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Join the Common Impact Team

Over the last twenty years, Common Impact has built the leading model to connect talented professionals from global companies to high-potential local nonprofits. We are a team of cross-functional folx with different perspectives but a shared commitment to building partnerships and programs that alleviate inequality. We are actively anti-racist and focused on impact. Interested in joining us? Check out the open positions below.

Joining the Team

We are all about alleviating inequality and advancing equity, and that commitment applies both inside the organization and externally through our programs. Learn more about our values and commitment to anti-racism, get familiar with our strategy, and read about our incredible team of cross-sector leaders.

Propose an Internship

Want to join the Common Impact team? We value experiential learning and see internships as a valuable way to foster talent in our communities. We accept letters of interest for a limited number of internships from undergraduate and graduate level students throughout the year at jobs@commonimpact.org. Your e-mail should include a cover letter and resume and address the following questions:

  • Tell us why you want to be a Common Impact intern and what special talents you would bring to the team.
  • How do your strengths and interests align with our mission? When answering, please discuss your previous work or community experience with specific examples that highlight your skills.
  • What are the skills that you hope to develop in this position?
  • What are your time constraints?

Equal Opportunity

Common Impact provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, pregnancy or any other factor that may be protected by law. This policy extends to all employees and includes all aspects of the employment relationship.