Are you passionate about the college-to-career connection, workforce development, higher education and labor policy, and creating equitable learning experiences through paid internships across all sectors? If so, we want to hear from you! Apply here.
Are you interested in state government? Do you have ties to California, and are interested in making a difference for the interns of the state? Come join POI as a California Fellow, as we start working on our next phase. We’re looking for someone to help us build out a plan to ensure CA Legislature interns are paid. Apply here: https://lnkd.in/eh-yfveE
Today, Pay Our Interns sent a letter to key Senators, calling for funding for State Department Interns to be included in Fiscal Year 2022 Appropriations bills. This request comes on the heels of support for the funding from the House, and recommendations made by Congress’s 2017 Commission on Military, National, and Public Service, which released a 2020 report recommending all federal government interns be paid to “expand the socioeconomic diversity of interested applicants
Instead of a how-to post this Friday, we call on YOUR support to ensure the Senate funds internships for White House and State Department interns. Earlier in 2021, Pay Our Interns partnered with members of Congress to include funding to pay interns at the White House and the State Department in Congressional spending. But when the Senate released its budget, the funding was no longer in the spending bill. We
Pay Our Interns Launching New Push for Paid Internships to Be Included in Upcoming Federal Budget and Advance Goal of Attracting Talent to Public Service
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Tuesday, October 19th Contact: Jess Huang, Jess@payourinterns.org, (949) 438-3563 Pay Our Interns Launching New Push for Paid Internships to Be Included in Upcoming Federal Budget and Advance Goal of Attracting Talent to Public Service WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Pay Our Interns (POI) announced a major new push for paid federal internships to be included in the upcoming Fiscal Year 2022 federal budget. The effort is supported by
ICYMI: Pay Our Interns is hiring a legislative fellow to work with our Federal Affairs Manager. If you’re: Interested in legislation and public policy, Eager to hone your research skills, Ready to practice your skills with talking to Members of Congress/working on the Hill Start here: https://payourinternsnow.typeform.com/to/Efw9NOr7
Happy Friday! We’re looking for a Communications Fellow interested in developing their digital background, including expanding on creating on social media content and working on developing media pitches. You’d work with the Communications Manager in support of POI’s goals, and developing your own communication skills! To apply, please visit the application form.
It’s that time again! This Friday, we’re sharing a short guide on how to write an intern resume. Click through to get some tips on how to secure that fall internship:
Business Insider: AOC joins Cárdenas and other top lawmakers in calling on Biden’s Labor Department to revolutionize oversight of unpaid internships
…Congressional leaders from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Rep. Ayanna Pressley signed on to a letter organized by Rep. Tony Cárdenas of California and activist group Pay Our Interns. The letter calls on the DOL to enact more reporting requirements around unpaid internships and track them, as well as collect data on intern pay. It’s a push to both create greater equity by curbing unpaid positions, and to understand the role that unpaid
On Wednesday, September 29th, POLITICO’s Huddle covered POI’s joint letter with Rep. Cárdenas and 36 members of Congress. To learn more, see our press release.