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Pennsylvanians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
Posted: September 29 2016
Company Location: York, PA
Application Deadline: December 20, 2016
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
Timeframe: 01/20/17 — 05/19/17 (Flexible)
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DescriptionPennsylvanians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (PADP) is a grassroots organization dedicated to ending capital punishment in Pennsylvania. We believe that there are safe and fair alternatives to executions. PADP organizes Pennsylvania citizens through direct outreach and community education. By mobilizing a powerful network of individuals and groups, we are implementing a comprehensive strategy designed to put a stop to executions.
Interns will be educating, recruiting, organizing and mobilizing PA residents that identify as politically and socially conservative as part of our strategy to end capital punishment in Pennsylvania. Interns will work collaboratively with organizations including Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, Catholic Conference, Red Letter Christians, student, community and political groups. Interns will be sharing information with our target audience, sometimes in formal presentations. This will include writing in several different media, including: letters to the editor, blog posts, online article comments, social media, instructional material, letters to elected officials and other community leaders. When possible, interns will attend capital trials and write about their observations.