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Generation Action

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Apply now for 2022-2023 Generation Action internships in Connecticut and Rhode Island.

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Be a voice for reproductive freedom on your campus and in your community.

Planned Parenthood Generation Action Internship is a network of young organizers and activists across Connecticut and Rhode Island who take action on their college campuses and in their communities to mobilize advocates for reproductive freedom.

Interns work from September to May to raise public awareness about reproductive health, rights, and justice, educate young people about sexual health, and create lasting change.

"Talking to a large group of people about the frank and complicated subjects of reproductive justice and health is not what scares me. What scares me is the idea of nobody talking about the subjects at all."

- Megan Kleczka, Generation Action Intern

About the Program

As a Generation Action intern, you will:

  • Work with Planned Parenthood staff to take action on your campus and in your community
  • Engage and mobilize supporters for reproductive health and rights
  • Get involved in local, state, and national campaigns
  • Learn about grassroots organizing, community mobilization, campaign strategy, and advocacy work
  • Gain leadership skills and hands-on communications, event planning, and project expertise
  • Explore the intersection of reproductive health, rights and justice with civil issues such as racial justice, immigration, climate change, and LGBTQ+ rights

How To Apply

Read the job description.

  • Anyone ages 18-24 living in Connecticut or Rhode Island can apply
  • Candidates not enrolled in college encouraged to apply
  • Commit to 8-10 hrs/week for the 9-month program (September-May)
  • Complete an online application by July 1, 2022
  • Interns can receive a $1,200 stipend, depending on fulfilling requirements

For questions or more information, email Shanique Reid, Manager of Advocacy and Organizing.


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