We are no longer accepting applications for Spring 2018 internships.

Women’s Campaign International is looking for highly motivated people to help us fulfill our mission. Our internship program is designed to provide undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates with a unique opportunity to develop both hard and soft skills in a friendly, professional and multicultural environment. While scheduling is flexible, WCI requests that all interns commit to a minimum of 12 hours per week for at least 10 weeks.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and 1-2 page writing sample. Please note that our internships are located in our Global Headquarters Office in Philadelphia, USA. Our internships are unpaid positions.

Application materials or inquiries may be sent to Brynn@WomensCampaignInternational.org

NONPROFIT Management Internship

Nonprofit Management Interns will gain an intimate understanding of the various aspects of the management required to support an international NGO. NPM Interns will work closely with WCI’s Executive Manager to gain a broad understanding of NGO oversight, daily operations, partnership development, and financial management. Daily tasks and projects will include but are not limited to:

  • Office Logistics:  Maintain an updated filing system and organized environment for the office.
  • Financial Management: Assist with expense reports, bill payments, and budget upkeep. 
  • Networking & Partnership Development: Assist the President and Executive Director with tracking contacts and managing communication with new partners and donors through in-office meetings, conferences, and email communication. Interns will have opportunities to attend meetings and conference calls with executive staff and potential domestic and international partner organizations, private foundations, government agencies, and other key partners. 
  • Donor Development: Creating donor solicitations and appreciation materials such as appeal letters, annual reports, and thank you letters.
  • Communications: Developing print and online communications materials, including social media posts and newsletters.

Preferred skills, experience and interests include:

  • Interest in general management.
  • Excellent written, oral and visual communication skills. Interest or experience in donor communications, public relations, and/or marketing strongly preferred.
  • Strong organization skills, including ability to work independently, meet deadlines, and prioritize tasks.
  • Cultural awareness and sensitivity.
  • Interest in and knowledge of gender issues, international relations, international development and/or human rights.
  • Experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Drive, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Program Internship

Program Interns will have a unique opportunity to support international development programs from the initial grant proposal stage through implementation and final evaluation. Specific duties that projects interns will assist on or manage, include:

  • Grant Development: Seek out and identify possible funding opportunities, in both the public and private sectors.
  • Research: Conduct in-depth research on country-specific issues, potential partners, and current events.
  • Program Design: Support curriculum design for domestic and international grant applications.
  • Concept Development: Combine research and curriculum design into cohesive concept notes and grant applications.

Preferred skills, experience and interests include:

  • Strong research skills required.
  • Ability to identify and use personal judgment to determine possible funding opportunities.
  • Cultural awareness and sensitivity.
  • Interest in and knowledge of gender issues, international relations, international development and/or human rights.
  • Experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Drive, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

GALS program internship

GALS interns will focus their efforts on the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Girls' Advocacy and Leadership Series (GALS). Launched in 2009 in WCI’s home community of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the GALS program equips adolescent girls from low-income neighborhoods with leadership and communications skills, instilling the confidence to effect true social change in their lives and in their communities. Over the course of the six-to-eight week program, participants are trained through weekly workshops on public speaking, financial literacy, advocacy, safe dating, communication, and team building.

Specific duties and projects interns will assist on or manage, include:

  •  Donor Development and Fundraising: Assist in developing and executing overall donor solicitation strategy for GALS programs, including creating donor solicitations and appreciation materials such as appeal letters, reports, and regularly updated thank you letters.

  • Grant Writing: GALS Interns will be responsible for drafting concept notes, grant narratives, and program budgets for future GALS sessions.

  • Monitoring and Evaluation: Enhance existing monitoring and evaluation materials for GALS, as well as draft M&E reports for internal and external audiences.

  • Event Management and Implementation: Serve as a coach for a group of 4-5 girls, and assist in developing marketing materials for the GALS program.

    * GALS INTERNS MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR EVERY GALS SESSION. THE DAY AND TIME OF OUR SPRING GALS SESSION IS TBD.

Preferred skills, experience and interests include:

  • Previous experience or interest in working with youth (i.e. tutoring, mentoring, working as a camp counselor, etc.)

  • Familiarity with issues facing high school girls (primarily of color) in Philadelphia.

  • Must be comfortable talking to new people/groups, building relationships, and serving as a leader/mentor.

  • Interest in grant writing, donor relations, and/or general fundraising.

  • Excellent written, oral and visual communication skills.