Current Job Openings


Vote for Equality, the political arm of the Feminist Majority, is recruiting community college and university students, as well as recent grads, to be Campus Organizers and Coordinators for our student voter mobilization campaign. Our goal is to deliver a massive student vote to stop the backward trend on fundamental rights and move our country forward again on gender equality, abortion access, reproductive freedom, gun control, climate change, civil rights, and LGBTQ rights, all of which are under attack by the extreme right-wing that wants to take us back to 1950 — or in some cases, even 1864. Our very democracy is at stake.

Vote for Equality will be conducting student-led campaigns in Arizona, California, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. If you’re passionate about advocating for an equitable and just future, then WE NEED YOU to help make sure students’ voices are heard at the ballot box this November!  

The 2024 election could determine the direction of our country for decades. With tight races in the House, Senate, and Presidency, every vote matters. Some races could be decided by as few as a hundred votes. This November, we will be voting as if our lives depend on it

Campus Organizers (COs) will… 

  • work in teams on campus through Election Day; 
  • educate students about their right to register and vote where they attend school rather than their home address;
  • speak to classrooms, dorm meetings, student clubs and at campus events about what’s at stake in the election and the importance of the student vote; 
  • recruit volunteers and organize leafleting drives, chalking parties, and other visibility activities; and 
  • organize GOTV (Get Out the Vote) for Early Voting and through Election Day.

COs will start in September, and will be working through Election Day, for 5-15 hours per week, at $16 an hour. Applications for COs will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning in August and throughout the campaign.

Campus Coordinators (CCs) will…

  • recruit, hire and guide teams of organizers working on their campus through Election Day, 
  • work with allies on campuses to deliver a massive student vote; 
  • work with the administration to encourage student voting on campus;
  • train Campus Organizers and volunteers on voting requirements and regulations in the state; and 
  • organize events to encourage voter turnout during Early Voting and on Election Day.

CCs will start in August, and will be working through Election Day for 15-20 hours a week at $17-$20 an hour, depending on experience and size of campus. Applications for CCs will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning in June.

State Coordinators (SCs) will be responsible for recruiting and hiring Campus Coordinators and for overall campaign coordination in their state. SCs start August 1 and work through Election Day for 35-40 hours or more per week at $20-$25 an hour, depending on prior campaign experience. 


The ideal applicant is passionate about feminism, women’s rights, equality, and politics; is able to work independently and as part of a team; can inspire, recruit, and coordinate volunteers, and has exceptional written, oral communication, and social media skills. Prior experience in grassroots organizing, campus activism, or student government is a plus. 


If you would like to work in CA, NV, AZ, or WI, applicants should submit a cover letter describing activism and experience in leadership, resume (including GPA), and two references (including one from a professor or faculty member) to [email protected]

If you would like to work in MI, OH, PA, NC, or NY, applicants should send the same materials to [email protected]

Vote for Equality is the political arm of the Feminist Majority. The Feminist Majority ( is a national organization working for women’s equality from the streets to the legislature. The Feminist Majority is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity. People of color, ethnic or religious minorities, people with disabilities, LGBTQIA individuals, and other historically marginalized people are encouraged to apply.

Paid for by Vote for Equality, the political arm of the Feminist Majority,, and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.


The Feminist Majority seeks highly motivated undergraduate students with an interest in the public policy and political science, particularly in areas concerning gender, human rights and development. Interns must demonstrate a strong academic record and preferably have a background in the feminist movement and/or feminist issues.

The Feminist Majority, one of the nation’s leading feminist advocacy organizations, develops creative long-term strategies and permanent solutions for the pervasive social, political, and economic obstacles facing women.

Internships are available in our Washington, DC and Los Angeles offices. Interns work full or part-time during the spring and fall semesters, or full-time during the summer. Full-time interns work 35-40 hours a week, while part-time interns must commit at least 20 hours per week. Regular office hours are 9:30-6:00 but interns may tailor their hours to fit school and work schedules. All who are interested are encouraged to apply.

Interns are an essential part of the Feminist Majority offices. They perform a wide variety of responsibilities, including monitoring press conferences and coalition meetings, researching information, attending rallies, and organizing events. Each intern works closely with a staff member in order to learn from direct hands on experience and contribute to substantive projects.

Interns work in one or more of the following areas:

Feminization of Power

Create materials and conduct research on strategies to increase the number of women in decision-making positions in the government, both appointed and elected.

Public Policy Advocacy

Work closely with senior staff on Congressional hearings, legislation, and research on public policy issues.


Develop print and online materials for Feminist Majority legislative campaigns, assist in the development and writing of the Feminist Majority Report, develop and compose Feminist Majority email alerts on a wide variety of issues, and assist in updating Feminist Majority websites.

Ending Gender Apartheid

Work closely with our Director of the Afghan Women and Girls Campaign to conduct research, create content, and help build coalitions to end gender apartheid in Afghanistan.


Undergraduate feminist women and men in all majors are encouraged to apply. We prefer applicants who have experience working on women’s issues on campus and/or in their communities, or through a previous internship or job. The Feminist Majority is committed to diversity and encourages applications from people of color, people with disabilities, and math/science majors.


The Feminist Majority does not provide housing for interns but previous interns have found the following links helpful. Washington, DC Housing Options

Application Process

Email your resume, including GPA, cover letter and a writing sample of no more than 5 pages to the addresses listed below. Interns are accepted on a rolling basis 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.

Washington, DC Office
Internship Coordinator
Feminist Majority
1600 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington , VA 22209
phone: (703)522-2214
toll-free: 1-866-444-3652
fax: (703)522-2219
[email protected]
Los Angeles Office
Internship Coordinator
Feminist Majority
433 S. Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills , CA 90212
phone: (310) 556-2500
fax: (310) 556-2509
[email protected]

If you have further questions about our internship program, please contact the Feminist Majority.

Additional internships are available at our sister organization, Feminist Majority Foundation