Join our incredible team of dedicated youth workers, social justice advocates, and women’s empowerment champions.

Young Women Empowered (Y-WE) delivers creative, innovative and transformative empowerment programs for diverse young women* in the greater Seattle region. We envision a society rooted in social justice, where all young women live their truth, achieve their dreams, and change our world. Founded in 2010, we have grown from serving 50 young and adult women annually to serving over 825 annually. Connect with Y-WE on LinkedIn.

Open Positions

Development Coordinator

Y-WE is currently looking to bring on a Development Coordinator. This team member will provide critical support to our development and communications department. The employee will work primarily with Y-WE’s Development Director, as well as with Y-WE’s whole Development Team & Co-EDs. This is an exciting opportunity for a development professional early in their career to make a big impact on a small team during a significant growth year. With countless opportunities to learn and contribute, the ideal candidate will be creative, energized, and ready to dive into the work upon hire.

Specific projects this detail-oriented employee will support include community events (Gratitude Brunch in November, Ignite in March, Partnerships, House Parties & Third Party Events), fall and spring fundraising campaigns, ongoing database coordination, ongoing
administrative/development support, and more.

For a full job description, click here!

To apply for this position, please send your resume, cover letter, and two references to Please put your name and “Development Coordinator Application” in the subject line of your email.

Application deadline is rolling. Desired starting month is September 2020.

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I really saw my own ability to be a force for change in this world. It also inspired me so much to be alongside the next generation. They are forces of nature.

— Y-WE Mentor
Join Y-WE and invest in a better future for young women*
*those who identify as women or girls or who were assigned female at birth