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Jobs & Internships

Click on the links below to find out more about available positions. We frequently have short-term paid internships, so check back often.

NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, veteran status, or any other class protected by law. Assistance and/or reasonable accommodation during the application process is available to individuals with disabilities upon request. No applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.

Jobs in Massachusetts


Canvasser

NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts is hiring canvassers to support and promote pro-choice issues and values. This is an ideal opportunity for an individual looking to make an impact on issues they feel passionately about, while also developing skills. We will be going door-to-door to reach out to and have face-to-face conversations within communities to educate people on choice issues and legislation. We have a welcoming and positive work environment. A strong commitment to reproductive rights and justice is a must. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Student of Color Leadership Stipend

Recognizing that unpaid internships are often a financial impossibility for young people seeking experience in the non-profit sector, we wish to lessen this barrier to entry. As our priority is to broaden the diversity of voices in the reproductive rights movement, which have long reflected the experiences of white women, we wish to allocate existing funds to support an intern of color. With this stipend, we hope to continue to challenge patterns of under representation in this field in addition to supporting the professional and leadership development of a young person in the reproductive rights movement.

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We fight for a future that includes access to all reproductive health care no matter your zip code or employer. Massachusetts must lead the charge. Are you with us?