Director of Finance and Administration, National Office

The Council for a Strong America seeks an experienced Finance Director. This is an exciting position for someone who wants to help run a dynamic mission-driven organization to help children thrive. This 18-year-old, 65-person nonprofit is the parent organization of five separate but related membership organizations that have their own staff but share most “back office” functions. We are headquartered in Washington, DC. The Finance Director...

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Senior Writer and Communications Associate, National Office

The Senior Writer and Communications Associate has at least four years of experience in writing for the news media, including persuasive communications through op-eds, speeches, talking points, news releases and media backgrounders. The ideal candidate will have a portfolio of published pieces and experience in message development and storytelling through multiple venues, including traditional media relations and social media engagement....

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Strategic Planning and Development Intern Program, National Office

About the Organization: The Council for a Strong America is the umbrella non-profit for five bipartisan organizations comprising five pillars of U.S. leadership–business, military, law enforcement, faith, and athletics–working together to prepare young Americans for success. Council For A Strong America is a national, nonpartisan organization that supports high-quality early education programs, prevention of child abuse and neglect,...

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Texas State Director, Council for a Strong America

An 18-year-old, bipartisan consortium of five nonprofit membership organizations working on children’s issues is seeking a director of a new state office in Texas. The organizations are part of the national Council for a Strong America (www.councilforastrongamerica.org), which has 10 other state offices across the US. This work will focus on promoting research-based policy interventions for low-income children that will give them the...

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Senior Associate, ReadyNation, National Office

We are seeking a dynamic organizer to join our team working to grow the economy and strengthen tomorrow’s workforce through effective investments in children. The Senior Associate supports the implementation of ReadyNation’s federal policy agenda, working closely with the National Director and CSA federal policy team; works with members to advance state policy campaigns; develops and maintains relationships with ReadyNation business members...

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Senior Associate, Mission: Readiness, National Office

National organization seeks engaging self-starter to put their advocacy and organizing skills to work with a great team on behalf of America’s kids, with excellent opportunity for professional growth.  Organization: Mission: Readiness is the nonprofit, nonpartisan organization led by hundreds of retired generals and admirals calling for smart investments proven to help young people succeed academically, stay physically fit, and abide by the...

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Federal Policy Deputy Director, National Office

About Us: The Council for a Strong America (CSA) is one of the leading national organizations that works with “unexpected messengers” – retired admirals and generals, law enforcement and business leaders, etc. – in order to make a difference in the lives of kids, especially those most at-risk for adverse outcomes. Through the work of five unique membership organizations, CSA seeks increased investments, both on the state and federal...

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Deputy National Director, Mission: Readiness, National Office

Terrific opportunity to put your energy and experience to work with an extraordinary team, committed to making a difference for our national security and America’s kids. Seeking a strategic leader to manage daily operations and engage retired senior military leaders across the United States for an exciting new mission in Washington, DC. Organization: Mission: Readiness is the nonprofit, nonpartisan organization led by retired senior military...

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