Employment information center of the American Friends Service Committee
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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Program Associate, Peace by Piece
The Program Associate, Peace By Piece will engage in community organizing under the supervision of the Area Director in close collaboration with identified groups of local youth residents acting for change.
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.
Paul Lacey Intern, International Programs
The Paul Lacey Intern will work closely with the IP staff based in Philadelphia to provide administrative and organizational support in carrying out quality monitoring and evaluation of, and learning from, global programs including the Dialogue and Exchange Program (DEP) and Shared Security.
Country Representative, Israel and Palestine
The Country Representative is responsible for overall management and program direction, legal obligations, reporting, interpretation, and stewardship of AFSC resources. The Representative serves as official representative of the AFSC; manages contacts with government ministries, media, UN agencies, and local and international NGOs. He/she reports to Regional Director for the Middle East, supervises program staff; consults and collaborates with regional finance and Philadelphia based staff and others as appropriate.
Lovelace Fellow, Economic Activism Program
The Lovelace Fellow serving with the Economic Activism Program will provide economic activism support and to social justice movements working for immigrant rights, against immigrant detention, immigrant criminalization, mass surveillance, and border militarization.