Please Note: This internship is co-funded with the IOP, and applications will be accepted until February 5th at 5PM.
PAI champions policies that make it possible for women to exercise their reproductive rights and fights to remove the policy barriers between women and the care they need. We work with policymakers in Washington and our network partners in developing countries to advance women's reproductive rights. Learn more at: www.pai.org.
Please note that a specific project will be determined later in the spring, but the information below is based on previous internships with PAI’s primary healthcare initiative.
Anticipated duties may include:
- Drafting, proofreading, and editing correspondence and meeting materials
- Event planning and logistics
- Conducting background and project-based research, as needed
- Increasing familiarity with partnerships in support of global health and sustainable development
- Improving ability to write for diverse audiences
- Streamlining planning and coordinating of convenings and other events
- Managing competing priorities while maintaining high quality work
- An undergraduate 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