Jobs and Internships


The Center is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

The Center of Concern (Center) invites applications for the position of Director, Integral Ecology Project. This project reflects one of the Center's mission-oriented strategic priorities: research, education, and advocacy to promote the principled stewardship of human, ecological, and financial capital for a just and flourishing global community.

In a world where climate change, resource depletion, and ecological degradation have become salient and alarming features of daily life, ethical reflection on dominant approaches to development supports the need for systematic transformation to promote principled, strategic, and holistic approaches to quality growth that alleviate poverty while preserving and enlarging resources within and across generations. The director of the Integral Ecology Project contributes thought and executive leadership on behalf of the Center to advance productive dialogue and public policy regarding such issues.

Please submit a letter outlining your interest and a resume by 1 May to No calls, please.

For additional information, please see the detailed position description.


The Center of Concern has worked with many graduate and undergraduate interns throughout our 40 years. Their research work, positive attitudes, and resourcefulness have increased the outreach of the Center in many ways. We owe them much for their contribution to our work and to our life at the Center.

Each year between 10 and 15 Interns and Visiting Researchers spend from six weeks to six months with us giving invaluable service in research for our web site, for our publications, and for our conferences. They enjoy contributing to our social and economic justice research work, attending conferences, networking with our colleagues, and participating in the life of the Center.

Center of Concern internships are un-paid. However, the Center will provide support toward costs for commuting and lunch during the period of service.

To apply: Please mail, fax or email a cover letter indicating which internship you are interested in along with a copy of your resume to:

Ann Finch, Chief Operating Officer
Center of Concern
1225 Otis St., NE,
Washington, DC 20017-2516
Fax: 202 832 9494
Web site:

The Center is currently accepting applications for the following internships:

Seeking: Undergrad or Graduate student in Non-Profit Administration, Business Administration, or Organizational Development
Provide support to the Center's Administrative Team

Seeking: Undergrad and Graduate students in International studies, Religious studies, Education or related areas.
Contribute to the Education for Justice Web Site and other materials needed for conferences and publications.

Seeking: Undergrad or Graduate students in Business, Marketing, Education, or Liberal Arts.
Goal: To assist the Director of Development with researching grant opportunities, drafting fundraising appeals, communicating with donors, and doing outreach of the Center.

Seeking: Undergrad and Graduate students in Women and Gender Studies, Economics, Sociology, Public Health, Politics or other related subjects.
Goal: Provide support to the Global Women's Project program.

Seeking: Undergraduate or graduate student in Communications, Marketing, Theatre and Performance Studies, Public Relations, Information Technology, or Graphics Design with an interest in working for social justice. Candidates with experience and interest in graphic design, video editing, and Web site management are preferred. 
To offer challenging experiences for interns in both strategic and tactical communications activities in support of the Center's initiatives across all projects and to all stakeholders.  

Seeking: Undergraduate or Graduate student in International Development, International Economic Policy, International Law or related subjects
Provide support to the Rethinking Bretton Woods and Human Rights in Development Project

 Seeking:            Undergrad or Grad students in ecological studies or in sociology with a strong interest in ecological issues.

 Goal:   To work with the Center’s President in monitoring the Rio & 20 UN Conference and its aftermath and in surveying and mapping institutional involvement in ecological advocacy in the U.S.

 For more information on this opportunity, contact with your CV and an expression of your interest.