Fresno Barrios Unidos

Our organization is filled with powerful, vibrant, dedicated leaders. We provide our staff with health coverage, paid sick and vacation time, 14 observed holidays, no cost mental health supplement, and more!

We are looking for leaders from the Fresno community and beyond who will contribute to a culture that is youth centered and rooted in inclusivity, respect and appreciation for the people and families we serve.


Fresno Barrios is hiring a new Executive Director. Interested? Email Jenn at as follows:

● Individuals interested in the role are invited to send a resume, along with a cover letter explaining your
alignment with the profile described above.
● Co-applicants are welcomed to submit a joint cover letter describing your proposed partnership and
alignment with the qualifications, along with individual resumes of each of the co-applicants.
Jenn welcomes all inquiries and suggestions for potential candidates.

Fresno Barrios Unidos is committed to building a diverse staff that comprehends the needs of the community it serves. People of color, gender non-conforming, and LGBTQ+ applicants are strongly encouraged. People with lived experience in systems of harm, including the juvenile or criminal legal system, child welfare system, immigration system, and the school-to-prison pipeline are also highly encouraged to apply.

NOTE: This is not a remote position. The individual(s) hired for this position will be expected to live in the greater Fresno area. A small relocation stipend may be available.

When I accepted the offer to work at Fresno Barrios Unidos, I thought I was simply saying yes to a job, nothing more. I was astonished to find that Fresno Barrios Unidos has become much more than just a workplace. Fresno Barrios Unidos has become a loving community, a place of respite, and a space of immense healing from all the trauma I incurred from perpetual marginalization. Fresno Barrios Unidos is a place where I finally feel where I belong.