Pro-life internship & summer academy
Feminists for Life is seeking unpaid interns for the summer and fall:
Feminists for Life has telecommuting internship positions available for select pro-life feminists. FFL’s interns have the opportunity to work closely with FFL staff on exciting projects such as The American Feminist and other publications, pro-woman legislative initiatives, and our College Outreach Program.
Interns will also help organize our Annual Capitol Hill Intern Briefing in Washington, D.C. and experience our office in picturesque Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.
Applicants must be committed to our mission.
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line “Internship Application) stating why you are a pro-life feminist and include any particular skills including organizing, research, writing, editing, etc.
We can’t wait to hear from you!
Are you a college student? Applications are now open for the annual summer academy at National Right to Life Committee:
Have you finalized your plans for the summer break yet? Would you like to spend your summer living in our nation’s capital, gaining the pro-life education of a lifetime? You may wish to consider attending the National Right to Life Academy in Washington D.C., June 27 – August 3, 2013.
The National Right to Life Academy is a five-week intensive course on the complete spectrum of pro-life issues. In addition to a rigorous course of study, the curriculum provides unique oral advocacy training. If you’d like more information about the Academy, email Academy Program Director Megan McCrum at email@example.com. (And if the Academy interests you, don’t be dismayed by the tuition cost. The money to support young pro-life leaders is out there, its just a matter of finding it!)
Graduates from past summers are making a difference in the pro-life movement in diverse ways today, which you can read more about at LifeNews.
Please spread the word with other pro-life college student leaders you know, as we all work together to build a bridge to a pro-life future.
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