Jobs & Internships

Jobs listed here are openings at the MIRA Coalition and at MIRA member organizations. If you are a MIRA member and would like to post an opening, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (lryan[at]miracoalition.org)

Director of Organizing

Institutional organizing is central to MIRA’s mission and strategy. The Director of Organizing leads MIRA’s organizing work to advance our agenda at the federal, state and local levels. In close collaboration with the Executive Director and the Communications and Policy teams, (s)he will identify priority campaigns, and develop and implement field organizing plans for those campaigns, delegating selected campaigns to the Senior Organizer.

The Director of Organizing also serves as MIRA’s lead contact for national, state and local organizing campaigns and coalitions, and represents MIRA in selected coalitions and working groups. (S)he serves as a MIRA “ambassador” to key communities and audiences; leads major projects that engage and support MIRA organizational members; and recruits, trains and supervises the Organizing team, including staff, fellows and interns. This is a full-time position with benefits. The Director of Organizing reports to the Executive Director. Application deadline: Rolling; job reposted on July 13, 2019.

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Youth Outreach Coordinator, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center

You’ll work closely with the team, colleagues, youth workers, and young people to empower youth leaders, improve access to support services, educate the community, and further BARCC’s mission of ending sexual violence through healing and social change.

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Events Manager, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center

You’ll contribute to the success of BARCC and its financial sustainability by conceptualizing, organizing, and executing two signature fundraising events each year—the Champions for Change Gala (~650 attendees) and the Walk for Change (~2,000 attendees)—along with other donor cultivation and stewardship events. You will execute all event logistics, including coordinating corporate sponsor benefit fulfillment and in-kind sponsorships, volunteer and contractor resources, and marketing initiatives in partnership with the Development Director and Marketing and Communications Manager. 

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Community Organizer for Brazilian Women's Group

The Brazilian Women’s Group is looking for an energetic and highly motivated community organizer who is dedicated to social and economic justice and wants to work with immigrant rights in the Greater Boston.

The Brazilian Women's Group (BWG) was started in 1995 by a group of Brazilian immigrant women of various backgrounds and occupations. The women hoped to "make a difference" in the wider Brazilian community, encouraging its members, particularly women, to stand up for their rights in the United States. The Brazilian Women’s Group’s Mission is to promote the empowerment of Brazilian women and the Brazilian community in the Boston area.

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Vida Verde Women’s Cooperative Coordinator

Vida Verde, a project of the Brazilian Women’s Group, is a successful housecleaning cooperative dedicated to using green products and methods.  It was started in 2006 and funded by a grant from Tufts/NIOSH, under the umbrella of the Brazilian Women’s Group (BWG). We are seeking an energetic, committed, bilingual (Portuguese/English) candidate who is community-oriented and a proponent of green practices.  This is a 25-hour/week position. Working hours may increase depending on funding availability. Hours involve some evenings and weekends and occasional traveling. Salary is based on experience. Reliable transportation is necessary (with mileage reimbursement).

The Brazilian Women's Group (BWG) was started in 1995 by a group of Brazilian immigrant women of various backgrounds and occupations. The women hoped to "make a difference" in the wider Brazilian community, encouraging its members, particularly women, to stand up for their rights in the United States. The Brazilian Women’s Group’s Mission is to promote the empowerment of Brazilian women and the Brazilian community in the Boston area.

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