Class Action is a small but inspiring national non-profit that raises awareness of the harm caused by classism (prejudice based on social class). We put out a vision of a world without classism, where everyone is treated with respect and everyone has enough. Our program work includes popular education workshops, publications, and a website (www.classism.org) with a blog (Classism Exposed).
- Web / social media / blog intern: promote Class Action's message by finding and creating content on classism, soliciting blog posts and comments, tweeting, posting and soliciting cross-links, search engine optimization; improving and expanding website;
- Administrative and Development intern: gain marketable fundraising skills while helping with database, filling literature orders, keeping the books and assisting development staff;
- Organizer of First-Generation College Student support groups and new campaign against legacy admissions: Network with college students about possible fall activities on their own campuses.
- Design and Layout intern: design publications, flyers and web pages; organize and label photos of Class Action's work.
- Marketing intern: Network to find high school teachers interested in our new "Created Equal" curriculum, libraries who want Class Action publications, and organizations that might want Class Action workshops.
Required for all internships:
- Good persuasive communication skills;
- Detail-oriented and reliable;
- Ability to work independently and coordinate own project;
- Passion for economic and social justice (please describe in cover letter how your values align with Class Action's mission).
- In addition, to apply for each internship, please describe relevant competencies and experience with related software.
|2013||Phuong Pham |
Phuong Pham final report.pdf
|2012||Anna Shaddae Rodriguez|
|2010||Megan Couture |
|2009||Ellen Dai |
|2008||Elissa Lopes |