The organizations below are doing intersectional feminist work. Some offer internships during the school year and/or summer. Check out their website to learn more!

Want your organization on this list? Email acarmack@colby.edu. Thanks!

 

Hardy Girls Healthy Women, Waterville, Maine

Hardy Girls Healthy Women (HGHW) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the health and well being of girls and women.

 

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, Portland, Maine

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE) is the largest reproductive health care and sexuality education provider and advocate in northern New England.

 

Maine Access Immigrant Network, Portland, Maine

Maine Access Immigrant Network (MAIN) bridges access to health and social services for immigrants and refugees in Portland Maine.

 

Maine Immigrant Refugee Services, Portland, Lewiston, Maine

Maine’s only refugee resettlement program, Catholic Charities Maine Refugee and Immigration Services (RIS) is dedicated to helping those seeking a new life in America become independent, productive members of our community.

 

In Her Presence, Portland, Maine

In Her Presence is led and organized by immigrant women living in Maine. In Her Presence  brings together immigrant women from across communities and generations through

creating spaces that support women’s  empowerment and personal ambitions without losing our unique identity.

 

Maine Women’s Fund, Falmouth, Maine

The Maine Women’s Fund transforms the lives of Maine women and girls through strategic grantmaking, community engagement and support to nonprofit organizations dedicated to social change.

 

Maine People’s Alliance, Statewide

MPA’s purpose is to bring individuals and organizations together to realize shared goals. We focus on leadership development to increase the number of citizen leaders prepared to work for positive social change.

 

Maine Women’s Studies Consortium, University of Southern Maine

Since its establishment, the Maine Women’s Studies Consortium (MWSC) has served as a conduit for feminist research and pedagogy in the state of Maine. Its goal is to promote diversity and disciplinary excellence in Maine’s public and private educational systems, as well as collaborations and partnerships across the University of Maine System.