National Center for Lesbian Rights

Stuart M. Biegel LGBTQ Public Education Campaign Internship

Jobs & Opportunities

Thanks to a generous grant from the Biegel Trust, NCLR is pleased to offer the Stuart M. Biegel LGBTQ Public Education Campaign Internship.  

The Stuart M. Biegel LGBTQ Public Education Campaign Internship funds an internship for an enrolled student or recent graduate from a graduate or professional program in education, information studies, public policy, public health law, journalism, communications, or any other relevant field to work at NCLR for 8 to 14 weeks, with a preference for students currently attending or recently graduated from the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. The intern(s) will work with NCLR’s Communications team to advance public education on legal and other issues affecting the LGBTQ community. NCLR accepts interns throughout the year, and both full-time and part-time interns are eligible for this internship. The current wage for NCLR clerks and interns is $16.07/hour.

Stuart M. Biegel was a distinguished academic and steadfast supporter of social justice, including LGBTQ rights. It is NCLR’s hope that these two internships will continue his legacy of advancing civil rights for all. More about his life, research, teaching, and advocacy.

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The National Center for Lesbian Rights affirmatively values diversity and seeks to hire staff that reflects the diversity of our communities. Transgender people, non-binary people, intersex people, people of color, formerly incarcerated people, and people with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply.NCLR provides reasonable accommodations for the application, interview, or any other aspect of the employee selection process to applicants with disabilities. Please e-mail to request an accommodation.

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