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Volunteer Outreach & Engagement Intern (Paid)
Make-A-Wish Alaska & Washington
Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington is focused on fostering a culture that reflects our core tenets of diversity and inclusion, and that consistently progresses our equity goals. Through a generous grant
from the MJ Murdock Charitable Trust to expand our volunteer programming to build a larger and more representative volunteer base, we are offering our first paid Volunteer Outreach & Engagement
Intern. This role will support the Manager for Volunteer Outreach and Engagement and the entire Volunteer Program in service to our volunteers.
Director of Stabilization Services
Solid Ground
The Stabilization Services Director is responsible for the oversight, leadership, development and direction of operations and delivery of services within the Stabilization Services Department. This currently includes Homelessness Prevention, Rapid Rehousing, Tenant Services, Assessment and Diversion for access to Housing, and support and referral programs. The position will assure consistency between programs and identify opportunities for improved systems and efficiencies; develop appropriate policies and procedures, data tracking and reporting systems to ensure quality service delivery and compliance with all contracts; work to ensure program quality and sustainability by developing, implementing and evaluating program goals and outcome-based objectives in response to community and program needs; strengthen existing programs using data, client feedback and best practices; and establish service models, outcomes, goals and measurements. This position is also responsible for community engagement and exploring new initiatives to further stabilize those living in poverty and/or homelessness.
Homelessness Prevention Supervisor
Solid Ground
The Homelessness Prevention Programs provide advocacy, case management and financial assistance to support households on their path to achieving long-term housing and financial stability. The Homelessness Prevention Supervisor will be responsible for overseeing contracts for services provided by the Homelessness Prevention Team at Solid Ground as well as sub-contracts with outside partner agencies as part of The King County Housing Stability Project (KCHSP) and related services. This position provides supervision to direct service Case Managers and to administrative staff.
Climate Smart Wood Supply Chain Manager
Washington Conservation Action
The Climate Smart Wood Supply Chain Manager will lead the work of Washington Conservation Action (WCA) work to promote climate-smart forestry in Washington: forest management that increases forest resilience in the face of climate change and sequesters and stores more carbon over time compared to conventional practices. This position will lead the development and implementation of a new, five-year project in Pierce County. The project centers on a landowner incentive program to support small forest landowners and tribal governments to implement climate-smart forestry practices, as well as working with sawmills to build transparency on log sourcing to connect climate-smart wood to interested buyers. This work will involve close collaboration with Pierce Conservation District and engagement with other local entities and stakeholders. The position will also work closely with other members of the Climate Smart Wood Group, and support statewide efforts to promote climate-smart wood supply chains.
Administrative Associate
Washington Conservation Action
Are you excited by the idea of working behind the scenes to keep an environmental nonprofit running smoothly? Do you want to be a critical participant in a smart, collaborative team? The Administrative Associate primarily provides day-to-day bookkeeping for our 501c4 organization. The Washington Conservation Action Administrative Associate is a valued member of a five-person Administrative Team with opportunities to work both collaboratively and independently on their own responsibilities.

Washington Conservation Action (WCA) is looking for an Administrative Associate with 1-2 years of experience who understands non-profit accounting principles. This position reports to the VP of Administration and works closely with the Washington Conservation Action Ed Fund (WCAEF) Administrative Associate, the HR and Administrative Manager, and the Development team. This position is hybrid remote, with an in-office presence (at least 40% of the time in the Seattle office) being required to complete some duties like check deposits and generating thank you letters to donors.
Volunteer Non-Profit Fundraising Team Member and/or Development Director
RPG Research
Community Outreach Development Fundraising Specialist Volunteer

The 501(c)3 non-profit RPG Research has an urgent need to fill the role of Community Outreach Development, Marketing, & Fundraising Specialist Volunteer.

We have multiple levels of responsibility available for this role.

All applicants begin at the Associate/Specialist level, but all have opportunities, for those that desire it, to work your wa up to fill higher levels of responsibility in Management, Director, or C-Level positions for this role, over time based on your career goals and performance.

We have a remarkable history of providing programs across 6 continents, using role-playing game programs to help improve the functioning and quality of life for people of all ages and abilities.

