Come Intern at WATER!
Are you or someone you know interested in learning the ins and outs of a feminist nonprofit? We welcome you to the table—WATER is now accepting internship applications!
Summer 2019 Interns enjoying tea in the WATER office, left to right: Kennedy Thedford, Melissa Feito (Summer 2017), Claire Coker, Kali Lo-Ng, and Emily Neufeld in the WATER office in 2019.
For over 36 years, WATER has hosted and trained more than 85 interns. We offer an opportunity to learn how a small non-profit operates and see what it takes to empower and sustain a wide network of feminists and activists across the country and worldwide.
Here are just some of the opportunities WATER interns have:
- Program and event planning
- Assistance with writing and editing projects such as WATERtalks, WATERrituals, WATERcast, WATERwheel newsletters, journal and web articles, books, and presentations
- Non-profit fundraising
- WATER community outreach via phone, email, and listserv to our broad network of colleagues
- Hosting Visiting Scholars, ministers and guests
- Maintenance of social media platforms including the website, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and more
- Read and review the latest feminist books and films
- Attend social justice events and rallies in the DMV area
- Join or initiate conversations with prominent feminist scholars, activists, religious leaders, and more
Applications are accepted throughout the year, and interns are invited to come at any time. Click here for more information about the internship. Feel free to start filling out the WATER Intern App 2019 (PDF version) or WATER Intern App 2019 (Word doc). Contact the office with other questions at (301) 589-2509 or send an email to email@example.com.
We hope that you or a young feminist you know is interested in working with us at WATER!
Join Us for the 23rd Gathering of the Feminist Liberation Theologians’ Network!
Friday, November 22, 2019 4-6 PM at the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature Meeting
San Diego, California
The Feminist Liberation Theologians’ Network will bring feminist theological insights to bear on the urgent impact of climate change around the world. What is the role of religion in these human-made problems, and how can feminist resources be put to best use for solutions?
All are welcome.