Lake Research Partners is looking for a Senior Polling Analyst for
their downtown Washington, DC location to work with our foundation and
non-partisan issue clients.
Duties include but are not limited to:
• Managing the survey process from beginning to end
• Drafting survey instruments
• Proofing and working with junior staff on quality control
• Quantitative and qualitative analysis
• Report writing
• Client management
• Giving client and public presentations
• Marketing, including proposal writing
• Bachelor’s degree
• Have worked independently, with only broad guidance, on every phase
of survey process: writing numerous questionnaires, overseeing
fielding, proofing, analysis, and report writing
• Minimum four years conducting opinion research
• Meticulous attention to detail
• Ability to come up with strategic insights and concisely write and
• Excellent time management and ability to accurately estimate length
• 100% of health care insurance costs for comprehensive coverage
including dependent and domestic partner coverage
• Paid maternity and paternity leave
• 401k with company match
• Two weeks vacation plus personal leave
• Base salary plus bonus
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. No
phone calls, please.
Energy Action Coalition
Operations Director Position Description
Under the direction of the EAC Co-Directors, the Operations Director is responsible for all financial
matters and internal operations of Energy Action Coalition. This person works closely with the Board
of Directors and Co-Directors to establish and implement the organization's financial and operational
vision. The Operations Director reports to the Co-Directors and is primary point of contact with Energy
Action Coalition’s fiscal sponsor, the Earth Island Institute (EII). Energy Action is in the process of
moving from being fiscally sponsored by EII to become our own C3. The Operations Director will help
transition documents and systems over the course of the next year.
i) Oversee communication with the Earth Island Institute (EII) and all accounting functions to
ensure proper design and maintenance of accounting systems, processes and procedures.
ii) Ensure timeliness, accuracy and usefulness of financial and management reporting.
iii) Oversee the preparation and communication of monthly, quarterly and annual financial
iv) Work with EII to ensure day-to-day compliance of all program activities with applicable laws
and regulations including review of payments, contracts and sub awards.
b) Financial Management and Analysis
i) Responsible for coordinating with Co-Directors to prepare budgets, financial forecasts and
cash flow for administration for existing and for proposed new programs.
ii) Responsible for cash, investment and asset management as well as banking relationships.
iii) Maintain and ensure compliance with financial policies and procedures.
iv) Manage online donations through Salsa and Google Checkout.
c) Management of Grants
i) Support the preparation of grant proposal budgets and requests in collaboration with Co-
ii) Conduct financial forecasting and manage the budgetary planning system parallel to financial
systems to ensure spending in accordance with approved budgets and grant funding
iii) Prepare periodic financial reports and close-out documentation in compliance with
a) General Administration
i) Work with Earth Island Institute to manage the organization's insurance program, including
employee health, dental and other forms of insurance, general liability and property loss
insurance, workers compensation, etc.
ii) Coordinate legal affairs relating to contracts, vendor relationships and employee
b) Human Resource Administration
i) Oversee personnel benefit administration.
ii) Control the maintenance and security of HR records.
iii) Maintain up-to-date job descriptions.
iv) Facilitate the annual performance appraisal and professional development process.
v) Coordinate and facilitate staff training.
c) Facilities Management
i) Oversee the organization's physical office infrastructure
ii) Oversee the organization's administrative support systems (phone system, security, cleaning,
supplies, office equipment, etc. and inventory of assets).
iii) Manage real estate activities including leases and landlord relationships.
d) Information Technology Management
i) Oversee IT systems (email, internet, voice, fax, etc.)
Desired Skills and Experience
• Bachelor's degree required plus 2-3 years in non-profit administrative
role; degree in Accounting or Business Administration a plus.
• Self-starter, highly motivated, resourceful, flexible, organized and
strong attention to detail.
• Understanding of nonprofit accounting policies and procedures.
• Proficiency in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office Suite.
• Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
• Superb organizational, interpersonal, and problem-solving abilities and
capacity to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
• Experience working with communities/youth of color.
• Experience as an activist and organizer in the climate movement and/ or
coalition work desired but not required.
How to apply
Send a resume, cover letter and three references to email@example.com. Please include
“Operations Director” in your email subject.
