USGLC employees represent a wide variety of backgrounds and operate in a dynamic environment. Our staff – based primarily in Washington, DC – backstops a broad range of activities to educate and inspire support from the American public and policymakers on the importance of America’s civilian-led tools of diplomacy and development.

National Outreach Director

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) is seeking an experienced and innovative Director of National Outreach to lead its educational and advocacy efforts across the country. As a member of the USGLC senior team, the Director of National Outreach will shape the organization’s outreach strategy and coalition building, spearheading the organization’s advocacy and mobilization efforts to strategically engage with key Members of Congress across party lines. The USGLC is looking for a proven and effective leader with significant issue-based and/or political organizing experience, a high level of management and strategic planning skills, the proven ability to connect with diverse constituencies, and strong oral and written communications skills. This position will be based in Washington, D.C. once the organization returns from the remote work environment and reports to the USGLC’s Executive Director.

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Communications Assistant

The Communications Assistant will work across a fast-paced communications team to design, execute, and track a range of communications products – including daily news clips, fact sheets and communications material, social media content, event invitations, website content, and contacts database. The Assistant will also support the execution of regional and national events (currently held virtually) with the design and distribution of marketing material. The ideal candidate is an excellent communicator with outstanding attention to detail who is willing to learn new content management programs and able to multitask.

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We offer fall, spring, and summer internship opportunities in communications, government relations, national outreach, development, and policy.

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