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Employment information center of the American Friends Service Committee

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The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker Organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service.  Its work is based on the Quaker belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Read more about AFSC's commitment to diversity and inclusion.

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Full Time, Philadelphia, PA or East Coast proximate (New York City to Washington, DC)

Director of Leadership Gifts

The Director of Leadership Gifts focuses on the cultivation and solicitation of individuals who have the greatest potential for supporting AFSC’s programs and supervises gift officers who also solicit leadership gifts (unrestricted and restricted).  The Director of Leadership Gifts relates to donors who require the most deftly carried out cultivation leading to solicitation of major gifts, planned or blended gifts, including bequest intentions.  The Director of Leadership Gifts will have some expertise in financial planning, estate planning, and life income gift issues and an interest in developing it further in concert with the Director of Planned Gifts. 

Full Time, Concord, NH

Program Coordinator, New Hampshire Program

The New Hampshire Program collaborates with individuals, partner groups and coalitions to promote economic and social justice and peace in accordance with the current program plan. The Program Coordinator implements key areas of program work to support movement-building for racial, social and economic justice, with special attention to community organizing, popular education and training, and communications. The Program Coordinator also provides administrative and operational support for the AFSC-NH office.   

Full Time, Philadelphia, PA

Regional Controller

The Regional Controller will work closely and collaboratively with regional management and central office leadership to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the AFSC’s financial results and associated reports. The Regional Controller actively participates in financial and operational: a) reporting, b) operational research and analysis, and c) grant submissions and post-award reporting and compliance; and d) developing and analyzing capital and operating budgets.

Part Time, Newark, NJ

Organizing and Advocacy Intern, Immigrant Rights Program

The Organizing and Advocacy Intern will support two policy initiatives: Newark Language Access and Immigrant Trust Directive Compliance project. Under the supervision of the Organizing and Advocacy Director, the intern will conduct or continue outreach to the Newark City Council, Mayor’s office, and supportive partners to improve language access for immigrants in Newark. The Organizing and Advocacy Intern will also record potential violations of the Immigrant Trust Directive identified by AFSC staff or partners and follow up on missing information.

Part Time, Newark, NJ

Social Media and Communications Intern, Immigrant Rights Program

The Social Media and Communications Intern will work with the Immigrant Rights Program to create social media presence, post material and assist the Program in brainstorming social media campaigns. The intern will also train staff and volunteers on effective use of various social media platforms.

Part Time, Newark, NJ & New York, NY

Social Media and Communications Intern, Healing Justice Program

The Social Media and Communications Intern will work with the Healing Justice Program to create social media presence, posts material and assist the Program in brainstorming social media campaigns. The intern will also train staff and volunteers on effective use of various social media platforms.

Part Time, Newark, NJ

Legal Services Intern, Detention Project

Our Detention Team provides universal representation to clients detained at the Elizabeth Detention Center and Essex County Jail. Legal interns with the Detention Team will assist staff in bi-monthly legal screenings at the detention centers.  The Intern will assist in research and case preparation for detained immigrants and will have the opportunity to observe and participate in immigration court proceedings at the Elizabeth Immigration Court.

Part Time, Red Bank, NJ

Legal Services Intern, Community Justice Project

Legal Interns with our Community Justice Teams will work with AFSC attorneys to conduct intake interviews to determine eligibility for immigration benefits such as asylum, withholding of removal, protection under the Convention against Torture, cancellation of removal, VAWA, U Visa, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status or other immigration relief. The Intern will assist in research and case preparation for immigrants represented by AFSC.  The internship will offer the opportunity to observe and participate in immigration court proceedings (detained and non-detained), as well as USCIS interviews.  

Part Time, Newark, NJ

Legal Services Intern, Community Justice Project

Legal Interns with our Community Justice Teams will work with AFSC attorneys to conduct intake interviews to determine eligibility for immigration benefits such as asylum, withholding of removal, protection under the Convention against Torture, cancellation of removal, VAWA, U Visa, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status or other immigration relief. The Intern will assist in research and case preparation for immigrants represented by AFSC.  The internship will offer the opportunity to observe and participate in immigration court proceedings (detained and non-detained), as well as USCIS interviews.   

Part Time, Perry, ME

Padosi Fellow, Wabanaki Program

The Fellow will support the Program Director in planning, shaping, developing and implementing Wabanaki program work. The Wabanaki program does de-colonization and criminal justice organizing and education with youth ages 14-23, including hosting trainings and workshops to educate young people on the effects colonization and the criminal justice system have had on native communities in Maine, with an emphasis on incorporating creative, cultural, and artistic components that center on self-care, creative expression and healing justice.

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