The Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps is a paid summer internship program that places undergraduate students from around the country at reproductive rights and social justice organizations for ten-week summer internships.
The RRASC program defines reproductive rights broadly to include movements advocating for human rights, economic justice, racial equality, queer rights, immigrants' rights, access to health services, and youth empowerment among others. Our partner organizations span the country and work with and for various communities. Since our program started in 1999, CLPP has placed over 350 interns at more than 100 organizations.
RRASC internships are substantive with interns participating in organizing, advocacy, direct service, community health, education, research, public policy and more. All interns receive a $3,300 stipend and complete an intensive internship training at the annual CLPP conference.
Read more about RRASC, confirm your eligibility, read about the work of former RRASC interns, browse our host organizations, or apply to the 2015 program. Applications are due January 15.