Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in working with SIECUS. Please see our open opportunities below:

Policy Internship

Remote SIECUS Policy internships are available part-time during  the summer. Policy interns will assist the SIECUS team with a variety of activities including, but not limited to:

  • Researching, monitoring, and tracking state laws and policies impacting sex education and sexual and reproductive health and rights more broadly
  • Support the advancement of the federal Real Education and Access for Healthy Youth Act and related federal initiatives concerning youth reproductive and sexual health and education. 
  • Supporting advocacy projects by: analyzing proposed bills, developing letters or position papers, drafting fact sheets and other collateral, identifying decision-makers and stakeholders,  and participating in outreach to allies and stakeholders
  • Support the development of graphically dynamic explanations and analyses of policy impacts at the state and federal level
  • Participating in coalition meetings on behalf of SIECUS
  • Liaising with Congressional offices, including through logistical planning for Hill meetings and briefings
  • Supporting the planning of annual advocacy events, such as the SIECUS Sex Ed National Week of Action and Sex Ed on the Hill Convening 
  • Support the updating of State Policy Profiles and other annual SIECUS publications 
  • Author blog posts on specific topics as determined by the Internship Manager and Intern
  • Author email and text action alerts on specific policy initiatives to mobilize constituents
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings 
  • Provide technical support to regular SIECUS programming, including SIECUS ONLINE webinars
  • Assisting with special projects as needed


SIECUS internship opportunities are:

  • For the duration of the summer, offered for an estimated 17 hours per week
  • Flexible in start and end dates
  • Intended for current students or recent grads of both undergraduate and graduate programs


Please send your resume and cover letter to hiring@siecus.org.



Since 1964, SIECUS has been advocating for the rights of all people to accurate information, comprehensive sexuality education, and the full spectrum of sexual and reproductive health services. We believe that sex education is a powerful vehicle for social change. Our focus is on advancing comprehensive sexuality education as a means of building a foundation for a long-term culture shift that will positively impact all levels of society, particularly issues of gender equity, sexuality, sexual and reproductive health, consent, personal safety, and autonomy. SIECUS applies an intersectional lens to ensure people’s real lived experiences inform our policy, education, and strategic communications work.