FT or PT Associate Contract Position
Led by renowned Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and activist Stephanie Sinclair, the
mission of Too Young To Wed (TYTW) is to empower girls and end child marriage globally.
While child marriage occurs in almost all countries, and is not exclusive to any particular
religion or society, TYTW focuses its programming in areas where child marriage is most
egregious and underreported.
TYTW envisions a world where every girl can decide for herself, if, when and whom to marry;
where adolescent girls are free to be children and teens with access to healthcare and all levels of
education; and where all girls are free to determine the course of their own lives. TYTW
provides visual evidence of the human rights challenges faced by women and girls, amplifies
their courageous voices, builds a global community dedicated to ending child, early and forced
marriage, and inspires the global community to act—transforming influential advocacy into
tangible action in the communities where the girls in our images live.
For more information, please visit www.tooyoungtowed.org
Too Young to Wed is seeking an energetic, highly motivated Associate to join our small but
quickly growing high profile and dynamic organization, which provides support for child
marriage survivors worldwide and advocates to end the practice globally. The ideal Associate
will be hungry to grow and learn, detail-oriented, self-motivated, and globally-minded. This
opening presents an exciting opportunity to play an integral role in a high-impact human rights organization, enjoying a collaborative work culture, working closely with senior leadership to
expand programmatic reach, and learning about various aspects of managing a nonprofit
Program Support o Coordinate grantmaking program components for key field partner initiatives; manage online grantee applications, organize materials for selection committees, and draft partnership correspondence o Process field staff and grantee transactions o Support the administration of an annual scholarship program o Research and draft advocacy materials o Build and maintain programmatic records/databases o Coordinate logistics for special events o Assist with desk, phone, and web research o Respond to requests for information
Reporting to Senior Management, the Associate will provide administrative, programmatic,
and development support to sustain the continuous implementation and expansion of Too
Young to Wed’s programs in Nigeria, Nepal, Yemen, India, Kenya, and the U.S., as well as
global media advocacy.
Input, capture, and analyze donor and stewardship data ● Draft grant proposals, M&E experience a plus ● Draft communication materials, including constituent letters and emails ● Proofread, format, edit, and distribute materials such as newsletters, news releases, reports, tables, charts, briefing papers, op eds, publications, and web content ● Conduct prospect research on foundations, corporations, and individuals ● Coordinate stewardship duties for major donors and prospects, including acknowledgement letters, thank you gifts, and update/solicitation mailings.
Administrative duties such as scheduling, making travel arrangements, assisting with expense reports, preparing for and taking minutes at meetings, creating and maintaining filing and archiving systems ● Process vendor payments ● Serve as the first point of contact with the public via phone, email, and mail ● Manage and oversee usage of office supplies ● Support well-functioning office systems and related vendors (phone, software, hardware)
Exceptionally detail-oriented and highly organized ● Strong time management skills and ability to adapt to shifting priorities, especially under pressure ● Strong interpersonal skills ● Works well independently and is a proactive problem-solver ● Fluent with email and Microsoft suite; ability to learn new database and other software systems, as well as social media platforms ● Willingness to work occasional evening or weekend hours, as necessary ● Prior nonprofit experience (can be internship/volunteering) required; startup experience a plus ● Prior office/administration experience highly desired ● Background and interest in global human rights issues, especially gender justice, a strong plus ● Excellent oral and written communication skills in English required ● Monitoring & Evaluation experience a strong plus