Things to Check Out
Rise Wisconsin (paid internship)
Intern at Rise to help get out the vote in Wisconsin. Interns use social media platforms to help get young Wisconsin voters prepared to vote this November. For more information please email email@example.com or fill out the application and check the box next to “Molly Kehoe.”
Interested in honing your event planning skills? UW-Madison will host the MBLGTACC conference (the Midwest’s LGBTQIA conference for college students) in February 2021. The planning committee is meeting now and would welcome student involvement. Find more details on the MBLGTACC 2021 flyer.
The Social Justice Hub is located in Union South. You can start your own issue-based action team, join a group already in progress, attend a workshop, and be a peer facilitator. This is a space where you can get involved in social justice work on campus.
Work with Queer Media Campaign
The “Queer We Are, Together We Heal” campaign brings together a coalition of queer organizations to promote health equity and facilitate community care mechanisms. The campaign seeks an undergraduate project assistant with a humanities or social sciences background. This position requires a commitment to social justice, an understanding of gender and sexual identity, and strong communication skills. The project assistant will earn a $600 stipend and have $2,000 in project funds. Direct questions to Aaron Fai (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and transcript to email@example.com.
Applications are due August 24.
Progressive Pipeline recruits college students who’ve lived the issues that matter and places them in paid fellowships on progressive campaigns. This fall, we’re partnering with the Working Families Party to launch a paid, full-time organizing fellowship. No political experience is required to apply — we offer training, coaching, mentorship, and everything you need to launch a career in politics.
Join this two-day summit hosted by Planned Parenthood Advocates of WI. PPAWI volunteers and supporters will come together online to participate in trainings, workshops, and volunteer-led actions. Participants will gain the tools and knowledge they need to strengthen their communities. Register here.
August 8 – 9, 2020
Campus Internship Programs
Are you interested in working abroad? Consider the International Internship Program (IIP). Find opportunities in gender and the arts, communications, education, and health. Start looking for 2020 - 2021 opportunities.
Intern with a federal agency, a NGO, or a DC non-profit through the WI in Washington Program.
UNIDOS supports survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Dane County with a focus on the Latinx community. For more information about how to volunteer, contact Manuel Cerda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Connect with the Campus Women's Center to learn about events and volunteer opportunities in the community. Find the CWC on social media or contact email@example.com.
The Morgridge Center is the most comprehensive resource on campus for volunteering in the Madison area. Find Morgridge Center staff on the 1st floor of the Red Gym.