Hiring : Data Management Assistant

2017-Data Management Assistant

The position of Data Management Assistant(Tier I) is open as of today. The application period is from today to June 01, 2017.  Kristin Nobel  is the lead on the search and is available to answer any questions about the position and the search process.  All applicants can apply through our website, https://careers-providecare.icims.com/jobs/1034/data-management-assistant/job .

Please feel free to forward to others in your network and share on your news feed (i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google Plus).

 Carolyn V. Rhodes

Director of Human Resources

Provide, Inc.

P.O.Box 410164

Cambridge, MA  02141

919.943.9065

cr@providecare.org

http://www.providecare.org

Skype: rhodescarolyn

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL-CONSULTANT-RACIAL EQUITY LEARNING MODULES

RFP- 2017 Consultant-Racial Equity Learning Modules

Provide is seeking to hire a Consultant-Racial Equity Learning Modules  to develop the content and learning modalities as part of our 2017 Racial Equity Roadmap. This consultant will work closely with the Director of Human Resources to develop, pilot, and finalize two modules, one addressing explicit and implicit bias related to hiring process and one to establish a baseline training in racial equity concepts for all Provide staff with work completed by August 2017. Carolyn Rhodes is the lead on the search and is available to answer any questions about the consultant and the search process.   The RFP is attached and all applicants can apply through our website,  https://careers-providecare.icims.com/jobs/1035/consultant-racial-equity-learning-modules/job  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.   Please feel free to forward to others in your network and share on your news feed (i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google Plus).

 

Additionally, the Consultant will be interviewing staff members as a formative step to developing the two modules related to our Racial Equity Work.  We are looking for 5-7 staff members to participant in key informant interviews (more tenured and new!) by reflecting on key questions related to (1) explicit and implicit bias as it relates to hiring processes and/or (2) racial equity basics for all Provide staff.  If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to me in a separate email. We will be balancing the list of interviewee to reflect a range of staff perspectives.

Carolyn V. Rhodes

Director of Human Resources

Provide, Inc.

P.O.Box 410164

Cambridge, MA  02141

919.943.9065

cr@providecare.org

http://www.providecare.org

Skype: rhodescarolyn

AAUW Fellowships

 

Encourage your women graduate students and scholars to apply for an Aican Association of University Women (AAUW) fellowship or grant! Deadlines for 2017–18 awards are fast approaching. Share these funding opportunities with your graduate students and scholars as well as the faculty and administrators who advise students.
AMERICAN FELLOWSHIPS

Who may apply: Women pursuing full-time study to complete dissertations, conducting postdoctoral research full time, or preparing research for publication for at least eight weeks

Funding:
$6,000–$30,000

Deadline:
November 15

CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

Who may apply: Women pursuing a certificate or degree to advance their careers, change careers, or reenter the workforce and whose bachelor’s degree was received at least five years before the award period

Funding:
$2,000–$12,000

Deadline:
December 15

INTERNATIONAL
FELLOWSHIPS
Who may apply: Women pursuing full-time graduate or postdoctoral study in the United States who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents

Funding: $18,000–$30,000

Deadline:
December 1

 

SELECTED PROFESSIONS FELLOWSHIPS

Who may apply: Women pursuing full-time study in a master’s or professional degree program in which women are underrepresented, including STEM, law, business, and medicine

Funding:
$5,000–$18,000

Deadline:
January 10

COMMUNITY ACTION GRANTS

Who may apply: Individuals, AAUW branches and states, and nonprofit organizations to fund innovative programs or nondegree research projects that promote education and equity for women and girls

Funding: One-year grant, $2,000–$7,000
Two-year grant, $5,000–$10,000

Deadline:
January 15

FACULTY AND STAFF: SERVE ON OUR PANELS

Help the next generation of women scholars and professionals and build your CV at the same time. Apply by October 31 to serve on one of AAUW’s fellowship and grant selection panels.

Find out more about AAUW’s fellowships, grants, and awards.
 

