Our internship program is open to college students, recent graduates, and anyone looking to learn more about a career in progressive advocacy and education at a non-profit. It provides in-depth and hands-on training in the areas of policy-making, non-profit management, research, communications, and community organizing.
This is not your average internship – past interns have taken on a variety of projects, including:
- Planning, recruiting, and presenting at educational events on various topics
- Helping to plan and implement large fundraising events
- Developing an informational website about the impact of the new federal health care law on women, senior citizens, and small businesses
- Meeting with Congressional leaders’ staff about important issues affecting Granite Staters
- Participating in rallies on various issues
- Asking tough questions of candidates and elected officials at public events
- Researching candidate positions on issues
- Helping with communications including drafting media releases, maintaining organization website, and updating social media
- Maintaining day-to-day office operations
- And much more!
The 2013 program runs from September to early December and associates give 10 hours per week. Our internship program is unpaid, but interns receive a small stipend for travel and parking.
- Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled. We have had 6 positions in the past.
- After completing the online application below, you may also email your résumé to Kary.