Work Opportunities

The National Campaign is committed to adding dedicated and dynamic individuals to our team. Our offices, located in the heart of the Nation’s capital, are a fun and fast-paced place to work.

New job announcements are posted here as soon as they are available. If no announcements appear, then we are not currently hiring for any new positions.

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MAILING ADDRESS
The National Campaign
1776 Massachusetts Ave., NW Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
​recruitment@thenc.org

Positions Available

Graphic Designer

The National Campaign is seeking a highly creative, versatile, and skilled person to be the organization’s in-house Graphic Designer. Essential duties include bringing the Campaign’s print and digital design work (previously done by a number of external vendors) in-house, managing the design of all future Campaign publications and digital products, helping establish a familial look and feel for the Campaign’s various digital properties and printed materials, and playing a key role in the organization’s rebranding inquiry. The Graphic Designer is part of the Campaign’s Marketing and Communications team, will work closely with the Digital Media team, and will report to the Vice President of Marketing and Communication.

Internships

Internship Application (25.92 KB)

An internship at The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy is a prearranged, structured learning experience scheduled within a specific time frame. The experience must be relevant to the intern's academic and professional goals, and to the research and program activities of The National Campaign. An internship is performed under the direct supervision of National Campaign staff.

Internships, for the most part, are arranged individually. Undergraduate or graduate students enrolled at accredited universities are preferred. Information and applications may be obtained by contacting the Intern Coordinator. All internship applicants must submit an application, resume, and cover letter to be considered. All application items must be submitted as a complete package and incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Writing samples may be requested for work with specific departments.

Please refer to the departments on our website for specific information regarding The National Campaign’s various research, media, and outreach activities. Please note: all Campaign interns must be at least 18 years old.

A limited number of interns will be selected each semester in three sessions with the following application deadlines:

Spring: November 1st
Summer: April 15th
Fall: Sept 1st

Please submit application materials to: Recruitment@thenc.org

Or mail to:

The National Campaign
1776 Massachusetts Ave., NW Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
Attn: Intern Coordinator

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