AAUW
1310 L St. NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC, 20002
connect@aauw.org

 

Funds for Healthy Aging Programs in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island

The Tufts Health Plan Foundation is dedicated to improving the health and wellness of the communities the company serves throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. The Foundation invests in communities that promote healthy living across the life span, with an emphasis on healthy aging. The Foundation is currently accepting requests in the following two focus areas: In the Policy and Advocacy category support is provided for efforts that advance communities toward achieving age-friendly status. Funded programs should include participation from diverse stakeholders, and offer expanded access to programs and services as well as system change or improvement. The James Roosevelt, Jr. Leadership Fund supports community leaders in their work with multiple stakeholders that leads to age-friendly communities and addresses barriers to success in the most vulnerable communities. The deadline for letters of intent in both focus areas is July 20, 2017. Visit the Foundation’s website to learn more about the application process.

http://www.tuftshealthplanfoundation.org/

Support for Historic Preservation and Wildlife Rehabilitation in Oregon

The Kinsman Foundation’s mission is to encourage the enjoyment of life through traditional Oregonian and American values. The Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations in Oregon and southern Washington that address the following priority areas: The Historic Preservation and Restoration grant category supports the preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, and reconstruction of historic buildings, structures, and related sites. The Native Wildlife Rehabilitation and Appreciation grant category primarily supports wildlife rehabilitation programs offering urgent care to injured and orphaned wildlife native to Oregon and Washington. Small Grant requests of up to $5,000 are accepted throughout the year. Conventional Grant requests of over $5,000 must be submitted by August 1, 2017. (The Betty Kinsman Fund for Arts, Culture, and Humanities has a separate application process.) Visit the Foundation’s website to learn more about the application guidelines.

http://www.kinsmanfoundation.org/guidelines/eligibility.htm

Grants Promote Grassroots Organizing for Justice

Resist offers support to grassroots groups engaged in activist organizing for structural social and economic change in the United States. General support grants of up to $4,000 are provided to groups who struggle towards a broad vision of justice, while opposing political and institutional oppression. Resist’s interests include community organizing and anti-racism projects, economic justice, environmental protection, LGBTQ rights, disability issues, labor organizing, and Native American organizing, among others. Requests are reviewed six times per year; the upcoming deadline is June 2, 2017. Application guidelines and forms are available on the Resist website.

http://resist.org/

National Wildlife Federation is currently seeking four graduate students to support our NWF EcoLeaders Program. DL – May 21, 2017

National Wildlife Federation is currently seeking four graduate students to support our NWF EcoLeaders Program. Please review the request for proposals (RFPs) below for the following opportunities:

~ NWF EcoLeaders Community Management Assessment Fellow
~ NWF EcoLeaders Market Research Fellow
~ NWF EcoLeaders Career and Technical Education Fellow
~ NWF EcoLeaders Labor Economist Research Fellow

Each fellowship is for a term of 4 -6 months (based on student schedule), and while fellows spend various amounts of time on their projects each week, the average amount of time spent will be 40 hours monthly. The fellow will receive a $3,000 stipend, professional development assistance and networking opportunities, and the possibility of academic credit for successful completion of the project, as an independent study or integration of fellowship project into course curriculula.

Graduate students from any college or university within the U.S are applicable. Current and former employees of National Wildlife Federation and former NWF Campus Ecology Fellows are ineligible to apply. Former NWF interns are eligible to apply following one year from their final work date.
The deadline to submit applications is May 21, 2017.

NWF EcoLeaders Community Management Assessment Fellow RFP
NWF EcoLeaders Market Research Fellow RFP
NWF EcoLeaders Career and Technical Education Fellow RFP
NWF EcoLeaders Labor Economist Research Fellow RFP

Please use the follow template for your fellowship proposal – Fellowship Proposal Template (Word).

http://www.nwf.org/Campus-Ecology/Get-Involved/Apply-for-a-Fellowship.aspx