The University of Montana invites applications for an American Indian/Alaska Native Outreach and Project Coordinator . This position requires a high degree of initiative, along with strong and creative problem-solving skills, attention to detail, and ability to work as part of a team. This is a grant funded position and part of the FMRWM’s initiatives to serve and train residents in populations at high-risk and underserved, including racial and ethnic minority populations and rural communities. This position relies heavily on the ability to develop and maintain collaborative partnerships internally and with community organizations. This position requires traveling; including some overnight travel will be required. Working collaboratively with the FMRWM Program Director, Rural Director, and administrative team, this position will:
Serve as a liaison between tribal partners and the FMRWM through coordination of site visits, training projects and scholarship efforts;...
The Bail Project
Flathead Reservation, Polson, MT, USA
Bail Disruptors are community-based advocates who work in local teams to identify people in need of bail assistance, post bail to secure their freedom, and provide pretrial support using The Bail Project’s Community Release with Support model.
In addition to these direct services, Bail Disruptors leverage local partnerships with other service providers, advocacy organizations, and community groups to expand resources for Bail Project clients and advance bail reform.
Bail Disruptors work closely with The Bail Project’s Support Hub on the implementation of advocacy and communications strategies to create systemic change that combats racial and economic disparities in the criminal legal system and eliminates cash bail and the need for bail funds, including our own.
Direct Bail Assistance
Respond to referrals from public defenders, family members, and other sources
Complete research, conduct interviews with potential clients, and...
The CSU Health Network at Colorado State University is recruiting for a Senior Coordinator for Student Athlete Mental Health. The Senior Coordinator for Student Athlete Mental Health (“Senior Coordinator”) at Colorado State University coordinates a comprehensive approach to supporting student athletes as they navigate their lives and sport with the intent to maximize their functionality to the highest levels in their personal, academic, and athletic experiences. Student athletes have diverse needs. They have the same developmental tasks, stressors, transition difficulties, and risks as other Colorado State University students. In addition, they face pressures related to athletic performance, time and life balance, and, maintaining the personal and academic standards expected of them as representatives of Colorado State University. The Senior Coordinator position is a fundamental collaboration between the CSU Health Network and the Athletic Department to provide mental health...