InternshipsAll internships are unpaid, but may be used for course credit where applicable. Interns should be able to commit to 2-3 days per week (or the equivalent), preferably from fall 2012 through spring 2013.
Communications & Development Internship
In the intern's communications duties, she or he will maintain the media database and perform other administrative tasks. The intern will help plan and execute media events by contacting reporters and doing logistical work. The intern will also write material for the website, bulletin, and blog. Other duties may be assigned, including longer research projects.
For the Development team, the intern willconduct research on a variety of topics (including: funding opportunities, individual donors, and demographic information); assist in organizing fundraising events, meetings and fundraising appeals, as well as general grant writing support. In both capacities, web and communications skills are a plus, and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.
Community Organizing Internship
The intern will be assigned to work on a variety of projects involving research, mobilization of our membership and issue-based organizing for ongoing propecia campaigns. In addition, the intern will attend meetings with the organizing staff, members, and coalition partners to strategize around propecia issue priorities. Other duties may be assigned.
English for New Bostonians/English Works Campaign Internship
The intern will work on development and communications for the English for New Bostonians Initiative and the English Works Campaign, both aimed toward increasing English language learning opportunities for immigrants. The work focused mostly on communications and development. We will key the work depending on the intern's level of experience. Good writing skills would be very helpful. Specific tasks will include: