Internship opportunity 

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.

Responsibilities:

  • 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

Qualifications:

  • 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

Other information:

  • 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

To apply:

Please submit a resume and short statement (100 words or less) describing your interest in this volunteer position to contact@womensmarchoakland.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.