SY 19-20 WLA Internship Registration Form (Responses)
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Organization# of InternsA student interested in the following should consider applying to this Internship...Please provide a job description/outline of expectations for the Internship.WebsiteAddressPrimary Point-of-Contact NamePrimary Point-of-Contact EmailPrimary Point-of-Contact PhonePlease indicate what, if any, paperwork/on-boarding procedures students will be required to complete BEFORE THEY BEGIN INTERNSHIPFriday Start Time
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ONE DC2Social media, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Community organizingONE DC is seeking a creative and dynamic individual with a genuine interest in learning about and getting on-the-ground experience with community organizing. Interns can expect to:
1. Support organizing strategy for the People's Platform, Right to Housing and/or Black Workers Center campaigns while collaborating with DC residents and workers, ONE DC staff, and ONE DC members
2. Recruit and develop relationships with ONE DC members by conducting outreach via phone banking, one-on-one visits, and neighborhood door-knocking.
3. Assist in the planning and implementation of ONE DC organizational events.
4. Support leadership development of ONE DC members, DC residents and workers.
5. Perform organizing campaign related administrative tasks, such as updating the Nation Builder database, ONE DC website, or social media as needed.
6. Research topics and legislation related to housing or work-related issues.
onedconline.org614 S St NWClaire Cookccook@onedconline.org502-827-47049None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.11am
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Young Ladies of Tomorrow3Social media, Community organizing, Law/criminal justice, administrativeAdministrative duties such as filing, answering calls, updating attendance, organizing files and materials, assisting in updating calendar. www.youngladiesoftomorrow.org128 M St NW
Ste 320
Eskayra Paganassistant2@youngladiesoftomorrow.org202-332-7184None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.10am
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Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie's Office1Research, Law/criminal justice, Entrepreneurship, BusinessTBDhttps://kenyanmcduffieward5.com1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, DCBrian McClurebmcclure@dccouncil.us202-374-4221Provide a government issued photo ID, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature9am
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LearnServe International1Social media, Computer science, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Research, Community organizing, Entrepreneurship, Businessn/alearn-serve.org 641 S Street NWLauren Jordanlauren@learn-serve.org248-890-6234Have their photo taken10am
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College Bound2Social media, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Research, Community organizing, College readinessCollege prep interncollegebound.org128 M Street, NW, Suite 220, Washington, DC 20001Kenneth Wardkenneth@collegebound.org202-842-0858Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature9:30am
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Break the Cycle1Law/criminal justiceInterns will assist with administrative office work and receive training on the legal and outreach work that we do at our organization.breakthecycle.orgP.O. Box 66165, Washington, DC 20035Tamiaya J. Mosesly, Esq.tmosesly@breakthecycle.org202-849-6289Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature10am
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Bright Beginnings3Social media, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Research, Community organizing, Health/nutrition/medicine, Workforce Development The students will have the opportunity to work in the classroom with children or work with our adult education program and workforce development.bbidc.org3418 4th street SE Washington DCArthur Darbyadarby@bbidc.org240-603-3795Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature9am
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FOCUS1Research, Education, Advocacy/Policy, Data, CommunicationsSupport FOCUS's work in advocacy and school quality by helping with First Fridays school tours, supporting workshop and event logistics and evaluations, doing online research projects related to data and communications, and other work as assigned.www.focusdc.org1436 U St NW, Suite 204Vanessa Arwavarwa@focusdc.org2023870405None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.9am
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Capitol Hill Village1Social media, Computer science, Research, Community organizingInterns at Capitol Hill Village primarily provide one on one tech support for our seniors. If possible we like to send interns out into the community and visit the seniors at their homes. capitolhillvillage.org725 8th St SEMeghan Wrinklemwrinkle@capitolhillvillage.org2025431778Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature9:30am
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Kid Power, Inc.6EducationInterns will help provide staff support in elementary after-school classrooms from 3:00 - 6:00 PM.www.kidpowerdc.org755 8th Street NWCurtis Leitchcurtis@kidpowerdc.org202-383-4543Complete paperwork requiring a school signature12pm
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Planned Parenthood Federation of America1Community organizingAdmin and project management support like:
Scheduling meetings for the Program Managers and Raiz Associate Director,
Creating and organizing electronic folders in G Drive,
Logging reimbursements for managers, and booking travel for managers.
Students will work with teams focused on organizing and advocacy in the Latino and African American communities.
