The introduction of the microprocessor, a single chip with all the circuitry that formerly occupied large cabinets, led to the proliferation of personal computers after 1975. Fresco of Approving of bylaw of Society of Jesus depicting Ignatius of Loyola receiving papal bull Regimini militantis Ecclesiae from Pope Paul 3.
This group bound themselves by a vow of poverty and chastity, to "enter upon hospital and missionary work in Jerusalem, or to go without questioning wherever the pope might direct". They called themselves the Company of Jesus, and also Amigos En El Senor or "Friends in the Lord," because they felt "they were placed together by Christ." The name had echoes of the military (as in an infantry "company"), as well as of discipleship (the "companions" of Jesus).
American Jewish World Service (AJWS) seeks an outstanding Digital Content Officer to enhance the organization’s digital presence in pursuit of global justice. American Jewish World Service (AJWS) is the leading Jewish organization working to promote human rights and end poverty in the developing world. AJWS’s digital department, housed within the communications division, is responsible for the organization’s entire digital presence—including AJWS’s website, social media presence, email marketing operation, and digital engagement efforts. The Digital Content Officer is responsible for developing and implementing creative content for all web properties, including AJWS’s website and our social media platforms, to raise the organization’s profile among key audiences and to support AJWS’s fundraising efforts.
The Digital Content Officer will be a key member of AJWS’s digital team and will collaborate closely with colleagues across the organization.
Conceptualize timely and emotionally resonant digital engagement efforts to grow our base of supporters. Represent AJWS in strategic social media spaces by engaging in digital conversations, answering questions, live tweeting during events, posting comments on relevant blogs, etc.
Work with AJWS’s digital team and external consultants to engage new supporters, including donors and activists, to achieve our fundraising goals and acquire new subscribers to our e-lists. Knowledge of politics, advocacy, human rights, international development and the American Jewish community a plus. AJWS’s communications division is seeking a skilled writer and editor with experience in the field of international development and human rights to join our publications department as the Communications Officer for Human Rights and Story Development.
The Communications Officer will write and manage production of key AJWS publications—including Country Profiles, blogs, articles and other content that introduces supporters to our human rights work, conveys AJWS’s impact and tells vivid stories about the activists and organizations funded by AJWS who are fighting poverty and injustice in the developing world.
To do this job well, the Communications Officer must have an understanding of the human rights and international development field (including familiarity with one or more of the following issues: sexual health and rights, civil and political rights, and natural resource rights). Manage a Story bank of content about AJWS’s grantees in the developing world and our national advocacy, to be used to support publications, press, fundraising, and other media. Please note: While we seek candidates who have a sophisticated understanding of human rights work, we are not looking to hire an academic writer or researcher. Develops and maintains The Health Trust web site, online communications and social media strategies as well as creates graphic designs for agency collateral. Develops and maintains Health Trust web site including content creation and graphical elements; develops and implements web based marketing campaigns. Develops and maintains new media and social networking communications strategies including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google products. Develops and implements online communications campaigns using customer relation management software (iContact).
Assists with various technical needs of Health Trust employees and employee training (including intranet, online presentations, video and audio recording).
Assist with writing collateral materials including but not limited to flyers, letters and acknowledgments. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited College or University in communications, public health, public policy, or related field or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Three (3) years of experience in web site development, online campaign management and graphical design. Computer literate with in-depth knowledge of, and experience with, Google products, Microsoft Office products, web based applications and customer relationship management systems.
Automobile available for daily work with current automobile insurance as required by the State of California.
Work across departments to ensure strong internal alignment to goals, work flows, and deadlines. Working closely with managers, craft and deploy articles, blogs, how-tos, tip sheets, brochures, web copy, social media updates, etc.
Create and oversee a multimedia asset library including photo, video, audio for Education programs.
Review, edit and revise materials created by Education subject-matter experts for communications and promotional purposes. Serve as first point of contact for day-to-day management of 3rd-party Communications agency that advises and assists on high-level strategy for Wolf Trap Institute. Serve as project manager for production of key Educational assets, such as brochures and videos.
