Internship Program

Tired of hearing about the war on women? Ready for a vibrant alternative to campus feminism? Want to advance pro-liberty ideas on campus? The Network of enlightened Women (NeW) is looking for talented and motivated students for our internships. Interning with NeW provides the opportunity to work directly with the leadership of a growing nonprofit organization and use your skills to fight for ideas you believe in. As a NeW intern, you will become connected with a network of influential women leaders in politics and policy.

Internships are available in the fall, spring and summer, and can be done remotely from any university. Part-time and full-time positions, determined on a case by case basis. Stipends are available for some intern positions and internships can be used for course credit. You will need to inquire into the requirements of your specific university for course credit.

General Internship

Responsibilities:

  • Contributing weekly posts to the NeW blog;
  • Creating and implementing promotional materials for events;
  • Conducting general research and researching newsworthy issues;
  • Assisting in event planning;
  • Supporting the existing chapters; 
  • And more!

Requirements:

  • Current undergraduate student (or recent graduate)
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills
  • Strong Microsoft office skills, including Word and Excel
  • Attention to detail
  • Independent worker

Social Media Intern

Responsibilities:

  • Drafting and scheduling daily posts for NeW’s social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter and others;
  • Creating infographics for NeW’s social media accounts;
  • Contributing weekly posts to the NeW blog;
  • Using Hootsuite, ManageFlitter, WordPress and other account management tools;
  • Promoting NeW’s presence on Instagram, Pinterest and Goodreads;
  • Creating flyers and other promotional materials;
  • And more!

Requirements:

  • Current undergraduate student (or recent graduate)
  • Strong Microsoft office, Photoshop and InDesign skills
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to translate ideas for new programs into visual design
  • Independent worker

Special Events Intern

Responsibilities:

  • Assisting with the entire process of event planning including research, proposal writing, execution, event follow up and everything in between;
  • Assisting with NeW National events, including the September anniversary, alumnae events, professional development panels and networking events;
  • Creating and implementing promotional materials for events;
  • Taking the lead on planning at least one event for NeW leaders;
  • And more!

Requirements:

  • Current undergraduate student (or recent graduate)
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Experience in event planning
  • Strong Microsoft office skills, including Word and Excel
  • Attention to detail
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • Independent worker

Development Intern

Responsibilities:

  • Corresponding with donors through a variety of mediums
  • Identifying and researching potential donors, including individuals and foundations;
  • Assisting with events
  • Creating materials highlighting the work of NeW

Requirements:

  • Current undergraduate student (or recent graduate)
  • Organized, detail-oriented, responsible, hard-working
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills including Word and Excel (in addition some previous database experience appreciated but not required)
  • Ability to multi-task and work independently

Application
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Apply today!

Dates (*final dates are determined based on the academic schedule) 

  • Spring (January-May)
  • Summer (May-August)
  • Fall (September-December)
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