Ohio Right to Life Internship Opportunities
Ohio Right to Life has four unique opportunities for college students to intern with our organization and support our mission in promoting and defending life across the state. These opportunities exist within the Legislative, External Affairs and Communications departments. Each intern will get an inside look into how Ohio Right to Life works and will also have a chance to use their background and skills to assist on various projects within their specific departments.
Each intern may work up to 20 hours per week, must be enrolled in a college or university and can receive college credit for their work*. There are also opportunities to receive compensation for work. Internships will last the length of a summer, semester, or quarter (depending on your school) and may be renewed, upon review, at the end of the term. Most internships are unpaid, but interns will gain rewarding experience specific to their major, that will encompass more than 50% of their time during the internship. Administrative duties will encompass the remaining amount of the intern's work hours.
Students who are interested in an internship should write a cover letter/email, and submit their resume to the designated point of contact for each position. Specific internship descriptions and application instructions can be found in the links on the left column of this web page. Students should also indicate why they are interested in this opportunity, why they make a good candidate and what quarter/semester they are available. The specific internship students are applying for should also be indicated in the email’s subject line.
For general questions regarding the Ohio Right to Life internship program, please contact Katie Franklin by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (614) 547-0099 ext. 304.
*College credit will be determined by the intern's specific school requirements. We are happy to fill out any necessary paperwork so an intern can receive college credit, but it is up to the intern to inform us of any school requirements and provide the necessary paperwork.