Opportunity Spotlight: Women’s Health Edition

In this series, we like to explore different aspects of the social-impact sector. Today, we’re highlighting organizations and opportunities on our site that focus on women’s health.

 

We’re talking more about women’s health (Photo Credit: a.drian, Creative Commons/Flickr)

 

Planned Parenthood of New York City provides health services for over 50,000 New Yorkers every year, including gynecological care, contraception, pregnancy testing, abortion, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and HIV testing and counseling. They’ve also been leaders in reproductive health education and advocacy, supporting legislation and policies that ensure universal access to reproductive health care. They’re currently hiring for nine positions from human resources to case management to assisting in direct care.

If your interests lie in policy and politics, check out the Women’s Campaign Fund. They support women running for all levels of political office to advance “political participation and leadership of women who support reproductive health choices for all.” WCF is currently seeking a Vice President of Development in Washington, DC. You’ll set goals, organize events, cultivate foundation and corporate support, and manage the development staff.

The Society for Women’s Health Research is a national nonprofit organization based in DC that seeks to advance women’s health through research, education, and advocacy. They lobby for funding for research into women’s health issues, create educational materials, hold educational events, and establish groups and campaigns that advance the study of women’s health. They’re currently looking for interns, so if you’re looking for experience in the field, be sure to check them out.

There’s are many different aspects of women’s health – from access to health services to inclusion in the political sphere to funding for research – and there are lots of ways to get involved. Be sure to visit our site to find the perfect opportunity for you!

How do you contribute to the causes that are important to you?

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