National Women’s Health Network Helen Rodriquez-Trias Women’s Health Leadership Internship
The Helen Rodriquez-Trias Women’s Health Leadership Internship is aimed at developing young leaders in the realm of reproductive health, and focuses on managing health information requests from our members and the public.
Internships are made available by the financial support of the Coleman Foundation, the Eunice Corfman Internship Fund, and individual donors. To learn more about Helen and Eunice Corfman, click here.
The Helen Rodriquez-Trias Women’s Health Leadership Program
The National Women’s Health Network seeks to develop the next generation of women’s health activists by providing interns with hands-on experience in women’s health policy and advocacy. Becoming a Network intern allows you to develop health research skills and explore the worlds of public policy, health education, and feminist organizing. The internship experience at the Network is unique. Interns’ contributions are essential to the workings of the Network.
- Interns work a 4-day workweek (32 hours per week in total).
- The internship is 10-12 weeks in duration.
- Fall and Spring interns receive a stipend of $160/week.
To apply to our internship program, please complete the online application form.
Starting summer of 2016, NWHN will start recruiting for interns per department (communications, policy/advocacy, and membership/fundraising). Intern descriptions per department are forth coming. If you submit your application before February 2016, additional information may be requested at a later date.
If you have further questions please contact:
Shaniqua Seth, Health Communications Manager either by phone
(202.682.2640), email (email@example.com), or mail (National Women’s Health Network
1413 K. Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20005)