Job Opportunities

Available Positions

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1. Communications, Research, and Public Relations Intern

2. Corporate Social Responsibility, Engagement and Research Intern

3. Grant and Research Assistant Intern

4. Office Intern


1. Position - Communications, Research, and Public Relations Intern

Compensation: Unpaid

Location: Washington, D.C.

Reports To: Communications Director and Vice President

Internship Overview: Responsible for supporting the Communications Director in developing and implementing global marketing strategies, developing marketing and communications campaigns and materials to be used both domestically and internationally, and manage social media platforms and content. Research leading communications, public engagement and media channels.  Develop databases and content appropriate for corporate members needs and global market leads needs. 

Intern Responsibilities: To ensure the integrity, uniformity, and high visibility of the WEConnect International brand and mechanisms for engagement with corporate members, thought leaders, donors, and women-owned businesses.

Person Specification:

  • Must demonstrate a proven track record of organizational skills
  • Empathy with women business owners
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Understanding of technology and its capabilities as they relate to marketing and social media
  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • Ability to set and meet targets independently
  • A ‘self-starter’ with excellent motivating skills, enthusiasm and vision
  • Sound judgment and good political skills
  • A flexible approach to work
  • Master student preferred, undergraduate considered based on level of qualifications

Click here to read the full description and application process.


2. Position - Corporate Social Responsibility, Engagement and Research Intern

Compensation: Unpaid

Location: Washington, D.C.

Reports To: Director of Corporate Relations and Vice President

Person Specification:

  • Must demonstrate a proven track record of organizational skills
  • Must demonstrate a proven track record with event management
  • Empathy with women business owners, preferably with experience starting and growing a business
  • Interest in pursuing careers in corporate social responsibility and corporate engagement
  • Experience working with multinational corporations or the private sector preferred
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • Ability to set and meet targets independently
  • A ‘self-starter’ with excellent motivating skills, enthusiasm and vision
  • Sound judgment and good political skills
  • A flexible approach to work
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office
  • Graduate student preferred, undergraduate considered based on level of qualifications

Click here to read the full description and application process.


3. Position - Grant and Research Assistant Intern

Compensation: Unpaid

Location: Washington, D.C.

Reports To: Director of Women Business Development and Vice President 

Person Specification:

  • Must demonstrate a proven track record of organizational skills
  • Must demonstrate a proven track record in drafting and researching grants
  • Empathy with women business owners, preferably with experience starting and growing a business
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • Ability to set and meet targets independently
  • A ‘self-starter’ with excellent motivating skills, enthusiasm and vision
  • Sound judgment and good political skills
  • A flexible approach to work
  • Graduate student preferred, undergraduate considered based on level of qualifications

Click here to read the full description and application process.


4. Position - Office Intern

WEConnect International offers interns an opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and insights into nonprofit, corporate and international work spheres as well as knowledge about women in business issues and private sector approaches to diversity and inclusion. 

Opportunities are well suited to a wide range of majors, including business, communications, graphic design, marketing, and international relations.

College seniors or graduate students are welcome to apply. You must be able to commit at least 2 days per week. Please include your availability and preferred focus area in your cover letter. To apply, please email your cover letter, resume and a 2-5 page writing sample to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. No calls please.

Application Timeline

Fall applications accepted July 1-August 15

Spring applications accepted Oct 15-Dec 10

Summer applications accepted March 15-June 15