Energy Action Coalition is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to engaging the skills and
leadership of people of color, low-income persons, LGBT persons, differently-abled people, and other
people from diverse backgrounds. People from these and other historically marginalized backgrounds
and communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
*Deputy Director - Job Opening at Jubilee USA Network*
Online at: http://www.jubileeusa.org/about-us/jobs-internships.html
Supervisor: The Deputy Director is hired and supervised by the Executive
Location: Washington, D.C.
Jubilee USA Network is an alliance of more than 75 religious denominations
and faith communities, human rights, international-development,
environmental, labor, and community groups, and more than 60,000
individuals, working for the definitive cancellation of crushing debts and
reform of global-financial structures to fight poverty and promote
sustainable livelihoods in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Jubilee USA Network Deputy Director Job Description:
The Deputy Director leads the Network’s advocacy and government relations
efforts, supervises staff members, liaises with coalition members and
partners, and works with the Executive Director to raise the organization’s
annual budget and monitor organizational finances.
- Supervise Jubilee’s outreach and advocacy team. The Deputy Director
supervises all staff in absence of Executive Director.
- Serve as the primary staff public policy advocate, engaging in regular
direct advocacy with Congress and the Executive Branch in support of
Jubilee’s advocacy agenda.
- Convene and staff the Network’s policy working group, which brings
together member organizations to develop policy positions and to coordinate
the organization’s advocacy strategies.
- Stay abreast of new developments on issues of international debt,
development finance and international financial institutions. Serve as an
information resource on debt and related policy issues for supporters and
- Write and edit education and advocacy materials for Members of
Congress, other decision makers, supporters, member organizations, and
- Oversee the development and implementation of Jubilee’s organizing and
advocacy work plan.
- Maintain and deepen relationships with Jubilee member organizations and
key organizational allies and partners.
- Represent Jubilee USA Network in meetings with policymakers and
officials, at conferences, and in coalitions, including through regular
public speaking engagements.
- Work with the Executive Director to help to raise the organization’s
annual budget and monitor organizational finances.
- Compensation: Salary range dependent on experience. Comprehensive
medical and hospitalization plan; 3 weeks vacation and end of year 8 day
office closure, plus fringe benefits; participation in unemployment and
worker's compensation and social security.
*The Jubilee Network is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Qualified persons are encouraged to apply regardless of their religious
affiliation, race, age, sex, sexual orientation or nature of disability. *
Application Process: Qualified applicants should send a cover letter,
resume, and three work-related references to: Jennifer(at)jubileeusa.org. No
calls, please. Due to the high volume of responses anticipated, personal
responses can only be guaranteed for candidates advancing to the next step
of the application process.
Closing Date: until filled
Communications and Development Coordinator
Jubilee USA Network
212 East Capitol St NE
Washington, D.C. 20003
202.543.0692 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Job: Research Director at the New Organizing Institute
Location: Washington, DC
The New Organizing Institute (NOI) is seeking a full-time Research
Director to provide organizers the knowledge they need to win by
conducting research and data analysis. NOI’s research department is
committed to providing actionable intelligence to practitioners
through original research and analysis as well as increasing the
accessibility of existing research.
In coordination with the Director of Data and Technology, NOI’s
Research Director will help determine the path to success for the
Research Department. NOI seeks a brave, bold, and ambitious person to
fulfill this role.
Conceptualize, conduct, and write original research to significantly
influence the decisions of organizers and other decision makers
Maintain NOI’s existing election administration initiatives, such as
the Organizer’s Guide to Election Administration and continued
original research of voter registration
Regularly summarize existing academic literature to increase
accessibility to practitioners
Comprehensive understanding of American politics, issue campaigns, and
Knowledge of advocacy and campaign issues, political data, election
administration, statistics, experimental design, and observational
Comfortable with data management and statistical analysis software
(such as SPSS, SAS, R, or STATA) and Microsoft applications
Exceptional communication, influencing, and partnering skills at all
organizational levels required
Excellent formal writing skills, communication skills, both in person
and long distance
NOI is a progressive organization that builds capacity and
sophistication in the progressive movement in the areas of technology
and new media, especially as they relate to organizing. NOI offers
numerous trainings for progressive practitioners, engages in data
research, and coordinates with a wide range of progressive partners to
leverage common interests in the improvement of technology options in
the field. Here’s what our staff says about our values and workplace:
“NOI welcomes and values people (and their stories, contributions,
personal lives) more than any other organization I’ve worked with.”
