The UWD Florida Advocacy Internship is available to applicants who are passionate about equality and immigration issues. You must be a critical thinker, self-motivated, and possess excellent organizational, verbal, and written skills to be eligible for this internship. Preference given to multilingual applicants who are familiar with remote platforms such as Zoom/Slack/G-Suite and who have volunteer or work experience in immigrant rights/racial justice. As in intern, you will support local advocacy campaigns, co-develop public education materials, grow strategic relationships, conduct research to inform strategy, and support the advocacy training program through development of materials. Interns are expected to work 12 hours per week, remotely. United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led community in the country, focusing on opening doors for LGBTQ/diverse immigrant youth, building innovative technology systems, clearing pathways to education, stopping deportations, and creating alliances across social movements.