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The Partnership for Strong Communities is a leader in policy development, advocacy and research in Connecticut and plays a central role in shaping and influencing housing policy. The Partnership is in a position to make enormous progress in ending chronic homelessness and homelessness among veterans, youth and families, and in expanding affordable housing in Connecticut’s municipalities. The Partnership is a small, passionate and proactive team that is committed to its role as an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you have any questions please email

Current Openings

Communications and Marketing Manager

PSC is seeking a full time Communications and Marketing Manager to join our team. Reporting to the Policy Director, the Marketing and Communications Manager is responsible for planning and executing the day-to-day marketing, communications, and public relations for the organization. The ideal candidate has strong skills in communications, public relations, and marketing for nonprofit organizations. They will be a strategic thinker who executes with creativity and flexibility, adapting their approach and tactics with changing situations. The ideal candidate will have a passion for using communications to further positive social change, and a willingness to dig-in on housing policy. They will enjoy working independently and within a small team environment and have a commitment to treating others with kindness and respect.

The full posting for the Communications and Marketing Manager position can be found here. Interested candidates should email Jane Peters at with a resume and cover letter by September 15, 2021. Early applications are encouraged.

Research Associates Program

The Partnership for Strong Communities Research Associates Program engages Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) freelance writers and researchers to produce policy and research materials on housing, community development, and homelessness in Connecticut.

More information on the Research Associates Program is available here. For any questions on the program, please feel free to email Charlie Shaddox at