For a summer internship (May-August) please submit application materials by March 27th. 

For a fall internship (September-December) please submit application materials by August 16th.

For a winter internship (December-May) please submit application materials by November 15th. 

Each internship will require approximately 10-15 hours/week.

If you are interested in an internship for an entire school year, please let us know in your application materials. 


Research and author reports on ACLU issues
Design public outreach and education materials
Track bills and legislation
Draft legislative analysis, fact sheets and other lobbying tools
Assist Lead Organizer with organizing activities and volunteer engagement

Educational Benefits

Develop research skills
Develop an understanding of public policy and the legislative process
Learn about a variety of civil rights and civil liberties issues
Develop strong communication and advocacy skills
Work in coalitions and other collaborative efforts
Develop skills in community organizing 


Interested individuals should mail or email a letter of interest, resume and writing sample with the subject line "Public Policy Internship Application" to:

Tori Schafer, Deputy Director for Policy and Campaigns
906 Olive St, Suite 1130
St. Louis, MO 63101