Interested in supporting economic development in Washington, DC? Join our team.
WDCEP is a public-private partnership dedicated to facilitating economic development in Washington, DC. We partner with a variety of community stakeholders to promote business opportunities throughout the District.
Our purpose and success aligns with our partners in the city: to facilitate dynamic relationships with non-profit change agents, technology visionaries, artists, real estate entrepreneurs, and global enterprise leaders based on independent thinking and objective insights.
If you are interested in learning more about WDCEP, please contact us.
We are looking for a passionate, dedicated, and qualified Director of Marketing & Communications to lead the development, execution, management and evaluation of the integrated marketing and communications strategy at WDCEP.
We are looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic, and experienced Director of Corporate Partnerships, who will be responsible for cultivating, securing and managing corporate support in order to build awareness, drive revenue and enhance existing programs for the Washington DC Economic Partnership.
We are looking for a full-time Administrative Associate responsible for providing administrative support for the organization.
The WDCEP is looking for individuals who are interested in urban planning and commercial development and can thrive in a professional office environment.
The Event Marketing and Fundraising Intern will assist with event logistics, vendor coordination, and fundraising for various events that promote Washington, DC for economic development.
The Technology and Entrepreneurship Intern at WDCEP will assist with tech business attraction and promotion initiatives focused on economic development in the District of Columbia.
The business development intern at WDCEP will provide support to the business development team at WDCEP.
The Communications & Marketing intern at WDCEP will assist with e-communications, marketing, public relations, social media, research, and media research.