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6 Funded Summer Internships in Social Justice! Special Early WOW Deadline.
The Hiatt Career Center is pleased to announce a special subset of the World-of-Work (WOW) Fellowships, the Social Justice “Partner” Internships . Through the continued support of the Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice, Hiatt is partnering with 6 premier social justice mission-based organizations to offer a funded summer internship for a qualified Brandeis undergraduate at each of the following organizations
  • American Jewish World Service, NYC
  • Center for Public Integrity, DC
  • Children’s Defense Fund, DC [pending]
  • Economic Policy Institute, DC [pending]
  • Interfaith Worker Justice, Boston
  • WATCH-Waltham Alliance to Create Housing, Waltham
Fellowships of $3,500 will be awarded on a competitive basis by the end of February.
The application process for these 6 opportunities differs from the regular WOW process in that the deadline is earlier and no letter of offer is needed.
Application materials are due February 8th-15th and can be found via the Hiatt Career Center’s online-recruiting site, Hiatt NACElink . Students may do a keyword search on NACElink to find the posting.
For more information, contact Jessica Paquin, Assistant Director for Academic Internships at internships@brandeis.edu.

JOB DESCRIPTION- Assistant to the Executive Director

Greater Boston PFLAG’s SAFE SCHOOLS & COMMUNITIES PROJECT (10 hours/week)

The administrative assistant will have responsibility for assisting the Executive Director in administering programs. Assistance will include maintaining records, procuring supplies and services as directed, and providing other general assistance.

Skills required: Attention to detail, excellent communication skills, excellent organizational skills, excellent phone manner, computer skills, self-starter, able to follow instructions and work independently, excellent research skills, a passion for social justice. Website knowledge helpful.

1. Assist Director as required

Work closely with the executive director in planning and implementation of:

• Speaking engagements & faculty training
• Speaker training workshops
• Community events
• Mailings
• Grant writing

Provide other assistance as needed.

2. Maintain records for project

• Maintain & update records on all completed speaking engagements
• Maintain & update records on all speakers
• Organize and file information


3. Maintain an adequate supply of materials

• Order supplies as needed
• Monitor need for additional supplies

4. Provide reports as needed

• Assist in the preparation of reports

Please respond to:
Pam Garramone, Executive Director
pam@gbpflag.org
(781) 891-5966

JOB DESCRIPTION- Work-Study


Dear students,

Greater Boston PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons) has an immediate opening for a work-study student for up to 10 hours a week.

The full description is attached.

Please post or forward to folks you know who might be interested.

Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you!!

All the best,

Pam Garramone
Executive Director
(781) 891-5966
pam@gbpflag.org
www.gbpflag.org

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