PPFA.org1110 Vermont Ave, NWJoseAlfarojose.alfaro@ppfa.org2028056865Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide their birth certificate, Provide a student work permit, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature9:30am
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The Fishing School2Social media, Community organizing, Business, early childhood education, operationscomputer literate, answering calls, filing, planningwww.fishingschool.org4737 Meade Street NEAmber Johnsonamjohnson@fishingschool.org2023993618Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card9:30am
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Ronald Mcdonald House Charity DC1Community organizing, Health/nutrition/medicineHelp with administrative tasks and or house chores as needed. https://rmhcdc.org/3727 14th street ne Washington DC, 20017Emma Ravdinemma@rmhcdc.org2024242707None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.9:30am
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SMYAL2Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Research, Community organizing, Leadership development + skill buildingInterns would assist SMYAL's Community Engagement and Youth Leadership Manager develop and run 1-2 workshops on a topic of their choice for SMYAL's evening youth drop-in programs. Interns would also learn what it takes to manage the day-to-day tasks at a youth-serving non-profit. SMYAL is an organization that supports and empowers LGBTQ+ youth, ages 6-24 in DC, MD, and VA. www.smyal.org410 7th St. SE, Washington DC, 20003Rebecca Yorkrebecca.york@smyal.org202-567-3165Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature11:30am
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National Park Service /White House Visitor Center3Social media, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Research, HistoryIntern will work in the White House Visitor Center, tour lines answering visitor questions and give dirctions to visitors on how to visit Washington DCnps.gov/whhoPresident's Park
1100 Ohio Drive, NW 20230
Monamma AL-Ghuiyymonamma_al-ghuiyy@nps.gov202.208.1637volunteer paperwork8:30am
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Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs2Social media, Computer science, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Community organizingCommunications Intern
The Communications Department is seeking a junior/senior undergraduate or graduate student to work closely with the Public Informational Officer (PIO) in communicating between the Executive Office of the Mayor, DC government agencies, the Latino community, and other stakeholders, as the voice of MOLA. Interns will be asked to attend community events with the Executive Director and PIO to capture multimedia materials, provide assistance, and then produce written and media pieces about these events. Interns with a major in Communications and/or Journalism and skills in website design and development, photo and video editing, and social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo) are preferred.

Outreach Intern
The Outreach Department is seeking a high school, undergraduate or graduate student intern, to work closely with the outreach team on projects and activities targeting and interacting with the DC Latino population.
Interns may also be asked to accompany staff members on site visits and handle administrative tasks pertaining to completed projects.
mola.dc.gov2000 14th ST NE
Suite 206
Camilo ManjarresCamilo.Manjarres@dc.gov202.714.4769None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.10am
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Citizens' Climate Lobby - DC Chapter
2Social media, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Community organizing, ScienceOur mission is to build political momentum for climate action and to empower individuals to have an impact on the political process. We are looking for an intern who is interested in being a youth leader in the climate movement. This would involve networking with and supporting youth climate networks such as Fridays for Future, Youth Climate Strike, and Zero Hour. Interns have an opportunity to take part in community organizing for climate action, learn advocacy skills to influence decision-makers, and build relationships with other organizations. We work with interns to tailor projects of interest such as presenting to other schools about climate change, building support from businesses, or doing community outreach to raise awareness.
https://citizensclimatelobby.org/chapters/DC_Washington/
We do not have a brick-and-mortar address. We can work with the intern to arrange a setup that works.
Max Broadmaxebroad@gmail.com15103434593
None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.
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Office of the State Superintendent of Education
1Social media, Science, MathThe intern will primarily support the STEM specialist in planning for the DC Elementary and Secondary STEM Fairs. This includes outreach and communications to schools/LEA to drum up interest for the event, coordinating with vendors for the STEM workshops which take place during Fair, data entry for STEM Fair participants, sending correspondence emails to volunteers, parents, and judges. If possible, the intern will also attend both fairs to provide event support on the day of the STEM Fairs.https://osse.dc.gov
1050 First St NE Washington, DC 20002 5th floor
Andria Barbeeandria.barbee@dc.gov2027415082
Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide their birth certificate, Have their photo taken, The intern will need to go to DCHR to complete onboarding to receive an ID.
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Total Family Care Coalition
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Community organizing, Health/nutrition/medicine
The job description is a supportive role. The person can answer phones, will learn about mental health resources and substance recovery services.
totalfamilycarecoalition.org
1214 I St SE
#11, Washington, D.C. 20003
Gail AventTotalfamilycarecoalition@gmail.com2027478878
Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature
10am
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ROC-DC2
Social media, Creative arts (photography, painting, graphic design, etc.), Community organizing, Law/criminal justice, Workplace Justice, Know Your RIghts Info
Students will be expected to support the outreach and organizing needs of the organization. In addition, other responsibilities may include collaborating on other tasks with staff like social media management, creating graphics, administrative tasks, etc.
www.rocunited.org1100 Florida Ave NWCandace Cunninghamcandace@rocunited.org2028120391
Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature
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