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Job Title: Programs Fellow
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Organization: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
Posted: 6/20/2017
Type: Internship
Classification: Public Health - General
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Washington DC,  DC   
Position Description: Responsibilities: • Supports the Chief Program Officer to convene multi-sectoral state and national organizations, leaders, and influencers to develop and organize around a shared blueprint for action to support women in their efforts to act intentionally on their decisions about if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant. Specifically, the Fellow will be responsible for all note taking, synthesis, and logistics related to all relevant meetings. • Researches and supports development of a widely accepted systems approach that establishes the infrastructure for a portfolio of interventions, working in concert, that are necessary to ensuring that women can act upon their decisions about if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant at the state and regional levels. • Collects and curates resources from partner organizations to support a “hub” approach to this work. • As needed, develops materials such as fact sheets, talking points, reports, and discussion guides to support the blueprint for action and related topics.

Qualifications: Qualifications We are looking for someone who will think big, embrace innovation, and seek new ways of addressing issues. S/he will be collaborative and proactive; value diversity of thought, backgrounds, and perspectives; be responsible, conscientious, adaptive, and resourceful. S/he will be able to comfortably embrace a non-ideological, “big tent” approach to unplanned pregnancy prevention and be passionate about creating a culture in which all children can thrive.

A Bachelor’s degree in public policy, health, or related field is required (Master’s degree preferred) and a minimum of 1 year of professional experience with coalition building, systems change, pregnancy prevention, or related social issues are required. Experience with meeting support, including organizing invitations, tracking registration, notetaking, and follow-up activities as well as experience with research and development of strategic, practice-focused frameworks is preferred. The ideal candidate will be interested and enthusiastic about supporting a new project. S/he will have excellent written and verbal communication skills; be creative, flexible, and a strategic thinker; and able to work independently and collaboratively.

The Programs Fellow is a temporary, full- time position for a duration of six months with the potential to extend based on funding. Benefits are not included. This position is classified as non-exempt. Some travel will be required.

Organization Description: About The National Campaign The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy works to ensure that all children are born into families committed to and ready to raise the next generation. Our goals over the next ten years are to: 1) reduce teen pregnancy by 50 percent; 2) reduce unplanned pregnancy among women age 18-29 by 25 percent; and 3) reduce racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in teen and unplanned pregnancy rates by 50 percent. We address the complex factors that lead to unplanned pregnancy through policy, research, capacity-building, convening, and strategic communications. We approach our work in an evidence-based, bi-partisan, non- ideological way. We focus on five strategies critical to reducing teen and unplanned pregnancy: 1) Make it the norm among young people to act consistently with their decisions about if and when to get pregnant; 2) Ensure that all young people have a trusted adult or social network with which they can discuss sex, relationships, and their futures; 3) Ensure that everybody has reliable, resonant, and accurate information about sexual health, including all contraceptive methods; 4) Ensure that everybody has full access to the full range of contraceptive methods within 60 minutes of where they live; and 5) Make pregnancy planning standard practice in settings influential in the lives of young people, such as education.

Closing Date: 9/26/2017
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Contact Name: Adrienne Padden,  Programs Fellow
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How to Apply: Application Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Programs Fellow The National Campaign 1776 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20036

Additional Information: Salary and Benefits

The National Campaign is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals and encourage bi-cultural and minority candidates to apply.

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