Join Our Volunteer Team

Full-Time Positions (paid)

YPFP is currently seeking a new YPFP Executive Director for its Washington D.C. Headquarters. Please click on the link below for the full position description and application instructions.

Volunteer Positions (unpaid)

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 Next Generation 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, and reference the position title in the subject of the email.

Please note that all YPFP team positions are unpaid and on a volunteer basis. You must be a dues-paying member to be offered a volunteer position.

Will Folmer


“Volunteering as an event 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


“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 jump-started my experience and skills in that field.”