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Fall 2024 Graduate Intern, National Knowledge & Learning Program



26d ago

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  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Business, Operations & Strategy


  • Experience with a learning management system, either as an admin or a learner.
  • Background in creating educational experiences either in e-learning, classroom or a live training environment.
  • Ability think critically, problem solve independently, and collaborate effectively.
  • Interest in gaining experience or building skillsets with learning technology, including Articulate and Camtasia.
  • Comfort working independently on projects in a positive team environment with high performance standards.
  • Commitment to the mission and goals of the ACLU.


  • What You'll Do:
  • Reporting to the Associate Director of National Knowledge & Learning, the National Knowledge & Learning Program intern will collaborate to create e-learning experiences for ACLU National staff, support the ongoing operations in the ACLU’s learning management system and creating learner focused documentation and best practice guides. In addition, this position will help support other ongoing training initiatives, including training support, as well as accessibility and inclusion practices. This internship provides a unique opportunity to participate in all facets of organizational learning, including instructional design, instructional technology and training operations.
  • Your Day to Day:
  • Participate in instructional design projects, utilizing Articulate and other learning technology to create internal facing e-learning.
  • Support the organization’s mission to provide accessible and inclusive training by completing content reviews, documenting existing practices and creating support guides.
  • Provide training technical and administrative support for Nationwide staff via our Zendesk queue.
  • Center principles of equity, inclusion, and belonging in all work, embedding the values in program development, policy application, and organizational practices and processes.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity within the office using a personal approach that values all individuals and respects differences in regards to race, ethnicity, age, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, disability and socio-economic circumstance.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to work collaboratively and respectfully toward resolving obstacles and/or conflicts.


What department will the Fall 2024 Graduate Intern be working in?

The Fall 2024 Graduate Intern will be working in the Business Operations and Support Services department in the office of the Chief Operating Officer.

What will be the main responsibilities of the National Knowledge & Learning Program intern?

The National Knowledge & Learning Program intern will collaborate to create e-learning experiences for ACLU National staff, support ongoing operations in the ACLU’s learning management system, create learner-focused documentation and best practice guides, and support other training initiatives.

What skills or experience should the intern bring to the role?

The intern should have experience with a learning management system, background in creating educational experiences, ability to think critically and problem solve independently, interest in learning technology, and a commitment to the mission and goals of the ACLU.

Is this internship remote or on-site?

This internship is remote.

What is the duration and time commitment for the internship?

The internship can be part-time (20 hours/week) or full-time (35 hours/week) for 12 consecutive weeks, starting on September 9 or September 23, 2024.

Is there a stipend available for the internship?

A stipend is available for students who do not receive course credit and are lawfully authorized to work. The stipend rates are $20/hour for undergraduate students or equivalent experience, and $24/hour for graduate and law students or equivalent experience.

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The ACLU is an non-profit, non-partisan organization of people who believe in the power of action. We are united by the quest – “We the people dare to create a more perfect union.” Whether in the courts, statehouses, Congress or communities, we fight to defend the rights that the Constitution guarantees to all of us —regardless of who we are, where we come from, whom we love, or what we believe. Together, we take up the toughest civil rights and liberties challenges of our time. We seek to inspire those who want change to become the ones who make change.