Operations & Program Intern
Women’s March Oakland (WMO) seeks an operations and program intern to coordinate team operations, help execute programs, and work on special projects and events. This is a great opportunity to fight for gender justice while learning the ins and outs of a local grassroots women’s organization. Like all WMO roles, this is an unpaid volunteer position.
Coordinate and streamline team operations (organize meetings, track to-dos, manage and build team knowledge base, create and revise internal processes)
Support WMO directors with project management and administrative tasks
Help execute flagship programs including activist trainings, gender justice conference, voting/census campaign and annual march
Undertake special projects (marketing, fundraising, etc.) and events as needed
Commitment to building a more equitable East Bay for self-identified women and other marginalized populations
Excellent writing, research and critical thinking skills
Good judgment, hustle and resourcefulness
Exceptional organizational skills, time management, and attention to detail
Leadership experience in small nonprofit, student organization, etc. a plus
Unpaid remote volunteer position (with occasional in-person meetings, work sessions and events on nights and weekends)
Expected time commitment is 5 hours/week, with more leading up to larger events
Please submit a resume and short statement (100 words or less) describing your interest in this volunteer position to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Women’s March Oakland
Women’s March Oakland envisions an East Bay free from systems of oppression and rooted in inclusive structures guided by autonomy, dignity and respect for all self-identified women and other vulnerable populations.
WMO is a women-led movement providing intersectional education on a diverse range of issues and creating entry points for new grassroots activists and organizers to engage in their local East Bay communities.