the wellness and recovery of persons with mental illness living in New York City and is a leader in the provision of care management, rehabilitation, and housing.

For more information, visit our website:

• Location: Queens

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 12:14 AM



The Center for NYC Neighborhoods (the Center) is a non-profit organization that aims to promote and protect affordable and sustainable homeownership in New York City, focusing on those neighborhoods hardest hit by foreclosure.
At present, the Center has two main policy goals: (1) promoting affordable housing by reducing defaults and foreclosures in New York City and ensuring that policy makers are aware of the continuing impact of mortgage distress on New Yorkers, and (2) ensuring that homeowners impacted by Hurricane Sandy are provided with the assistance, information, and support needed in order to recover, and to keep their homes affordable for the long-term.
The Center's current projects support our policy goals and respond to a range of issues affecting homeowners in New York City. These include consumer education and advocacy regarding flood insurance reform, researching and developing consumer education tools to prevent mortgage rescue scams, reforming the City's tax lien sale process, and researching the feasibility and benefits of a community land trust for foreclosed homes in New York City.

Position Description

The Policy and Communications Fellow will be involved in all aspects of the Policy and Communications team's work. The Policy and Communications Fellow's primary responsibilities will be to:

Conduct research to advance the Center's policy goals.
Provide project support to the Center's advocacy coalitions.
Assist in outreach and events with partner community-based organizations, elected officials, and community-based groups.
Assist in the crafting of communications, such as press releases, white papers, blog posts, and other mixed media materials.
Assist in preparation for events such as conferences, panels, etc.


Current or recent graduate student in law, urban planning, public policy, or a related field.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated experience conducting legal, policy, and/or social science research. Quantitative analysis skills and experience preferred.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively; ability to set and meet deadlines and balance multiple projects simultaneously.
Experience working with legal services, housing counseling, single and small multifamily finance, community development grant making, or related field desired.
Familiarity with the causes and proposed interventions and solutions related to foreclosure and the subprime / credit crisis.
High level proficiency with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other standard office tools.
Proficiency in Salesforce and data analysis platforms a plus.

This position is for Spring 2014. We are open to either part-time or full-time Fellows.

How to apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to Please note "Policy and Communications Fellow" in the subject line. We ask that you limit your resume to 1-2 pages and send us your cover letter and resume combined as a single pdf file. Please note that we will not consider submissions that do not meet the criteria for this position, particularly the requirement that the Fellow be a current or recent graduate student.

• Location: Manhattan, 17 Battery Place South, Suite 728

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 12:14 AM


The TASC Group (Tactics, Advocacy, Strategy and Communications) is a full service public relations and communications firm that represents businesses, organizations, associations, non-profits, sports figures, artists and celebrities. Our clients are organizations, businesses and individuals, who are committed to better our communities. We only hire employees who are 100% dedicated to the missions and goals of the clients we represent. Both our CEO and Senior Director are Columbia University alumni. Please refer to our supplemental information packed located on our website for background on our clients. They are doing some really incredible work!


Increased knowledge of publicist/press relationships
Introduction to public advocacy work and media coverage
Understanding how to monitor clients in the press
Increased level of writing and understanding press releases, media pitches, etc.
Increased researching skills
Introductory knowledge of celebrity management
Introductory knowledge to event management when applicable


Basic administrative duties, such as filing, answering phones, etc.
Press Outreach/ Light media pitching
Effectively monitor press for clients
Understand basic principles of public relations


Completed at least 32 credits
Maintains a 2.5 GPA or above
Communications /Business/Journalism/Public Relations/Social Justice Major/Minor preferable
Minimum 2 days, preferably 3+
Social Media knowledge and experience
Proficiency in Microsoft Office systems

How to apply

Email a resume and cover letter to

• Location: Manhattan, 153 West 27th Street, #405

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 12:14 AM


New York State Senator Brad Hoylman seeks a part-time or full-time intern for his district office for the Spring Semester. Internships are unpaid but provide a valuable opportunity for students to gain experience and earn academic credit.

Interns are given a unique and in-depth legislative and casework experience. This gives interns the opportunity to monitor issues, conduct legislative research, assist constituents, attend meetings, and draft memos and correspondence. Duties also include some administrative support. Applicants should be friendly, professional, and detail-oriented with the ability to work well in a fast-paced environment.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Tara Klein at

• Location: Manhattan, 322 8th Avenue Suite 1700

Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2015 12:14 AM


Mid-Bronx CCRP Early Childhood Center, Inc.

To enhance the quality of life for residents of the South Bronx
To ensure they are afforded the opportunity for economic and social well-being that will enable them to remain in the community and live with dignity for themselves and their surroundings
To encourage them to become vocal, active and positive contributors to, and forces in their community

Job Description

Family Worker


The Family Worker supports parents as they identify and meet their own goals,nurture the development of their children in the context of their family and culture. Assist the Health Coordinator with families' health and nutrition needs. Maintains accurate records and information on children and families that ensures accessibility to quality services as needed in the community. Help parents in strengthening their knowledge of community resources while supporting parents in problem solving.


· BA degree College Credits in Social Work or related field

· One to two years experience

· Good communication skills, oral & written.

· Good interpersonal skills with ability to work as part of a team.

· Some Family Worker positions require bilingual skills.

· Community Resident Preferred

· Physical Requirement: Physical examination (includes screening for tuberculosis) to show that the individual does not pose a risk to the safety and health of others because communicable diseases.