“I love that we focus on long term capacity building rather than
purely short term fights.”
“I love being part of a team of ‘finishers’ – people who, once they
start something, will see it through.”
“There is a clear appreciation not just for the accomplishment, but
for the people who made it possible.
Salary: Commensurate with experience. Position includes healthcare
(medical, dental, and vision) and cell phone reimbursement.
Application: Applicants should submit a resume and an example of
their relevant professional research work product to NOI Director of
Data and Technology, Josh Wolf, at email@example.com. The
subject line should be "NOI Research Director". The deadline for
applicants is Friday, July 15th. This position is for immediate hire.
The New Organizing Institute is an equal employment opportunity
employer. Women, people of color, LGBT persons, and people with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.
National Council for Research on Women
New York, New York
Corporate Researcher and Program Coordinator
For almost 30 years, the National Council for Research on Women (the
Council) has helped expand opportunities and rights for women and
girls. The Council is a network of more than 100 member research,
policy, and advocacy centers and more than 2,000 top-level researchers
providing the information and analysis needed to foster more equitable
and inclusive policies and practices across sectors. The Council also
has a Corporate Circle of 30 major companies and a Presidents Circle
of leaders from higher education. While women have made progress on
many fronts, much remains to be done. Our network’s evidence-based
research provides hard data to inform new policy and legislation that
can make long-lasting differences in women’s and girls lives. We put
women’s needs, perspectives and solutions on the radar screen and make
them part of the public debate.
The key to the Council’s past and future success is highly-focused,
accessible, and timely research. Through collaborations organized
around urgent issue areas, rapid-response communications campaigns,
and a website that features the research, expertise and information
produced by our network, the Council delivers the facts, promotes
informed activism and advances positive change.
The Corporate Circle
The National Council for Research on Women's Corporate Circle supports
corporations in their efforts to strengthen and advance policies
affecting women, families, and communities. The Circle brings together
corporate, government, academic, policy and advocacy leaders to
further the agenda of closing the gender gap in corporate leadership
and broaden perspectives on issues such as talent management, work/
family issues, diversity, and new approaches to leadership. The
Circle provides access to the relevant research of our member centers
The Circle provides access to:
w The research of our broad network
w Networking and collaborating with colleagues and clients across
w The Council's network of leaders and decision-makers across
academic, non-profit, and government sectors
w Individually tailored research information
w Timely forums on cutting edge issues
w Extended marketing opportunities and enhanced visibility for members
w Links to members’ corporate webpages through the Council’s website
w Consultants from the Council’s academic network
Corporate Circle Programs include:
w Three to four meetings to explore complex issues and offer practical
approaches to addressing them
w Global Leadership and Diversity Forum (GLDF), a benchmarking and
learning network that meets twice annually
w Corporate Circle Advisory Board comprised of leaders of member
corporations and research experts in the Council network that meets
The coordinator will be responsible for gathering critical research
and data on organizational development, diversity, inclusion, women’s
leadership, and other issues relevant to closing the gender gap in
leadership in the corporate sphere, especially data produced by our
network of Member Centers and partners. The coordinator should have
the ability to identify multiple and reliable sources, synthesize data
and develop comprehensive Action Briefs. The content gathered will be
a key centerpiece of our work with our Corporate Circle members and
will be used by them to develop practices and policies within their
companies to advance women.
The coordinator will oversee all aspects of implementation of
Corporate Circle programming, including program development, speaker
outreach, logistics and product development. S/he will help to make
the Corporate Circle a truly cutting edge think tank of issues related
to corporate diversity and workplace equality.
• A Bachelors degree, with preference given to Ph.D. candidates or
those with a Masters in a relevant field (e.g. organizational
development, business, public policy, government, economics,
• Two to four years of corporate research experience and familiarity
with the concept of organizational development particularly as it
pertains to issues of diversity, inclusion and women’s issues
• Excellent research skills, familiarity with relevant business
journals and related corporate websites and databases
• Comfort, ability and willingness to work in a diverse environment
• Attention to detail and excellent organizational, written, and oral
• Strong electronic and word processing skills. (Microsoft Office
environment, Constant Contact, blogs and on-line social networking.
