Planned Parenthood is at the forefront of the fight for reproductive rights. As we prepare to engage the challenges ahead, we ask that you move forward with us and stand up for choice by supporting access to comprehensive sexuality education, family planning services, and safe and legal abortion services.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved to fight forward for choice:
Get Educated To learn more about reproductive rights in Michigan, threats to our rights, and how to help protect them, visit the website of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan.
Take Action The struggle for reproductive rights is ongoing. Your involvement is needed on many issues. Learn how to get active, stay informed on the issues, and make your voice heard here.
Become a Volunteer Activist From teens to senior citizens, our diverse network of volunteer activists donates thousands of hours of time and energy each year. Our team of dedicated volunteer activists is crucial to helping Planned Parenthood promote and protect access to reproductive health care information and services. Apply with Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan.
Become a Public Advocacy Intern Our Public Advocacy Internship program is an important part of our work. Our interns spend most of their time engaged in substantive projects. In addition to building job skills and valuable work experience, interns often make lasting professional contacts in the non-profit and business communities. Apply with Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan.
6 Ways to Help Right Now This is a critical time in our history for reproductive rights and access to health care. Planned Parenthood needs your support now more than ever! Check out this list for more ideas on how to help and get involved, right now.
Planned Parenthood of Michigan provides opportunities to get involved in education and outreach activities on college campuses around the state through our advocacy organization, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan.
To find out where we have active programs that you can get involved in, or to learn how to start a group of your own, please email [email protected].
High School Students
PPMI offers leadership opportunities for high school students through our Peer Education programs. These programs focus on education, advocacy, awareness, and outreach. These groups offer opportunities to earn stipends and gift cards, as well as to learn valuable life, college, and career skills of leadership, community service, public speaking and presenting, event planning, and more! Opportunities are available in Kalamazoo, Kent, Muskegon, Washtenaw, and Wayne/Oakland/Macomb Counties. Get more information about PPMI's advocacy groups for high school students on our Peer Education page.