Employment and Internships

Political and Legislative Organizer


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 begin during the Fall or Spring semesters and are also available in the Summer. There are no openings for 2019 at this time, however you are welcome to submit application documents that we will keep on file in the event an opening occurs.

To apply, please email resume, cover letter and writing samples to Chief of Staff, Chrissy Lynch: [email protected]. Please call 781-324-8230 with questions.