Employment Opportunities

NCLD’s team is made up of professionals who are committed to providing information and resources to individuals with learning disabilities. Learn about opportunities to join NCLD’s staff and internship program.

 

Program Assistant

National Center for Learning Disabilities www.ncld.org  www.understood.org Washington, DC Office: 1220 L Street NW, Suite 815, Washington, DC 20005 Headquarters: 32 Laight Street, Second Floor, New York, NY 10013 Reports to: Lindsay Jones, Vice President & Chief Policy and Advocacy Officer   THE POSITION: Working in the Washington, DC office, the Program Assistant will provide support to the […]

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Senior Director, Foundation Relations

Reports to: Robert Thompson, Executive Vice President & Chief Philanthropy Officer Team: Development Status: Full Time The Mission and Vision: The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) improves the lives of one in five of us who struggle with brain-based learning and attention issues related to reading, math, writing, focus, organization and more. As the […]

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Philanthropy and Fundraising Internship – Fall and Spring Semesters (2016-2017)

We are currently seeking interns for the fall semester (August-December 2016) and spring semester (January 2017 -June 2017) committing to a minimum of six weeks, minimum of 20 hours per week.

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Philanthropy and LD Resources Internship

NCLD seeks a philanthropy intern to join our resource development team for the fall 2015, spring 2016 or summer 2016 semesters.

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The Regina Cooper Internship – For Individuals With LD and/or ADHD

The Regina Cooper Internship is an opportunity for college students or recent graduates with learning disabilities (LD) and/or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to work with members of the NCLD team on a variety of projects across different program areas within the organization. The purpose of this internship is to provide opportunities for interns to contribute meaningfully to the work of NCLD, while honing interests and developing skills that will be helpful for career development and for successful transition to higher education or the workplace. 

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Public Policy and Advocacy Internship

The public policy internship program at NCLD allows motivated interns to interact with key policymakers and members of the NCLD Team on a variety of tasks. Policy internships take place in our Washington, DC office, located at 1220 L ST NW.

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