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National Center for Women’s Employment Equity Program Associate

 

Internships 

WOW is now hiring!

Economic Security for Survivors Project Intern- will support the development of training materials and resources for criminal justice, direct service and community partners across the country.

Duties include:assisting in the research of relevant state and federal laws, policies and programs that impact the economic security of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking (workplace rights, leave policies, protection orders, crime victim’s compensation, income security, housing, supports and benefits, health care, etc.); composing text for the ESS newsletter, briefs, fact sheets, blogs, and social media; attending and reporting on congressional hearings; supporting some development activities; engaging with colleagues and stakeholders; performing administrative tasks and otherwise assisting program managers as needed.

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Elder Economic Security Initiative Intern - will work alongside program staff to advance the programs and policies that promote economic security for elder women.

Duties include: assist in the research of relevant state and federal policies concerning the economic security of older and retired women (income security, housing, supports and benefits, health care, etc.); compose text for briefs, fact sheets, blogs, and social media; attend coalition meetings, briefings and congressional hearings; contribute to WOW’s newsletter and other communications between WOW and our partners; perform administrative tasks and otherwise assist each program manager as needed.

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National Center on Women’s Employment Equity (NCWEE) Intern – will work alongside program staff to provide support to the programs and policies that promote economic security and employment equity for women and their families. 
 
Duties include: assist in developing technical assistance materials and resources for local partners providing job training and direct services to women, create and share ongoing information about NCWEE activities and WOW’s expertise supporting women in the workplace through print and social media, support grant management through data collection and tracking partner performance deliverables and timelines, compose text for briefs, fact sheets and blogs, attend coalition meetings, briefings and congressional hearings, contribute to WOW’s newsletter and other communications between WOW and our partners, provide administrative support and otherwise assist program staff as needed. 
 

Internships pay $15 per day to help cover transportation costs. WOW’s internships can be used towards course credit.

How to Apply:

To apply, please e-mail WOW’s Intern/Clerkship Coordinator (intern@wowonline.org). Include:

  • Name of the internships or clerkship position to which you are applying
  • Your availability
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Writing Sample

Applications need to be complete or they may not be reviewed.

Thank you for your interest. We will respond as soon as possible to those whose qualifications best fit the position.

 

 

 

 

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