Monthly Archives: November 2013

Next Meeting: Sunday, November 11/24, 5:30PM

Are you a current or former intern, or interested in the internship economy?  Join us!

Intern Labor Rights will be meeting again this Sunday, from 5:30-7pm, at the Goethe Institute (5 East 3rd Street, just off the corner of East 3rd and the Bowery – NOTE: This is not the main Goethe Institute building).

Our weekly meetings are informal and we welcome new people to join the discussion at any time.  Come share your stories, strategies for organizing, and learn more about how you can get involved!

For questions, please email us at intern.labor.rights@gmail.com.

Hope to see you there!

Next Meeting: Sunday, November 17, 5:30 pm

Intern Labor Rights will be meeting again this Sunday, from 5:30-7pm, at the Goethe Institute (5 East 3rd Street, just off the corner of East 3rd and the Bowery – NOTE: This is not the main Goethe Institute building).

Our weekly meetings are informal and we welcome new people to join the discussion at any time.  Come share your stories, strategies for organizing, and learn more about how you can get involved!

For questions, please email us at intern.labor.rights@gmail.com.

Hope to see you there!

Next meeting: Sunday, November 3, 5:30pm

panel

Did you attend our panel discussion Tuesday night  and leave with unanswered questions or with a growing desire to change the current intern economy? Did you miss the panel and want to catch up on some of the issues we discussed? Or have you been meaning to come to one of our meetings but haven’t been able to make it?

This week is your chance!

We will be meeting this Sunday, November 3, at 5:30pm at the storefront space of the Goethe Institut’s Wyoming Building (5 East 3rd Street, just off the corner of East 3rd and the Bowery – NOTE: This is not the main Goethe Institut building).

Our weekly meetings are informal and we welcome new people to join the discussion at any time.

For questions please email us at intern.labor.rights@gmail.com

Hope to see you Sunday!

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