Popular Economics Education Translation and Research Assistant

The Popular Economics Education program at UFE supports movement-building for economic justice. The education team designs educational activities that draw on people's lived experiences, then implements them in workshops that are available on our website. You may also request a facilitator to give a workshop at your site.

The educational materials and workshops we provide are tools to expose economic inequality and its cost to society, and they inspire participants to take action to close the growing economic divide.

  • Fluency in Spanish; excellent written communication skills;
  • Previous experience that involved translation of written materials from English to Spanish, research, and writing;
  • A background or interest in social and economic justice. 
Intern Responsibilities:
  • Translation of Education Team materials from English to Spanish;Superb writing and editing abilities;
  • Research assistance in the preparation of education materials, including Internet searches;
  • Assistance in the preparation of talking points and other descriptive educational materials;
  • Assistance in the preparation of educational events. 

Hours are flexible, but we prefer an intern who can commit to 10-20 hours per week. We will provide a small stipend and a free monthly MBTA pass for interns working over 20 hours per week.

To apply for this internship, please fill out the online application.

Questions? Please feel free to contact Jeannette Huezo at 617-423-2148 x132 or jhuezo@faireconomy.org.