The Right People on the Bus is a monthly round up of job, consulting, and fellowship opportunities that people connected to Optimistic Anthropology are recruiting to fill. We do this because we love connecting people to resources and opportunities to shape a more positive world. If you end up applying for any of these opportunities, we'd love to know. And if you email to let us know, we might even be able to give someone a head's up to look for your application!
We add opportunities to this page on a rolling basis throughout the month! So, be sure to check back to see what’s new.
Submit opportunities that you’re recruiting for online at (please note that in keeping with our commitment to equity, we only promote internships, fellowships, accelerators that are fully funded): http://bit.ly/OntheBus
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Arabella Advisors is hiring a Senior Director/Leader, Human Resources (Culture and Talent) (Full Time / Washington, DC)
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments is hiring a Deputy Executive Director for Operations and Programs (Full Time / Washington, DC)
Stanford Graduate School of Business, Center for Social Innovation is hiring an Associate Director, Social Entrepreneurship (Full Time / Palo Alto, CA)
University of Nebraska, Omaha is hiring a Facilitator, Metropolitan Omaha Education Consortium Collective Impact Initiatives ( Full Time / Omaha, NE)
W.K. Kellogg Foundation is hiring a Program Officer - Mississippi & New Orleans Programs (Full Time / New Orleans, LA)
FELLOWSHIPS, ACCELERATORS, ETC.
Civil Rights Corps is recruiting for Legal Fellows. CRC is an innovative and aggressive non-profit civil rights law organization based in Washington, D.C. Founded in 2016, CRC challenges wealth-based and race-based systems of oppression. CRC seeks candidates for two-year fellowships starting in Fall 2020. Fellows are provided the opportunity to participate in substantive ways in litigation, will receive supervision from and collaborate with CRC lawyers. The fellow will be expected to apply for funding for the fellowship with the focus of the fellowship to be mutually agreed upon by CRC and the fellow. However, Civil Rights Corps will guarantee funding for the fellowship in the event that outside support is unavailable. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Recruiting for a fully-funded Fellowship, accelerator, etc.? Please note that in keeping with our commitment to equity, we only promote fully-funded opportunities. Submit them through the form at: http://bit.ly/OntheBus.
Optimistic Anthropology created The Right People on the Bus because we love connecting people to one another and great opportunities. While the service is free, we ask that you submit opportunities through the form at: http://bit.ly/OntheBus.