As April comes to a close, we are taking time to look back at some of the environmental activists we have featured.
As Women’s History Month comes to a close, we are taking the opportunity to reflect and take a closer look at these women and their inspiring accomplishments.
As Black History Month comes to a close, we are taking some time to reflect on these women and their societal, political, and cultural contributions.
Mickaela Maehren writes about her experience as the Communications Intern in the Summer 2021 semester and the Programs Intern in Fall 2021.
Aarushi Govil is an alumna of the Women in STEM Policy Seminar, externed for Women in Global Policy, and interned during the Women in Science and Health Innovation Seminar. She is a chemical engineering student at Rutgers University, and will graduate in May 2022
Ariana Rodriguez was the Summer Communication Intern for PLEN, where her main focus was to assist the Programs and Communications Manager. Ariana is from South Texas, and recently graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with a Masters in Public Administration.
Applying for internships in DC is notoriously stressful. It is easy to get overwhelmed by the vast amount of opportunities and the pressure to apply to the right places. As I was searching for opportunities to add to my seemingly never-ending spreadsheet of organizations in DC, PLEN immediately stood out to me. Because I had … Continue reading PLEN’s Mission at Work
During her internship at PLEN, Rita learned essential professional skills as well as the power of women's leadership.
On July 11, 2018, PLEN co-hosted a luncheon with WGR, which featured speakers who shared their professional experiences in politics and policy.
Two very important things Ana experienced through her internship with PLEN is learning the inner-workings of a nonprofit and how to network.