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Unless otherwise noted, please email a cover letter and resume to jobs@fcnl.org. Please direct any questions to Lauren Bladen-White at lauren@fcnl.org.

Open Positions

Development Database Coordinator

The Database Associate is responsible for data management and administrative support within the scope of FCNL’s fund development program. The position plays a central role in FCNL's effective engagement with our network of more than 100,000 supporters and donors throughout the country.

Grants Writer (Contract)

The grants writer will research and identify potential funding sources and submit proposals and reports to funders. We are looking for an experienced grant writer to help us steward existing relationships while helping us to cultivate new ones.

Annual Fund Director

The Annual Fund Director will lead the planning and implementation of FCNL’s $3 million Annual Fund with the goal of growing the Annual Fund and donor base. We are seeking a director who will bring a fresh outlook and new ideas to the table.

Major Gifts Officer

As a key member of FCNL's Development team, the Major Gifts Officer will travel nationwide to interpret FCNL programs, engage our network and find new supporters to strengthen FCNL's impact in Washington.

Unpaid Opportunities


FCNL is looking for volunteers to work in our office performing tasks such as answering phones, greeting visitors, responding to information requests, and contacting our constituents.

Fellowships and Programs (Deadlines Vary)

Young Fellows Program

Join FCNL's staff in Washington, DC full-time for 11 months in this paid program. For recent grads and others at the beginning of their careers.

Advocacy Corps

Lead grassroots campaigns on your campus or in your community. For students, recent grads and others at the beginning of their careers: ages 19-30.

The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship

FCNL occasionally hosts Scoville Fellows to work as full-time junior staff members. Applications open semiannually.

Summer Internships

Take your first step into federal policy and nonprofit work. Primarily for current students, ages 18-23, but older participants will be considered.

FCNL seeks to create a diverse workplace. We are actively soliciting applicants from different ethnic, racial and religious backgrounds.

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