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Hi all,

Remote and In Person Internships Available. Make a Difference this Spring!

Sign up to find out more about the Student PIRGs remote and in-person internships.

The Student PIRGs are an organization that trains students to run strategic campaigns to protect the environment, make college more affordable, and promote civic engagement. We have remote internships where students can learn valuable organizing and activist skills to make a difference on issues that they care about. Learn more about our internships here.

Colleges and Universities offer great classes to learn about all of these problems, and the impacts they have on our country and communities. However, itís often hard to know how you can put that knowledge into action. Thatís where we come in. The Student PIRGs are based on a model that has been helping students make positive change for almost 50 years.

Here in Georgia our campus clubs have

Reached more than 5,000 students to help them register and turn out to vote in the federal and runoff elections! Young Georgia voters turned out in huge numbers! We saw a 14-percentage increase from 2016 to 2020!



Raised over $730 for Panther pantry and got 240 petition signatures against anti-homeless architecture as part of our campaign against Hunger and Homelessness!



As an intern you will spend 10-15 hours a week attending trainings, recruiting volunteers, and working on projects and campaigns that will make your community better. Youíll attend weekly trainings and run campaign events.



Learn skills, build your resume, and work with issues that matter. Apply today.

Here is the link below:

Get Involved - Georgia PIRG Interest Form (actionnetwork.org)<https://actionnetwork.org/forms/get-involved-georgia-pirg-interest-form/>


Lynda Bourne
Department Specialist of Anthropology
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