HOPE is looking for energetic & effective volunteers to be a part of our conferences. Volunteer opportunities are specific to HOPE's signature events such as Latina History Day and Latina Action Day. If you are interested in volunteering please contact:
Programs & Community Relations Manager
HOPE provides internship opportunities throughout the year to college students and some high school students. Space and availability are on a first-come, first-serve basis. HOPE will consider remote interns for research project and data management projects
How to Apply:
Please submit your résumé and cover letter to Jennifer Leger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cover letter should include the following information:
Professional area of interest (major)
HOPE program(s) you would like to support
Availability (start date, end date, and number of hours per day)
Indicate if you will receive school credit for the work or pay through work-study or other programs
This is an unpaid intern position with reimbursement for parking/public transportation. Opportunity for school credit is available. Access to hope events and activities will be available during the internship term.
HOPE is a high output, fast-paced work environment with dynamic and experienced staff that are dedicated to the empowerment of Latinas. We have a business casual dress code. Hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
"I proudly support HOPE because I know that at the very core of the organization and at the heart of its leadership, is the shared commitment to elevate, educate, embolden and empower Latinas."
HYLP Graduate 2011
"I support HOPE because every Latina deserves equal educational opportunities.”
"I support HOPE because HOPE gives a voice to a population that is growing in numbers but still need to be a strong voice at decision making board rooms. HOPE provides the training and guidance and support for Latinas interested in taking on the leadership roles in government, business and education."