Jobs in Virginia
Student Advocacy Fellow
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia is offering an exclusive, yearlong fellowship opportunity to driven, passionate students ready to join the ranks of Virginia’s pro-choice champions. Our program develops a cohort of next-generation leaders ready with the skills and support they need to make change on their campus in Virginia.
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia seeks a full-time Director of Development to advance our state-level advocacy, organizing, and political work for reproductive rights and health care access. The Director of Development will oversee all our fundraising and donor communications efforts, including membership (direct mail, online, sustainers), major donors, foundation grants, and special events. Our ideal candidate will have a breadth of experience and demonstrated success in nonprofit fundraising; exceptional written and verbal communication and strategic thinking skills; and the organizational skills to manage themselves and others to implement various fundraising strategies to achieve our goals.
Communications Fellow, Spring 2019 (Northern Virginia)
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia seeks a Communications Fellow who will work closely with the Communications Manager to execute electoral, legislative, and advocacy campaigns through efforts to communicate with our membership, the public, and the press. The position will be responsible for assisting in internal and external communications with members, activists, volunteers and the media. The fellow will gain skills and experience necessary for working in communications for a non-profit organization or electoral campaign, as well as knowledge of pro-choice messaging, advocacy, and activism. The fellow will assist the staff in communicating with NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia's members and activists through our website, blog, email listserv, and social media platforms. The fellow will have opportunities to contribute to NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia's program work to support pro-choice education, awareness and activism across the Commonwealth of Virginia.