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The Partnership for America’s Children’s - Child Welfare Intern – Virtual

4/19/22

The Partnership for America’s Children is seeking a child welfare intern to support the SPARC network. The intern would provide policy support to the Senior Child Welfare Policy Manager; provide research when necessary for SPARC’s four workgroups, focused on race equity, prevention, transition support for older youth in care and aging out of care, and legal representation for children and families involved with the child welfare system; research and share resources among SPARC members; participate in SPARC monthly meetings, as well as national meetings focused on a wide variety of child welfare issues; and draft a memo on a discrete area of research to support future SPARC member advocacy.

Children’s Defense Fund- Federal Policy Associate

4/13/2022

The primary responsibility of the Federal Policy Associate is helping to develop and promote CDF’s federal policy and advocacy agenda to improve the odds for all children in America. The Federal Policy Associate supports policy development and implementation, legislation, advocacy, research and public education in priority areas identified by communities of need, including economic justice, health and nutrition, child welfare, youth justice, education, early learning, and child care. This person will be part of the team driving CDF’s five-decade track record of achieving policy wins for children and families.

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights- Policy Counsel, Health/Poverty

4/11/2022

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and The Leadership Conference Education Fund seek a Policy Counsel, Health/Poverty to advance civil rights and social justice policy for the nation. This position works in collaboration with interdepartmental disciplinary teams and with national coalition partners to formulate, coordinate, and lead legislative and agency strategies to pursue transformative policy change to further civil rights. The Policy Counsel will be part of an Economic Justice team that encompasses employment, health care and anti-poverty initiatives. The Policy Counsel will work with the Leadership Conference’s Health Care Task Force and will be knowledgeable about a range of health issues, particularly those focused on non-discrimination, such as Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act and equitable access for vulnerable communities and people with low incomes, such as Medicaid. The Policy Counsel will also work with colleagues on anti-poverty programs such as the Child Tax Credit and the Earned Income Tax Credit.

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights- Policy Counsel, Employment

4/11/2022

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and The Leadership Conference Education Fund seek a Policy Counsel, Employment to advance civil rights and social justice policy for the nation. This position works in collaboration with interdepartmental disciplinary teams and with national coalition partners to formulate, coordinate and lead legislative and agency strategies to pursue transformative policy change to further civil rights. The Policy Counsel will be part of an Economic Justice team that encompasses employment, health care and anti-poverty initiatives. The Employment Policy Counsel will work with the Leadership Conference’s Employment Task Force and will be knowledgeable about a range of employment issues.

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights- Senior Program Director, Economic Justice

4/11/2022

The Senior Program Director, Economic Justice will lead the organizations’ national program to build a fairer, more equitable and inclusive society—a society that provides fairer wages and benefits, including access to health care as well as adequate social safety net benefits for children and those adults unable to work, so that the basic needs of all Americans and their families are met and they can live with dignity. Through advocacy, communications outreach, and mobilization, the program aims to focus on those communities that because of discrimination based on race, ethnicity, sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity), disability, age, and other protected characteristics, are more likely to have lower incomes, lack of health care and other benefits, and higher rates of poverty, especially among children.

CHN 2022 Summer Internship - Hybrid

4/10/22

This internship is an excellent opportunity to learn about national advocacy organizations, nonprofit program management and coalition building, public interest advocacy and development of public policy, and all aspects of the Congressional, budgetary, and legislative process. It will give the intern the chance to interact daily with a large number of advocates in Washington, D.C. who promote the protection, support, and wellbeing of our society’s most voiceless and vulnerable people. A $500 monthly stipend will be given to aide with living and transportation costs during the duration of the internship.