We’re always looking for proactive, driven individuals with warm characters and exceptional integrity to join our face-paced, collaborative team.
Each spring, summer and fall we look for 3 -5 interns to join our team for 10 – 15 weeks full-time (32 – 40 hours a week) for an intensive first-hand look into what it takes to operate and work in a small nonprofit going through substantial growth. Positions include:
Don’t have enough time to intern with us? Volunteer! It’s a great way to gain experience and contribute to the success of Mobilize.org while empowering and investing in the Millennial Generation. Learn more here!
Opportunities are not limited to the confines of our DC office either! Share your Millennial perspective by contributing to our Millennial Report Blog. Learn more here.
Mary Kate is a rising sophomore from the College of William and Mary and a potential Film and Media Studies major and Marketing minor. Originally from Lewisburg, West Virginia, she moved to Falls Church, VA last fall and is still adjusting to life in Northern Virginia. She is passionate about all things media and is eager to explore a variety of media outlets, from social media to print and television. She produces and anchors a show for William and Mary’s TV station and serves on their executive board. She also writes for Her Campus, works on student development, and is a member of the Chi Omega sorority. Mary Kate is incredibly excited to be a part of the Mobilize.org team for the summer and is falling in love with D.C. by the minute.
Morgan Stuart is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer who is seeking opportunities in the international development field. She is originally from the great state of New Hampshire, but did her undergraduate in Business Administration at Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania. After graduating she attended Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey and is still studying for her master of Public Administration. To complete her degree at Rutgers, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Azerbaijan for 33 months as a Community Economic Development volunteer. While there she worked with a local NGO to increase the number and quality of youth programs it offers, with youth to develop their life skills, with a refugee community to establish a computer room that improved their school’s computer classes, and with host country nationals and other Peace Corps Volunteers to organize and implement a girl’s summer leadership camp. She has developed a passion for working in community development and is excited to be working with and learning from the Mobilize.org team.