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A catch-all tag for position openings, funding opportunities, and award competitions.

Download Everyday Democracy’s Community Grant List

We know that the search for funding is a constant struggle in our field, so we highly recommend you check out the community grant list that was compiled by the great team at NCDD member organization Everyday Democracy. All you have to do to get a free download of this great resource is sign up for their email newsletter. You can learn more in the EvDem announcement below or sign up here. The Big List of Community Grants When you’re implementing ideas to help change your […] (continue)

$2.5M Grant Will Support Participedia & Democratic Innovation Research

NCDD is proud to be part of an international partnership of researchers and organizations that was recently awarded a $2.5 million grant that will be used to support Participedia – a democracy research project which is headed by two NCDD members – and the international coordination of research on global democratic governance innovations. Our own director Sandy Heierbacher has been advising the project, and this is great news for our field! We encourage you to learn more in the Participedia announcement below or to find the original […] (continue)

Register for Oct. 28th Confab on Nevins Democracy Leaders Program

NCDD member organizations, be sure to join us next Wednesday, October 28th from 2-3pm Eastern/11am-12pm Pacific for a special NCDD Confab Call that can help your organization build capacity and contribute to the field! This call will feature a discussion with long-time NCDD member Dr. John Gastil, who will be sharing about the amazing opportunity for organizations in the D&D field to host a bright Penn State fellow next summer through the McCourtney Institute‘s Nevins Democracy Leaders Program! Stipends and living expenses are provided to the students through the program. This […] (continue)

National Civic League Seeks New President

As some of you may have heard recently on our Discussion Listserv, NCDD member Gloria Rubio-Cortes is retiring from her position as president of the National Civic League (NCL) at the end of this year. We are proud to count NCL – one of the nation’s oldest civic organizations – as an NCDD organizational member, and we wish Gloria the best of luck in the her future pursuits. You can read more about Gloria’s legacy at NCL in their announcement about her retirement here. With Gloria’s retirement comes the beginning […] (continue)

Job Opening at KIPCOR for Education & Training Director

We want to make sure our NCDD members on the job market check out the opening with the Kansas Institute for Peace & Conflict Resolution (KIPCOR) at Bethel College. KIPCOR is accepting applications for a Director of Education and Training, and we are sure that the skills and backgrounds of many of our NCDD members would make a great fit for the position. Here’s how KIPCOR describes the position: Job Summary: This position is focused on the design, development, implementation and evaluation of all education and training […] (continue)

Join PACE Webinar on Civic Renewal Movement, 9/23

We encourage our members to join a webinar this Sept. 23 at 2pm EST to hear two of our distinguished NCDD members Peter Levine and Joan Blades, as well as former NCDD conference keynote Eric Liu discuss the implications a new paper on the civic renewal movement. The webinar, hosted by NCDD member organization PACE, will certainly be of interest to many of our members, so we encourage you to read their announcement below or register here. On September 23 at 2 p.m. Eastern, PACE will hold a webinar to present and […] (continue)

Register to Attend the National Dialogue Awards, Oct. 9

We encourage our members to consider registering to attend the 2nd annual National Dialogue Awards this October 9 in DC, which are hosted by the Sustained Dialogue Institute and supported by the Kettering Foundation, both of which are NCDD member organizations. You can learn more about the awards in the SDI announcement below or by visiting SDI’s new website at www.sustaineddialogue.org. 2nd Annual National Dialogue Awards We sincerely hope that you will join us for the Second Annual National Dialogue Awards on Friday, October 9th, 2015 beginning at 6:30 pm at the National Press Club in […] (continue)

Position Opening at Convergence Center for Policy Resolution

We recently heard about another job opening that would be an excellent fit for many of our NCDD members, this time from the Convergence Center for Policy Resolution. Convergence is seeking a Program Director for their project on federal budget process reform. The Director position promises to be engaging and, if the project is successful, has the potential to be impactful on a national scale. Here’s how Convergence describes it: The Director will be responsible for launching and managing a new project at Convergence focused on […] (continue)

Job Openings at the Center for Collaborative Policy

Those of our members with conflict resolution backgrounds or interests should definitely take a look at the new Senior Mediator/Facilitator and Lead  Mediator openings that the Center for Collaborative Policy at Sacramento State University recently announced. We’re happy to have the CCP as an NCDD organizational member, and we know that many of our members would make great fits for this position. Here’s how the CCP describes the Senior Mediator/Facilitator position: The Senior Mediator/Facilitator serves as senior professional and project manager for multi-party policy consensus building processes dealing […] (continue)

Jefferson Center Wins Knight News Challenge on Elections Award

We invite you to join us in congratulating the team at the Jefferson Center, one of our NCDD member organizations, on the recent award they received from the Knight Foundation for a great program they’ve planned to engage Millennials and media outlets in Ohio around 2016 local elections. We encourage you to read more about it in JC’s announcement below or find the original here. Up for Debate Ohio Wins Knight News Challenge Award Our Up for Debate Ohio initiative, aimed at uniting young voters […] (continue)