Junior Associate

Philadelphia 19102, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

SteegeThomson Communications, a marketing communications firm with a 30+ year track record and excellent client list in the national nonprofit community, seeks a highly motivated junior associate skilled in writing and project management and looking to grow these and other skills while learning about the world of nonprofit marketing and development communications.

Reporting to the senior vice president, the associate will participate in the full range of our work. Some administrative duties will be required.

Excellent writing, organizational, oral communications, and client relations skills are essential. A bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of related experience are required.


To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and three writing samples to Elizabeth Burdett at careers@steegethomson.com.


For more information about this position, please visit https://www.steegethomson.com/job/junior-associate/.

Contact: Administrative & Editorial Assistant Elizabeth Burdett

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

E-Mail: careers@steegethomson.com

Website: www.steegethomson.com

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Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 11 October 2019, 11:18 am

One of the enjoyable debates I have with students, and those who are philanthropically minded, is about addressing root causes vs. applying band-aids.  It often flows from a mention of Andrew Carnegie and his philosophy on giving and the responsibilities of the wealthy, much of which is laid out in his “The Gospel of Wealth.”  His thinking makes it easy to jump to the question of whether to fund organizations that work at eradicating the root causes of society’s problems or those that provide band-aids to treat the consequences of those problems. I would argue that there is no right.

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