Working knowledge of Donor Perfect, HTML, and Excel a plus)
• Exceptional interpersonal communication skills and ability to
network comfortably and effectively in both public and private sectors
• Flexibility, patience, a willingness to take on multiple tasks,
efficiency, a friendly disposition, sense of humor, and problem-
• Interest and commitment to women’s rights and feminist issues
• Bi-lingual preferred
Applications must include a cover letter describing your interest and
qualifications, your resume (in Word or PDF format), two writing
samples, and salary requirements and should be sent to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to expedite the internal sorting and
reviewing process, please write your name (Last, First, job title) as
the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
The National Council for Research on Women is committed to women's
full and equal participation in a just and inclusive world. The
Council works to advance women's leadership across professional
sectors and encourages the development of young women leaders, both in
the US and globally. The Council reaches out assertively to diverse
constituencies to promote human rights and international cooperation
and understanding among women across differences of generation, race,
ethnicity, nation, sexual orientation and perspective. The Council
embraces the principle of women's rights as human rights and works
with diverse organizations to promote awareness both nationally and
globally. The Council works affirmatively to maintain a diverse staff
SEIU JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Title: Education Director, Member Leaders in Action (MLA)
Department Location: Washington, D.C.
To Apply: Please email your cover letter and resume to:
Purpose of Position
To create and lead a training and education program for staff and
members that supports their roles in building more effective locals
and winning campaigns.
1. Oversee the development of curricula for Member Leadership and
Action on topics including internal organizing, leadership
development, planning and time management, facilitation, basic
political economy, and other social justice issues.
2. Conduct training sessions for local union staff, members and
international staff on a wide range of topics related to MLA.
3. Direct the organization and dissemination of training curricula
through on-line sites.
4. Create, implement and maintain a system for tracking and
evaluating all education programs.
5. Design a program to develop and evaluate a cadre of experienced
6. Supervise the department’s administrative staff in the
logistics of planning, delivering and evaluating training programs.
7. Provide support to local education/member strength directors.
8. Partner with divisions, other departments and locals to develop
new curricula and/or adapt existing curricula to specific
circumstances and needs.
9. Represent SEIU to outside organizations on education and
SEIU Member Leadership and Action Program Director; SEIU Institute
for Change Director; MLA staff and IFC faculty; SEIU Local leaders and
staff, SEIU International Staff and Division Heads; the Member
Leadership and Action Committee of the SEIU Executive Board.
Direction and Decision Making:
This position reports to, and works closely with, the Director of
Member Leadership and Action.
Education and Experience
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university; 5
years of organizing experience in a union, community organization or
issue-driven organization; 5 years of experience in developing
curriculum and training; or a combination of relevant educational work
experiences that would provide for the following knowledge, skills and
Specialized Knowledge and Training
· Extensive experience in developing curricula that is learner-
centered, participatory, and incorporates popular education
· Knowledge and understanding of basic principles and skills
involved in internal organizing, leadership development, campaign
planning and implementation.
· Strong facilitation skills.
· Ability to lead teams and workgroups in creation of new
· Expertise with on line and distance-learning tools and
programs and methodologies.
· Excellent written, oral and presentation skills.
· Strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to
manage relationships in complex political and organizational
· Experience managing, developing and evaluating a staff.
· High level of individual motivation, ability to set and meet
This position is preferably based in the Washington, D.C. office, but
will require work in other settings. Frequent travel and long,
irregular hours are required.
SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer
I'm just the messenger . . .
----- Forwarded Message ----
Hello Friends and Colleagues -
After seven years with the Center for Progressive Leadership, I am working with
our board to implement an executive transition and bring in a new President by
the fall. I've been proud to be part of an incredible team of staff and faculty
across the country who have trained over 6,000 progressive leaders across the
In the spirit of our leadership development mission, it is time for CPL to bring
in new leadership to take us to the next level and continue our growth across
We recently launched our sixth state training center in Wisconsin (a place that
desperately needs new political leadership) and our teams in Arizona, Colorado,
Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Washington, DC continue to deliver innovative
leadership development programs for diverse organizers, advocacy leaders,
nonprofit staff, and future candidates.
Today, we are opening the search for a new President. We are seeking a leader
who a) can be compelling spokesperson for CPL with trainees, partners, and
donors; b) has extensive experience working with diverse communities; c) has a
deep commitment to progressive leadership development; and d) has a track record
of success in fundraising.
