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Become an Intern or Fellow

Our interns and fellows work with Planned Parenthood North Central States' staff, patients, supporters, volunteers, and community activists to advance sexual and reproductive health care, education, programming and advocacy. They may also support initiatives focused on reproductive rights and freedom, gender equity, community health, and cross-movement work.

New opportunities are often posted to coincide with school semesters and/or summer breaks.


Electoral Intern

Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
Length of Commitment: Through November 11
Compensation: $18/hour 20 hours/week

How to Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Under general supervision of the Senior Manager of Public Affairs, the Electoral Intern is responsible for building, maintaining, and activating an electoral network of supporters and leaders for the organization in target districts and regions in the state. The Electoral Intern is responsible for executing localized field plans. Tactics include but are not limited to: recruiting new supporters, engaging and training electoral volunteers, and participating in phone banking, canvassing and other volunteer activities. The Electoral Intern will work to carry out electoral goals and be a be a part of a dynamic Public Affairs team that builds a sustainable base of support for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Nebraska and helps to elect candidates endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Nebraska. They may perform other related duties as assigned.

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