Job and Internship Opportunities

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Manager, Special Projects - BQLI AHEC

Position Title:  Manager, Special Projects


About the organization: The Brooklyn Queens Long Island Area Health Education center is a nonprofit organization, located in Brooklyn seeking a part-time Project Manager to handle special projects.




  • Develop the overall management of special project initiatives as assigned by the Executive Director.
  • Identify students in various disciplines (medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy act) to participate in simulation-based learning using statewide simulation software.
  • Identify and coordinate simulation and scenario-based training for high school students, particular addressing health disparity, COVID-19, (i.e., contact tracing, vaccine education, and vaccine hesitancy). Identify qualified speakers for presentations.
  • Develop and maintain timely program reporting and tracking processes.
  • Assist in monitoring program deliverables and developing new program initiatives
  • Coordinate publication of an AHEC center newsletter, assist in the development and maintenance of a comprehensive web site.
  • Write reports, articles for newsletters and parts of grant applications




  • Master’s degree in health-related discipline or equivalent with 3 years’ experience in health-related organization or student placement.
  • Excellent computer, written and oral communication skills.
  • Experience in grant writing or report preparation.
  • Strong leadership qualities and ability to exercise sound judgment.
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to function as a member of a team.



Salary Range:  Commensurate with experience.

Office Manager - BQLI AHEC

Part Time Office Manager/Administrative Assistant with possibility becoming Full Time

Brooklyn-Queens Long Island Area Health Education Center


About BQLI AHEC: – The Brooklyn-Queens-Long Island Area Health Education center is a nonprofit, (501 – C3) organization, seeing a part-time Office Manager/Administrative Assistant  to become a part of our team!


  • Assist in preparation and coordination for board meetings, manage schedules, timesheets, and assist with travel arrangements.
  • Order supplies; file management and assist in postings for social media.
  • Assist Executive staff and IT consultants in maintaining computer systems for BQLI’s operations.
  • Assist Accountant and ED in monitoring program expenses and payment of bills, petty cash, and financial audits.
  • Assist the ED and consultant in organizing accounting files, forms, policies, and procedures.
  • Assist with dissemination of newsletter and follow up with funders.



  • Minimum of 5 years related experience, healthcare experience a plus. 
  • Proficiency in MS Windows applications with Internet navigation a plus. 
  • Familiarity with newsletter software program desired but not required.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to Ability to work independently and handle multiple projects.
  • Prior experience in an office setting preferred.

Job Type: Part-time.

Rate Per Hour: $20 per hour.


Community-Engaged Entrepreneurship Research Project - Brooklyn Communities Collaborative

Community-Engaged Entrepreneurship Research Project

(Funded through a 3-year grant by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation)


How can mission-driven anchor institutions be more effective in building capacity and social infrastructure among underrepresented entrepreneurs? Hunter College Urban Policy & Planning faculty and the consortium of health, education and workforce institutions known as the Brooklyn Communities Collaborative (BCC)[1] will address this question through a research partnership to be undertaken from January 2022-December 2024. The project aims to inform scholarship and practice by generating new knowledge about how anchors can work with   community stakeholders to build entrepreneurial ecosystems in historically underserved neighborhoods.



Brooklyn Communities Collaborative emerged in 2019 from the vision for racial equity forged during the fight to save a safety-net hospital serving Brooklyn’s historically Black neighborhoods. This coalition of community, clergy, healthcare workers, healthcare activists and union leaders, elected officials and others  not only kept the hospital open, but transformed it into a new health system using its power to build community health and wealth.


The Brooklyn Health Enterprise Hub, a project of BCC, is an unprecedented alignment of stakeholders dedicated to building a health-focused enterprise ecosystem that      sets the stage for East and Central Brooklyn residents to participate more fully in the economy, especially the healthcare industry. The Hub aims to redirect the supply chain to benefit the local economy so that more dollars circulate locally and can be invested in Brooklyn neighborhoods. The focus is on Black  entrepreneurs, who face historical and institutional barriers to stability and wealth generation.


Research Partnership

The partnership is a collaboration between the Brooklyn Health Enterprise Hub and Hunter College researchers. In the first 12 months, drawing on an extensive local network of businesses and business development organizations, the team will conduct participatory action research (PAR) among small business owners in Central and East Brooklyn as well as people in those neighborhoods who aspire to start businesses. PAR is “a framework for creating knowledge that is rooted in the belief that those most impacted by research should take the lead in framing the questions, design, methods and analysis and determining what products and actions might be the most useful in affecting change.” (Torre, 2009). It is a methodology designed to capture the voices of local residents and to gather their appreciation of an issue and how it affects their lives. The question driving the first year’s research is “What are the needs and assets of underrepresented entrepreneurs in Central and East Brooklyn?”  Methods will include focus groups, interviews, participant observation, and conversations with community stakeholders – i.e. business development organizations and the entrepreneurs they serve. These stakeholders will participate in all aspects of the research, from generating the questions asked to analyzing and publishing the data, to deciding on action steps. Data from the PAR will inform the work of the Brooklyn Health Enterprise Hub in Years 2 and 3, which are preliminarily slated to include:


