CLPP Development Intern Application

The Development Intern will support CLPP's administrative and development work. The Development Intern provides support that is critical to the success of CLPP’s development initiatives by researching potential funders, recording key activities with current funders, and developing statistics and stories that communicate the impact of our work.

Contact / school info
Tell us about yourself and your visions
This might be working in the office, participating in the CLPP student group, facilitating a workshop, volunteering at the conference, etc.
Please describe what sorts of technology—computer/software programs and otherwise—you have experience with using. If there are areas that you're excited to grow your skills in, use this space to describe that too. Examples that you might want to address are spreadsheets; photo, video, and design programs; social media platforms; blogging, collaborative documents (e.g. google docs, wikis). These are just some examples—you don't need to address them all!
References

Please tell us about two references. We recommend that at least one of them can speak to your ability to complete projects—for example a work/internship supervisor, a fellow student group signer, etc.

Remember! It's always good practice to let your references know that you're putting their names down—and that they could be contacted! You should also tell them a little about the position.

First Reference
Second Reference
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.

2018-2019 Student Group Coordinator Application

Are you a five-college student interested in deepening your understanding of reproductive justice and student organizing skills? Do you want to play a role in coordinating CLPP's annual conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building a Movement for Reproductive Freedom?

Tell us about yourself!
This might be working in the office, participating in the CLPP student group, facilitating a workshop, volunteering at the conference, etc.
The two Student Group Coordinators will work closely together in a co-leader model. The SGCs will also work collaboratively with CLPP staff, sometimes taking leadership and sometimes taking direction. The SGCs will also work collaboratively with the student group, inspiring action and organizing, giving strong mentorship and leadership to the group, and supporting the visions and needs of student group members.

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