The organizations below are members of MIUSA's Excellence in Development and Disability Inclusion (EDDI) initiative, committed to inclusion and diversity both in the work that they do and in their teams. Because more people with disabilities are needed in international development careers, we highly encourage people with disabilities to explore their careers pages to find information about current jobs, internships, fellowships and other opportunities in the United States and around the world.
- Technical Advisor, Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience - Project Concern International. Location: Washington, DC
- Membership and Marketing Fellowship - Women Thrive Alliance. Location: Washington, DC
- Senior Gender Advisor, Uganda - Trickle Up. Location: Kamwenge, Uganda
For details, visit the organization's careers page in the links below.
A global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, ADRA works with people in poverty and distress to create just and positive change through empowering partnerships and responsible action.
Headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, ADRA also posts positions open in its 130 local offices around the world where ADRA operates. Go to ADRA careers page.
CORE Group works to end preventable maternal, newborn, and child deaths worldwide by improving and expanding community health practices for underserved populations.
Headquartered in Washington, DC, it works closely with over 90 member organizations committed to advancing community health in locations around the world. Find jobs, internships, fellowships, and more for Core Group and its member organizations on the CORE Group careers page.
Serving more than 60 countries and all U.S. states and territories, FHI 360 is dedicated to improving lives and addressing today's interrelated development challenges. Its staff includes experts in education, health, nutrition, economic development, civil society, environment, gender, youth, research and technology.
Job and fellowship opportunities are located in its Durham, North Carolina headquarters, Washington, DC, and globally. Go to the FHI 360 careers page.
The International Youth Foundation (IYF) maintains a worldwide community of businesses, governments, and civil-society organizations committed to empowering young people.
Find job openings at its U.S. headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland and international locations on the IYF careers page.
Project Concern International (PCI) implements community health, integrated development, and humanitarian assistance programs across Africa, Asia, and the Americas, empowering people to enhance health, end hunger and overcome hardship.
U.S. positions are largely based at PCI's offices in San Diego, California and Washington, DC. International positions are located in over a dozen PCI field offices. For details, visit the PCI careers portal.
"Working to right the wrongs of poverty, hunger and social injustice," Oxfam America works in over 90 countries. It focuses on several issue areas ranging from food security and agriculture to democracy and governance, to disaster response, and more.
Oxfam America offers jobs, internships, and volunteer positions at its U.S. offices in Boston, Massachusetts and Washington, DC. In addition, Oxfam affiliates work with over 3,000 partners in more than 90 countries and employ staff in a wide variety of posts. A selection of vacancies are posted on the Oxfam website along with links to all the Oxfam affiliates where more extensive employment opportunities are available. Visit the Oxfam America careers page.
Working in 120 countries, Save the Children advocates for large-scale change to give children in the United States and around the world a healthy start, the opportunity to learn, and protection from harm.
Save the Children U.S. offers jobs and other opportunities across the U.S. and around the world. Internships, fellowships, and volunteer positions take place at its offices in Fairfield, Connecticut and Washington, DC. Go to Save the Children's careers page.
The Solidarity Center helps build a global labor movement by strengthening the economic and political power of workers around the world through effective, independent and democratic unions.
Join its diverse team of rights activists in Washington, DC, or one of more than two dozen field offices around the world. See jobs and internships on the Solidarity Center careers page.
Trickle Up supports the poorest and most vulnerable to build sustainable livelihoods and take their first transformative steps out of ultrapoverty.
Trickle Up posts jobs and internships at its headquarters in New York City as well as its locations in India, Uganda, Mexico, Burkina Faso and more. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform essential job functions. Find current openings on Trickle Up's careers page.
Women Thrive Alliance is a global network of 300 grassroots women's rights and gender equality organizations located in over 53 countries, led by local change-makers who believe that women and girls should live free from violence, enjoy quality education, and achieve economic empowerment.
Find Washington, DC-based jobs, fellowships and internship positions on the Women Thrive Alliance careers page.
World Learning is a global non-profit organization with operations in more than 75 countries and participants from more than 140. Through its International Development Programs, World Learning enhances the capacity of individuals, groups and institutions to take ownership of their own development, secure just and effective policies and structures, and create sustainable positive change.
World Learning employs hundreds of U.S. and international staff at its headquarters in Vermont and Washington, DC, and field offices in more than 60 countries. It offers seasonal internships based in the Washington, DC office. Explore the World Learning careers page.
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