You’re invited to intern with Let America Vote, Jason Kander’s grassroots organization that is dedicated to protecting voting rights. We are now accepting applications for our summer internship and fellowship programs. We are looking for bright, energetic individuals who want to learn the nuts and bolts of how top-notch grassroots organizing works.
To apply, please visit http://tiny.cc/internslavtn.
You will learn the basics of how to build a grassroots field program and help elect candidates who will fight to support and protect our fundamental right to vote. From engaging in daily field activities to learning from seasoned campaign staff to hearing from a variety of high-profile political guest speakers; this internship is unlike any other in politics. By learning the basics of campaign and political organizing, we will not only elect candidates who stand up for democracy and voting rights in 2018, but teach everyone involved the skills necessary to organize in their communities and even run campaigns in 2018 and beyond.
Hours are very flexible, and the team here at Let America Vote is a lot of fun! No experience is necessary. You will walk out the door at the end of the internship knowing how to run a local field program, as well as having met some great friends.
Let America Vote is a national organization, and we offer opportunities to students across the entire country. With field offices in 5 states as well as countless volunteer and college chapters in other states, this is a great opportunity to get involved in the fight for voting rights regardless of where you live.
Additionally, the Let America Vote offers a fellowship program if you’re looking to be even more involved. With an expanded time commitment, fellows will also benefit from our Field Organizer Training Program, where they’ll learn about grassroots organizing from a team of experts. This will prepare you to be even more proactive in your role, ensuring you can work effectively on future advocacy, political campaigns, and other modes of valuable civic engagement.
To apply, please email us at email@example.com.
Paid for by Let America Vote. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Abt Associates is offering Summer 2018 Internship Opportunities for Psychology students. We are currently looking for students pursuing their Masters or Doctorate (although we will be accepting applications from interested Bachelors students) in Psychology and would be interested in helping to conduct a study funded by the Department of Veteran Affairs. The positions are part-time (around 20 hours a week) and pay $20.03/hour. Here is a link to the posting with more information including duties and compensation.
SPRING 2018 INTERNSHIP:
HELP CONNECT LOWER-INCOME DC FAMILIES WITH THE WORLD
ABOUT LEARNING LIFE & OUR CITIZEN DIPLOMACY INITIATIVE
Learning Life is an educational nonprofit in Washington D.C. that spreads learning in everyday life beyond school walls. Learning Life’s flagship program, the Citizen Diplomacy Initiative (CDI), engages lower-income American families, starting in Washington D.C.’s Ward 8, in live internet dialogues and project collaborations with lower-income families in other nations, including El Salvador, Senegal and Jordan. CDI aims to democratize diplomacy, and nurture more caring, capable global citizens.
ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP
Learning Life is now accepting resumes from interested metro D.C. graduate and undergraduate students interested in interning with our Citizen Diplomacy Initiative in Washington D.C. Depending on each student’s interests and skills plus our organizational needs, interns assist with a variety of tasks including outreach to find families, volunteers and partners locally and abroad, implementation of live international dialogues and local learning activities on health, community and world affairs; research and writing; photo and video; fundraising; document translation, and/or live language interpreting.
Interns must be able to commit 8-10 hours per week, consisting of a 3-4 hour event on Saturday or Sunday in DC with our participating children and families (e.g., family learning meetings, international dialogues, potlucks, field trips, learning games) and a 4-5 hour work meeting in DC with fellow interns and Learning Life’s Director, [learninglife.info/paullachelier]Paul Lachelier.
This opportunity is unpaid, but offers substantive, resume-building experience on an innovative international initiative, and a formal reference and/or recommendation letter upon request given satisfactory performance.
THE INTERNS WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Applicants should be interested in international affairs, languages, education, children, health and nutrition, and/or social justice. Applicants should also be outgoing, organized, detail-oriented, motivated and punctual. Native or fluent speakers of Arabic, Spanish or French are encouraged to apply. Students who have lived in or have family in Washington D.C.’s Ward 8 (DC southeast of the Anacostia River), and/or in Latin America, Africa, or the Middle East are also encouraged to apply. Having a car is a strong plus, but not required.
HOW TO APPLY
Email Paul Lachelier directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and times you are available in the next seven days for a phone interview.
Leadership and Community Engagement (LLC's) are partnerships between academic units/university departments and Housing & Residence Life. Working together, LLCs help students integrate their academic major or interest with their residential experience. In alignment with the Mason Impact and the Patriot Experience, LLCs are an opportunity for students to engage in curricular and co-curricular initiatives that support their academic and personal development, sense of belonging, and connection to their passions and future goals.
Social Action and Integrative Learning (SAIL) hosts the Leadership and Community Engagement LLC. The Leadership and Community Engagement LLC offers students the opportunity to live with like-minded peers interested in exploring social concerns, such as homelessness, youth empowerment and environment conservation, in order to become an active part of solutions through community engagement. Residents examine local and global issues through academic study and activism, with an emphasis on relational leadership, positive change and active citizenship. We are looking for students who are currently living on campus and would be interested in living in a Living Learning Community. It is a mixed level LLC with both first year students and upper-level students allowing for mentorship and guidance. We’ve had several Psychology students in the past as part of the LLC and they lend a unique insight and perspective that is valued and thoughtful.
The application deadline for Upper-Level Students is February 2nd. Students can apply through their e-living account. For more information about the Leadership and Community Engagement LLC please see our website, https://sail.gmu.edu/program/living-learning-community. Or check out https://housing.gmu.edu/housing-options/living-learning-
We are currently seeking candidates for our Spring internship program, which runs from late-January through May. The internship is for our Advocacy department, which works on autism and other related disability policy and is located at our DC office (1990 K St. NW). We accept undergraduates, typically with a Psychology or Political Science background, for our general Advocacy internship program.
Interested applicants can email their resume, cover letter and a brief writing sample to email@example.com.