Join the WIT Board!

Women In Transition’s (WIT) Board of Directors is actively seeking a new board member to help guide the organization. We are specifically looking for someone to serve on our Finance Committee.

The WIT board is made up of a diverse group of compassionate and thoughtful people who come together to make policies, raise funds, and provide strategic direction and oversight.

Intern with WIT!

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We’re looking for a Development & Communications Intern for the Winter/Spring semester!

As an intern, you would be involved in development (fundraising) and communications projects at WIT, including our current initiative to develop and implement a new marketing plan, marketing materials and website. Your internship can be creatively designed to reflect personal interests and strengths. Hours are flexible. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Researching foundation grant opportunities and corporate sponsorships for WIT

  • Developing and helping to roll out a spring digital fundraising campaign via e-blasts and social media

  • Assisting with planning and writing for our monthly e-newsletter

  • Assisting with the creation of WIT’s annual Impact Report

  • Collaborating with staff and Board committees to assist with special event planning

  • Planning WIT’s social media calendar, posting content for Facebook and Twitter, and tracking analytics

  • Participating in communications, marketing, and development meetings

  • Participating in projects with other staff as necessary 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • At least two years of coursework at college or university level in English, Women’s Studies, Communications/Marketing, or another comparable degree

  • Strong writing, communications and proof-reading skills

  • Experience with event planning, promotion, and social media a plus

  • Passion for ending violence

How to Apply:

Send in a cover letter and resume to dlee@helpwomen.org.

Girls deserve to be safe

Girls are at high risk for violence such as street harassment, dating and partner violence, and sexual assault. 

Our new Girls Empowerment & Self-Defense Program teaches emotional, verbal and physical self-defense to girls ages 12-18, and is offered at no cost to organizations participating in Fall 2018.