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Are you passionate about nonprofit work? We’re looking for a part-time Communications Manager for Georgetown Ministry Center, a small nonprofit serving homeless people in Washington, DC. While the position has a strong emphasis on managing communication, we’re also looking for someone who is excited to learn about all aspects of a nonprofit organization, including fundraising, event planning, outreach, and advocacy.

We are a small nonprofit with a small, tight-knit staff who share responsibility for all aspects of the organization. You, as the Communications Manager, would work directly with the Executive Director and the Development Director to create a cohesive and consistent message for members of our community, while also having the opportunity to spend time at the Center and in our winter shelter, perform street outreach, and form connections with various community members and organizations in order to better understand and promote our organization.

Communications responsibilities include managing social media; producing and formatting our tri-annual newsletter and an annual report; leading event promotion and marketing; writing occasional press releases; coordinating board activities including assembling board reports and agendas; and finding creative ways to tell Georgetown Ministry Center’s story.

This could be you if you’re looking to experience all aspects of nonprofit management, with an emphasis on communication, social media, and writing. We’re looking for someone with exceptional verbal and written communication skills, a passion for grammar and strong opinions on the Oxford comma, an eye for graphic design, and the ability to develop a cohesive voice for our organization. You should also be excited about being involved in every aspect of a small nonprofit, and be willing to branch into fundraising, event planning, street outreach, and spending time at the Center.


If this sounds like you, send us a resume and cover letter and tell us a bit about yourself, your experience, and why you might be a great fit with our organization. We’re looking for passion and a unique voice, so don’t be afraid to let some personality shine through in that cover letter.

Interested candidates should email a resume and a cover letter in a single PDF file to The cover letter should demonstrate exceptional writing skills.


PTO and flexible schedule


Exceptional spoken and written English


Entry level


4-year degree

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