League of United Latin American Citizens Internships
Internships are available across many disciplines. Programs offering internships include youth programs, education programs, policy and legislation, health programs, communications, special events, resource development, immigration reform, LGBT advocacy, community mobilization, civic engagement, and federal relations. Summer internships give college students real-world experience within a global non-profit organization.
Applicants must have a strong academic record, good communication skills, and knowledge of the Latino community and current issues. Applicants are not required to speak Spanish; they should be fluent in English. To apply, candidates should send a resume, writing sample, unofficial transcript, and cover letter expressing what area they are interested in and when they will be available (summer, fall, winter, spring).
The League of United Latin American Citizens is the nation's oldest and largest Latino grassroots civil rights organization. The organization was founded in 1929 and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. They have 115,000 members across the country.
The location is usually in WASHINGTON D.C.