REsources

FOR RETURNING FOLKS

JOB OPPOrtunities

  • ACRE is hiring for multiple positions including: Campaign Director – Bargaining for the Common Good, Deputy Campaign Director – Public Services, Senior Organizer – Public Services, Senior Research Analyst – Environment, Senior Research Analyst – Tech. More details and how to apply here.

  • Insight Garden Program is hiring for a full-time Reentry Manager paying $55K-$60K annually plus benefits. This is a grant-funded position that will start February 1, 2021, and continue through 2023. Formerly incarcerated and/or prison systems impacted people are strongly encouraged to apply. Read more about the position here. If you are interested in this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Amanda Berger amanda@insightgardenprogram.org.

  • Diversity Talks Open Positions: Chief of Staff and Curriculum Specialist More information available here.

  • Residential Manager with The Five Keys Home Free Program is a first-of-its kind transitional housing for up to 12 women who have survived domestic violence, spent long and excessive sentences in prison, and are reestablishing their lives. Five Keys is hiring a live-in Residential Manager.  This position requires someone who will live on site, work full-time and provide the best support possible to our residents through their compassion, knowledge and ability to take care of the house's maintenance needs. Everyone can learn more about the role and apply HERE.

  • Policy Director with UnCommon Law Uncommon Law fights to ensure that all people incarcerated for violent crime have access to healing, justice, and effective legal representation. An ideal candidate shares UnCommon Law’s passion for justice and healing for people incarcerated for serious and violent crimes. This is a full-time position. We encourage people who have been incarcerated or have loved ones incarcerated to apply.

EDUCATION

  • Virtual Final Cut Pro Video Editing Class  UC Santa Clara students want to help impacted people share their stories and anything else that folks would like the world to know. To register for this class, or if you have further questions, please contact mcdick@ucsc.edu.

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  • CARES Act Stimulus Relief for Incarcerated Recipients On September 24, 2020, Judge Phyllis J. Hamilton of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California issued an Order certifying a nationwide class of people incarcerated in state and federal prisons, and granting the plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction requiring the U.S. Department of Treasury, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, and the United States of America to stop withholding CARES Act stimulus funds from plaintiffs or any class member on the sole basis of their incarcerated status.

  • Working Films - Call for Media to Amplify Abolition Submit a completed documentary or narrative film to be included in a compilation that will be toured in the US in 2021 and apply for up to $30,000 in funding for short documentary films. Works-in-progress, or cut-downs of longer-form documentaries are eligible to apply for funding. The deadline for both tracks is 11:59 ET on December 1st 2020. 

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