January 20, 2012 | By Eva Galperin

Work for EFF's Activism Team This Summer

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student who is interested in protecting civil liberties online and fighting for a free and open Internet? Do you have strong writing and research skills? Do you love delving into the latest issues in technology, privacy, intellectual property, and transparency? Apply for EFF’s Summer Activism Internship!

The Activism Intern will work closely with EFF’s activism team to create new campaigns, action alerts, and issue pages, research new issues in digital civil liberties, and update existing web pages on EFF’s sprawling website.

EFF is seeking candidates with the following qualifications:

  • Familiar with EFF’s core issues: privacy, transparency, intellectual property, and freedom of expression.
  • Available to work from June through August at EFF’s office in San Francisco, CA.
  • Have strong writing and research skills.
  • Comfortable updating blogs and social media. Experience maintaining a website preferred.

Candidates should email a cover letter and resume to eva@eff.org by February 17th. Please include 2-4 links to online writing samples. Replies will be sent by March 5th. This internship is an unpaid position.


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