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Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health Internships

Newcomb Institute coordinates with local reproductive rights and reproductive health organizations in New Orleans to provide paid internships for undergraduates.

Internship positions provide students with the opportunity to develop valuable skills, knowledge, and connections related to this field. Participants in this program will also learn from new and continuing interns as well as from leaders in the field through biweekly meetings. 

Read about current and past interns’ experiences on our student blog, and sign up for the current issue of ReproNews

For more information, contact:
Dr. Clare Daniel
Administrative Assistant Professor of Women's Leadership

The Newcomb Institute Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health Internship Program is made possible through the Donna and Richard Esteves Fund for Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health.

Open Internships

The Spring 2022 internship program runs from January 24 through April 29. Students will be paid $12 per hour for up to 15 hours per week. Students will convene as a group on a biweekly basis to discuss their internship experiences and learn about reproductive rights, health, and justice.

The application for spring positions opens November 1 at 8:00am and closes on November 14 at 11:59pm. To apply, fill out the application.

We currently have four open positions:

Birthmark Doula Collective (Birth Justice)

Institute for Women and Ethnic Studies (Maternal and Child Health Research)

VAYLA (Amplifying AAPI Voices for Reproductive Justice)

Antonia Juhasz (Environmental Justice and Reproductive Health Research) 

Past Organizations

Women with a Vision

New Orleans Children’s Advocacy Center

Tulane School of Medicine

Dr. Karissa Haugeberg, Tulane Department of History

Black Feminist Rants