PAI champions policies that put women in charge of their reproductive health. We work with policymakers in Washington and our network of partners in developing countries to remove roadblocks between women and the services and supplies they need. For 50 years, we’ve helped women succeed by upholding their basic rights.
Location - 1300 19th Street, NW Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036-1624 USA
PAI is seeking an intern for a global health initiative to increase recognition and support for primary health care by civil society advocates, governments, donors, and other international development partners.
This internship will focus on providing general support for the Primary Health Care Initiative. This internship is ideal for someone looking to deepen experience and expertise in global and country-level advocacy, strategic partnerships, and thought leadership.
The internship will last about 8-12 weeks with the possibility to extend.
Interns work approximately 15-20 hours per week and will receive a small stipend.
If you are interested in earning credit for this internship for credit, please indicate specific requirements of your program, including number of hours.
Drafting, proofreading and editing correspondence and meeting materials
Event planning and logistics
Conducting background and project-based research, as needed
A undergraduate or graduate student focused on international development/affairs, women’s empowerment, reproductive health and/or non-profit management
An interest in global health and development, governance and accountability
Attention to detail, strong organizational skills and great research skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Increase familiarity with partnerships in support of global health and sustainable development
Improve ability to write for diverse audiences
Streamline planning and coordinating of convenings and other events
Manage competing priorities while maintaining high quality work
How to Apply
Please submit your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Deadline - 15 January 2016