  • Collaborating with healthcare anchors to localize supply chains: i.e. re-engineer procurement practices so as to offer more opportunities to local suppliers and contractors
  • Offering working capital to entrepreneurs using evidence-based programs involving

non-traditional underwriting standards

  • Incubating new businesses using a cohort format or other strategy
  • Training entrepreneurs to help them improve technical, managerial, problem solving, and legal skills


Researchers will track the development and implementation of these initiatives, identify where they encounter successes and difficulties, and draw on them to create practice-oriented publications. Here they will address the question “How can mission-driven anchor institutions be more effective in building capacity and social infrastructure among underrepresented entrepreneurs?” Working closely with the Brooklyn Health Enterprise Hub, they will integrate knowledge co-creation and continuous feedback from stakeholders into their research.

Key personnel

Sigmund Shipp, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Urban Policy and Planning at Hunter College. He has devoted much of his career to research about African American business ownership. As a lead instructor for the Department’s urban workshop graduate course, he has developed expertise in the design of informed/expert analysis, focus groups, and community wide surveys.


Gretchen Susi, PhD, is the Deputy Director of Brooklyn Communities Collaborative and the Senior Director for Community Development  in the Population Health Department at Maimonides Medical Center. Her work is dedicated to addressing the social determinants of health and building community wealth. Previously, she served as the Director of The Aspen Institute Roundtable on Community Change where she led the Roundtable’s efforts to implement place-based equity-promoting strategies with partners from across the country.


Laura Wolf-Powers, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Urban Policy and Planning at Hunter College. She has been teaching and publishing about neighborhood revitalization, economic development, workforce development, and real estate development for nearly two decades. In 2015 and 2016, she was part of a Kauffman-funded team on the project “Metropolitan maker networks: The role of policy, organizations, and ‘maker-enabling entrepreneurs’ in building the maker economy.”





[1] Maimonides Hospital Center, SEIU Local 1199, OneBrooklyn Health System, City University of New York.


PowHer™New York (PowHerNY) is seeking a Program and Digital Associate to actively support the growth and work of a vibrant,
virtual network of organizations collaborating to accelerate economic equality for New York women* and girls. The 100+
inclusive network, representing cross-cultural and multi-generational women, works to create change through education,
engagement, online strategies, advocacy and policy reform around a multi-issue, shared progressive women’s agenda. Our
gender-focused, anti-racist vision is articulated in A Roadmap for Inclusive Gender Justice in New York. and eight key areas are
explored: Child Care, Employment, Girls and Education, Reproductive Justice, Criminal Justice, Essential Rights, Gender Based
Violence, and Democracy and Representation.
The Associate position is an opportunity to be an essential part of a creative, fast-paced team of advocates and groups who have
succeeded in changing New York women’s policy and aim to accomplish much more. PowHerNY is a virtual organization, except
for occasional in-person meetings and events. The Associate will work independently but will have direction and regular
communication with the President and Communications Manager.
Job Description:
● Research and create content on priority issues and economic equality.
● Help organize, write and oversee educational webinars and other events.
● Support the educational work of our Equal Pay, PowHer the Vote and other Campaigns.
DIGITAL MEDIA: Work with Communications Manager to:
● Build PowHerNY’s online presence;
● Execute online campaigns utilizing the website, social media and Salsa Action Network to achieve programmatic and
legislative goals;
● Create weekly e-newsletters;
● Keep content of the website and social channels current and relevant; and
● Manage program calendar and support digital calendar.
● Help expand PowHerNY’s Network, especially through outreach to targeted groups of underrepresented women;
● Serve as liaison to the PowHer New York Network Partners and community, including assisting with calls and
meetings; and
● Support outreach to voters’ rights campaigns.
ADMINISTRATIVE: Work with the PowHerNY President to:
● Assist with fundraising and organizational administrative tasks, including database entry, correspondence,
maintenance and updating of email lists and databases; and
● Develop and maintain monthly content calendars and programming schedules.
● Resident of New York
● Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) skills) and basic research skills.
● Passion for gender and social justice issues.
● Interest in legislative and policy reform.
● Experience working with New York organizations on issues related to women and girls equity.
● Skills in managing social media and databases.
● Knowledge of social media management tools, Google Analytics and Salsa Action Network, a plus.
● Ability to multi-task and work independently as part of a virtual team.
● College degree and minimum 1-2 years relevant work experience.
● Basic skills in Spanish or second language, optional
Job Details:
● Full-time position of 30-40 hours weekly
● Salary range: Equivalent of $20 to $25 per hour
● Flexible hours
● Ideal start date: Mid-July 2021
Application Process: If this opportunity is a good match for your skills and passion, we want to hear from you! To apply please
submit your resume, a thoughtful cover letter and anything you want to share to with the subject line of
“Program and Digital Associate.”
PowHerNY is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive organization,
workplace and world. *PowHerNY defines the term woman to refer to anyone who identifies as a woman, including but not
limited to cisgender, trans, and nonbinary women.

