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  • Development Manager

    • Oakland, California
    • $66,000 to $75,000
    • National Center for Youth Law

    Organization Background The National Center for Youth Law (NCYL) advances justice by defending the rights of children and improving the systems imp...

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  • Executive Director

    • Newark, New Jersey
    • Ironbound Community Corporation

    THE OPPORTUNITY During its 50th Anniversary year, Ironbound Community Corporation is seeking its next Executive Director.  If you are a strong mana...

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  • VP Benetech Labs, Data Platforms

    • Palo Alto, California
    • Benetech

    Are you an entrepreneurial software leader that is passionate about making a big impact through data-driven solutions?  Are you ready to engage all...

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  • Development Manager

    • Oakland, California
    • $66,000 to $75,000
    • National Center for Youth Law

    Organization Background The National Center for Youth Law (NCYL) advances justice by defending the rights of children and improving the systems imp...

  • Program Associate, CRCSE Initiative

    • Oakland, California
    • $60,000 Annually
    • National Center for Youth Law

    National Center for Youth Law The National Center for Youth Law (NCYL) advances justice by defending the rights of children and improving the syste...

  • Grant Writer

    • Oakland, California or Los Angeles, California
    • $72,000 - $74,000 DOE
    • Essie Justice Group

    The Opportunity Essie Justice Group (Essie) is building grassroots power to dismantle the US incarceration system, the most egregious creator of ra...

  • Development Manager

    • Oakland/Los Angeles, CA
    • $72,000 - $74,000
    • Essie Justice Group

    The Opportunity Essie Justice Group (Essie) is building grassroots power to dismantle the US incarceration system, the most egregious creator of ra...