Paid Opportunities at Jerusalem Peacebuilders and City Year via Second Day

Second Day is a non-profit organization that supports young adults for impactful careers and through comprehensive career development, fostering a new generation of social impact leaders.

Below are the details of two open opportunities which you may apply through Second Day’s website.

Communications Associate, Jerusalem Peacebuilders, Remote or Hybrid in Houston 

  • Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB) is an interfaith, non-profit organization that specializes in peace and leadership education. Currently, JPB seeks a part-time, Communications Associate to help us interact digitally with our donors, participants, partners, and the wider public. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated track record in written communication, strong computer skills, and an interest in Middle Eastern Affairs or International Relations. This position will introduce the successful candidate to the basics of non-profit work and prepare them to enter the full-time workplace.
  • Application Deadline: August 11 | Apply here
  • $20/hour at up to 10 hours per week

Learning and Evaluation Summer Associate, Remote or Hybrid in Dallas

  • City Year Dallas is seeking a creative, collaborative, and results-oriented individual to serve as a Learning and Evaluation Summer Associate. Reporting to the Learning and Evaluation Director, this is a temporary six to eight week position supporting the planning, execution, and evaluation of City Year’s Pre-Service Basic Training Academy (BTA) for first and second year AmeriCorps Members (ACMs). The Learning and Evaluation Fellow will work closely with City Year program staff to support event planning, data monitoring, and the development/execution of differentiated instruction and trainings for ACMs.
  • Application deadline: Extended to July 21 | Apply here
  • $16/hour at up to 20 hours per week

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By Jorimel Zaldivar
Jorimel Zaldivar Senior Associate Director for Common Good Careers