Job: Campus Election Engagement Project

The Campus Election Engagement Project is a nationwide nonpartisan project that assists colleges and universities in getting students to vote. The group intends to work with more than 350 schools this year, providing nonpartisan candidate guides for students. The project is in search of a fact checker and researcher to help with this initiative. The […]

Job Opportunity: Dept for Professional Employees

The Department for Professional Employees, a coalition of two dozen national unions, is looking for a new Research and Outreach Manager. The job, located in downtown Washington, DC, involves researching policy areas affecting professional and technical employees. As a manager, you will be responsible for proposing, developing, and updating such research. You will analyze data […]

Opportunity to Earn a Free Associate Degree

Union members across the country qualify for a Union Plus membership, which comes with benefits ranging from savings on your phone bill to help with purchasing a home. Now the program is offering a free online college education in partnership wth Eastern Gateway Community College. Eastern Gateway Community College is an accredited, non-profit public institution. […]

Win $500 for Your Article on Working People

Do you cover the experiences of working people? Have you written about past organizational efforts, achievements, and struggles? Your work could be eligible for the Bernhardt Prize. The Bernhardt Prize is a $500 award given to the author of an article that increases our collective understanding of the history of working people. Stories can tackle […]

Free Magazine on Journalists and Jobs

These aren’t the easiest of times for journalists. We’ve watched wages drop and jobs disappear. We live in a country whose president regularly questions the integrity of reporters. In that environment, the current issue of the Columbia Journalism Review’s magazine devotes most of its pages to the precarious nature of jobs and incomes in the […]

Social Justice Foundation Seeks Communications Director

You may have joined the National Writers Union out of a belief that common people need a greater voice to compete with corporate power. If so, the Wallace Global Fund may have a job for you. The Wallace Global Fund describes itself as a “progressive foundation dedicated to promoting an informed and engaged citizenry, fighting […]

Literacy Council Seeks Volunteer Tutors

Montgomery County, Maryland, has a growing need for English tutors.If you’re a member of the National Writers Union, and well versed in the English language, here’s an opportunity to pass on what you know to others. The Literacy Council of Montgomery County is seeking to enroll tutors, such as yourself, by June 7, to help […]

DC Women Editors Group to Meet July 9

Are you an editor or aspiring editor? Would you like to find kindred spirits in the DC area? Consulting Women is an online community of several hundred self-employed women. Recently it formed a subgroup of editors. The next meeting is at noon, Monday, July 9 at the home of Ruth Anne Phillips, convener of the group. The location […]

Get Publishing Secrets at Free DC Event

Regnery Publishing president Marjory Grant Ross is one of the few women heading a publishing house in the US. She’s helped 75 books make the New York Times bestsellers list, and 12 reach the #1 spot. Next month, she’ll offer free advice to women who want to become bestselling authors. Ross’s hour-long presentation, “7 Surprising […]

Politics and Arts Welcomes Applications from DC Residents

Do you have a poem that resonates best when it’s read aloud? Have you written song lyrics for your a cappella group? You have a chance to get you work in front of others, live, a few blocks away from the White House. The fourth annual Politics & Art event, presented in conjunction with the […]