We are looking for a volunteer PR expert to manage messaging and outreach to the media and Congress. You will play a key role in our organization’s goal to request additional funding for the National Archives from lawmakers in D.C.
If you are passionate about history and veterans’ advocacy, you will feel right at home with us.
Driving the strategy for media relations and outreach
Media list development, pitch development, and direct media pitching
Perform news release distribution and recommend news media platforms
Analyze and synthesize data to be presented to lawmakers
Who You’ll Be Working With
Our Members and Supporters
This opportunity will offer you a chance to be a part of a team that believes in the power of enacting change at the highest level. You will be invited to group meetings and town halls during your time as a volunteer. We support your career aspirations and would be happy to serve as a professional reference if needed.
How to Apply
Please attach and send your resume with an email introduction. Looking forward to speaking with you.
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The Archival Researchers Association (A.R.A.) is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to improving essential access to historical records for individuals, private organizations and small businesses. We believe that in-person, open access to our nation’s historical documents is an essential function of democracy.
ACCESS: Advocating for essential access to the historical records which tell our national story, strengthen our democracy, and enable veterans to access the benefits they deserve.
RESEARCH: Promoting learning through hands-on exploration, collaboration, and discovery.
EDUCATION: Facilitating personal connections with the past to inform, inspire, and educate.
PRESERVATION: Honoring the memory of veterans and documenting our nation's history.