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Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is looking for a school gardens coordinator to oversee its interorganizational gardening program “supporting and connecting youth to local, nutritious foods in their community.” Check out the job description here.
Friends Select School is hiring for two positions: a director of city curriculum to increase the school’s connection to Philadelphia, and a middle and upper school STEAM program director to oversee science, technology, engineering, math and arts programs for grades 5 through 12. The school is known for its social justice bent, from the head of school to the students themselves.
DataArts needs a mid-level application developer to develop its web-based app. The data collection and insight platform for arts nonprofits expanded its services and rebranded from Cultural Data Project two years ago. Learn more here.
Equal Measure is looking for a senior technology consultant (similar to an IT manager) to manage its tech and computer systems. Perk: The social impact-focused consulting org fosters “a culture where everyone on our team has opportunities for continuous learning.” Check it out here.
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Sustainable Business Network is hiring a government relations manager to “serve as a strategic leader” and head up its policy initiatives. The convener of local environmentally conscious companies has made a slew of other new hires recently, too, including a membership manager. See more here.
- Resources for Human Development needs a strategic initiatives director
- Mural Arts needs a restorative justice program director
- Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance and Episcopal Community Services both need executive admins
P.S. A handful of these social impact jobs are still available, too.-30-
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