Coordinate Communications and related logistics for other Education projects, such as conferences, as assigned.
Working with Education’s program managers, cultivate a network of nonprofit and educational organizations with stake in Wolf Trap’s mission.
Collaborate within the Education team to identify partner success stories and best practices. Ensure alignment to the Wolf Trap brand, and provide affiliates with ongoing training and support to execute their own promotional and advocacy efforts locally. Support communications efforts of Institute Affiliates, providing messaging for their websites, social media, and grassroots mobilization efforts.
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in communications, public relations, marketing or journalism.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The preceding position description has been written to reflect management’s assignment of essential functions.
A small group of Network members recently gathered for a dinner hosted by Spitfire Strategies and The Communications Network to discuss the changing landscape of organizing movements around social change. The conversation was framed around three articles that offer different perspectives on the issue. Small Change by Malcolm Gladwell – Expresses concerns about the limitations of movements that are built from social media. Social Media Helps Black Lives Matter Fight the Power by Bijan Stephen — Highlights the speed advantage social media provides activists in spreading information and organizing folks quickly.
Understanding New Power by Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms — Argues a transition is in place between the opposing forces of old and new power, which is driven by our increasing ability to share and connect with one another. Social media can be a powerful tool to bring people together and empower individuals to take action. We discussed examples of what we’d consider successful efforts at using social media for significant impact. The Human Rights Campaign’s Equal Sign Facebook Campaign — For more on this, view the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s analysis. Images and storytelling strengthen the weak ties of social media, so always post with a picture or video. As Stephen points out in the Wired article, the leaders of the mid-century civil rights movements recognized the power of images and video in storytelling. Today’s activists have the power to record everything they see on their phones and share it with the world via YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, or live stream a protest on Periscope, and those are only a few of the platforms available to them at a very low cost. During the dinner, I kept blathering on about a book nobody had read, The Honor Code: How Moral Revolutions Happen by K.
He shows how culture sustains practices, even after a moral consensus has been reached about their abhorrence. I connected this history to our conversation by talking about social media’s role in generating shame, which is a big mover of culture. We live in a world where everyone has the ability to voice their thoughts, and everyone can find an audience.
There’s a real question about whether or not social media is creating efficiencies for decision makers. Social media is the fastest medium yet, and narratives often get formed in minutes, instead of days or weeks. Devoting vast resources to capacity and creating large, sophisticated teams, commercial enterprises are serious about social media.
Uncertain of how to measure communications activity, many decision makers focus too much on engagement numbers. The level of effort put into digital engagement tends to dictate level of campaign success. This year’s Media Learning Seminar, hosted by the Knight Foundation, highlighted important future trends worth considering. The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) is a progressive think tank dedicated to building a more equitable, ecologically sustainable, and peaceful society. We are looking for our next Newman Fellow who will help bring our transformational, intersectional, movement-building work to growing communities of online supporters. You share IPS’s vision that everyone has a right to thrive on a planet where all communities are equitable, democratic, peaceful, and sustainable. Experience in managing social networking accounts, particularly Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Experience in graphic design, including previous experience designing infographics, sharegraphics, memes, etc. Experience with image or photo editing softwares (experience with Adobe Creative Suite a plus). A bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Design, or related field. Under the supervision of the Communications Director, implement communications plans for engaging with IPS audiences through social media, online publications, etc.
Create visual (infographics, sharegraphics, memes) and written content for IPS’s social networks and websites. Work with Communications Team and other IPS staff to identify opportunities for expanding IPS audiences and organizing efforts online. Assist with communications campaigns in response to breaking news and developments related to IPS’s issue areas. Work with Development Team to identify opportunities for maximizing effectiveness of online fundraising efforts.


You’ll be part of a team of smart, sharp communications professionals working together to increase our reach and widen the audience for our work. The Newman Fellowship is an opportunity for emerging leaders to develop critical skills needed to serve as the next generation of progressive activists, organizers, or public scholars.
