Power in Place: Women in Politics & Settings of Inspiration

About Power in Place: Women in Politics & Settings of Inspiration

Internship Position for 2023

Power In Place (PiP) is an organization dedicated to celebrating women in politics today and inspiring those of tomorrow. We are looking for students interested in gender parity in politics, and women’s issues in general. The ideal PiP intern will possess one or more of the following qualities:

• Good social/organizing skills to lead our college network program.
• An interest in image/media culture and politics.
• Curatorial skills, such as the organization and oversight of a campus art exhibit.
• Event planning and organization (lectures, guest speakers, etc.)
• A talent for grassroots outreach to other academic institutions.
• Strong research and communications skills.
• Audio and video editing experience.

Power in Place is an organization with a mission to positively influence the younger generation of women to participate in roles of government. We believe that images are the most powerful way to reach young people today and our goal is to utilize creative visual vehicles to reach today’s youth. Our interns will experience the excitement of working with a vibrant start-up, harnessing current technology and social media trends to make a positive difference in the world. If this sounds like a worthy endeavor to you, PiP would love to hear from you.

History of Power in Place:

2015- Organization established
2015-Present: Photographing & interviewing female public office holders
Summer 2020- 1st (10 week) Summer Internship for College Students
Fall 2020- 1st Fall Semester Internship for College Students



June 2023 - August 2023 Houston, TX
“Remote, low commitment”


June 2021 - August 2021 Charlottesville, VA
“As a Facilitator at Power in Place, I found the experience to be incredibly enriching and fulfilling. One of the things that I liked the most was the opportunity to work with a team of people who were all deeply committed to the organization's mission and values. The culture of inclusivity and collaboration that Katrina Hajagos has instilled at Power in Place was palpable in every aspect of the organization, from the way we worked together on projects to the way we communicated with each other. I also appreciated the level of responsibility and trust that was placed in me as an intern - I was given the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects and was given the autonomy to take ownership of my work. Overall, interning at Power in Place was an incredibly rewarding experience that provided me with valuable skills, meaningful connections, and a deeper understanding of the importance of creating spaces where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued.”
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