And most of all, we are looking for a leader who embodies the leadership
qualities we work to develop in our trainees. We are looking for a leader who is
willing to stand by her convictions, take risks, speak truth to power, and work
effectively to build progressive power and advance social justice.
Can you help us find the next President for the Center for Progressive
We are considering applicants on a rolling basis and the deadline for
applications is August 5th. Please spread the word.
All my best,
GRASSROOTS SOLUTIONS SEEKING PROJECT LEAD
new york, ny
NOW HIRING: PROJECT LEAD
grassroots solutions is seeking an experienced project lead to help coordinate, execute and lead a year-long national training and technical assistance program that will help communities plan and prepare for environmental, policy, or systems change efforts across the country. These change efforts will focus on public health interventions such as obesity prevention, active living, healthy eating, or tobacco reduction.
This project will:
* Develop grassroots organizing and training, tools, materials, and technology that help groups prepare for change efforts
* Train local communities in key organizing and communications skills needed to successfully pursue change efforts
* Coordinate with other technical assistance (TA) providers across the country to deliver and promote TA
* Create a learning community that will arm participants with the skills they need to continue change efforts long after the training and TA program ends
The Project Lead will work with other project staff to:
* Conduct assessment interviews with organizations, partners and other entities around the country that could be training and TA consumers and/or partners
* Oversee day-to-day execution of the training and TA program and plan
* Hire and oversee a team of staff and trainers charged with delivering training and TA
* Develop and coordinate online and offline training for communities in organizing and advocacy fundamentals, including corresponding material development
* Manage the logistics of training and event planning and turnout
* Develop and maintain communications activities, including print, web, listservs, phone and video/web conferences, and internal communications
Skills and Qualifications Needed:
* Five years paid organizing experience
* Grassroots advocacy experience preferred
* Experience in training development and delivery
* Strong writing skills
* Demonstrated experience in grassroots campaign planning
* Basic understanding of environmental, policy, or systems change efforts in the areas of tobacco control, healthy eating, active living, or obesity prevention
* A strong self-starter with demonstrated ability to prioritize and handle a variety of projects simultaneously and enthusiastically
* Experience working with diverse groups
* Demonstrated experience utilizing online organizing tools
* Comfortable using web-based technology
* Consulting or coaching experience a plus
* Willingness to travel
Job Location: Minnesota
Deadline: Submit resume and writing sample by July 10, 2011.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience; health and dental included.
Email Nicole Stratton at email@example.com
NOTE: If you've already applied for an open grassroots solutions' position, you do not need to reapply. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
grassroots solutions values diversity and encourages persons of all backgrounds and persuasions to apply for employment. grassroots solutions is also an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, physical disability, pregnancy, military or veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by state or federal law.
Communications & Development Internship at the Marine Fish Conservation
Network (DC) - Unpaid
Job Description; Intern
The Marine Fish Conservation Network seeks a full time intern to assist with
administrative & communications tasks, including but not limited to media
outreach & monitoring, web & social media campaigns, grant writing &
development, database management and office support. Joining us for this
internship will give you exposure to a broad range of activities undertaken
by a conservation non-profit while giving you the opportunity to work as
part of a small and dynamic team.
The Marine Fish Conservation Network is the largest national coalition of
environmental organizations, commercial and recreational fishing
associations, aquariums, and marine science groups solely dedicated to
promoting the long-term sustainability of ocean fish.
Our office is located just minutes from Capitol Hill, two blocks from the
Eastern Market metro station, Washington, DC. This position offers an
opportunity to interact with national and regional organizations while
gaining exposure to Capitol Hill policy-making. Please visit our website:
www.conservefish.org, to learn more about the Network.
Duties & Responsibilities
It is estimated that 50% of your time will be spent on administrative tasks
& development, and 50% will be spent on communications activities. Weekly
needs will vary, and flexibility is a must.