Annual compensation for this entry-level fellowship is $37,000 (before taxes), paid semi-monthly. IPS is strengthened by the diversity of our network and our differences in background, culture, experience, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and much more. Overview: The Project Director works closely with the Director of Research and the Director of Interpretation to support planning and provide ongoing oversight of the units’ projects. Assist the Director of Research in developing project timelines and staffing plans, encouraging and monitoring on-time completion of tasks, and troubles shooting emerging issues. Contribute to research projects by: conducting expert interviews, conducting Media Content Analyses and Field Frame Analyses, supporting development and piloting of metaphors, and assisting in the development of quantitative experiments and analyses. Master and make use of Mavenlink, FrameWorks’ online project management system, to ensure accurate record keeping and timely intra- and inter-unit communication and coordination. In coordination with the Operations Director, track and maintain research-related files, such as audio recordings of expert interviews, using FrameWorks’ file storage system, Box.
Serve as the research unit’s representative with vendors, clients, and contractors, responding to inquiries and offering timely guidance. Assist the Director of Interpretation in developing project timelines and staffing plans, encouraging and monitoring on-time completion of tasks, and troubles shooting emerging issues. Lead the coordination of pre-meeting logistics and work under the guidance FrameWorks staff who deliver trainings and presentations to develop agendas and evaluation forms. Support the Director of Interpretation by identifying relevant examples of reframes, swamp drops, and other content to be used during FrameWorks engagements.
Work with the Operations Intern to ensure that high-quality learning engagement materials are professionally packaged and delivered in a timely manner. Master and make use of Mavenlink, FrameWorks’ online project management system to ensure accurate record keeping and timely intra- and inter-unit communication and coordination.
At Math for America (M?A), we do everything we can to make teaching a viable, rewarding, and respected career choice for the greatest thinkers and leaders in science and mathematics. M?A is looking for a Senior PR & Communications Associate with no more than 3-5 years of experience to join our communications and marketing team, reporting to the Director of Communications and Marketing. Established by prolific US inventor Jerome Lemelson and his wife Dorothy in the early 1990s, and guided today by the Lemelson family, we believe invention can solve many of the biggest economic and social challenges of our time. The Lemelson Foundation has created a culture of collaboration, continuous learning, and innovation. As the only foundation in the world dedicated to improving lives through invention, the Lemelson Foundation has a compelling message to share. The Communications Officer will define and oversee use of the Foundation’s voice, identifying and analyzing target audiences, setting objectives, and managing strategies and tactics including digital communications, content development, and participation in speaking events and conferences.
The Communications Officer also will manage a grant portfolio that supports the Foundation’s communications objectives through partnerships with high-profile individuals and media outlets, including PBS NewsHour, NPR, and industry bloggers. The Communications Officer reports directly to the Executive Director, and provides support to internal working groups and projects on strategic areas of focus for the team. The ideal candidate is inspired by the Foundation’s mission and motivated by the opportunity to play a leading role in shaping its strategic growth and impact through communications.
Candidates should be deeply interested in and passionate about everything in our portfolio; a connection to our work is essential. The position is based in Portland, OR, and will include domestic and international travel, including travel to developing countries. The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) is dedicated to advancing meaningful, measurable improvements in the way the health care delivery system provides care to the people of California, particularly those with low incomes and those whose needs are not well served by the status quo.
The senior communications officer creates and implements communications strategies to further the programmatic goals of the foundation. Please email a cover letter that summarizes your qualifications, describes your interest in the position, and includes your recent salary history. For virtually every foundation and nonprofit, your website connects audiences to what you stand for, what you do, the impact you have, and most importantly, why it all matters. But too often, organizations with incredibly inspiring missions have sites that leave audiences more confused than committed, and more exhausted than energized. This Communications Network webinar will be led by Matthew Schwartz, Founder and Director of Strategy at social change brand strategy and experience design firm Constructive. The Digital Communications Manager will be responsible for creating, implementing and managing online communications activities for the Foundation to support and advance its mission, objectives and priority areas.  Specifically, this newly created position will focus on our online assets and practices. Increase the online reach and impact of the Hilton Foundation’s brand across multiple platforms in support of our strategic goals.
