NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio

NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Foundation is a sister organization that provides public education to support the NARAL mission. Contributions to NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Training, educational forums, and workshops for NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio members and pro-choice constituents are conducted by the NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Foundation. Key programs include: - AbortionAccessToledo, our initiative to “Keep Abortion Safe and Legal in Toledo.” ProMedica is currently refusing to sign a transfer agreement with Capital Care Toledo, the last remaining abortion clinic in Toledo. Even though Capital Care Toledo can transfer patients to a ProMedica hospital if necessary, the state requires an official transfer agreement between the abortion clinic and the hospital.


NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio is committed to develop and sustain a constituency that uses the political process to guarantee every person who can become pregnant the right to make personal decisions regarding a full range of reproductive choices, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion.

Internship description: 

The Community Engagement & Organizing Intern at NARAL Pro Choice Ohio will work with NPCO’s Community Organizer related to community engagement and programming goals. The Community Engagement & Organizing Intern will assess Ohio’s pro-choice communities and help in strategic programmatic methods to organize and bring communities together. In addition, the Community Engagement & Organizing Intern will assist NPCO’s Community Organizer at events/presentations, undertake the drafting of materials for those presentations and will handle routine writing and administrative tasks. The NPCO Community Engagement & Organizing Intern will also have the opportunity to complete a project focused on a specific community demographic of interest in conjunction with NPCO’s Community Organizer.

Internship skills needed: 

● Develop assessment documents related to pro-choice communities within specific urban, suburban, or rural areas and related to specific community demographics of Ohio (potentially based on age, gender, religious affiliation, ethnicity, profession, etc) ● Attend community engagement events and programs ● Assist in the planning and organization of events and programs ● Work to develop the NPCO volunteer base and increase the total number of volunteers in the organization with a focus on the diversification of the volunteer demographic ● Conduct meetings with local pro-choice leaders to better understand the communities across Ohio ● Conduct weekly check-ins with the internship supervisor ● Other duties as assigned by the internship supervisor


  • Cleveland
  • OH

How to find us: 

11811 Shaker Blvd, Suite 210 Cleveland, OH 44120

Work hours: 

week day is business hours, weekend is based on festival hours

Dress code: 

casual, unless at the Ohio statehouse

Office building accessibility: 

Columbus, no, Cleveland, yes

How many people work at the organization: 


Are there other interns at the organization during the summer: 

Internship final reports: 
2020Sarah Szilagy
2019Emma Wagner