The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies seeks a Director or Vice President of Development to lead our development team. This position, in partnership with the President and CEO, is responsible for building a donor engagement strategy and overseeing a variety of efforts to reach fundraising goals. A strong candidate will be deeply dedicated to the mission of FedSoc with a strong vision for how to expand the development operations and capacities of the organization. Top candidates will have a track record for leading a team to meet and exceed fundraising goals and will encourage a healthy development culture both within the development team and across the organization. [Read more…]
About Leadership Institute
The Leadership Institute is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 1979 by its president, Morton C. Blackwell. LI provides training in campaigns, fundraising, grassroots organizing,
youth politics, and communications.
The Institute teaches conservatives of all ages how to succeed in politics, government, and the media. Since its founding, LI has trained more than 200,000 conservative activists, leaders, and students.
About the Opening
LI seeks a friendly, detailed-oriented, and organized individual with the highest levels of personal integrity and exceptional judgment to serve as our Human Resources Manager. The HR Manager supports the organization and its staff in a variety of human resource functions.
The person we are looking for is a servant leader, a team player, and a “doer”, who is motivated by the Institute’s mission to increase the number and effectiveness of conservative leaders. [Read more…]
About Pioneer Insitute
Pioneer Institute is a policy research organization with a track record of significant impact in Massachusetts and across America. Dedicated to non-ideological, data-driven research and a professional and non-partisan culture, the Institute’s mission is to develop and communicate ideas and public policy that advance prosperity and vibrant civic life. The Institute views success as helping to advance a thriving society in which citizens have access to excellent education, healthcare, transportation, and economic opportunity. The Institute believes in limited, accountable, and transparent government.
Pioneer Institute was founded in 1988 and has a strong reputation. The Institute has a passionate staff including recognized, first-class policy experts whose work is peer reviewed. The communications and education teams disseminate scholars’ policy work using social media and other online strategies with a commitment to reaching a range of key audiences—including students, young professionals, and rising generations.
PioneerLegal is a non-partisan, public interest law firm that defends and promotes educational options, accountable government and economic opportunity across the Northeast. PioneerLegal achieves its mission through legal research, amicus briefs, and litigation.
About the Role
The Outreach Manager will play a pivotal role in advancing our mission by connecting with potential stakeholders across the Northeast to bring Pioneer’s message to wider audiences while also gathering insights and impact stories from these communities. [Read more…]
The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is an educational non-profit whose mission is to inspire, educate, and connect future leaders with the economic, ethical, and legal principles of a free society. These principles include individual liberty, free-market economics, ethical entrepreneurship, private property, high moral character, and limited government. FEE has been trusted by parents and teachers since 1946 to captivate and inspire tomorrow’s leaders with top-rated in-person seminars, resources for classrooms, and perspectives on relevant and worldly topics.
About the Role:
The External Relations Associate will support FEE’s department of External Relations (ER) by helping to cultivate and maintain business relationships with partners and establishing partner leads that will ultimately help expose FEE’s products, programs, and resources to new audiences on a large scale by leveraging partner networks.
The ER Associate will support the ER Director in partner cultivation, database management, and serve as the communications person for new prospects in order to maintain FEE’s high level of quality customer service and protect and maintain FEE’s strong 76-year reputation in the liberty network and within the mainstream education space. This role will also involve internal coordination between teams. Some travel required.
You: A confident self-starter with excellent interpersonal communication skills who will be a critical link between our supporters and the fundraising team. Your role is to provide our donors with a “wow” experience to help steward and strengthen donor relationships.
Them: Bureaucrats, city councils, mayors, governors, and federal agencies stripping Americans of their rights every day. There’s a lot of government overreach out there, and it’s backed by seemingly endless resources. But fortunately, like all lumbering giants, abusive government is most vulnerable when countered by individuals who act strategically and nimbly, take calculated risks, have each other’s backs, and are confident in and passionate for the cause—the very sort of swashbucklers we employ in spades here at PLF.
Us: We fight back. Pacific Legal Foundation is the nation’s first and most successful public interest law firm dedicated to vindicating individual liberty. PLF has an unmatched record in the United States Supreme Court, with 14 victories out of 16 cases litigated at the Court. We also have more than a hundred active cases across the nation.
We are a next-generation public interest law firm. What does “next-generation” mean for a legal nonprofit? It means we aren’t interested in doing the same thing as everyone else. We aspire to be the best player in a constantly changing game.
Here’s what you get to do in this role:
Not saying thanks could be the #1 reason why donors stop giving. In this role, you’ll develop and implement a comprehensive process to acknowledge and steward PLF’s contributors in order to strengthen donor retention and generate increased support for PLF. [Read more…]
Founded in 2017, the New Civil Liberties Alliance is a public-interest law firm focused on bringing strategic litigation to take away the tools and tactics that the Administrative State uses to violate people’s civil liberties. Think of it as a civil libertarian alternative to the ACLU that actually cares about the rights in the Constitution. NCLA defends people’s civil liberties against near-constant assault by the agents and agencies of the Administrative State. By forcing these agencies to abide by the original form of government and liberty established by the U.S. Constitution and state constitutions, NCLA stops unlawful abuses of power. NCLA’s pro bono litigation protects the liberty threatened by administrative power, including the freedom of speech, jury rights, and due process of law.
About the Director of Development Opening:
NCLA is looking for a talented, motivated, and experienced Director of Development. The Director will play a pivotal role in NCLA’s success by enhancing and executing its strategic development plan as part of the senior leadership team. The Director will work closely with NCLA’s Executive Director and President to achieve fundraising success. The Director will also have the opportunity to expand and build his/her own team in the coming months, including hiring a Development Associate. This is a unique opportunity to work directly with the leadership of a growing and well-regarded nonprofit organization and use your skills to fight for ideas you believe in.
The Director of Development will be based in NCLA’s Washington, DC office in Dupont Circle. NCLA will also consider exceptional candidates who have proven they can raise funds remotely.