Develop strategies for our digital assets to reach and influence target audiences, while meeting the needs of our teams and our partners. Develop engaging online social spaces that expand awareness, reach, and the effectiveness of the Foundation’s communications efforts. Make recommendations with regard to system changes (architecture, content and design) as online technologies evolve. Work with vendors, consultants and team members to ensure the integrity and evolution of our online platforms. Manage our social media presence across multiple platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr and YouTube accounts, among others. Manage digital communications projects and products, sharing programmatic duties, responsibilities and goals with the existing Communications Manager. Develop and manage an online content calendar in coordination with program and communications staff.
Assess the effectiveness of online efforts on an ongoing basis and create analytical reports for the organization. Keep projects on track, on time and on budget, while adjusting strategy and tactics when necessary. Manage activities of external consultants and internal staff who support Foundation communications. Ensure appropriate organizational alignment between internal and external messaging and communications processes. Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public relations or a related field; a Master’s degree is preferred. Demonstrated ability to effectively implement and manage diverse communications strategies and activities. For computers generally referred to as PCs, see IBM Personal Computer and IBM PC compatible.
Ignatius of Loyola, who after being wounded in a battle, experienced a religious conversion and composed the Spiritual Exercises to closely follow Christ. The fresco was created by Johann Christoph Handke in the Church of Our Lady Of the Snow in Olomouc after 1743. This is a dynamic opportunity for someone to blend their digital creativity with a desire to improve the lives of millions of people around the world. We also encourage applications from people of diverse religious, spiritual and cultural backgrounds. Applications submitted without a resume and personalized cover letter will not be considered.
To ensure that AJWS has a stream of compelling, fresh content to be used on all of our communications platforms, the Communications Officer will work closely with our programs staff in the U.S. He or she must be adept at translating human rights jargon into engaging, clear and emotionally resonant copy that will inspire our supporters to learn, donate to AJWS and take action on human rights issues occurring around the world. The Program Officer will interview subjects during the shoots and, upon return, will create stories, blogs and photo captions and will advise the video editors on developing accurate, compelling videos from the footage. We will be adopting new software to house our story bank this year and the Communications Officer will oversee the implementation of the new system and will manage any interns or support staff hired to get it up and running. This position is designed to support communications and fundraising, and thus, successful candidates will be adept at writing motivational prose for a non-academic audience.
If you believe that Silicon Valley, a community where innovation is changing the world, can also be a community where innovation improves the health of everyone, then you belong at The Health Trust. Create and deploy content across a wide variety of styles, for multiple channels, to position and promote Wolf Trap’s educational programs and activities. Serve as a liaison between Education and the Communications and Marketing teams, representing Education’s activities and interests at cross-departmental External Communications meetings.
Assist team members across departments in building their internal capacities to communicate effectively about the impact and value of Wolf Trap’s Education programs. Contribute to a culture of news-making within the Education and Communications and Marketing teams.
Assist Education team in drafting talking points and presentations for conferences, speaking engagements, and other public events. Ensure that internal stakeholders are apprised of agency activities, are involved in decision-making, and that Education PR strategy is consistent with, and complementary to, the overall Wolf Trap PR program. Assist in identifying opportunities to mobilize networks and partners, and draft content accordingly. The cross-sector group included a variety of communications leaders from foundations, nonprofits, and think tanks who wanted to examine different aspects of using strategy to build movements. He cites the horrific events of March 7, 1965, when civil rights activists set out to march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, and were met by violence from police.
Anthony Appiah (if you don’t have the appetite for reading it, here’s the NY Times review). He looks at the intellectual history of moral revolutions, and I think folks would benefit from examining his writing on the cultural aspects of social change. There’s power to cultural disgust, and it’s an important next step after one wins acknowledgement that a problem exists. If your strategy depends on controlling the message over a long period of time, you may want to think more about channeling energy than controlling the message. Bonds formed over digital channels can be just as strong as those with people you’ve met in person.
