Internships in Washington, DC
The Feminist Majority Foundation offers internships throughout the year in our Washington, DC office. Interns are an essential part of the Feminist Majority Foundation office and perform a wide variety of responsibilities, including monitoring press conferences, research, web and social media outreach and writing, event and community organizing, public policy analysis, organizational networking, media relations, and monitoring Congressional hearings. Each intern works closely with a staff member in order to learn directly from hands on experience and to contribute to substantive projects. All who are interested are encouraged to apply.
Interns in our Washington, DC office have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:
Choices Campus Leadership Program Work with FMF's campus staff to launch pro-choice student groups on college campuses nationwide and conduct outreach to global women's studies programs. Work on current campus initiatives including: Campaign to Expose Fake Clinics, Global Women's and Reproductive Rights Campaign, Young Women's Leadership Conferences, and our Gender Equity in Education Campaign.
Education Equity Program Work on new efforts to save Title IX, contribute to a national network to help educators increase gender equity, and develop new FMF gender equity materials.
Policy and Research Work closely with FMF's Director of Policy and Research. Monitor congressional activity, research legislation, and attend committee meetings on the Hill.
Digital Communications Team Contribute stories to the Feminist Daily Newswire, research media contacts and strategy, and develop press materials, and launch online advocacy campaigns.
National Clinic Access Project Be a part of the nation's largest and oldest clinic defense team. Research and collect data on anti-abortion violence directed at health care workers and patients; monitor anti-abortion websites and literature.
Web Team Be a part of an award-winning web team. Plan, organize, and market FMF's website; research potential partnerships with other websites, participate in online discussions of feminist topics; learn marketable skills in WordPress, and contribute new content to FMF sites. No prior web experience necessary.