OneAmerica is hiring! Check out these positions and become a part of the movement.
OneAmerica is looking for an experienced organizer who is passionate about building relationships and ambitious about building grassroots power in immigrant communities. OneAmerica has recently undertaken a
new strategic direction, doubling down on transformative organizing by building a movement in which leaders are developed through collective movement building. The Organizing Director will drive an ambitious program to build a base of grassroots leaders to fight for bold progressive policy change at the local, state and national levels. The Organizing Director will invest deeply in a team of talented organizing staff and work with them to align base building with issue campaigns, policy, movement/electoral politics, communications, and leadership training.
Community Canvasser (Auburn)
OneAmerica is looking for a part‐time temporary community canvasser. This position will focus on community and door-to-door civic engagement education in the Auburn area. The Community Canvasser will work with
OneAmerica’s Civic Engagement Manager and local organizers to engage voters in immigrant and refugee communities during the election.
Community Canvasser (Yakima/Sunnyside)
OneAmerica is looking for a part‐time temporary community canvasser. This position will focus on community and door-to-door civic engagement education in the Yakima/Sunnyside area. The Community Canvasser will
work with OneAmerica’s Civic Engagement Manager and local organizers to engage voters in immigrant and refugee communities during the election.
English Innovations Coach, AmeriCorps
We are currently seeking an AmeriCorps member to provide key support in project implementation, serving as an English Innovations Coach who
facilitates classes and instructs adult learners in the English Innovations curriculum. The position is a full-time, 10.5-month (beginning September 2019) AmeriCorps individual placement at OneAmerica with an emphasis on increasing access to economic and leadership opportunities for low-income adult immigrants. This position is based at OneAmerica’s Seattle
office and works with the English Innovations staff to implement classes that integrate English language acquisition, digital literacy, and community engagement. The AmeriCorps member will directly facilitate and instruct English Innovations classes for low-income, immigrant adults who are looking to gain the necessary skills to further their integration in the U.S.
English Innovations Tutor:
Primary responsibilities include:
- Mentoring a small group fo five students during class and group discussions
- Assist adult learners one-on-one in class with English language and computer literacy skills
- Help facilitiate in-class activities, with opportunities to lead sessions and create lesson plans
General Volunteers: We consistently seek passionate advocates who want to give their time to the growing immigrant movement. To get involved, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org