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Corporate Accountability International is expanding! We are challenging some of the world’s most powerful industries and are growing our team to meet the demand for this critical work. All positions are listed until filled.  Click here for more information on our internship opportunities.

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  • You will play a lead role in pulling together tools that help us make the best organizational decisions. Big stuff. And one of the most important things you’ll do is give keen and careful attention to maintaining general ledger activities and month-end closing. Not to mention developing and running the administrative functions that support sleek and smooth functioning of financial systems -- that’s all you.
  • Ready to take on some of the most powerful forces in our society? We’re looking for a senior communications coordinator to join our fierce, smart team challenging global corporations, holding them accountable, and creating a world where all people can thrive. Your job will be to coordinate the communications unit to its highest capacity, so that we’re creating the most powerful and effective communications, shifting public climate on some of today's most pressing issues.
  • We run hard-hitting campaigns and ambitious fundraising to power this work – and we have a powerhouse executive team that leads the organization in achieving our goals. You’ll join the dynamic team that supports the office of the president, a bold leader with 28 years of experience at Corporate Accountability International. Your job will be to ensure the president has what she needs to advance the mission of the organization and make big change in the world.

Internships

Apply now for Fall 2016 internships! Our internships are a unique opportunity to gain valuable organizing and non-profit experience. This is a hands-on program, designed to mentor and cultivate students interested in social justice, strengthen their understanding of a fast-paced campaign organization, and prepare them with the skills and experience necessary to challenge corporate abuse.

 

  • The Campaign Organizing Internship is a hands-on, skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission in one of three campaigns or our climate project. Interns will play a critical role organizing Think Outside the Bottle and Public Water Works! Campaigns to challenge corporate control of water, the Value [the] Meal campaign to challenge corporate abuse of our food , the campaign to Challenge Big Tobacco, and the project to Kick Big Polluters out of Climate Policy. The projects will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, power mapping, campaign research, media outreach, fundraising, and many other skills and topics. Interns will come away from the experience ready to apply these skills to social change they want to see in their local communities or schools.
  • The Development Intern will work with our team of fundraisers and membership outreach staff as they organize and engage our members across the country in support of our campaigns. The intern will also help build and refine our list of current and potential major donors to support Corporate Accountability International’s campaigns.
  • In the digital organizing internship you will play a critical role in building and strengthening our online membership. Learn how to use our email and social media platforms to bring people onboard to take action on our campaigns.
  • As a Corporate Accountability International intern, you will be a part of making change with a powerhouse, member-supported organization, protecting human rights, public health, and the environment from corporate abuse around the world. For 39 years, we have successfully challenged corporations like Nestlé, Exxon, and McDonald’s, securing lifesaving victories in the face of tremendous power, money, and influence.
  • This is a skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission, including the campaigns to Challenge Big Tobacco and Challenge Corporate Control of Water.  The Challenge Big Tobacco campaign is working to see to the implementation of the world’s first and only global public health and corporate accountability treaty on tobacco. The Challenge Corporate Control of Water campaign aims to build a world where everyone has access to safe drinking water and where water is governed democratically by organizing to end the World Bank’s promotion of water privatization and advancing the human right to water at the United Nations. We work with dozens of grassroots organizations across the globe to achieve these goals. The projects will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, campaign research, media outreach, fundraising and many other topics.
  • The Non-Profit Administration Intern will play a unique role in the organization by supporting projects such as implementation of an outreach program to identify and hire top-notch candidates for entry-level to senior staff positions or developing systems for supporting campaign actions. This internship is an excellent introduction to non-profit administration.
  • The Non-Profit Finance and Accounting Intern will assist in performing accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial reporting, and will help prepare for the annual audit. This is an excellent opportunity to get hands-on experience in a non-profit Finance department of a mission-driven organization.
  • The Research Intern will work closely with staff and interns on the Research and Campaigns units and conduct the research needed to develop and implement our campaigns.This is a skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission, including the Think Outside the Bottle and Public Water Works! Campaigns to challenge corporate control of water, the Value [the] Meal campaign to challenge corporate abuse of our food , the campaign to Challenge Big Tobacco, and the project to Kick Big Polluters out of Climate Policy. The projects will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, campaigning, public speaking, recruitment, and fundraising.
  • As the Legal Research Fellowship, you will gain valuable domestic and international legal and policy research and advocacy experience with a non-profit that directly challenges corporate abuse globally. This is a hands-on program designed to mentor and cultivate law students interested in social justice organizing, to strengthen their understanding of legal research in the context of a fast-paced campaign organization, and to prepare them with the organizing skills and experience necessary to challenge corporate abuse.

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