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Student Internships

MCCL offers paid internship opportunities to college students to learn the fundamentals of educating and activating the grassroots to engage in the pro-life movement. Interns will:

  • Learn to articulate and defend the pro-life position

  • Work with the leaders of the pro-life movement in Minnesota

  • Make a direct impact on saving the lives of the most vulnerable among us

  • Gain first-hand experience in legislative action, political action, and educational action with grassroots membership

  • Be involved in projects such as our Life Leadership Camp; outreach to our statewide network of pro-life chapters; research on current legislative, political, and educational initiatives; outreach to diverse demographic groups; developing and disseminating communications to reach new communities and members; and much, much more


Interns quickly become part of the departmental staff and become invaluable to the day-to-day operations. Learning about the pro-life movement and the hands-on experience MCCL provides are only part of our internship program. Interns often form long-lasting friendships and make invaluable connections while at MCCL.

Applicants must be self-starters with good communication skills. They must be able to balance multiple demands and work with shifting priorities and deadlines. As interns, they should be equally comfortable working as part of a team and with minimal supervision. Preference is given to applicants with knowledge of the pro-life movement or previous involvement in pro-life activities.

To apply, please email a letter and resume to outlining your area of interest, dates of availability, and previous experience in the pro-life movement. Ideal candidates will have passion for pro-life advocacy work and explain what they hope to gain from an internship at MCCL.

Part-time (up to 32 hours per week) Data Entry Processor

This position performs a range of data entry including, but not limited to, processing donor gifts into Raiser’s Edge database and processing gift batches, keeping the database up-to-date with donor information, preparing receipts and thank-you letters, and assisting the general office staff by answering phones, helping with mass mailings, and other duties as assigned.


  • High-school education or equivalent

  • 1+ years of Raiser's Edge experience preferred

  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office programs and Google Drive

  • Knowledge of accounts receivable basics

  • Accuracy

  • Attention to detail

  • Good organization

  • Flexibility in dealing with a variety of tasks

  • On-site position (cannot be done remotely)

Applicants are asked to read and agree to our Mission Statement before applying. To apply, send resume and cover letter to

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