ERASE Racism, Inc., a regional civil rights non-profit with an office on Long Island, NY, is seeking the services of a Diversity Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Training Coordinator Consultant to design, deliver, and drive impact through learning programs that will support organizations and school districts’ abilities to develop and embed Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Cultural competencies intended to cultivate an equitable, anti-racist culture of anti-bias, inclusiveness and belonging.
The Director of Institutional Giving will function at a senior, strategic level to develop strategies to sustain and grow institutional funding from current and prospective foundation and government entities.
Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development
Helping children lead healthy lives in a digital worldTHE SEARCH Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development (Children and Screens), founded in 2013 to serve as the nation’s leading interdisciplinary convenor, scientific grantmaker, curator of objective scientific research, and public educator in the field of digital media and child development, seeks a passionate, entrepreneurial, and mission-driven leader with exceptional strategic and administrative skills to serve as the organization’s next Executive Director.
Landmark on Main Street (LOMS) is a not-for-profit community center in a 100+ year old building that houses the beautiful 425-seat Jeanne Rimsky Theater and Doctors’ Gymnasium.The Director of Development reports to Landmark on Main Street’s Executive Director and is responsible for creating and implementing a plan to increase individual and corporate support for the organization.
Overview Nonprofit New York is committed to offering an internship program that provides future nonprofit leaders work experience in a nonprofit and introduces them to best practices for excellent nonprofit management and governance. Our internship program will provide hands-on experience by involving interns in projects that are critical to the day-to-day operations and overall vision of Nonprofit New York.
Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI) is a chartered member of NeighborWorks® and is committed to making dreams of long-term economic stability come true.
ERASE Racism, Inc., a regional civil rights not-for-profit with an office on Long Island, NY, is seeking the services of a full time Coordinator/Manager of its Education Equity Initiative. Candidates seeking this position must have intermediate or expert knowledge of education policy issues or public school education practices in New York State and/or Long Island, as well as intermediate or expert level skills in at least two of the following areas: civic engagement, public advocacy, action research or civil rights advocacy.
ERASE Racism is seeking a full-time Organizer to educate and mobilize residents and other organizations to support projects, proposals, and policies that increase affordable housing on Long Island; especially, housing that challenges racial segregation and discrimination.
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