Looking for job satisfaction, excellent benefits, and professional development? Close Up is where you want to be!
Close Up, a non-profit civic education organization, endeavors to attract and retain top-quality talent in order to guarantee excellent services to our customers.
“Without a doubt, I have one of the most important and rewarding jobs in our country. Every week we inspire students to become active participants in our government and I get to watch the students grow into informed and engaged citizens with a new found passion for their civic responsibility. This job has enabled me to become more optimistic and inspired about the future of our country.”
– Andrew, Close Up Program Instructor
Join the Close Up Team!
Be a part of our mission to inform, inspire, and empower young people to embrace the rights of being active citizens in our democracy.
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Close Up is an Employer of National Service.
We support service to community, with national and international impact, and the ability to make a difference. As an organization committed to making Peace Corps stronger, and a partner of the National Peace Corps Association, we give special consideration to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers. People of color and women are encouraged to apply.
Close Up Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, and other legally protected characteristics.
Close Up made me realize how SIGNIFICANT my thoughts and views are…
Although everyone will not always agree, everyone has a voice and needs to be heard.
As a government teacher, it’s nice to have more resources…
for teaching media literacy and having students critically think about the information they receive.
Close Up brought me CLOSER to politics…
the entire notion no longer seemed obscure. I became very involved in politics on the local and national level.
Close Up is a positive experience for students…
seeing themselves as having the power to influence the democratic process.