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Here's what we got on tap for you today

  • Meme of the Week
  • Article of the Week: Inspirational Prison Program Makes a Difference For Inmates and the Planet
  • New Job Opportunities
  • Win of the Week: Microsoft Newly-Renovated Campus Runs of Geothermal Energy
  • Bummer of the Week: Climate Scientists Explain Why Wildfires are Getting Worse

Meme of the Week

Article of the Week

Ready for Some GOOD News?

Surprise! The headlines are bleak, so we decided to deliver some good news to your inbox for once.

In the midst of job searching, perfecting your resume, and going out on yet another interview, it can be easy to lose sight of WHY you want a job in the social impact sphere in the first place.

So sit back, relax, and allow yourself to be re-inspired to make the world a better place!

Ten years ago, the La Joyita prison in Panama was known for its filthy living conditions. Inmates had to wear bath towels over their heads and keep their plates covered to keep swarming flies away.

Today, circumstances look completely different thanks to a recycling and plant nursery program called EcoSólidos, which is supported by the Red Cross. In the program, prisoners sort through recyclable materials to earn reduced sentences.

The program has resulted in reduced prison fighting and a 20% drop in the recidivism rate of released inmates. Living conditions have also greatly improved, and 80% of all waste at La Joyita is recycled.

La Joyita inmates also turned an abandoned area of the prison into a garden, the Sembrando Paz vivarium, that uses composted material from the recycling program to grow native trees and other plants.

The vivarium contributes 1,500 tree seedlings per year to the Million Hectares Alliance, a program that aims to replant one million hectares in Panama over the next 20 years.

Are you feeling inspired and ready to hit the job board? Scroll down to find your dream job in the social impact industry.

New Job Opportunities

  1. Manager of Grants and Institutional Giving at JDC - New York, NY (USA)
  2. Advocacy and Campaigns Lead at CIVICUS - Global (Remote)
  3. SEED Spot Mentor Program (Volunteer) - USA
  4. Senior Manager, Climate and Nature at Palladium - Washington, DC (USA)
  5. Global Family Reunification Coordinator at Refuge Point - Remote (Global)
  6. Program Specialist, Fellowships at Equal Justice Works - Washington, DC (USA)

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Win of the Week:

Microsoft’s Redmond campus in Washington state has recently finished a huge renovation project that includes tons of planet-friendly improvements. One example is the new Geothermal Energy Center, which aims to heat and cool 50% of the campus and produce zero carbon emissions.

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Bummer of the Week:

As we approach the summer months, warnings of extreme wildfires in several parts of the world have already begun. Climate scientists explain how exactly climate change makes wildfires worse in the video linked below.

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