Organization TypePublic Interest
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Community Education and Advocacy Intern The intern will be responsible for a variety of tasks including,: event planning and execution; correspondence with donors, volunteers and others; community outreach; public education; conducting online research on a variety of topics; and various administrative tasks, including telephone coverage and data entry. The intern's specific responsibilities will vary for the duration of the term depending on the needs of the office. An intern, however, is also welcome to focus on areas in which she/he is particularly interested, subject to the needs of the office. Law school and college students can apply for internships. The candidate will gain hands-on experience in development, community outreach and education at a national nonprofit organization specializing in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV civil rights law. Interns will assist staff in combating all forms of LGBT and HIV discrimination. Thus, a background in, or familiarity with, related issues, legal or otherwise, will greatly strengthen the application. Note: The schedule is flexible; however interns should be able to work in the office 12-24 hours per week during office hours, Monday through Friday.
Send a resume, cover letter and a one or two-page writing sample.
Company infoOmar Narvaez