LULAC's work changes Latino lives and builds Latino communities. We are passionate volunteers, staff and partners, working through a nationwide network of grassroots councils to help Latinos of all generations to help themselves.

Current Opportunities for League of United Latin American Citizens

The LULAC Council 11041 Scholarship

Opportunity Type: Scholarship
Application Deadline: March 31, 2018
Description: The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) has considered education its number one priority since it was established in 1929. As part of LULAC’s education efforts, the LULAC National Scholarship Fund (LNSF) was established in 1975 to provide scholarships to Hispanic students attending colleges and universities. Under the LNSF program, local LULAC Councils, in partnership with local and national businesses, award scholarships to students in their communities. LNSF is administered by the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc., (LNESC) a non-profit educational organization established by LULAC to provide educational programs for Hispanics and other youth

Corporate Relations Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: The corporate relations intern will contribute and will work towards increasing the revenue growth and as a consequence the development of the organization as a whole. The internship provides the opportunity to build long-term and collaborative partnerships for LULAC within corporate America. These include partnerships for our national events and programs.

Health and Nutrition Advocacy Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Application Deadline: May 15, 2018
Description: In an effort to combat the obesity epidemic among Hispanics in the U.S., LULAC spearheaded the Latinos Living Healthy Initiative to introduce policy makers, the public health community and community leaders to policy priorities that benefit the health and wellness of the Latino community through programmatic and policy efforts.

Policy and Legislation Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: Since 1929 LULAC has committed to advancing the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States. LULAC has long been a leading advocacy and research organization in the area of Latino policy & legislation, especially education; in 2007 LULAC joined with 9 leading research and civil rights organizations in the Campaign for High School Equity to develop and advocate for research-based state and federal policies that support effective secondary school reform. Specifically, we aim to ensure that high standards, aligned to college and work-readiness, are in place in all schools and that students are provided with the supports they need to attain academic success. 

Resource Development Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: LULAC seeks a highly talented and dedicated intern for our national office in Washington, D.C. to provide project related support for the Resource Development team. The intern will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience in resource development, become familiar with the fundraising process for LULAC’s community programs, attend development seminars, and networks with our corporate, foundation, and government partners.

Special Events Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: Applicants are required to have excellent academic records and strong writing and communication skills. Thorough knowledge of the Hispanic community and current issues is a plus. Applicants should also have a deep sense of commitment to advancing the rights of Hispanic Americans. Ability to write and speak Spanish and English fluently is highly desirable as is extensive experience with using computer software. Candidates should be working towards a bachelor’s degree. 

Technology Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: The League of United Latin American Citizens seeks a passionate and talented college student to fill the open position of a Technology Intern at the LULAC National headquarters in Washington, DC. 

Education and Youth Program Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: LULAC is seeking an energetic undergraduate student interested in education, youth, and health and passionate about youth leadership development, community development and program management. Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication, research, and organizational skills. The selected intern will assist with the management of the Ford Driving Dreams through Education program, Denny’s Hunger Relief Youth Leadership program, LULAC National Youth Pre-Convention and Convention, and assist in any other capacity needed as it pertains to LULAC’s programs. Current LULAC programs serve communities across the United States. 

 

Communications Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: A communications intern will become a part of the communications team and will be responsible for supporting the LULAC mission, programs, and brand identity, through online communications (including website, social media, e-newsletters, and blog); print communications (including press releases, magazines, and brochures); media and public relations; and marketing and outreach campaigns. This internship is very competitive.

Education and LGBT Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description: LULAC is seeking an energetic undergraduate student interested in education, Latino lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality, passionate about advocacy, community organizing and program management. The candidate must have excellent oral and written communication, research, and organizational skills. The position will work with the LULAC Director of Policy and Legislation who co-chairs the Hispanic Education Coalition and manages LULAC’s Education Advocacy Program: Prompting High School Success (focus on Common Core Standards implementation). The position will also work with LULAC’s staff lead on the LULAC Equality Project, which builds partnerships with LULAC’s Rainbow councils, LGBT advocates in 10 states and national LGBT partner organizations. With those partners, the position will implement and track a public education campaign, Employee Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) state and federal advocacy and participate in a planning committee to host a day-long LGBT Latino Institute at the Creating Change Conference. The position will also assist in any other capacity needed as it pertains to LULAC’s programs and events. Current LULAC programs serve communities across the United States. 

Democracy Internship

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description:

Looking for a meaningful way to serve the Latino community? The League of United Latin American Citizens, the nation's oldest and largest Latino civil rights organization, seeks several talented and passionate individuals to serve as interns at the LULAC national headquarters in Washington D.C. In collaboration with the LULAC national staff, interns can combine their academic interests with real-world experience in any of the following areas: civic engagement, advocacy, community programs, communications, membership, special events, development, or executive areas.

Federal Affairs Intern

Opportunity Type: Internship
Description:

The Federal Training Institute is committed to providing quality educational opportunities to develop and enable participants to realize their potential by strengthening their knowledge, skills, and professional competencies. We provide continuing education by expanding opportunities for personal growth and fostering the development and dissemination of public policies and social change activities. We realize the rapid changes of our nation present all agencies and companies with new and additional challenges in completing their various missions. We are committed to providing the support, training, and development at times to keep abreast of these changes. Our core value is committed to facilitating educational opportunities to participants to acquire or enhance the skills necessary to progress and develop within and beyond their potentials.

Contact Information

League of United Latin American Citizens
1133 19th St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
www.lulac.org