Produce our women's rights in the workplace radio show, make a difference, and grow with us.

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We volunteer as weekly hosts of a Women’s Rights in the Workplace internet radio show on the Progressive Radio Network, based in NYC. We are looking for one part-time producer to enhance our show and grow our audience. This is a news, politics and legal information show featuring interviews with varied experts in the legal field. We’re seeking someone who’s committed to a career in media, communications, radio & television or law, and who wants to get a foot in the door and build an outstanding resume by joining our team and helping us raise our game, expand our reach, and make a positive contribution to the lives of others.


Help us plan and organize appropriate content for our weekly show, with an emphasis on the issues and concerns affecting women, connect with and book guests for interviews, write copy for the show as well as posts of the shows' content on social media, and assist us when we’re on the air, although applicants outside of NYC are welcome to apply. The more effort you put into it, the more successful the show will become, leading to the show's possible syndication.


Please show have a specific interest in progressive causes, women's rights and producing this show with us.
Strong writing, research and fact checking skills, political awareness
Able to work independently and be available on Tuesdays from 5 to 6 pm EST.
The internship is voluntary, although the ideal candidate is an externship student able to obtain some college or grad school credit in exchange for producing our public interest show, but we will alternatively consider a modest stipend for the right person, bearing in mind that the average weekly time commitment will be only about 5 to 8 hours, including the one hour air time of the Tuesday show.

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