The Feminist Majority Foundation is the proud publisher of Ms. magazine and sister organization to The Feminist Majority. As jobs are posted on the site, they’ll be tagged FMF / FM / Ms.

East Coast

Jobs at the Feminist Majority Foundation: Arlington, VA

National Campus Organizer

The Feminist Majority Foundation is seeking a highly motivated and passionate recent college graduate (1-3 years out of college) or graduating college student to organize on colleges and universities across the country, with a special focus on historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), as a National Campus Organizer for FMF’s Feminist Campus Program.

Assistant to the President

Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF)/Feminist Majority (FM) is seeking a highly motivated person with knowledge of and passion for feminist issues for the position of Assistant to the President.

Internships (Spring / Fall / Summer)

The Feminist Majority Foundation works to achieve women’s social, political, and economic equality around the world; our interns are essential.

Interns perform a wide variety of responsibilities, including monitoring press conferences, research, web and social media outreach and writing, event and community organizing, public policy analysis, organizational networking, media relations, and monitoring Congressional hearings. Each intern works closely with a staff member in order to learn directly from hands on experience and to contribute to substantive projects. All who are interested are encouraged to apply.

Interns in our Washington, DC office have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:

  • Choices Feminist Campus Leadership Program Work with FMF’s campus staff to launch pro-choice student groups on college campuses nationwide and conduct outreach to global women’s studies programs. Work on current campus initiatives including: Campaign to Expose Fake Clinics, Global Women’s and Reproductive Rights Campaign, Young Women’s Leadership Conferences, and our Gender Equity in Education Campaign.
  • Education Equity Program Work on new efforts to save Title IX, contribute to a national network to help educators increase gender equity, and develop new FMF gender equity materials.
  • Girls Learn International Work with FMF’s Girls Learn International program staff to launch GLI Chapters at high schools and middle schools in the U.S. and to identify new Partner Schools abroad. Conduct research and help develop new human rights based curriculum for the program.
  • Global Health and Rights Help research and mobilize a feminist constituency on US foreign policy including international family planning,violence against women, sweatshops, peace and the environment.
  • Government Relations Work closely with FMF’s Government relations director. Monitor congressional activity, research legislation, and attend committee meetings on the Hill.
  • Media Team Contribute stories to the Feminist Daily Newswire, research media contacts and strategy, and develop press materials.
  • National Clinic Access Project Be a part of the nation’s largest and oldest clinic defense team. Research and collect data on anti-abortion violence directed at health care workers and patients; monitor anti-abortion websites and literature.
  • Web & Communications Team Be a part of an award-winning web team. Plan, organize, and market FMF’s website; research potential partnerships with other websites, participate in online discussions of feminist topics; learn marketable skills in DreamWeaver and Fireworks, and contribute new content to FMF sites. No prior web experience necessary.

To apply, please complete the online DC internship application where you will upload your resume, cover letter, and brief writing sample. Applications received via email will not be accepted. Interns are accepted for the following periods: Summer (June to August), Fall (September to December), and Spring (January to May). Please specify the internship area in which you would prefer to work in your application packet.

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Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the slots for each session are filled.  If you have any questions or concerns about your application, please contact the Internship Coordinator at internship@feminist.org or call 703-522-2214.

 

West Coast

Jobs at the Feminist Majority Foundation: Beverly Hills, CA

Internships (Spring / Fall / Summer)

The Feminist Majority Foundation works to achieve women’s social, political, and economic equality around the world; our interns are essential.

Interns perform a wide variety of responsibilities, including monitoring press conferences, research, web and social media outreach and writing, event and community organizing, public policy analysis, organizational networking, and media relations. Each intern works closely with a staff member in order to learn directly from hands on experience and to contribute to substantive projects. All who are interested are encouraged to apply.

