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Bilingual Associate Community Organizer

About The DART Center

PEACE is a constituent-led, grassroots organization that is part of the Direct Action and Research Training Center (DART), one of the largest faith-based community organizing networks in the country. At DART, we know that winning justice requires having power in the public arena. We've been organizing interfaith coalitions to build that power since 1982. From affordable housing shortages, to the criminalization of poverty, to inadequate public schools, and much more – organizers in the DART network go beyond the symptoms of community problems to change the unjust systems that cause these issues in the first place. A few of our victories include: -Hundreds of millions of dollars invested in affordable housing -Implementation of fair discipline policies in hundreds of schools, breaking the school-to-prison pipeline -$950 million invested in public transportation -Criminal justice reforms resulting in 50,000 fewer arrests of children


As an organizer in the DART network, you’ll spend most of your time in the community, developing relationships of trust with grassroots leaders. You’ll train them to engage their community in doing justice, and guide them in conducting research into community problems and creating winnable issue campaigns. You’ll also recruit new congregations, organize public direct action events, and coordinate an annual fundraising drive.


Who You Are -You have a passion for justice, and have acted on it. -You can build strong relationships with people from all walks of life. -You may or may not be personally religious. Either way, you have a genuine respect for all faith traditions and are excited about uniting faith communities to live out their call to “do justice.” DART organizations are diverse coalitions that include communities of color, low-to-moderate-income communities and immigrant communities. We strongly encourage people from these backgrounds to apply. Other Requirements -Ability to work some evenings and weekends to accommodate community members who work during the day. -A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable car. -No prior organizing experience is necessary, as we provide the training you’ll need to be successful. -Ability to travel for training events throughout the year. -Fluent in both Spanish and English

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