NSRH Job Openings

Membership Internship

Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health (NSRH) provides students, nurses and midwives with education and resources to become skilled care providers and social change agents in sexual and reproductive health and justice. We are a virtual organization with a small but mighty team that consists of an Engagement and Advocacy Director based in Arizona, a Professional Development Director based in Georgia, an Operations Manager based in our home office in Minnesota, and the Executive Director based in Illinois. Our Board of Directors is comprised of nursing and medical practitioners, researchers, and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) advocates from around the US. 

The Membership Intern will provide critical operational support to the Program Directors. This is an exciting opportunity to hone skills in writing, content creation, stakeholder communications, and data analysis as they relate to membership organizations. This internship will enhance your engagement skills and increase your understanding of how digital communications can advance sexual and reproductive rights and social justice. The Program Directors will provide primary oversight and mentorship for this role. 

What You’ll Do:

  • Membership communications: Support the monthly membership newsletter to our growing network of nursing students, nursing professionals, and SRH advocates with content creation and development, member spotlights, and data analysis.
  • Website support: upload resources, update and edit content as needed.
  • Engage with members to support the NSRH blog.
  • Administrative Support: organize and update digital archive of files (primarily on Google Drive).
  • Help with various operational activities as necessary.

 Who You Are:

To be successful in this position, you:

  • Are a current college/university student or recent graduate with dedication to sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice and an interest in learning about the operations of a non-profit advocacy organization. Graduate level students are encouraged to apply.
  • A creative storyteller with strong experience in long and short form writing; journalism experience is a plus.
  • Are a strong communicator (verbal and written). Most of your interactions will be via phone or email so strong engagement skills are imperative.
  • Are an excellent research and data interpretation (qualitative and quantitative experience).
  • Are familiar with Microsoft Office Suite (specifically Word and Excel) and Google Suite.
  • Support and show enthusiasm for NSRH’s mission to support and expand the full range of sexual and reproductive rights and health care options for people, including abortion, birth control, sex education, bearing healthy children, and adoption. Knowledge of current sexual and reproductive rights issues and experience with pro-choice or reproductive justice activism is preferred.
  • Are creative, self-directed, and entrepreneurial. This role has limited in-person supervision.
  • Have strong attention to detail, organizational skills, and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Have access to a reliable internet connection and be based somewhere in the US.

 What else you should know:

  • Stipend: A stipend of $400 per month will be paid to the Intern so long as they successfully fulfill the assigned responsibilities. The Intern will be paid on the last day of each month.
  • Duration: This position will run from January 11, 2021 through May 31, 2021.
  • Time Commitment: The Program Directors and Intern will work together to create a schedule with no more than 10 hours per week. Some flexibility in scheduling will be permitted so long as the intern completes the assigned tasks within the given timeframes.
  • Meetings: There will be a required check-in meeting each week with the Program Directors, except for major holidays.
  • This position is completely remote.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a writing sample (blog post, op-ed, etc.) to [email protected] Applications will be accepted until December 9, 2020. Applicants should expect to be available December 14-18, 2020 if called for a video interview. 

NSRH is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. Our goal is to cultivate a diverse organization that is representative, at all job levels, of the communities that Nurses serve. We welcome applications from members of historically marginalized groups. 

“NSRH has turned me into an activist and a leader.”