Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS)
Communications/Social Media Intern position, open until filled. Stipend of $300/month. More info here.
Planned Parenthood (Twin Cities area)
Internships available: Volunteer Program and Training Assistant Intern, Clinic Administrative Assistant, Volunteer Programs and Marketing Coordinator, Organizational Effectiveness Assistant Intern, Human Resources Administrative Assistant, Community Education Intern - African Programs, Media Relations and Communications Intern, Community Education and Outreach Intern, all open until filled, all unpaid.
Planned Parenthood (Duluth, MN and Bemidji, MN)
American Indian Education and Outreach Assistant position, open until filled. More info here .
Executive Intern position open until filled. Primary duties involve conducting research on women running for politcal office in Minnesota. More info here .
YWCA St. Paul
Information Technology Internship available. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. More info here .
Women's Environmental Institute
Five spring internships available in Non-Profit Administration, Marketing, Growing Power Outreach & Research, Curriculum Development and Events Coordinator. Application deadine January 15, 2013. For more information, visit the website or contact us at email@example.com.
Emma Norton Services
Youth Program Curriculum Development Internship available. Application deadline December 15. For more information view the job listing here.
League of Women Voters-Minnesota
Internship available. Application deadline December 14. For more information view the job listing here.
Minnesota Women's Consortium
New Moon Girls MagazineDeadline for Spring 2013 internship is December 14. Click here for more info and to apply: http://bit.ly/11bmfn6
Sexual Offense Services of Ramsey County
SOS offers internship opportunities through out the year. Internship descriptions may vary depending on intern’s focus and area of study. For more information call 651.643.3022.
College Feminist Connect Campus Liaisons
Applications accepted on a rolling basis
College Feminists Connect Campus Liaisons are the program’s link to college and university campuses across the state. It is the campus liaisons that keep this program strong and active. Campus Liaisons are Presidents of student-led Women’s Resource Centers, women/gender studies majors, active members of feminist-based college groups, individual college feminists, and in the case of a few schools, faculty members who are trying to build a feminist base on their campus. Campus Liaisons are not only the lifeblood of CFC but also emerging leaders of the feminist movement!
What do Campus Liaisons do? Campus Liaisons are in regular contact with the College Feminist Connect Coordinator housed in the offices of the Minnesota Women’s Consortium. Liaison activities include:
- Promoting the program on campus among women’s groups and individuals. Campus Liaisons have utilized flyers, email, social networking tools, tabling at campus events, and in-class announcements to promote this program.
- Relaying College Feminists Connect updates to interested parties including but not limited to women’s organizations, academic departments, and individuals.
- Contributing to the College Feminists Connect website through blog posts, information about events at your campus, and updates about feminist issues on their campus.
- And recruiting individuals to participate in College Feminists Connect forums.
Why be a College Feminists Connect Campus Liaison?
You are an emerging leader of the feminist movement and becoming a College Feminist Connect Campus Liaison not only demonstrates your commitment to advancing the feminist agenda and creating gender equality for future generations but also creates opportunities for you to put your feminist identity to work! In addition to new opportunities and access to a network of strong, diverse feminists, the Minnesota Women’s Consortium will work with your school to provide college credit, connect you with a feminist mentor, and help you add a new, exciting leadership position to your resume! Think of this position as an off-site college internship.
To become a Campus Liaison send a letter of intent and your resume to the College Feminist Connect Coordinator. Apply to be a College Feminist Connect Campus Liaison today and take the first step to making Minnesota a leader for feminist change. We can’t wait to have you as part of our network!