Check out this page to see employment opportunities at our member Councils around the country!
Vermont Council of World Affairs (Burlington, VT)
Open Position: External Affairs Manager (full time)
The Vermont Council on World Affairs is currently recruiting candidates for the External Affairs Manager position to develop, implement, and evaluate programs and events; manage organizational communications and marketing; and serve as an ambassador for the organization.
To apply or learn more, please visit VCWA's website.
Open Position: Americorps VISTA (full time)
Deadline: Tuesday, August 31, 2021
The Vermont Council on World Affairs is seeking an Americorps VISTA to support the VCWA's education programs, conduct grant writing and sponsorship outreach, and design new educational and youth programs that are more accessible to all.
To apply or learn more, please visit VCWA's listing on Americorps website.
International Relations Council (Kansas City, MO)
Open Position: Global Education Coordinator (full time)
Priority Deadline: Friday, May 14, 2021
The International Relations Council, a Kansas City nonprofit membership organization, seeks a full-time global education coordinator to support the development of global literacy in area K-12 students. The position will be responsible for the planning, execution, and evaluation of the IRC’s two annual signature events for K-12 students, growing relationships with area schools and districts, and supporting the development of additional initiatives. This position reports to the executive director.
More information and application instructions are available on the IRC's website.
Columbus Council on World Affairs (Columbus, OH)
Priority Deadline: Sunday, April 25, 2021
The Columbus Council on World Affairs is a non-partisan, educational non-profit organization with a 45-year history of delivering high-quality education on cross-cultural understanding and current global affairs.The newly-created Communications Manager role will be responsible for developing, driving, and managing CCWA’s communications strategy. The Communications Manager will create, package, and deploy CCWA’s messaging across all platforms and across all programs while ensuring meaningful engagement with CCWA’s key stakeholders. Success in this role is measured by increased revenue generation over time via: a) consistent and compelling messaging, b) meaningful engagement with an ever-expanding fan base (eg, donors, clients, schools, enthusiasts, volunteers, etc), and c) increased awareness of CCWA among the general Columbus community.
More information and application instructions are available on the CCWA website.