Are you interested in shaping public policy conversations with game-changing ideas and innovative research presented through compelling visuals?


We believe progress occurs when people and movements come together to act on powerful ideas based on equity, peace, and the protection of our planet. We work alongside IPS’s nationally renowned policy experts to ensure our research and analysis are reaching key decision-makers, and more and more people are educated with our game-changing ideas.
Not only will you receive mentorship from IPS’s Communications Director and other IPS staff, you will also be exposed to our work with core allies and the broader progressive community, and have opportunities for professional development. You will also receive excellent benefits including generous vacation, paid holidays, 403(b) plan upon hire, fully paid health insurance, fully paid life insurance, fully paid long-term disability, optional short-term disability, direct deposit, and flex time.
We strongly encourage applications from people of color, women, the LGBTQIA community, and other groups that have historically been subject to discrimination. Due to the large volume of applications, only applicants moving on to the next round will be contacted by the Search Committee. The Project Director also assists the units’ researchers and associates by handling discrete tasks or client deliverables as assigned, and supports ongoing client relationships by acting as a liaison for the Director of Research and Director of Interpretation as directed. This work involves advanced planning with internal staff and external contractors as well as real-time troubleshooting. Ensure transcriptionists receive and transcribe audio files in a timely manner and that contractors receive links to relevant folders. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience and personnel structure of the nonprofit FrameWorks Institute. We offer four different fellowships for public school STEM teachers at various stages of their teaching careers, and advocate for our model around the country, so that we can get a great STEM teacher—one who’s a true master of the subject matter and deeply committed to the craft of teaching—in front of every student in America. The role will enable a dedicated communications professional to execute a variety of strategic communications programs in a fast-paced and mission-driven environment while growing in their career. That’s why we work to strengthen the ecosystems where inventions can take shape, grow, and flourish. An entrepreneurial environment with huge flexibility and opportunities for growth has allowed the small team of 10 staff to create a large footprint and outsized presence for the Foundation. The Communications Officer will work with the Executive Director and staff to develop and execute communications strategies that further the Foundation’s mission of inspiring and enabling the next generation of inventors and invention-based enterprises in the US and developing countries.
We seek a communications professional who is results oriented and driven by a personal belief in the power of invention to improve lives. The ideal candidate has the motivation to be a key contributor and leader within the organization, adding to the culture of collaboration, creativity, and continuous improvement. Candidates should be well versed in communications strategy development and execution, and have experience leading a range of marketing and communications functions. We work to ensure that people have access to the care they need, when they need it, at a price they can afford. Participate as a thought partner with program and external engagement staff to help develop, support, and promote programmatic goals through creative communications, including message development, storytelling, blogging, social media, and media outreach. Develop strategies and activities to identify and engage target audiences on the foundation’s goals. Serve as first point of contact for program staff on grantee publications; work with program staff and external engagement team members and grantees to advise them on audience and help determine key messages for publications. Support the creation of strategies and tactics to enhance the foundation’s brand and identity. The Digital Communications Manager will report directly to the Communications Director who has primary oversight of the Foundation’s communications.  This position also will work closely with other team members and departments.
We pursue lasting change by granting approximately $40 million annually to more than 500 grassroots and global human rights organizations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean and by mobilizing our community in the U.S.
We are currently looking to hire a Communications Specialist to engage the greater Silicon Valley community, and to share who we are, the work we do and how others can get involved!
Facilitate internal communications and alignment between Wolf Trap’s Education and Communications and Marketing teams. Contribute to External Communications calendar, and communicate key dates, deadlines and activities back to the Education team. The day became known as “Bloody Sunday” and television coverage of the events triggered national outrage. For example, gay rights gained momentum as mainstream culture and tastes began to move homophobia from the acceptable to the uncool. We can empathize with the experiences of others, and folks can come together and connect in a way that wouldn’t have happened otherwise. Since 1963, we have been challenging corrupt power structures that undermine a true democracy.
