Intern with Cobalt

Depending on the needs of Cobalt and intern interests, interns could work in the following areas:
legislative testimony prep, bill research, opposition research, communications, digital media,
community organizing and outreach, fundraising, event planning, or operations.

Qualified candidates will have a strong passion for reproductive justice and are interested in the
politics and policies surrounding reproductive health rights. They are detail oriented, organized,
responsible, computer literate (g suite), self-motivated and can work both under supervision and

Time Commitment: Opportunities are ongoing (minimum 8, maximum 20 hours
per week), weekdays only, some night and evenings may be required.

Location: Cobalt Main Offices in Denver; currently working remotely

$15 per hour
*If available for students applying, Cobalt may help facilitate school credit. Stipend available.

Send a cover letter and resume to Please use the subject line: Intern.

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