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Work with a dynamic, young, talented staff and immerse yourself in the day-to-day activities of a professional non-profit program. This position is perfect for a candidate interested in nonprofit work or political advocacy.


  • A commitment to reproductive rights and the mission of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Experience with the Microsoft Office Suite, including a demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Excel
  • An ability to work well independently and as part of a team
  • Flexibility, reliability and a willingness to learn
  • A commitment to diversity
  • Experience with database software, such as NGP VAN, a plus but not required


  • Support organizing work for our legislative priorities, especially the ROE Act
  • Participate in electoral advocacy opportunities such as phone banking and canvassing (pending special elections)
  • Work alongside the program team in research into sex education in Massachusetts public schools
  • Participate in legislative advocacy opportunities such as signature collection, information drops, and lobby days
  • Assist with planning, implementing and wrapping up events such as volunteer meetings and advocacy events
  • Assist with research on policy related to reproductive health in Massachusetts
  • Perform other administrative duties and tasks as assigned, including data management

Time Commitment and Compensation

Unpaid internship with 15-40 hours/week commitment from June 2019 – August 2019 with possibility for continuation. Start and end dates are flexible. We currently offer compensation through our Student of Color Leadership Stipend and are also committed to working with students to secure either funding or credit from their institution. Rolling application process; position will be open until filled. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume via email to Kate Froehlich, Membership and Organizing Manager at

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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?