About the Partnership for Working Families
EBASE | East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy
East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE) has a 20-year track record of advancing economic, racial and social justice by building a just economy in the East Bay based on good jobs and healthy communities. We address the root causes of economic injustice by developing strategic coalitions among residents, workers and people of faith to build power and create change with low-income workers and communities of color.
ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY: Grassroots Collaborative (501c3) builds power with working families through strategic community-labor organizing, grassroots leadership development, civic engagement, and research. We organize to win progressive policies and systems change that improve the lives of low-to-moderate income people and communities of color. We utilize popular education to build consciousness, and build organization that unites residents, community and labor organizations to create transformative change for a more just society.
CPI | Center on Policy Initiatives
CPI seeks a Researcher/Policy Analyst who is passionate about economic and social justice, meticulous about research and able to strategically plan and implement both short- and long-term research and issue-based campaign work.
CPI’s Research Team conducts various types of research to inform policy development and campaign strategy and to educate lawmakers and the public on issues relating to the economy, equity, low-wage work, and access to middle class careers in San Diego. The position reports to the Deputy Director.
The Partnership for Working Families
Partnership for Working Families is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) as a host organization for the Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows program. The Public Fellows program promotes the visibility and value of the humanities PhD beyond the academy by offering opportunities for PhDs to take on substantive roles in the fields of policy, community development, arts and culture, media, and international affairs.