Come change the world with us starting right here in Frederick!

United Way of Frederick County is an equal opportunity employer. We oppose all forms of discrimination and actively strive to be a model of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We embrace each person’s social or economic status, gender, gender identification, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, and physical or mental abilities.  More about United Way of Frederick County's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion can be found here.



United Way of Frederick County is currently seeking a qualified candidate to join the team!

The Manager of Community Impact and Grants works collaboratively to change lives for the better and create a lasting impact in our community. They serve a critically important role in UWFC's work by managing the programs and resources that help more Frederick County community members lead healthy lives, achieve their full potential through education, and become financially stable and independent. As part of a dedicated team of UWFC professionals who value diversity, equity, and inclusion, they make Frederick County a better place for everyone.

To read the full job description, click here. Resume and cover letter should be sent to melissa.myers@manpower.comApply by June 11, 2023.


If you're a student looking to gain the experience and knowledge you'll need to take your career a step further, United Way has several internship options for you.  Our internships present a unique opportunity to be given real responsibility from start to finish.  We are seeking talented interns who want to learn new skills and aren't afraid to tackle big projects.  Internships are open to sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students attending a two- or four-year college or university.  

To apply for a position with United Way of Frederick County, please send your resume, cover letter and any other required documents via email to  Be sure to state the position for which you are applying in the subject line of the email.








Late-August through Mid-December

July 15


Mid-January through Early-May

December 15


Mid-May through Mid-August

April 15



Community Impact

Digital Content

Graphic Design



Prosperity Center


Workplace Campaign


The United Way internship calendar typically follows the academic calendar of local colleges and the public school system. Interns will be expected to complete on average 8-16 hours weekly (at least 120 total hours per semester). Internships are not paid; however, interns can receive college credit for their work and stipends may be available upon successful completion - depending on financial availability. Pre-approved parking and mileage expenses will be reimbursed for work associated with the internship.


With a strong commitment to the principle of diversity, we welcome resumes from all people. For the benefits of our donors and employees, all potential employees must be able to provide excellent references and pass a criminal background check.

It is the policy of United Way to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals. Employment decisions at United Way will be based on performance, skills and experience. United Way does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, genetic disposition or any other characteristic protected by law. Our policy applies to all applicants for employment; to all our employees; and to all activities, terms, conditions and privileges of employment relating to recruiting, hiring, training and development, job benefits, educational assistance, transfers, compensation, promotions, disciplinary actions and employment termination in all job groups.