Apply Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc_bk5iA6_2Ck72KGKQvQMDHehB6WgHBiqfFVslz3a8vISYRg/viewform Unpaid remote internship or volunteer opportunity, 5-30 (flexible) hours per week and a flexible start and end dates. Join our team of mission-driven young people from all around the country to help amplify youth civic engagement and participate in activism on many progressive/social justice issues including climate change, racial justice, reproductive rights, and ending gun violence, and combatting voter suppression. Benefits: Eligible to receive community service hours or course credit (if you coordinate with your school), work in teams with other young people to participate in activism and learn civics, bolster your resume, earn valuable letters of recommendation, flexible hours per week, apply anytime, eligible to win awards and prizes including the President's Volunteer Service Award, and hear from world renowned speakers. Key Curriculum: Work on teams to participate in grassroots activism and advocacy on issues you care about. Research activism, advocacy, civics and social justice. Join voter registration and turnout projects. Learn about civics. Skills Developed: Communication, Collaboration, Leadership, Critical Thinking, Writing, and more. Hours Per Week: You choose between 5 and 30+ hours. End Date: Flexible Application Deadline: Rolling - TurnUp will accept applications year-round until all team positions are filled. Specialized Teams: While completing this application, you will also have the option to join one of our four specialized teams: Social Media, Marketing, Graphic Design, and Fundraising. More Internship Details: This is a great opportunity for those looking to impact change in their community, refine their activist efforts, strengthen democracy, and meet other like-minded young people! Interns will collaborate on a variety of tasks, communicate regularly, and meet virtually on a weekly basis. This is a collaborative internship where interns will develop their democratic competency. Interns participate in civic actions, work on voter turnout projects, perform targeted outreach, engage in advocacy and activism, find and participate in volunteer opportunities together, attend the TurnUp Speaker Series, as well as do civic and activism related research and writing. Most importantly, they will work together to advocate for issues important to young people, fight voter suppression and boost youth voter turnout. Upon completion, interns are prepared to go forward being civically responsible and engaged activists.
Date Posted: Dec 20, 2022