Internships are available in the following areas:

Our internships are developed to provide direct measurable experience that will increase the intern’s skills and marketability while giving them meaningful work across the organization. There’s no getting coffee here and no micromanaging, you will be given meaningful oversight and direction on real projects that you can put on your resume.

Required Skills

Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Ability to manage multiple time-sensitive projects and meet deadlines

Detail-oriented & highly organized

Interest in policy/youth/education, non-profits or grant administration

Bachelor’s degree in related field OR Currently pursuing a degree


Preferred Skills

Perusing an advance degree in public policy, health or education related field.



Flexible hours

To Apply: Send a resume and a personalized cover letter describing which area you would be interested in, why you think efforts to reduce teen pregnancy are important and why you would be a good fit to the Texas Campaign. Internships will ideally begin around university schedules but other timelines can be accommodated. Email applications to