Join YPFP's leadership laboratory, where you will gain unprecedented opportunities to develop and apply your leadership and management skills with a dynamic network of passionate, talented, and high-achieving NextGen foreign policy professionals. Our volunteers are responsible for YPFP's success, and see their contributions make an impact every day.
- Build your resume!
- Develop valuable professional skills!
- Expand your professional and personal networks!
To apply for any of the following volunteer positions, please email a cover letter and your up-to-date résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org, and reference the position title in the subject of the email.
Please note that all YPFP staff positions are unpaid and on a volunteer basis. You must be a dues-paying member to be offered a volunteer position.
Communications & Marketing Team
Security and Defence Team
- Communications Officer
- Social Media Officer - Twitter
- Social Media Officer - Facebook
- Events Officer
- Public Relations
- Social Media
- Content Creation
- Charged Affairs
- Discussion Group Program
Executive Team Support
Will Folmer, YPFP DC
“Working as an events manager with YPFP provided me with an opportunity to work on a broad range of topics of my interest, beyond what I was able to do at just my day job. During the Foreign Service examination and interview process I cited my experiences with YPFP on multiple occasions in order to demonstrate my passion for working on foreign policy went beyond my 9 to 5 job and how it provided me with a additional skill-sets not otherwise found on my resume."
Beth Scott, YPFP DC
“It's difficult to convey all the benefits I've received from my participation with YPFP. I've been a member for over 5 years and during that time, I've made great professional connections, forged strong and lasting friendships, engaged with professionals from all over the world, and learned skills and knowledge that I couldn't have gotten elsewhere. I sincerely believe that my Program Manager experience with the Intelligence Module was a key reason I was offered my current position as a Project Manager at a strategic communication firm, as it jumpstarted my experience and skills in that field.”