CPC CENTER WOMEN’S RIGHTS LEGISLATIVE FELLOWSHIP
About the CPC Center
The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center (CPC Center) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that drives progressive ideas into the debate, supports greater cohesion across the progressive movement, generates the momentum we need to advance racial, economic, and gender justice, and builds progressive power across America.
The CPC Center seeks a Women’s Rights Fellow for placement in a congressional office. This is a paid, six-month fellowship.
The CPC Center Legislative Fellows Program is an educational program that seeks to expand the pool of progressive talent prepared for legislative and advocacy work. Fellows are generally early to mid-career professionals with substantive experience in policy or advocacy but little or no previous work experience on the Hill.
This Fellowship will provide exposure to legislative processes and procedures, practical experience with how the House of Representatives works, and opportunities for interaction with constituents and issue stakeholders. To enrich the educational experience the Women’s Rights Fellow will join other CPC Center Legislative Fellows for a speaker series and networking events with other relevant organizations and individuals.
Significant experience in the progressive movement such as work experience in an advocacy, grassroots, labor, or research organization and/or a graduate degree
Demonstrated commitment to progressive values
Strong passion for women’s rights issues, including expanding reproductive rights, achieving pay equity, centering women of color in policymaking, advancing family-friendly workplace policies, and promoting the rights of women globally
Interest in learning about Congress and federal policymaking
Responsiveness to direction and feedback
Proven ability to innovate, intuit, and deal with ambiguity
$27,500 over a six-month term ($55,000 annualized)
The CPC Center provides health insurance and a 401(k) retirement match to Fellows.
Commitment to Diversity
The CPC Center is strengthened by the diversity of our network and our differences in background, culture, experience, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and much more. We strongly encourage applications from people of color, women, the LGBTQIA community, and other groups that have historically been subject to discrimination.
Please send the following materials in a single PDF to email@example.com with “Women’s Rights Fellow” in the subject line.
A cover letter explaining your interest in this work and any related experience
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Due to the large volume of applications, only applicants moving on to the next round will be contacted.