Meet our Interns:
Organizing and Advocacy Intern – Oakland
Susan is a senior at UC Berkeley, studying Human Geography with a minor in Global Poverty and Practice. As a geography student, she is interested in how capitalism and racism organize society through space, and the particular kinds of spaces, such as prisons, that are created through these processes. Susan’s experience in social justice organizing started with student activism in solidarity with campus workers at UC Berkeley, campaigning for unionized campus positions that provide fair wages and benefits. Last summer, she was a labor organizing intern through the UC Berkeley Labor Center, working with SEIU 1021, a union in Oakland, and EBOC, a non-profit working to help fast food workers win fair wages and a union. During her time at Berkeley, she has completed restorative justice and copwatch trainings and participated in a semester-long seminar on prison abolition. Susan is excited to join CURB as an advocacy intern where she can learn how to use legislative advocacy as a tool for social justice, and contribute, in however small a way, to shrinking the prison-industrial-complex.
Susan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Statewide Jail Fights Intern – Los Angeles
Abby can be reached at email@example.com
Development Intern – Los Angeles
Rosa can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in interning with CURB? Consider applying for a position in either our Oakland or Los Angeles office. We have positions available during the Fall, Spring, and Summer. Contact email@example.com or 213-864-8931 for more information.