One of the benefits of participating in the Leadership Tomorrow program is the network that is established throughout our community. It is through this network that we are able to provide alumni and the greater community with the following job and volunteer opportunities.

Alumni, volunteers and contributors to Leadership Tomorrow may submit items to be posted by contacting Elizabeth Schoenfeld at the Leadership Tomorrow office at (206) 389-7267.

Job Listings

Office and Grants Administrator

Medina Foundation (posted 7.28.2014)

Executive Director

the Service Board (posted 7.15.2014)

Executive Director

Refugee & Immigrant Services Northwest (posted 7.9.2014)

Director, Donor Services

Goodwill (posted 7.9.2014)

Director of Development

United Way of Thurston County (posted 7.9.2014)

Administrative Assistant

Philanthropy Northwest (posted 7.9.2014)

Director of Finance & Administration

ACLU of Washington (posted 6.25.2014)

Communications & Policy Director

Technology Alliance (posted 6.24.2014)

Development & Communications Director

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (posted 6.23.2014)

Director of Membership Experience

Master Builders Association (posted 6.23.2014)

Communications Specialist

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (posted 6.15.2014)

Director of Development

Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle (posted 6.15.2014)

Project Architect

Rice Fergus Miller (posted 6.15.2014)

Manager, Strategic Communications

Port of Seattle (posted 6.15.2014)

Director of Fund Development & Community Relations

Youth Eastside Services (posted 6.15.2014)

Associate State Director, Advocacy

AARP (posted 6.15.2014)


Volunteer Listings

Board Member

Soundside Marinelife Rescue Center (posted 7.16.2014)

Board Member

Committee for Children

Are you interested in helping children across the US and around the world acquire the social-emotional skills that lead to school and life success? Do you want to help prevent bullying, child abuse, and other forms of violence in thousands of school and community settings? This is the mission of Committee for Children, a nonprofit working globally to promote children's social and academic success through research, development, and dissemination of top-rated, evidence-based prevention programs for early learning through eighth grade.

Committee for Children is seeking prospective board members who will bring enthusiastic leadership and passion for the organization's mission. We need experienced professionals with high-level skills and exposure in the areas of advocacy, fund development, child development programs, and research to join our board to provide guidance, leadership, and vision to the organization.

(posted 6.25.2014)

Volunteers Needed

Seattle/King County Clinic (posted 5.11.2014)


Washington Access Fund (posted 4.28.2014)

Board Member

New Beginnings (posted 4.21.2014)

Board Member

Northwest Seed (posted 4.18.2014)

Volunteer Opportunities

United Way of King County

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