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When

It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.

Where

201 29th Street, Suite ASacramento, CA 95816

About

VOLUNTEER/INTERN POSITION TITLE: Public Affairs Intern
DEPARTMENT: Public Affairs
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Director of Public Affairs
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: None

Purpose of the Position:
To support the fast-paced electoral, legislative, media and community outreach work of the Public Affairs Department. By creating grassroots advocacy on campus and surrounding community. Can be tailored to Interns interests and current political climate.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Promote media coverage by writing and distributing monthly articles to local and campus newspapers and letters to the editor in reaction to relevant articles.
  • Organize, charter, recruit members, and ensure future success of a new campus club, VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood
  • Create alliances with other campus clubs and staff such as the women's center and health center. Organize and implement a co-sponsored event.
  • Recruit activists, provide information table in campus public areas and at relevant college events.
  • Help organize and attend local relevant community events.
  • Support current research and projects of the Public Affairs department.
  • Training:

    • Volunteer Orientation
    • On the job training on public affairs issues as needed

Time Commitment: 1 semester/2 quarters (academic). Flexible.

Location: Primarily from home and school. PPMM Administration office/Pubic Affairs office can be used for a few hours a week, if needed.

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