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Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas (PPGT) is offering a Spring Leadership Program for young people ages 18-25 years old. Participants will volunteer at least 10-12 hours a week for eight weeks at a PPGT office in Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth or Waco. Those selected for the program will work in collaboration with PPGT staff to learn more about working at a nonprofit organization, support and conduct outreach and engagement activities, and help with events and projects.

Key Responsibilities

  • Attend meetings and training sessions with staff to gain a better understanding of Planned Parenthood’s mission and the day-to-day operations of the organization. 

  • Create captivating social media content, such as video, text, and graphics, to promote PPGT events in the community.

  • Work with PPGT staff in the development and implementation of volunteer events.

  • Effectively represent PPGT at public/community events and supervise volunteers in doing the same. Work with PPGT staff in the development and implementation of volunteer events.

  • Evening and weekend work is occasionally required. Perform other related duties as necessary.

Interested to join for the summer? 

Click here to fill out an application! Applications close November 14, 2022.


Personal Qualities and Other Attributes 

  • Deep appreciation for the mission of Planned Parenthood and reproductive justice.
  • Interest in Texas policy issues.
  • Positive attitude and enjoys operating in a fast-paced environment; a nimble and flexible work style.
  • A direct and open interpersonal communication style; a smart and confident leader.

Deadline to apply is November 14, 2022.

This program starts on February 20 and ends April 24, 2023 (excludes a week of Spring Break).

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Applications are open!

Qualifications

  • Currently 18-25 years old.
  • Ability to function in a fast-paced work environment and manage multiple tasks.
  • Working knowledge of Google Docs, Microsoft Office Suite, and other technical tools.
  • Passionate about reproductive health, comprehensive sex education, and advocacy within the community.
  • Other Planned Parenthood or non-profit organization volunteer experience preferred, but not required. 

Benefits 

  • Strengthen teaching, public speaking, health education, and facilitation skills that can be used in future employment. 
  • Develop community organizing and leadership abilities through managing volunteers and planning events.
  • Learn to organize and maintain databases and files, such as Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and EveryAction.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the way nonprofit organizations operate and the role they play in their communities.
  • Receive a stipend of $1,100 for your time.