Posts Tagged: community organizing

The Family Van: Outreach & Communications Coordinator

The Family Van is a mobile health clinic that works to improve health equity using their “Knowledgeable Neighbor” model of care. The “Knowledgeable Neighbor” model of care is a community-based approach that increases access to quality, affordable healthcare; promotes healthy behaviors; expands screening and early detection efforts; and facilitates strategies for appropriate management of existing chronic diseases. The neighborhoods served by the Family Van, including Dorchester, East Boston, and Roxbury, continue to have the highest rates of preventable diseases and chronic health conditions in Boston. The Family Van operates in a non-hierarchical environment and focuses on leveraging and building their team members’ strengths to achieve their shared goals. Trained staff members on the Family Van live in the communities that they serve and always strive to cultivate a friendly, nonjudgmental, and comfortable atmosphere that invites local residents to seek care.

The Outreach & Communications Coordinator works to raise awareness about our programs and services with external partners and in target communities. They work with our team and volunteers to do community outreach, both in the community and via social media; deliver workshops with staff; and collaborate with other organizations. The fellow executes communications strategies and projects, including creating content for

Grace Immigrant Outreach: Immigrant Services Fellow

Grace Immigrant Outreach is an advocacy and services organization connecting immigrants to needed resources.

The Immigrant Services Fellow will assist with these services as well as help lead a bilingual immigrant youth group which offers community, mentoring and leadership opportunities to its members.  

Conversational Spanish required.

This placement is available through our Millbrook, NY-based program, Grace Year.

Apply today.

Bread for the World: Organizing Associate

Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our state and our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. Working through churches, campuses, and other organizations, Bread informs and equips people to advocate for local and federal legislation that will help end hunger and poverty.

The Organizing Associate will be responsible for project management, campus organizing, communications, and more.

This placement is available through our Indianapolis-based program, Trinity Service Corps.

Apply today.

Network for Social Justice: Program Coordinator

The mission of Network for Social Justice is to advance equity and inclusion towards targeted systemic change in the town of Winchester, Massachusetts and beyond. The Program Coordinator Fellow will organize youth activities, oversee outreach to local faith communities, support the research development and expansion of new anti-racism learning workshops, trainings and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion consultancies, and assist with community organizing around specific issues and campaigns, as they arise.