Employment and Internships

Job Postings
Legislative Director: 
The Legislative Director is responsible for managing and creating the overall state and local policy agenda and a unified campaign around it; working with affiliates to plan and draft legislation and regulations; managing ongoing and ad hoc legislative task forces and subcommittees; monitoring state bills that impact working people in Massachusetts. Find more information about the role and how to apply here

Communications & Organizing Coordinator: The Massachusetts AFL-CIO Communications and Organizing Coordinator helps to carry out the statewide communications and organizing program that amplifies our political and legislative priorities, and connects them to and supports the work of eleven Central Labor Bodies across the Commonwealth, as well as the work of hundreds of local union affiliates achieving their strategic goals. This position provides support to the President, Chief of Staff, Legislative Director and Political Director, but works with the entire staff and affiliates. Find more information about the role and how to apply here

Internships
Interns assist in many areas of the organization: political activity, legislative advocacy, media and communications, and administration. Interns work directly with staff and become an integral part of the team while learning about the Massachusetts labor movement and state politics. Interns should be enrolled in undergraduate or graduate study and interested in the Labor Movement, organizing, legislative advocacy and/or politics. Paid internships and college credit are available depending on school policy. Internships start on a rolling basis with a 5-6 month minimum commitment.

There are no internship openings for spring or summer 2021 at this time.