FCNL is a nonpartisan organization that seeks to live our values of integrity, simplicity, and peace as we build relationships across political divides to move policies forward.
The Director of Human Resources leads and advises on the overall strategy, administration, coordination and evaluation of the human resources functions at FCNL.
The Staff Accountant provides support to the Accounting Manager and Controller to ensure efficiency and timeliness in the accounting treatment for FCNL’s financial management of asset and revenue activities and controls.
The Grasstops Advocacy Manager will identify, cultivate, track, and grow our network of individual grasstops and grassroots volunteer advocates who are building personal relationships with members of Congress and senior Hill staff.
The National Field Organizer is responsible for identifying, engaging, and cultivating new pools of advocates to lobby Congress and connect with FCNL’s advocacy programs.
Chosen applicants work as full-time staff members of FCNL for 11 months, collaborating with key staff members to build expertise in advocacy from a public interest perspective. Benefits include salary, health care, paid vacation, and sick leave.
FCNL offers several paid summer internships working in distinct parts of the organization on federal policy, grassroots organizing, or nonprofit management.
The Advocacy Corps is a 10 month-long program where young adults between the ages of 19-30 get paid to organize their local community around federal legislation.
Diversity and Inclusion
In keeping with the Quaker testimony of equality, we strive to be an organization that welcomes, values and respects the different perspectives of every individual.
The Advocacy Teams Network is made up of more than 1,500 Quakers and friends from across the county who use their power as constituents to make change in Washington.
FCNL has long benefited from the dedicated service of Friends who volunteer in our Washington, D.C. office for a focused period of time.
FCNL’s grassroots network includes hundreds of Quaker meetings and churches around the country. As an FCNL Contact, you’ll receive monthly updates on important actions.
FCNL Visiting Friends engage with nearby meetings and churches virtually or in-person, sharing how Quaker advocacy and FCNL can help Friends live out their own faith through works and witness.
Native American Advocacy Program
For decades, FCNL’s Native American Advocacy Program has been an enduring ally to national Native American organizations and Indian communities engaged in policy advocacy. The congressional advocate on Native American policy manages the program.
Opportunities for Young Adults
Recent college graduates spend 11 months working with key staff members at FCNL to build expertise in advocacy from a public interest perspective. This is a paid, full-time position.
As an Advocacy Corps organizer, you’ll connect local activists and leaders with your members of Congress to affect big, long-term change.
FCNL offers several paid summer internships that provide a broad introduction to federal policy, grassroots organizing, and nonprofit management.
The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship invites recent college and graduate school alumni to apply for six to nine-month fellowships with NGOs in Washington, D.C.
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