Job Opportunity: Press Secretary

The National Skills Coalition (NSC) seeks a press secretary who can lead its growing communications team. That person could be you.  The organization is a network of business, labor, education, and activist leaders who want to see America grow by investing in its people. They envision a nation that provides every worker and industry the […]

City Paper Wants Your DC Stories

The Washington City Paper‘s next fiction issue is approaching, and it needs your submissions. Here’s a chance to give the city, and a broader audience, a look at DC from your point of view. The paper wants unpublished short stories no longer than 2,000 words. These tales will give readers a view of the District […]

Grievance Officers and Contract Advisors Needed

The NWU’s Grievance and Contract Committee is in search of several members who are interested in volunteering their time to be trained and to serve as Grievance Officers (GOs) and Contract Advisors (CAs).  Why Volunteer? Grievance Officers assist fellow NWU members in fighting to resolve disputes with publishers that may arise from lack of pay, […]

October 2018 President’s Report

If there was any doubt as to who is telling the truth, all you have to do is watch the testimony of Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the Republican Senators’ Day of Rage against Dr. Christine Blaisey Ford. White, male patriarchy was on full display, not unlike a visit to the Ape House at the zoo, […]

DC Member Bill Fletcher Jr. Launches Novel

Join award-winning journalist and lifelong social justice advocate Bill Fletcher, Jr. for the launch of his new crime novel The Man Who Fell From the Sky 5 pm Sunday, November 18 at Busboys & Poets in Washington, D.C. The book’s publisher, Hard Ball Press, is run by NY co-chair Timothy Sheard. In The Man Who Fell, David Gomes […]

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 […]

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 […]