· Recruitment and Intake of children.

· Schedule Home visits for families and accompany teachers when needed.

· Assessing family needs and making referrals to community service providers.

· Promote preventive services and early intervention for health, housing, nutrition, violence, child abuse & neglect, and counseling.

· Maintain up to date child & family records.

· Monitor attendance and absences (calling parents daily when children are absent)

· Sharing of information with appropriate staff members as needed. Participate in team meetings.

· Participate in Interdisciplinary team meeting.

· Assist in the classroom as needed (including field trips).

· Escort children to receive services off-site if necessary.

· Assist parents in completion of forms.

· Register children in Universal Pre-kindergarten classes with Department of Education. Completes monthly attendance report.

· Register families in the Cool Culture program.

· Coordinate class committee meetings.

· Actively promote parent participation/involvement.

· Recruit parents for workshops and other parent activities.

All communications are potentially sensitive and are subject to Head Start's policy on confidentiality

II. Services

· Answer office phones and direct calls

· Attend In Service Training.

· Attend meetings, trainings, and appropriate professional development activities.

· Attend ACS Social Services Network meetings.

· Accompany parents to off-site services.

III.Responsible to the Director of Social Services and Program Director

IV. Performs duties outside this job description when required for the efficient delivery of services to children and families.

How to apply

Send resumes to

• Location: Bronx, 1125 Grand Concourse

Posted: Friday, January 23, 2015 7:28 PM



• Location: Queens

Posted: Friday, January 23, 2015 6:14 PM


Do you think you have Pretty Feet? If so, we're looking for women to model for our website. Need women of all races, nationalities, cultures, shapes, size, and colors to model. Please send a pic of your feet and contact info for consideration. Must be 18+

• Location: Other, Philadelphia, PA

Posted: Friday, January 23, 2015 5:26 PM


Working Families

Working Families is a progressive independent political organization that fights for social, economic, and racial justice -- and wins. Formed by labor unions, community organizations, and grassroots activists, our aim is to advance bold policy goals that support dignity and justice for working class communities, communities of color, and the unemployed. Working Families combines issue advocacy campaigns with year-round electoral engagement to win ground breaking policies and elect strong progressive champions. If our brand of common sense progressive politics is for you, please consider the following opportunity.

Upstate Political Organizer

Working Families is searching for a Political Organizer who can be the core driver of our strategy to recruit and support progressive champions to run for elected office. Our goal is to inspire, identify, and train hundreds of progressive activists in New York to consider running for office each year. We will then recruit and elect these progressive champions who will lift up workers, families, farmers, retirees and all New Yorkers once in office.

The Political Organizer will recruit and support members and leaders who in turn support issue and electoral campaigns that advance the interests of NY Working Families. The Political Organizer will assist in the development of the strategy and tactics for elections and campaigns working closely with allies, coalition partners, candidates, elected officials and WFP staff.

This position represents an opportunity for a candidate who wants to gain the experience, skills and relationships needed to build a career in politics, government and/or the labor movement.

Primary Responsibilities

Community outreach to unions, groups, and organizations to conduct presentations about running for office
Organize panel discussions led by candidates to inspire others to run for office
Coordinate trainings on the skills needed to win elections
Work with WFP leadership and Political Director to identify priority electoral races
Participate in candidate recruitment and vetting
Coordinate and participate in the nomination petitioning process, which includes door-to-door canvassing to collect nominating petition signatures
Coordinate candidate and district research
Coordinate labor and community support for priority candidates
Staff candidate call time to recruit supporters and raise money for their grassroots electoral campaigns
Staff electoral campaigns in various roles: volunteer coordinator, call-time manager or campaign manager

Secondary Responsibilities

Build and maintain strong relationships with local and state elected officials
Participate in lobbying elected officials on core WFP legislative issues
Provide occasional support for WFP affiliates and allies on legislative campaigns
Work with development staff to coordinate WFP local fundraising events
Participate in the development and facilitation of diverse and powerful coalitions working on legislative campaigns
Build durable relationships with key leaders of allied organization to ensure alignment around campaign goals as well as larger, long-term vision
Participate in the development of compelling narratives around our campaigns and ensure all actions and messaging reinforce our brand and values
Draft campaign plans for specific projects
Work closely with any paid or volunteer canvass to train and prepare them for the field


A passion and commitment to social, economic, and racial justice
Excellent written and verbal communications skills
Proven organizing ability, plus effectiveness in engaging potential activists and supporters
Critical thinking and problem solving skills
Drive and tenacity to advance our mission and values
Attention to detail and the ability to manage the technical aspects of a project such as paperwork, deadlines, etc.
Strong follow-through and self-direction on assignments
Ability to work effectively with strong personalities, peers, public officials, and allies
Driver's license, reliable transportation, and willingness for regular in-state travel
Experience in grassroots non-profit, labor, or political organizing a plus


Salary for this position is commensurate with the candidate's level of relevant professional experience. A competitive benefits package includes health, dental, vision, and life insurance and matching contributions into a 401(k) retirement plan, plus paid holidays, vacation, and sick time. Opportunities for advancement, travel, and additional training are available.

To Apply

Please email a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to with "Upstate Political Organizer" in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

The Working Families Party and the Working Families Organization are equal opportunity employers with a commitment to economic and social justice. Women, people of color, LGBTQ people, and members of other historically disenfranchised populations are strongly encouraged to apply.

• Location: Manhattan, Upstate

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