The Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps is a paid summer internship program that places undergraduate students at reproductive justice and social justice organizations for ten-week internships.
The RRASC program defines reproductive justice broadly to include human rights, economic justice, racial equality, queer rights, immigrants' rights, access to health services, and youth empowerment.
RRASC internships are substantive in nature, and interns receive a $3,300 stipend. Interns participate in organizing, advocacy, direct service, education, technical support, and research at a wide range of non-profit organizations throughout the country and internationally.
I’m deeply grateful for this opportunity. There is no way I would have been able to work at the Pride Center for a summer as an unpaid intern, so I am grateful to CLPP/RRASC for the support and training. And I am beyond grateful for the Pride Center for an amazing summer working with activists in Vermont’s rural queer community. I am leaving with a portfolio of work, an array of work experience and many connections that I will never forget.
—Ellen Bryer '14 RRASC
For more information, contact Johanna Rincón Fernández, CLPP Assistant Director, at 413.559.5859 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for the Summer 2015 program will be available in November 2014.