Pregnancy Justice seeks talented and highly motivated interns to assist in Pregnancy Justice’s substantive and administrative work. This position is fully remote. Program internships are positions for individuals who are not in law school and are suitable for undergraduate students. Pregnancy Justice is committed to ensuring that interns have a significant and valuable learning experience, including participation in staff meetings and organizational events to the fullest extent possible.
Interns bring a wide variety of skills and interests. Pregnancy Justice works to match specific projects and work activities to interns’ areas of expertise and interest. Interns may conduct research for ongoing litigation, monitor cases and new laws across the country, or assist with such tasks as following up with counsel and activists on particular cases. Interns may help with a wide variety of organizing activities including identifying individual experts and organizations that may want to participate as amici curiae in cases, coordinating public education or action events, or attending such events on behalf of Pregnancy Justice. Interns may also work on public education projects including updating social media outlets, helping clients and activists tell their own stories, drafting commentaries, designing PowerPoint or YouTube presentations, or helping to document human rights violations around the country. Interns with particular interest in nonprofit administration and fundraising will have opportunities to work on projects in these areas as well.
- Interest in women’s civil and human rights, reproductive justice, and drug policy and criminal justice reform;
- Commitment to collaborative, cross-cultural work and the ability to work well with people in diverse settings; and
- Strong writing, communication, and computer skills are a plus
- Able to commit to 12-15 hours per week with a regular schedule. Work hours are flexible, but must fall within the M-F 10 am-6 pm ET time frame.
- Ability to work remotely.
The summer 2023 internship will be paid ($15/hour). Pregnancy Justice encourages interns who are students to seek course credit for their work at Pregnancy Justice. Internships at Pregnancy Justice may also help students fulfill academic requirements.
The summer 2023 Internship will begin the week of July 1 and end in mid-August.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but the priority deadline is May 30, 2023.
To apply for this job please visit pregnancyjustice.bamboohr.com.