Opportunities always exist with Georgia WAND - GET INVOLVED!
Event Support: We have many events through out the year - Real State of the Union, Mother’s Day for Peace, Membership Party, etc –and we could use your help with our annual events, monthly programs and others educational event orograms.
Become a Member: What better support that helping us grow our numbers and strengthen our voice as well as our voting power. You can join us online or call our office. Welcome to Georgia WAND!
Join a Committee: Whatever you're interested in, there's a way to get involved. Join the Nuclear Committee, Program Committee, Fundraising Committee, Membership Committee and more.
Help Out at the Office: Got a few hours during the week and want to help out? Come on down!
Join our Email List: Stay tuned in to what’s happening with your favorite organization. You can join us online or call our office.
Georgia WAND office: (404) 524-5999
250 Georgia Ave. SE Ste. 202
Atlanta, GA. 30312
Internship with Georgia WAND
Internship with Georgia WAND
This internship is a great opportunity to see at the basic level how one participates and fortifies the progressive movement, as well as the function of a local organization. Intern will be brought in on decisions in the office as, Atlanta WAND is a grassroots organization. Work environment is relaxed and friendly, and the hours are flexible to accommodate course work, although we ask that an intern be able to give from 15 to 20 hours per week during the semester. Candidates for the internship mush have, most importantly, a positive attitude that actions at a grassroots level can create change in the community and in policy of the local and national government. Candidates should be interested in politics, both local and national, community development, grassroots organizing, activism and environmental issues, specifically nuclear. Students should possess excellent writing and communication skills, be self-starters and be able to work independently. Position is a introduction to non-profit work , but as a small organization cannot offer a stipend, so candidates must believe in the mission and recognize the work for its inherent educational and community benefits.
• Assists the Program Coordinator with office management tasks, organization and project completion.
• Keeps records of current events from local news sources that are relevant to WAND’s mission.
• Updates online database and website maintenance.
• Option to travel with office to provide support and information in meetings, public hearings and educational conferences.
• Involved regularly in construction of signs and dispersion of material at actions, in the office and in the field.
• Must be available for a variety of changing and developing tasks in the office.
Interested candidates should send:
* Writing sample
Please send information to Georgia WAND at firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadlines: Call for details: (404) 524-5999