Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota

Unpaid, 6-10 hours per week

This internship provides an opportunity to shape public policy which affects individuals with barriers to employment and self-sufficiency. Will assist with strategic organizing, monitoring legislation and coordinating grassroots advocacy activity with program participants. The position will focus on the 2010 Minnesota Legislative Session (Feb – May) with a requirement of 6-10 hours per week. Specific duties may include writing policy briefs, creating issue updates for constituent visits, and coordinating advocacy and outreach efforts with program participants. This Internship will also assist with education outreach efforts regarding the 2010 Census and voter education/engagement.
Minimum requirements: Open to students who are currently seeking academic credit for a related internship. Looking for student pursuing a degree in political science, sociology, public policy or related field. Must be a self starter and have the ability to work independently. Previous experience with or knowledge of the legislative process and/or grassroots advocacy preferred.  

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