Employment at WACA

The World Affairs Councils of America provides a collaborative, mission-driven environment to highly qualified applicants who seek challenging assignments and professional growth. We embrace diversity, passion, intellectual curiosity, and innovation.

Job Vacancies

The World Affairs Councils of America seeks to hire a Communications and Marketing AssociateThe Associate coordinates public relations and marketing efforts for WACA national flagship programs – both internally (newsletters to member Councils and the national Board of Directors) and externally (including media, news stories, issuance of press releases, website updates) – and other initiatives to support WACA and our Council Network. In addition, s/he assists in the development and execution of local Council communication pieces to ensure consistent, aligned national messaging. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC. 

Read the full description here.

Applications are due Wednesday, June 22. Email your resume, cover letter, and writing sample to waca@worldaffairscouncils.org.

WACA Internships

There are currently no internship vacancies with the World Affairs Councils of America.

Volunteer Opportunities

WACA seeks volunteers of all ages and backgrounds to support the annual Carlos and Malú Alvarez Academic WorldQuest National Competition for high school students (April) and the WACA National Conference (November). Please email waca@worldaffairscouncils.org if you would like to be considered for a volunteer position at one of our events.

Opportunities at Member Councils

WACA posts employment opportunities at member Councils around the U.S. If you are with a member Council and would like us to post an open position at your Council, please email waca@worldaffairscouncils.org for more information.

See Employment at Member Councils page.

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