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Job Description

Women’s Campaign International (WCI) is seeking 2-4 GALS Advocacy Coaches to support our 2019-2020 program in Philadelphia. GALS is designed to develop under-represented teenage girls’ sense of personal power through workshops focusing on increasing health literacy, discussing global issues affecting women and girls, and building life skills in order for them to advocate for themselves and their communities. Each GALS Coach will manage one GALS advocacy group of 4-5 girls at one participating GALS location, in addition to assisting the Program Coordinator. The GALS Coach is responsible for managing their assigned GALS group, ensuring that all GALS are actively participating and that they are able to successfully achieve their advocacy goals. When not working with their GALS group, GALS coaches are responsible for supporting the  Program Coordinator and ensuring the successful implementation of program workshops and content.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage a group of 4-5 girls through their creation of an advocacy campaign

  • Encourage and challenge participants to think beyond their existing beliefs and ideas to foster group discussion and meaningful advocacy campaign creation

  • Manage day to day activities for your GALS advocacy group to ensure effective implementation of their action plan 

  • Manage group dynamics and ensure each girl is evenly contributing to the group

  • Oversee advocacy action steps, including reviewing and editing materials such as flyers, worksheets, and slides as needed


  •  High school degree

  • Teaching, program management, youth programming, or other relevant experience.

  • Proven ability to work independently and complete assignments within tight deadlines.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Commitment to improving the lives of women and girls

  • Proven ability to demonstrate maturity, grit, and resilience

  • Proven ability to foster positive team dynamics and manage groups

GALS Advocacy Coaches MUST be available one of the following time slots and have reliable transportation to access one of the following locations:

Bodine High School for International Affairs; Mondays and Wednesdays 3:00-5:00pm

First Philadelphia Preparatory Charter School; Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-5:30pm

GALS Advocacy Coaches must be able to commit to attend workshops from September through March. Compensation is $25 per hour per school.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to



Job Description

Women’s Campaign International (WCI) is seeking a Program Evaluator to conduct evaluations of its Girls Advocacy and Leadership Series (GALS) program in Kenya. The Program Evaluator will report directly to the Senior Advisor, Special Projects.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop an evaluation design plan for the GALS Kenya program

  • Manage program data analysis through surveys, interviews, and other methods of data collection

  • Improve WCI’s existing evaluation methods and tools

  • Analyze and interpret program data and feedback

  • Create data visualizations and infographics which can be understood by a general audience

  • Create internal and external evaluation reports. Regularly share data findings with program staff.

  • Use data findings to recommend future programming changes based on identified needs

  • Develop best practices guides and trainings for GALS staff and volunteers


  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (statistics, social work, urban studies, etc.) with a strong focus on social research required; Master’s degree and/or ABD status preferred

  • Demonstrated program evaluation background

  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative data

  • Experience writing evaluation reports for multiple audiences

This is a temporary, project-based position. The GALS Kenya ends on July 25, 2019. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to