Jobs at JWI

Young Women’s Leadership Network Coordinator

JWI’s Young Women’s Leadership Network is looking for an outgoing, motivated, and creative person to work in our D.C. office assisting with event coordination, social media content, and expanding JWI’s rapidly-growing Network. Responsibilities include:

  • Support the Network national manager in D.C. in growing Networks in D.C., New York, L.A., Denver, and Chicago.

  • Help develop and implement engaging social media content for the Young Women’s Leadership Network on all social media platforms;

  • Build email correspondence for event marketing;

  • Support the general administrative duties of city-specific events, including handling catering and rental details, and coordinating with local board members and event chairs;

  • Track events and membership related data and analytics;

  • Work with the development team on membership engagement;

  • Represent the Network at community events and meetings;

  • Support the creation of new Networks;

  • Help with national events and meetings including annual Young Women’s Leadership Conference, Advocacy Day, National Board Retreat

A Successful Candidate Will Have:

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • One to three years’ experience

  • Strong writing, communication, and social media skills (graphic design skills a plus)

  • Proactive style with excellent interpersonal skills; a team player

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks

  • Communications/marketing/non-profit background preferred

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel, and graphic design software

Salary: $30K to $35K, commensurate with experience.

What is the Network?

JWI’s Young Women’s Leadership Network brings together thousands of young professional Jewish women in their 20s and 30s, offering more than 65 local programs a year. Network programs are focused on personal and professional enrichment, volunteerism, and philanthropy, while national initiatives include an annual retreat, a National Advocacy Day and the Young Women’s Leadership Conference.


Interns

JWI is seeking energetic, hardworking, detail-oriented interns for the following departments: 

Development

The development intern works on a variety of fundraising projects and activities, including JWI’s annual Women to Watch gala, the National Library Initiative, Flower Project, and social media planning. This intern also conducts foundation research using the Web and traditional sources and works with the marketing team to help integrate fundraising activities into JWI’s marketing strategy. Ideal candidates must have excellent written and oral communication skills, proficiency with MS Word, and experience with Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote is desirable. Additionally, experience in online research is highly valued. The intern must be able to work independently, committed to progressive women’s issues, and available to come into the office at least two days per week. 


Marketing

The marketing intern will assist with the organization’s marketing and communications efforts as well as its premier publication,JW magazine. Duties include writing and editing for our website and newsletters, drafting press releases, and event promotion and marketing. The intern also will assist with promotion and advertising for the magazine as well as researching story ideas and short writing assignments. Good writing skills are essential. Intern must be available to come into the office at least 2 days a week. Please include writing samples with resumé and cover letter.


Programs

JWI’s program department is seeking a summer intern to help develop our dating abuse and sexual assault prevention programs for college students. The programs are targeted to Greek life and Jewish students on campuses across the country. In addition to helping with program development, the intern will be part of a team planning and implementing our annual Summer Series breakfast briefings for D.C. interns and young professionals. The ideal intern will be a member of Greek life and available to work Monday through Thursday for a period of six to eight weeks this summer.

 

Magazine

The magazine intern assists with JW magazine. Published online and once per year in print, JW offers women resources, insights and tips for everyday Jewish living and attracts readership and interest among a broad audience. Duties will include writing, research, editing, and proofreading for a variety of articles and short features. Interns will receive frequent writing assignments and also have an opportunity to propose their own stories and do original research. This internship is ideal for a journalism student. Good writing skills are essential. Please include writing samples with resumé and cover letter.


Social Media - Young Women's Leadership Network

The YWLN social media intern will assist with the Network’s marketing and communications efforts and works closely with the National Manager of the Young Women’s Leadership Network. Responsibilities include: Network engagement, logistical planning for network events (in four cities), identifying workshop speakers, retaining and growing membership, managing social media presence for the network, and helping with the planning of JWI’s “Summer Series.” Intern must be available to come into JWI's D.C. office at least two days per week. Please include writing samples with resumé and cover letter.

 A successful candidate will have:

  • Strong writing and communication skills

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and programs

  • Should be a connector, with an outgoing personality

  • Experience in event coordination and planning or community engagement


Development and Marketing Intern

The development and marketing intern works on a variety of fundraising projects and activities, including JWI’s annual Women to Watch gala luncheon, the National Library Initiative, Flower Project, and social media planning. This intern also conducts foundation research using online and traditional sources and works with the marketing team to help integrate fundraising activities into JWI’s marketing strategy. Ideal candidates must have excellent written and oral communication skills, proficiency with MS Word, and experience with Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint. Additionally, experience in online research is highly valued. The intern must be able to work independently, committed to progressive women’s issues, and available to come into JWI's D.C. office at least two days per week. Please send writing samples with resume and cover letter to Senior Development Manager Lisa Register at [email protected].


Jewish Women International is an equal opportunity employer regardless of age, color, national origin, disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.