RRASC 2018 applications are open

Picture your students here. Applications are open!

Do you know a dedicated, passionate, and driven undergraduate student who wants to get paid to do meaningful work at a reproductive or social justice organization this summer?
Interns receive a $3,500 stipend to work at their host organization, with placements located across the country. Interns are guided by a mentor at their organization, and are supported by CLPP with training and coaching throughout their internship.

The RRASC Summer Internship Program is open to all undergraduate students in the United States. 
Do you know of a student who would be interested in interning for ten weeks this summer at one of the reproductive rights or social justice organizations listed below? Please let them know about this opportunity! Applications are due January 16, 2018 and students can apply online here. To better accommodate students' busy lives, we've streamlined our application process this year — we are now asking for a 2-3 page personal statement and 1 strong reference. 
Don't know a student, but want to help? Spread the word on social media. Or support our next generation of leaders by making a donation to fund their stipends.

Thank you for helping us grow the next generation of activists and expand the work of reproductive rights and social justice organizations throughout the country!

2018 RRASC Host Organizations
Access Reproductive Care — Southeast (Atlanta, GA)
ACCESS Women's Health Justice (Oakland, CA)
Advocates for Youth (Washington, D.C.)
Aid to Inmate Mothers (Montgomery, AL)
Alaska Community Action on Toxics (Anchorage, AK)
All-Options (Bloomington, IN)
Amnesty International (Washington, D.C.)
BASTA — Building and Strengthening Tenant Action (Austin, TX)
California Families for Access to Midwives (San Francisco Bay Area, CA)
California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (Los Angeles, CA)
Center for Genetics and Society (Berkeley, CA)
Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at Berkeley Law (Berkeley, CA)
Class Action (Boston, MA)
COLOR — Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (Denver, CO)
Family Equality Council (Boston, MA)
Gender Spectrum (San Francisco Bay Area, CA)
Ibis Reproductive Health (Boston, MA)
Justice Now (Oakland, CA)
Mabel Wadsworth Women's Health Center (Bangor, ME)
Maine Family Planning (Augusta, ME)
Miami Workers Center (Miami, FL)
National Advocates for Pregnant Women (New York, NY)
National Network of Abortion Funds (Boston, MA)
Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center (Lake Andes, SD)
Ohio Justice & Policy Center (Cincinnati, OH)
Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (Columbus, OH)
Political Research Associates (Boston, MA)
Power U Center for Social Change (Miami, FL)
Project South: Institute for the Elimination of Poverty & Genocide (Atlanta, GA)
Sadie Nash Leadership Project (New York, NY)
Safe Passage (Northampton, MA)
Tewa Women United (Española, NM)
The Doula Project (New York, NY)
The Reproductive Health Access Project (New York, NY)
The Trans Buddy Program through the Vanderbilt Program for LGBTI Health (Nashville, TN)
Third Wave Fund (Chicago, IL)
Women Have Options/Ohio (Columbus, OH)
Women With A Vision (New Orleans, LA)

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