Building a Movement (BAM) Labor *Paid* Internship

The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies’  Building A Movement (BAM) Labor Internship is a paid internship program that connects undergraduate students at the University of Washington with the local labor movement.

Students who are invested in labor and social justice advocacy are given the opportunity to explore how organizations work to make systemic and community-level changes for the benefit of working people.

Hosting organizations in winter quarter 2023 include:
• Massage Parlor Outreach Program (MPOP)
• UFCW Local 3000
• Fair Work Center / Working Washington
• United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 4121
• Washington State Labor Council (WSLC)
• Rainbow Center (for UW Tacoma students only)

The ten-week program runs concurrently with winter quarter 2023, January 3-March 10. Weekly hours vary depending on internship position, and include a 1.5 hour weekly meeting with other interns and the staff of the Harry Bridges Center.

Students are compensated at a rate of $19/hour. Academic credit may also be available.

Applications are currently open! The deadline for applications is Friday, December 2th, 2022, at 11:59pm. Please see to view application instructions and to apply.

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
Lily Burnstein (She/Her) Career Coach