Paid LGBT Internships for Post-Graduates and Undergraduates
Location: Los Angeles, CA
The R. Scott Hitt Foundation is offering funding for qualified candidates with the vision to be future leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) movement. Applicants do not need to identify as LGBT in order to apply.
The pro-LGBT sponsoring organization that you choose to apply with will receive funding to compensate your internship position while you strengthen your resume and gain valuable skills towards becoming a leader of the future.
The Scott Hitt Internship in Leadership Development
Application Deadline: May 13, 2011
Post-graduate students with strong academic record
7-9 months, 40 hour week - $20,000 Grant
Location: An established 501(c)3 nonprofit with a commitment to the advancement of LGBT equality
The applicant contacts the host organization which they want to work with and co-develops a successful curriculum encompassing these key elements: communications, fundraising, board development and grassroots policy.
The A.N.G.L.E. Southern California Internship
Application Deadline: April 15, 2011
Current undergraduate students with strong academic record
8 weeks, 40 hour week - $5000 Grant to sponsoring 501(c)3
Location: An established 501(c)3 nonprofit in Southern California with a commitment to the advancement of LGBT equality
The applicant contacts the host organization which they want to work with and co-develops a successful curriculum encompassing key elements of non-profit operations and program development.
Named for the nonprofit ANGLE (Access Now for Gay & Lesbian Equality) which inspired and provided the funding for these internships.
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