Placement Positions

Examples of LVC Positions

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Each year, Lutheran Volunteer Corps matches 70-80 full time Volunteers with social justice non-profit organizations across the U.S. This directory provides an overview of placement positions for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 program years.  About 80% of LVC partner placement organizations re-apply each year and we also have new positions each year that may not yet be on this list.

LVC Applicants see available positions as part of the application and matching process, including more in depth position descriptions. To have the widest choice of positions, apply by our Round 1 January 15th deadline. There are significantly fewer positions available for the Round 2 April 1st deadline. Please contact if you have particular questions about available positions.

Communications and Voter Engagement Organizer – Washington Interfaith Network

Communications and Voter Engagement Organizer – Washington Interfaith Network
The Washington Interfaith Network (WIN), founded in 1996, is a multi-racial, multi-faith, strictly non-partisan, District-wide citizens’ power organization rooted in local congregations, associations, non-profits, schools and unions. WIN’s 35+ dues-paying members represent 25,000 families in every section of the District and reflect its theological, racial, geographic, and economic diversity.

The Communications and Voter Engagement Organizer will work on:

1. Updating and running WIN's social media organizing strategy by developing press and blog contacts, social media audiences and followings, media advisories, and online social media content (including videos, newsletters, etc).

2. Further communications work will include curating the database (including email lists), editing and maintaining the WIN website, and developing an annual report.

3. Voter Engagement work with focus on building upon previous campaigns to sign-up and engage voters for a more just DC. The LVCer oversees all logistics for the campaign, along with a team of volunteers. This includes developing voter walk lists and maps, creating online campaign action alerts (to call councilmembers, mayor, etc), analyzing data to produce reports on our level of power in a particular ward, on an issue area, etc., working with volunteers to ensure that voters are entered into the database and the database is up to date.

4. Other organizing related duties have the potential to include member engagement, campaign and policy research, and direct community organizing. There is a large amount of room for growth with this position, which allows an LVCer to fit the position to best suit their interests and skill-set.
Washington DC