MIRA is now accepting applicants for fall and spring internships at our St Louis office. Under-grad and graduate students accepted.
We are seeking committed, energetic activists to work as interns focusing primarily on efforts to improve and protect the rights of immigrants as workers and community members. You will also assist in outreach to local organizations and activists committed to immigrant rights in our communities and workplaces.
Being an intern with MIRA is hard work. However, you can expect to learn from St. Louis’ most skilled and inspiring activists, and build relationships with an incredible range of grassroots organizations.
Areas of opportunity include: Policy analysis and advocacy, Communications, Coalition building and dynamics, Effective meetings, Grassroots mobilization, Leadership development, Community outreach and education, Database management
There are opportunities to customize internships to meet academic needs and intellectual interests
If you are interested in this exciting work, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
MIRA is an affirmative action, equal opportunity organization. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.