The Environmental Voter Project (EVP) is looking for highly-motivated undergraduates to join our selective Summer Internship Program. Interns will work closely with the entire EVP staff to learn about subjects such as field campaigning, nonprofit communications, and data analytics. Interns will be expected to devote time to field outreach, senior staff support, event planning, voting and elections research, data management and entry, and volunteer management. In addition to gaining valuable nonprofit advocacy skills, interns will participate in weekly seminars, join regular trainings, and become talented organizers and political operatives by learning the nuts and bolts of nonprofit work and electoral campaigning from an exciting and innovative organization. We are seeking responsible, motivated candidates who can commit to 10 hours per week for this program.
While the Environmental Voter Project is based out of Boston, MA, this internship is being offered as a fully virtual experience and applicants from across the country are encouraged to apply.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Hours and Internship Duration.
- Start Date: Tuesday, June 1
- Hours: 10 hours per week, 12-5pm EDT over two days
- Days: (a) all interns are expected to work on Tuesdays, and (b) interns can choose between Monday or Wednesday for their second day
Stipends and Academic Credit.
We regularly work with academic institutions on providing academic credit for EVP internships. This is an unpaid internship, but EVP provides each intern with a $250/month stipend.
Main Job Responsibilities.
- Recruit and cultivate volunteers
- Track field operations and enter information into databases and dashboards
- Voting and elections research and drafting memos
- Data management Voter outreach
- Attend professional seminars
- Research public relations opportunities
- Outreach to college and university groups
- Support Senior Staff in preparing for important events
- Access to a computer and reliable internet
- A phone
- An interest in environmental issues or politics
- An outgoing and friendly demeanor
- Strong attention to detail
- Ability to represent the Environmental Voter Project in a professional manner at all times
Interns will receive significant training in all aspects of field work, organizing, voter outreach, issues research, and membership communications.
Please email a resume and cover letter to Peter Polga-Hecimovich at firstname.lastname@example.org.