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Communications and Fundraising Manager for the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition


Astrid

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Jobs with acceptable pay and that specifically welcome members of the trans community are welcome news. 

 

This one is in the Boston area for a Communications and Fundraising Manager for the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition:

 

https://www.masstpc.org/jobs-at-mtpc/

 

They encourage trans folk to apply even if they *don't* meet all requirements.   The job is slated to begin in September, 2021, so I'd urge folks considering this to get their application in quickly.

 

Best wishes,

 

Astrid

 

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Thanks for posting this, Astrid.

 

Carolyn Marie

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Wow, this might be exactly what my wife would be interested in- She's a nonprofit focused communications and marketing guru.

 

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Cool.

"MTPC provides a consistent voice to key decision-makers about the lives of all trans, nonbinary, and gender expansive community members in Massachusetts. While there are many advocacy and social justice organizations focused broadly on the LGBTQ+ community, there are very few that are led by and created specifically for the transgender community, and in Massachusetts, MTPC is that organization."

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Just some employment  information for those in the Boston area and a requirement not seen to often in most job postings .

TCORE - BAMSI

Transgender Health Navigator in Brockton, Massachusetts | Careers at HIV Couns Testing Prev (icims.com)

 

  • Transgender or Non-binary is a Bona Fide Occupational Qualification for this position and only transgender or non-binary candidates will be interviewed.
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