Are you a college or high school student interested in learning more about how your state government works?
Are you concerned about the cultural direction of Washington State and do you want to make a meaningful difference in its future?
If so, we have just the thing for you!
FPIW Student Volunteer Program
The Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW) is looking for students like yourself who are interested in gaining valuable professional experience while working to foster good laws in Washington State. FPIW is Washington State’s voice for families. We are part of a national network of family policy councils working together to create public policy that recognizes the significance and the sanctity of the family. Our core issues are marriage, life, religious freedom, and parental rights. We work with community groups, churches, schools, individuals, and legislators from every corner of the state to make Washington a better place to live. We equip people who share our worldview with the tools they need to be effective citizen advocates. We believe a confident citizen is a capable citizen. The challenge is identifying the citizens who share our same values. That’s where we could use your help, as well as benefit from your fresh perspective and insights.
We are looking for a team of volunteer interns with a range of skills including:
- spreadsheet management
- graphic design
- web design
- the ability to conceptualize
- direct and edit entertaining yet informative videos
- audio production
- much more!
If you have skills you are interested in putting to work on behalf of families in Washington State, we can probably use them. While we have lots of projects ready to go, we especially welcome interns who have ideas of their own for projects that they would like to make a reality. In addition to the above skills, we are looking for volunteers who are:
- hard workers
- willing to learn
- able to work well with others, including other student interns
How to Apply
Please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1. Cover letter in the body of your emails, including:
- Which days and how many hours per week you are available.
- Whether you can work from our Lynnwood office, your home, or both.
- Please put “Internship” or “Volunteer” in the email subject line.
If you have any questions about this program, feel free to call us at 425.608.0242 or email us at email@example.com.