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Status: Part-time
Salary: $15 per hour
Location: Remote
Target Start Date: Ongoing

Who We Are

Death with Dignity is a national nonprofit organization that advocates for end of life care policy reform. Our mission is advanced through both the Death with Dignity National Center (501c3) and Death with Dignity Political Fund (501c4).

For more than 25 years, our organization has advocated for the fundamental freedom of choice in life and death. We authored, passed, and defended the first Death with Dignity Act in Oregon (1994/1997/2006); spearheaded successful efforts to pass death with dignity statutes in Washington (2008), Vermont (2013), California (2015), Washington, DC (2017), Hawaiʻi (2018), Maine (2019), and we were a leading partner in the successful effort to pass a law in New Mexico (2021); and this year, we are also leading state legislative campaigns in Massachusetts and New York.

Seven in ten Americans support Death with Dignity as an end-of-life option for individuals with terminal illness, and most people join our movement because of a heartbreaking personal experience. We are an organization led by social workers and powered by storytelling.

Death with Dignity is a welcoming and inclusive organization. Our Core Values are: Dignity, Freedom & Autonomy, Trust, Financial Stability, Moral Courage, and Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.

What You’ll Do

Death with Dignity is undergoing a period of transformational growth and seeks a Campaign Intern to work under experienced staff in political and national advocacy campaigns. This is a great opportunity to build real-world campaign experience while promoting a worthwhile cause. You will work under the Communications Manager, primarily focused on digital communications and social media.

Responsibilities include:

  • Work with a highly-collaborative and senior team to brainstorm ideas to activate supporters around national and statewide campaigns for Death with Dignity.
  • Manage social media accounts through posting, data analysis, and communicating with constituents.
  • Assist in handling inbound organizational communication.

Who You Are

  • An aspiring campaigner looking to gain experience in statewide and national digital campaigning.
  • Passionate about making sure that every American has the right to a Death with Dignity.
  • Committed to diversity and inclusion.

To apply, please email resume and cover letter to:

Elia Lawatsch, Communications Manager

Not seeing your dream job? We are always accepting resumes for qualified individuals. Please contact us and tell us what excites you about working for Death with Dignity.