CURB is looking for a Statewide Organizer and Intern!

We are excited to announce that CURB is looking for a full-time Statewide Organizer in Los Angeles and a Development Intern to join our team!

CURB is seeking a highly organized, passionate person to serve as its Statewide Organizer. The 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 and be trained by the Statewide Coordinator. They will work collaboratively with CURB member organizations to meet CURB’s goals and vision and maintain CURB’s internal communications, infrastructure, stability, and health. This position will support CURB member organizations build grassroots power in California in order to stop prison and jail expansion and reduce the number of people imprisoned in our state.

The Development Internship will provide the opportunity to gain experience in research, outreach, grassroots organizing, media campaigns, coalition and movement building, public education, policy advocacy and social justice work. Working directly with the Statewide Coordinator and Organizer, the intern will have an opportunity to develop leadership and organizing skills while working alongside an amazing group of anti-prison activists.

Click here to view the full job descriptions, qualifications, and application requirements.

CURB is committed to investing in the leadership of people of color and formerly incarcerated people. Formerly incarcerated people, people with incarcerated or formerly in, women, queer and trans people are encouraged to apply.

The Statewide Organizer position is paid while all internship positions are unpaid, although interns may receive school credit or funding if offered by their program. We will accept applications until January 27th, or until the positions are filled.

To apply, please follow the instructions under each job description here.

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