Interns in our Washington, DC office have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:

  • Choices Feminist Campus Leadership Program Work with FMF’s campus staff to launch pro-choice student groups on college campuses nationwide and conduct outreach to global women’s studies programs. Work on current campus initiatives including: Get out HER Vote Campaigns, Campaign to Expose Fake Clinics, Global Women’s and Reproductive Rights Campaign, and National Clinic Access Project.
  • Girls Learn International Work with FMF’s Girls Learn International program staff to launch GLI Chapters at high schools and middle schools in the U.S. and to identify new Partner Schools abroad. Conduct research and help develop new human rights based curriculum for the program.
  • Global Health and Rights Help research and mobilize a feminist constituency on US foreign policy including international family planning,violence against women, sweatshops, peace and the environment.
  • Media Team Contribute stories to the Feminist Daily Newswire, research media contacts and strategy, and develop press materials.
  • National Clinic Access Project Be a part of the nation’s largest and oldest clinic defense team. Research and collect data on anti-abortion violence directed at health care workers and patients; monitor anti-abortion websites and literature.

To apply, email your resume (including GPA), cover letter, and a writing sample of no more than 3 pages to micheles@feminist.org.  Interns are accepted for the following periods: Summer (June to August), Fall (September to December), and Spring (January to May). Please specify the internship area in which you would prefer to work in your application packet.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the slots for each session are filled. You can call 310-556-2500 with any questions.

Jobs at Ms. Magazine: Beverly Hills, CA

We’re looking for bright, energetic, resourceful people to come on board as Ms. interns! Our internship program is open to highly motivated undergraduates, recent graduates and graduate students. Work with the editorial or staff in Los Angeles and gain experience in magazine marketing, advertising, writing, researching and other areas of publication—and new feminist perspectives. Applicants with background in both journalism and feminist activism will be given priority. Applications are processed on a rolling basis. We have fall, spring, summer, and winter internships; please specify your availability. Intern applicants from outside the United States are welcome but if accepted, are responsible for obtaining the documentation necessary for their entry into the United States.

Ms. Editorial Internship

Editorial Interns will work closely with our editors on print magazine and digital content production—including fact-checking pieces, contributing to different sections of the print magazine and writing regularly for the Ms. blog. This is a great opportunity to learn how a non-profit magazine operates and build a portfolio as a writer. Applicants should be excellent writers with strong research skills.

TO APPLY:

E-mail internships@msmagazine.com with the following:

+ A cover letter and resume. Please include a GPA on your resume or also attach an official or unofficial transcript.

+ Two references and/or letters of recommendation. Letters may be submitted separately to the same email address.

+ At least two journalistic / non-academic writing samples. Writing samples should not exceed 2,000 words. It is preferred that they are sent as attachments, not links.

+ Three pitches you feel would be a good fit for the Ms. blog. Please describe each pitch in a short paragraph.

Ms. Social Media Internship

Social media interns will work closely with our digital editor to craft and implement strategies for social media management, digital promotions and online community-building projects—and have the opportunity to share some of the print magazine production responsibilities described above and contribute to the Ms. blog. This is a great, hands-on opportunity to learn how to leverage social media to create social change and gain insight into how social media shapes digital publishing—as well as a chance to grow your own social media bonafides. Applicants should be well-versed in using a variety of social media platforms and work well under pressure and at a fast pace.

TO APPLY:

E-mail internships@msmagazine.com with the following:

+ A cover letter and resume. Please include a GPA on your resume or also attach an official or unofficial transcript.

+ Two references and/or letters of recommendation. Letters may be submitted separately to the same email address.

+ At least one journalistic / non-academic writing sample. Writing samples should not exceed 2,000 words. It is preferred that they are sent as attachments, not links.

+ Links to social media work samples. Show off! Send links to accounts you’ve managed, hashtags you launched or even social media shareable graphics you designed. Please include your personal accounts as well.

+ Three social media suggestions for Ms. For each, please describe in a short paragraph a new approach or a change to our own social media work that you would suggest to our team.