Position: Full-time or part-time, minimum of 1 day (8 hours per week)
Reports To: Policy Staff
Pay: Unpaid, but NDWA will work with students to fulfill requirements to receive college credit for participation in our program by a student’s accredited college of university. NDWA will also offer a travel stipend for interns and will support students participating in the program who choose to seek third-party remuneration for their participation the internship program.
Start Date: Rolling basis with preference for interns who can make a 3-month commitment
Location: Washington DC and remote
The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) organizes domestic workers in the United States for respect, recognition and labor protections. We work to raise standards and guarantee labor rights and protections for domestic workers by waging legislative and administrative policies at the municipal, state and federal level and elevating domestic workers as key leaders in building a powerful movement for social justice. NDWA formed in 2007 at the US Social Forum and currently represents 60+ affiliates, chapters and individual workers across the country.
NDWA’s organizing and communications strategies are supported and enhanced by our policy team. The Policy Interns will be primarily responsible for supporting the execution of our policy strategies.
If you are interested in pursuing an intern opportunity, please submit a cover letter indicating why you are interested, when you are available to intern, whether you are receiving school credit and/or have an external source of funding such as your college or law school and, if so, please identify the source, and how many hours per week you can intern. A full application includes a cover letter, resume, a writing sample, and contact information (including email and phone numbers) for two references.
Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities and LGBTQ people are strongly urged to apply.