Looking for an entry level job or internship in advocacy? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Advocacy deals with rallying people behind a cause, from individuals to corporations and governments, usually to influence them in some way. Advocates can work for almost any cause: political, environmental, faith, or moral causes to name a few.
If you want to work in advocacy, you’ll most likely be working with an advocacy group that supports your cause. Many of these groups are non-profits and have positions in administration. Some of these groups may also have positions in the public, actively getting people excited about the cause. Most of these positions require a degree, but volunteering and interning are great ways to get involved before graduating.
|Advocacy Relations & Government Affairs Director Intercontinental Region|
Amgen Thousand Oaks, CA
|AD, Regional Patient Advocacy & Professional Relations (Metro NY)|
Boehringer Ingelheim New York, NY
|Advocacy and Engagement Specialist|
American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD
American Chemistry Council Washington, DC
|Information Risk Management - Advocacy, Director|
MUFG Union Bank New York, NY
|Registered Nurse - Surgical Unit - Full Time|
St Joseph Hospital Lewiston, ID
United Services Dayville, CT
|Director of Patient Care Services|
Roze Room Hospice Los Angeles, CA
|RN Manager Care Coordination, Full Time 8a-4\:30p - Rose de Lima Campus|
Confidential Henderson, NV
|CLINICAL RESEARCH NURSE - ONCOLOGY/BONE MARROW TRANSPANT - ORLANDO|
Florida Hospital Orlando, FL
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