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The work at Tomorrow’s Women would not be possible without the vital individuals who contribute their time and talents each year. More than 100 active volunteers support our work each year by assisting with various needs during our summer intensive, serving on committees, planning and organizing events, supporting our fundraising efforts, and much more. We encourage teens, college students, and adults of all ages to join us to support the next generation of women leaders. Due to COVID-19, our volunteer program is limited at this time. Please contact Manzar Samii, Program Director at [email protected] for more information.
The internship program is designed for college students and recent graduates with degrees in or currently studying fields related to our work. Each year, we select interns to work closely with the Tomorrow’s Women staff and volunteers to gain experience in nonprofit management & operations, fundraising, research, digital and print communications—and more—while learning valuable skills to further their careers. Each intern will also be expected to complete at least one independent project, to be determined by staff with intern input, by the end of the program. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for the academic year and the summer.
Kushi Madadakere is a sophomore at the University of Illinois Chicago majoring in Neuroscience with a minor in Public Policy. She will be focusing mainly on the social media and fundraising department of Tomorrow’s Women. She chose to intern with Tomorrow’s Women because she believes a big part of healthcare is understanding the hardships society may have to endure on a daily basis. Kushi believes that all women, no matter their background or socioeconomic status should be given the right to have a bright future and that can start by mentoring them to promote peace and equality through the facilitation of friendships from both Israelis and Palestinians. These issues and more make her ecstatic to be a part of the TW team this summer!
Francesca Malayeri is a rising sophomore at Stanford University, where she plans to study Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity and International Relations. She is passionate about advancing gender equity across all spheres of life— from in professional & higher educational settings to human rights— and believes in doing so through amplifying female leaders and what they advocate for. On campus, she supports women, non-binary, and misogyny affected folks, advocates for first-generation students, and is currently spearheading programming to shape education and awareness about hate speech and what can be done on Stanford’s campus.