HBCU Internship 2022
The me too. International HBCU Internship 2022
Application Deadline: December 28
What is the HBCU Internship?
The ‘me too.’ HBCU internship is a 6-month virtual internship program that will support two burgeoning survivor-leaders who want to contribute to the work of disrupting sexual violence. Interns will work directly with the ‘me too.’ Programs team to build out the 2022 HBCU student workshops; study group; and the HBCU student leadership retreat in April 2022.
Interns will work 5-7 hours per week and report directly to the Program Coordinator.
Who should apply?
HBCU undergraduate student leaders are invited to apply for the internship. Applicants with previous campus leadership experience, project management experience, and those with experience organizing around issues of sexual violence are strongly encouraged to apply. Queer, low-income, trans, gender non-conforming, disabled, immigrant, and first-generation peoples are encouraged to apply.
What will interns gain as a result of their experience?
The Internship will include skill development training in supporting survivors on a college campus; organizing 101, and understanding the intersection of sexual violence and racial justice. Interns will act as thought leaders toward the design and implementation of ‘me too.’s HBCU initiatives. In addition, interns will learn how to advance survivor justice through a non-profit structure.
Compensation: Interns will receive a $1,700 stipend dispersed in two payments (February & June).
When does the internship take place?
January 20, 2022- June 30, 2022
How do I apply?
Read more and complete the application by Tuesday, December 28, 2021 at 11:59 pm EST. Find the link HERE.