Join the Movement

Director of Campaigns & Organizing

GGE is seeking a full-time Director of Campaigns & Organizing to join our team. This position will utilize organizing and activism strategies to harness and mobilize the cultural clout, creativity, and energy of young cis, trans and non-binary youth of color, and their allies, to run campaigns that support GGE’s mission. This is a remarkable position for an effective and experienced organizer who has driven social justice campaigns forward, with a particular focus and commitment to anti-racist, feminist/womanist/queer, and youth development. This role will initially be focused on building upon our existing community and relationships across New York State, and building a strategy for GGE to grow its capacity to engage in movement building and activism. The role will also feed into the extension of the organization’s programming in select cities across the country. 

How to Apply:

All applications will be received via email.  No phone calls or snail mail, please. 

All applications must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.) that speaks to experience running and winning electoral, legislative and/or issue-focused campaigns

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Director of Campaigns & Organizing/YOUR NAME

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The priority deadline for applications is October 11, 2019.


Community Organizer

GGE is seeking a full-time Community Organizer to join our team. This position will utilize organizing and activism strategies to harness and mobilize the cultural clout, creativity, and energy of young cis, trans and non-binary youth of color, and their allies, to run campaigns that support GGE’s mission. This role will initially support building upon our existing community and relationships across New York State, and building a strategy for GGE to grow its capacity to engage in movement building and activism. 

How to Apply:

All applications will be received via email.  No phone calls or snail mail, please. 

All applications must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.) that specifically outlines commitment to base building and community organizing.

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Community Organizer/YOUR NAME

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The priority deadline for applications is October 11, 2019.


Alternatives to Placement Program Manager

GGE is seeking a full-time Alternatives to Placement Program Manager to oversee the creation and implementation of New York City’s first alternative to placement program for people who identify as girls, in partnership with the New York City Administration for Children’s Services and Rising Ground through their STEPS to End Family Violence program. This is a unique role for a skilled youth worker who has direct experience working with young cis and trans women and girls and GNC/NB youth who are systems-impacted, to explore their identity, connect to community resources, build life skills and engage in local and national advocacy work around the issues that directly impact their lives.

How to Apply:

All applications will be received via email.  No phone calls or snail mail, please. 

All applications must include (in PDF format):

  • Resume
  • Thoughtful cover letter (including how you became aware of this opportunity: job portal, referral, etc.) that speaks to experience working with young people who are systems-impacted.

E-mail applications to: JoinTheTeam@ggenyc.org

Subject Line: Alternatives to Placement Program Manager/YOUR NAME

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The priority deadline for applications is October 11, 2019.


GGE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. GGE provides equal employment opportunities to all employees, job applicants, interns, and volunteers without regard to race, color, religion, creed, political association, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or partnership status, national origin, immigration or citizenship status, age, military or veteran status, pregnancy, caregiver status, handicap or disability, genetic information or characteristic, unemployment status, arrest or conviction record, credit history, status as a victim or survivor of domestic violence, sex offenses, or stalking, or status in any group protected by federal, state, or local law in accordance with applicable law.