Nonprofit Board Vacancies & Opportunities

Amandla Development is a Cape Town-based educational nonprofit implementing an innovative cradle-to-career program to ensure local youth complete school and become employable, active citizens. Seeking US-based board members. Contact Founder & Executive Director, Scott Clarke ’02

Havenly is a New Haven-based nonprofit started by Yale students that breaks down employment barriers facing refugee women by providing job training and income creation opportunities in the food industry. Looking  for board members with expertise in immigrant rights, job training, or food. Contact Co-Founder Ben Weiss ’20

Mercado Global, a nonprofit founded by Ruth DeGolia ’04, is seeking a NY-based board member. Mercado Global breaks the cycle of poverty in rural Latin America by providing education and business development support to indigenous women and connecting them to sales opportunities with major international retailers like Nordstrom, Levi Strauss and Reformation – allowing women to earn a sustainable income and send their children to school, often for the first time. For more details, contact Ruth

Natural Areas Conservancy is seeking board members who are passionate about the environment and improving NYC. Contact Sarah Charlop-Powers ’09 FES

New York City Ballet (nycballet.com), one of the foremost dance companies in the world, is staffing a new position, Senior Director of Human Resources, Diversity, and Inclusion reporting to the Executive Director. More info

SosteNica, a nonprofit directed by Joseph DeNicola (’86, ’96 MF), is seeking a legal professional with an interest in sustainable economic development to join its board. SosteNica’s collaborative work integrates environmental and educational projects with financial services, creating a holistic and long-term approach to the alleviation of poverty in Nicaragua. To learn more, contact Joe

The Fort Greene Park Conservancy (FGPC) seeks an extraordinary individual to serve as its first Executive Director. Founded in 1998, FGPC has experienced sustained growth over the past four years. More info; Submit cover letter & resume to edjob@fortgreenepark.org

The Youth Service Opportunities Project (YSOP) engages youth in immersive service learning programs, providing opportunities for direct and indirect service throughout NYC and Washington, DC, along with time for orientation and reflections. YSOP is currently seeking NY- and DC-based members for its NY-based board and DC-based council. YSOP is also accepting applications for part-time paid program facilitator positions. For more information, please reach out to Shoshana Davidoff-Gore ’17 via email or 202-347-2525

Bridal Garden (NYC) is not only a bridal boutique, but also a not-for-profit charitable organization whose proceeds benefit education for disadvantaged children.

Gray Panthers NYC needs a volunteer accountant for about one hour/week.  Please contact Peg Graham for more info.

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