Administrative & Development tasks are likely to include:
- Organizing and archiving records & files
- Data entry & database management, using Salesforce CRM
- Researching fundraising opportunities
- Supporting grant management cycle
Communications tasks are likely to include:
- Monitoring and tracking relevant news items & current events in
mainstream media as well as blogs & social media
- Updating the Network’s website & social media outlets
- Updating and expanding Network’s press list
- Issuing & following up on Press Releases
- Supporting e-mail campaigns & online advocacy
The internship is unpaid, but offers great experience. The Network operates
in a wide sphere of influence with key ocean policy organizations &
- Bachelor’s degree preferred; will consider highly qualified
- Exceptional written and oral communications skills
- Ability to multi-task and switch gears quickly in response to
- An interest in conservation & environmental policy, as well as
- Computer literate; Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point)
are a must; experience with professional use of online social media;
experience with Salesforce preferred
How to apply
To apply send your resume along with a brief cover letter speaking to your
qualifications and fit for this position to email@example.com. The
subject line should include “Internship” and your name. Applications will be
accepted until the position is filled.
The Marine Fish Conservation Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Exciting, competitive Delegate race in western Fairfax County is
interns interested in working on all aspects of a campaign. Excellent
opportunity to learn the ropes and experience first hand how a winning
campaign is put together.
Responsibilities you'll have, and skills you'll gain:
-Conduct donor research
-Volunteer Recruitment and Training
-Attend and prep events
-Assist campaign manager as needed
-Staff candidate at events or during canvass
Potential paid positions may become available for reliable and
motivated interns with strong attention to detail.
To schedule an interview, email: NoVACampaignJobs@gmail.com
The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation in Silver Spring, MD is
searching for bright, talented, and passionate interns available to
start immediately. Interns with the Foundation will be given the
opportunity to work across NMSF’s core programs of government
relations, development, and communications.
Responsibilities will vary depending upon skills, interests and needs.
Interns can expect to engage in research and analysis, advocacy and
public policy, writing and communications, outreach with constituents
and partners, and preparation and facilitation of conferences,
briefings and workshops.
Internships may last three to five months during the course of a
semester or summer. Full-time or part-time internships are available,
although full-time is strongly preferred. NMSF will support
internships for students receiving academic credit; compensation is
Internships are available to college students, recent graduates, and
graduate students. Background/education in any of our program areas
(e.g., public policy, communications, marketing, environmental
studies, marine conservation) preferred. Written and oral
communication skills, organizational skills and experience, problem-
solving ability and critical thinking skills required. Strong computer
skills are preferred. A bright, creative, innovative, energetic
personality is a must.
Interested candidates should e-mail or fax cover letter and resume to
Adam Jacobs at adam@NMSFocean.org or fax to 301-608-3044.
About the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation:
The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation is the private, non-profit
partner to the federally managed National Marine Sanctuary System. The
Foundation is dedicated to protecting and supporting the national
marine sanctuaries through programs related to advocacy, education,
public awareness, and conservation. Among the Foundation’s signature
programs is Capitol Hill Ocean Week, the annual marine-related
symposium in Washington DC, and the Ernest Hollings Ocean Awareness
Trust Fund, which provides grants for promoting public awareness on
ocean-related issues. The sanctuary system consists of 14 sites, with
more than 150,000 square miles of area in the ocean and Great Lakes,
stretching from the Florida Keys to the Hawaiian Islands and from the
shore of Lake Huron to the Gulf of Mexico. The Foundation works
through public and private sector partnerships to connect the public
and policymakers with these underwater treasures.
Internships at EMILY's List
Gain valuable political experience and help elect pro-choice Democratic
women up and down the ticket! EMILY's List is a grassroots political
network working to elect pro-choice Democratic women candidates to
higher office. In the 2009-2010 cycle, EMILY's List raised more than
$38.5 million to support its mission of recruiting and supporting women
candidates, helping them build strong campaigns, and mobilizing women
voters to turn out and vote. With a community of more than 900,000
members across the country, EMILY's List is one of the largest political
action committees in the nation. Since its founding in 1985, EMILY's
List has worked to elect 84 pro-choice Democratic women to the U.S.
House, 16 to the U.S. Senate, nine governors, and hundreds of women to
the state legislatures, state constitutional offices, and other key
local offices. Interns are given the opportunity to do substantive work,
while gaining in-depth experience in the political sector.
EMILY's List offers full- and part-time internships in the following
* Major Gifts
* Information Technology
* New Media
* WOMEN VOTE!
Because of the crucial role interns play in our organization, we ask
that applicants have excellent written and oral communication skills.
Good judgment and an ability to maintain confidentiality are also a
to apply for a Fall 2011 internship. Applications will be reviewed on a
rolling schedule; the last day to apply is August 15, 2011.