BorderLinks is a bi-national, nonprofit educational organization at the U.S./Mexico border dedicated to raising awareness and inspiring action around global political economics. Our programs focus on cross-border relationship building opportunities, issues of immigration, community formation and development, and social justice in the borderlands between Mexico, the U.S, and beyond. On average, nearly 1,000 individuals participate annually in BorderLinks learning opportunities.
Education at its best combines academic study and reflection with direct personal experience, respects all people as potential teachers, acknowledges complexity and refuses to be satisfied by over-simplification, is enriched by learning in community, and encourages each participant to act on what he or she has learned.
Commitment to Diversity
BorderLinks is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or other status protected by law. We will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified employees with a known protected disability or for an employee’s religious beliefs providing the accommodation does not cause undue hardship to the organization or cause a direct threat to health and safety as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act or applicable state law.
BorderLinks is committed to building a diverse staff, and to encouraging diversity among participants, volunteers, and everyone affiliated with BorderLinks. Not only do we not discriminate against any particular group of people, we are committed to pro-actively seeking qualified applicants who represent diversity in terms of their race or ethnicity, family situation, economic class, education, gender, sexual orientation, age, and physical ability.