Applicants should explain the relevance of the FrameWorks position to their career goals and past experience in a cover letter. We’re looking for a results-oriented, hardworking, creative person who has a strong background in PR and media relations and an understanding of a range of communications functions within a nonprofit organization. For more than two decades we have inspired young people to tackle the world’s most daunting problems, advanced the field of invention education, and equipped entrepreneurs with the skills they need to start successful invention-based businesses.
Commitment to diversity is one of the Lemelson Foundation’s core values as we work to foster an inclusive work environment. Experience or knowledge of science, engineering, and technology based opportunities, priorities in K-12 and higher education, invention and entrepreneurship, and global development is an asset. The incumbent is a member of the External Engagement team, reports to the vice president for External Engagement, and is based in CHCF’s Oakland, CA, office. Assist in identifying key contacts outside the foundation who can be instrumental in partnering and helping to carry the messages of CHCF. Work with editorial and State Health Policy Office staff to establish release dates and to create and oversee dissemination strategy.
Hilton, who founded Hilton Hotels and left his fortune to help the world’s disadvantaged and vulnerable people. He or she will also manage and curate the AJWS Story bank, building a robust archive of content about the inspirational work of the activists and communities we support.
We are looking for a talented individual who enjoys a challenge, and can offer their strong writing, design, social media and creative skills. Furthermore, after moral and cultural revolution, we need legislative actions to reinforce consensus and taste in law. Today, we are uniting people and movements around real, transformational change through independent research, networking across issues, and visionary platforms.
At least one year of administrative experience at a nonprofit, academic institution or equivalent organization.
The Senior PR & Communications Associate is expected to help in furthering our goals of awareness, branding, and media exposure both locally and nationally. A private philanthropy, The Lemelson Foundation has an endowment of around $370 million and an annual budget of approximately $18 million. We cannot do our work without collaboration between people with diverse skillsets and backgrounds.
Experience in philanthropy or non-profits, or managing their communications as an external partner, is highly valued. Use CHCF’s Customer Relations Management tool to advance program team goals and to monitor effectiveness of engagement approaches.
The Foundation currently conducts strategic initiatives in six priority areas: providing safe water, ending chronic homelessness, preventing substance use, helping children affected by HIV and AIDS, supporting transition-age youth in foster care, and extending Conrad Hilton’s support for the work of Catholic Sisters. This position is embedded within the Communications and Marketing team, and reports jointly to the Director, Public Relations and the Director, Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts. We’re looking for candidates who believe strongly in our mission to advocate for teachers and the teaching profession.
All told, we have provided over $200 million in grants and other investments to hundreds of organizations around the world. In addition, following selection by an independent international jury, the Foundation annually awards the $2 million Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize to a nonprofit organization doing extraordinary work to reduce human suffering.
In 2015, the Humanitarian Prize was awarded to Landesa, a Seattle-based land rights organization. The Importance of Unity in Islam The usefulness of scientific knowledge is limited if that knowledge is not communicated to other people. One is to publish their results in peer-reviewed journals that can be ready by other scientists.
Two is to present their results at national and international conferences where other scientists can listen to presentations. Third, scientists publish about their work in popular media, such as magazines, newspapers, and blogs. Some journals are peer-reviewed, meaning they only publish articles that pass a certain standard of quality -- peer-reviewed journals are usually for a specific audience, such as other scientists.
Open-access journals no longer charge readers with subscription fees, meaning anyone with Internet access can read these journals. Conferences are places where scientists not only share their latest research findings, but also network with other scientists for the purposes of collaboration, or teamwork.
They are also places where scientists share about research enigmas and get advice from each other about how to solve those problems.
Conferences bring together scientists of all ages, allowing the younger scientists to connect with older, more established scientists. However, every weekday is an opportunity for scientists to be invited to present their research to university departments.
University departments usually have many weekly seminars, in which scientists from universities, research institutions and companies are invited to speak.
Each department of a university specializes in a specific discipline, which provides a smaller and more well-informed audience on the topic that is presented by the speaker. Popular media outlets are read by more people than peer-reviewed journals, and provide a wider audience.



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