Volunteer Board Members in Programming, Membership, and Community Partnerships
Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) of Seattle
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Seattle (YNPN Seattle) is dedicated to promoting an efficient, viable, and inclusive nonprofit sector that supports the growth, learning, and development of young professionals. YNPN Seattle is a volunteer-based group that provides a variety of resources to nonprofit professionals as well as to those interested in pursuing a career in the nonprofit sector. We invite speakers, arrange workshops and discussions, and also provide advice for career development, mentoring, networking, as well as social & service events.

We currently have four open board positions available. We are looking for people with passion, integrity, and enthusiasm for the nonprofit sector. We also believe that a diverse and inclusive board is vital to working towards equity, both in the workplace and in our broader communities.

1. Community Partnerships Co-Chair (two year term) - two open roles
- Co-manage solicitation and development of partnerships with local and national organizations to further YNPN Seattle's Mission.
2. Programming Co-Chair (two year term)
- Co-manage and oversee the production of monthly networking and professional development events that further YNPN Seattle's Mission.
3. Membership (Acquisition) Co-Chair (two year term)
- Drive the YNPN Seattle paid membership initiative including onboarding member experience, increases in paid membership census, and collaboration between membership/other committees

We are currently collecting applications for Board positions and will consider applications on a rolling basis with a priority deadline of May 31st.
Nonprofit Attorney
Communities Rise
Nonprofit Attorney
Communities Rise seeks an attorney committed to social justice and skilled in nonprofit law to help advance our bold mission to build community power. Under our nonprofit program, the Nonprofit Attorney will provide transactional legal assistance to nonprofit organizations, primarily those led by and serving BIPOC and other marginalized communities, in order to help their nonprofits—and their communities—thrive. Related tasks toward this goal will include creating written educational and training materials and collaborating with community partners to leverage additional resources for nonprofits. The Nonprofit Attorney will also occasionally provide similar legal assistance to small businesses. Key values guiding Communities Rise’s legal and capacity building work that we expect the candidate to embrace are: a relationship-building and client-centered approach to working with our clients from BIPOC and other marginalized communities; a strong commitment to race equity and racial justice; and a commitment to collaboration and flexibility. Candidates who are drawn towards community lawyering and transactional lawyering for small businesses as a way to promote social justice are prime candidates for this position.

See website at for the full Nonprofit Attorney job description.

The preferred application deadline is June 2, 2023. Applications received by this date will receive prioritized review. The final application deadline is June 16, 2023.

Director of Community Engagement & Communications
Pride foundation
About the Opportunity:

Pride Foundation strives to engage the breadth of our communities in true justice and liberation for LGBTQ+ and all people. Our fundraising and communications work are key elements of community engagement.

In our next Director of Community Engagement & Communications (DCEC), we are looking for an innovative and experienced fundraising and communications professional to lead our efforts to mobilize resources for LGBTQ+ communities. We are looking for a team member who is:

1) committed to supporting LGBTQ+ philanthropy

2) driven to advocate for equity in our sector

3) passionate about creatively engaging supporters in philanthropy across the Northwest
Funding Board Member (Volunteer)
Diversity Alliance of the Puget Sound
Volunteer position supporting Diversity Alliance of the Puget Sound, a trans-led advocacy organization. See full description here:

If you would prefer to go over this information verbally with a Board Member or have any other accessibility needs, please reach out to
Executive Director
Seattle Universal Math Museum
Join our Seattle Universal Math Museum (SUMM) team to bring math to life while sparking curiosity, fun and joy – SUMM seeks a visionary Executive Director to lead the development of its inaugural physical math museum experiences. This is a unique opportunity to build a team, develop exhibits, enhance educational programming, and ultimately transform math education in the Seattle community.

The Executive Director will work closely with the Board of Directors, stakeholders, and key community members to refine, develop, and implement a progressive program for the SUMM’s fundraising, exhibitions and collections management, educational activities, and community outreach.

See link for more details.
Bilingual Education Coordinator
Deadline: Open until filled
Employment type: Part-time (minimum 20 hours/week), with possibility for full-time
Salary range: : $30-$34 per hour
The Bilingual Education Coordinator – Columbia Basin will help develop and implement EarthGen’s outreach and programming, while offering guidance and support to students, teachers, and school administrators in the Columbia Basin region. The focus of this position is to engage and support educators and students in EarthGen’s programs, with a specific emphasis on bilingual environmental education, including migrant, bilingual, and native education. Guided by EarthGen’s organizational values of equity and collaboration, the person in this position will help build a local network of school and community partners to create new learning opportunities for K-12 audiences with an emphasis on black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) students.
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