Americorps - Vista

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Project Examples:
❖ Developing a digital literacy program for students in English and workforce classes.
❖ Developing a program that connects community members with digital resources they need to succeed!
❖ Creating volunteer training modules and building up volunteers to become literacy leaders in their communities!

❖ 18 years or older
❖ availability and commitment to full-time service for one year
❖ US citizen, legal permanent resident, asylee, refugee or DACA recipient

If you:
❖ have great communication and interpersonal skills
❖ have a strong connection to the mission and vision of Make the Road New York
❖ are tech savvy and very comfortable with computers
❖ have great enthusiasm for leading change through digital literacy
❖ have a strong commitment to your professional and personal growth
❖ speak Spanish and have a high-intermediate/advance English level
… this opportunity is for you!
Make the Road New York (MRNY) builds the power of immigrant communities to achieve dignity and justice. As MRNY’s Digital Literacy & Navigation VISTA Member, you will support MRNY’s mission by connecting community members with the resources and skills they need to function in a digital world. You’ll create lasting impact by preparing those who MRNY helps to also support others in their communities who’ve got digital challenges.

Chapter Coordinator for a National Health Program-NY Metro Chapter

Position Available:
Chapter Coordinator
Physicians for a National Health Program – New York Metro Chapter
Position Location: New York City. Until the COVID-19 shutdown is lifted, work will be done remotely. After that, in-person presence at NYC meetings and events, and periodically in our midtown office, will be required.

About the Organization: Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) is a non-profit research, education, and advocacy organization of physicians, medical students, health workers and health advocates dedicated to working toward universal healthcare through single-payer national health insurance (Improved Medicare for All). The New York Metro Chapter, one of 60 nationwide, is PNHP’s largest with 450 paid members. It was formed in 1990 to help mobilize and organize tri-state area supporters of a single-payer national health plan. Of equal importance, the chapter’s current focus is joining forces with a large statewide coalition advocating for the New York Health Act, aimed at creating a single-payer, universal healthcare system in New York State. This legislation, with robust support in both chambers in Albany, will, when passed, not only revolutionize healthcare in NYS, but will also serve as a model and inspiration to other states, and potentially the entire U.S.

About the Position: This is a great opportunity to bring your talents and energy to bear in supporting the movement for anti-racist health justice and in particular to help win a historic victory for single-payer healthcare in NYS. The Chapter Coordinator, working alongside our Executive Director and Board of Directors, a group of longtime leaders of the health justice movement, will support all aspects of the Chapter’s work, including organizing, event management, communications, fundraising, and financial recordkeeping. As such, this position provides a unique opportunity to deepen one’s knowledge of many healthcare reform issues, plus interacting with prominent activists and educators in the local and national fight for universal healthcare as a basic human right.

The successful candidate should be a strong supporter of health justice and have at least a basic understanding of current healthcare policy, exceptional organizational skills, and experience with project management. Key particular skills include use of databases (CRM), Google Docs, and spreadsheets, and excellent writing skills. Experience with social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, administration of Zoom teleconferences, and bookkeeping preferred.

The position is half-time (18 hours per week), reporting to the Executive Director. The salary will be in the range of $25,000-$27,000 per year, depending on qualifications and experience.

Job Requirements:

  • Commitment to universal healthcare and health justice
  • Experience and ease working respectfully in a diverse, multiracial organization
  • Three+ years experience with administrative work
  • Familiarity with Word, Google Docs and CRMs
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and great attention to detail
  • Self-starter with ability to work independently and drive projects to completion
  • Ability to handle multiple responsibilities effectively
  • Ability to work collaboratively.

Preferred Skills and Experiences:

  • Setting up and manipulating spreadsheets and survey forms
  • Online bookkeeping
  • Event planning experience (including post-event data analysis)
  • Preparing compelling social media posts
  • Doing basic video editing.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Manage constituent records using CRM software
  • Handle email correspondence
  • Help manage board committees
  • Lead digital event planning and post-event preservation
  • Play key role in making lobby days successful
  • Maintain website
  • Reconcile financial records using QuickBooks software
  • Use Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to amplify chapter / movement messages
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by the Executive Director.

To Apply: Please submit a resume, date of availability, and cover letter, including three professional references and your thoughts on how you can contribute to the health justice movement, along with two writing samples, to: Deadline: February 15, 2021.

PNHP – NY Metro is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military status, prior record of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, or current employment status. Applicants from disenfranchised groups are particularly encouraged to apply.


The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education is looking for a CEO. Check out the job description here: 

Full time In-Person Assister (IPA) Navigator



Position:  Full time In-Person Assister (IPA) Navigator

Seeking an applicant that is fluent in French/Creole and/or Spanish interested in enrolling individuals and families into public health insurance.  The successful candidate must be knowledgeable in the screening and enrollment process for the New York State of Health  and will provide in-person health insurance services to potential enrollees including persons with disabilities and limited English and Spanish proficiency.  You will enroll in Medicaid, Essential Plan, or Qualified Health Plans. 

Interested candidates are invited to contact Denise West, Deputy Executive Director   by Email to  In the subject line put: Applicant for health insurance


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