All Out is bringing people power to the movement for equality. By mobilising millions of people around the world at key moments of crisis and opportunity, we can shift policy and cultural norms. We petition world leaders and global organisations and use creative tactics – online and offline – to capture the attention of global media around the fight for equality.
We are looking for passionate and talented individuals who will support and learn from our team as we launch new campaigns around the world. The ideal candidate is thorough and detail driven, self-motivated and entrepreneurial, and passionate about love and equality around the world. They should also be able to work independently and think creatively, and be able to initiate and follow through on projects.
Interns are eligible for academic credit. Fluency in English, and great writing skills are required. Bonus if you speak and can write in Spanish, Portuguese or French.
We have multiple Campaigns Internships available. Our campaigns interns research breaking news on lesbian, gay, bi or trans issues around the world, contribute to strategy discussions on new and existing campaigns, and help curate our social media content.
Educational opportunities include:
- Opportunity to work with world-class campaigners in a global, fast-paced, tech-focused environment
- Learn how to run online campaigns, including social media advocacy, mass email writing, and other transferable marketing skills
- Learn how to execute press outreach, including writing press releases and pitching
- Opportunity to pitch and realize campaigns and special projects
- Develop team-working skills
New York City (USA) or Paris (France)
This is an unpaid position, maximum 2 months in France and 3-6 months in the USA. We can only accept candidates that have legal permission to work in these countries.
To apply, please send a brief cover note explaining your fit for the role and your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Intern” and your city/country. Please indicate where you learned of the position.
We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, specifically women, people of color, lesbian, gay, bi or trans people and international applicants.