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We are always looking for talented college students for paid internships. We hire for all semesters - fall, spring and summer. If you are a college student in our nation's capital, we encourage you to apply.

Please send or email a cover letter and resume to or:

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Development Manager – U.S. English Foundation

The U.S. English Foundation seeks a Development Manager to lead our fundraising efforts and bequests program. Candidate must have three years or more of proven fundraising experience in individual and foundation fundraising. Experience with donor relations, including interacting with older donors, is key. Ideal candidate will have the ability to work independently with limited supervision, will have knowledge of the principles and practices of grant writing. Attention to detail and the ability to analyze and articulate reasons for giving, set priorities, manage multiple tasks, and meet deadlines to achieve results are a must. Benefits package includes medical, dental, and vision coverage in a convenient downtown location. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to with the position title in the subject line.

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