Passionate about preserving presidential history? The Richard Nixon Foundation is always looking for qualified and highly-motivated individuals to join our team.

All Open Opportunities

Vice President for Development

The Vice President for Development is responsible for planning, implementing, overseeing, and assessing the Foundation’s development strategies in support of its strategic vision and growth. Reporting to the President & CEO as a key member of the leadership team, he/she will effectively represent the Foundation’s development interests to constituencies, both internal and external, and will work in close collaboration with the President & CEO and the Board of Directors to achieve philanthropic goals and build a case for support.

In addition to establishing and maintaining a personal portfolio of current and prospective donors, the Vice President for Development will manage two Development Officers. He/She will succeed and lead by example in a mission-driven working environment that balances the need and relevance of programs with the efficiency of best business practices, fiscal accountability and institutional impact.

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Digital Media Coordinator

The Digital Media Coordinator supports the Foundation’s communications initiatives, programming, special exhibits and visiting speakers and authors. This position is responsible for development of digital art and video content and management of social media channels with the communications team.

The Digital Media Coordinator is a full-time, salaried, exempt position and reports to the Director of Communications.

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Research Internship

The Richard Nixon Foundation is looking for highly motivated research interns to aid in the development of student educational materials, and research a policy area of the Nixon administration. Fields of study that may be explored consist of the 37th President’s Cold War era foreign policy with the Soviet Union, China, Europe, and Vietnam; and his far ranging domestic agenda including civil rights, environmental protection, and energy conservation.

Interns will also have the opportunity to publish articles based on their research by describing primary documents from the National Archives, and drawing connections between current events and the Nixon administration.

For internship opportunities please email your resume and cover letter to