CURB is Hiring – Apply Today!

We are so excited to announce that we are seeking a highly organized, passionate person to serve as CURB’s Statewide Advocacy and Communications Co-Coordinator. Individual will be responsible for strengthening CURB’s profile and work by representing CURB in the media and at convenings, actions, conferences, meetings, coalitions, networks and other public events. This person will work directly with the other co-coordinator and collaboratively with CURB member organizations to meet CURB’s goals and vision and maintain CURB’s internal communications, infrastructure, stability, and health.

Deadline to apply is Friday, May 22nd! View full job description, qualifications, and application needs.

Deadline to apply is Monday, May 25th! View full internship details. Internships are unpaid.CURB is also seeking a Organizing and Advocacy Intern who can assist the organization in some of the following areas: generating broad community support for reducing the number of people in prison in California; maintaining connections between CURB and people inside prison through written correspondence; helping with grassroots organizing and outreach efforts; supporting legislative advocacy.

CURB is committed to investing in the leadership of people of color and formerly incarcerated people. Formerly incarcerated people, people who have family inside prison, women, queer and trans people are encouraged to apply. CURB does not discourage or discriminate against convicted people. There will not be a background check or fingerprinting of applicants, and you will not be asked if you have ever been convicted of a crime on the application or interview. Please feel free to mention that you have been in prison or jail, it will be considered as an asset in this job.

Feel free to contact Diana Zuñiga with any questions at 213-864-8931 or Diana@curbprisonspending.org.

Advocacy and Communications Co-Coordinator Location: Our Oakland office is located near the corner of Webster and 14th St. and is served by the 12th Street BART, and multiple bus lines. The office is wheelchair accessible.

Advocacy and Organizing Internship Location: Our Los Angeles office is located at the Chuco’s Justice Center at 1137 E. Redondo Blvd. in Inglewood.  The office is not wheelchair accessible.

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