Employment Opportunities



EW!DC seeks qualified candidates with experience in education and/or children’s literacy for its Power Lunch program. This rewarding position requires working Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm on-site at a low-income elementary school. School Coordinators ensure that systems are in place for the successful implementation of daily reading sessions, monthly book distributions, and other program events and activities.


On-Site Program Responsibilities:


Administrative Responsibilities:


Desired Qualifications


Please email cover letter and resume to LaShawn Williams at lwillams@everybodywinsdc.org with the subject line:  School Coordinator Position.





The Development and Communications Intern will assist with fundraising programs, communication projects and special events in support of Everybody Wins! DC’s mission.  This is an unpaid position and is 15-20 hours per week. Applicants must be enrolled in college. 


Key Responsibilities:

• Assist with media relations: Draft and distribute press releases, conduct media research and follow-up calls.

• Draft e-newsletter and website articles.

• Assist with the planning and implementation of special events.

• Work to research and cultivate new funding sources.

• Enter gift information into Raisers Edge database.

• Provide administrative support to the Development and Communications Manager and also the Development Foundation and Operations Manager, as needed.


Knowledge And Skills:

• Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.

• Outstanding teamwork and “can do” attitude. 

• Ability to organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines.

• Strong attention to detail and follow-through skills.

• Ability to respond quickly and accurately to requests for information.

• Computer proficiency in MS Office, Word and Excel 

• Special events experience is preferred


To Apply: E-mail resume and cover letter to LaShawn Williams at lwiliams@everybodywinsdc.org.  Attn: Development and Communications Manager 



The StoryTime Intern will work closely with the StoryTime Program Coordinator to plan and implement StoryTime performances at each school site. The StoryTime Intern will be responsible for scheduling and facilitating StoryTime performances at each school. 


This is an unpaid position and is 15-20 hours per week. Applicants must be enrolled in college.


Specifically, the StoryTime Intern will:

 • Maintain excellent relationships with StoryTime school principals and other school personnel

• Collect information from participating schools 

• Prepare distribution books for StoryTime performances and assist with deliveries of StoryTime materials to school sites

• Attend StoryTime performances to ensure the success of the program

• Introduce participating students to Everybody Wins! DC, the StoryTime program, and visiting storytellers at StoryTime performances

• Support program operations by keeping & reporting accurate data

• Complete a program evaluation for each StoryTime performance; documenting number of students in attendance, storyteller, names of teachers, books distributed, success and challenges

• Research new storytellers to expand the StoryTime roster

• Participate in program meetings as required


To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to LaShawn Williams at lwilliams@everybodywinsdc.org




"Seeing her become more confident and her love of reading increase has been such a joy to watch."
"It's mostly fun to read and watch her become such a confident reader and learn to love reading as much as I do. She is one of my best friends."
"When an adult helps a child, it tells that child how special they are. We send a message to the child- you are important to me- that is powerful and undeniable."
"It's a fantastic program, and I think the mentors get as much, if not more, than the student. You meet wonderful kids and have lots of fun."
"When I read, I learn and grow-- you know, like Jack and the Beanstalk kind of growing and that's really big!"
"I wish Everybody Wins was everyday!"