Greenlight Operation Internship


Our work is driven by our vision

Greenlight Operation is devoted to raising awareness about human trafficking.  Our goal is to create larger impact by mobilizing communities to take action. 

Along with our awareness campaign and community outreach, we will be opening the first long-term restoration home in the Harrisburg area for women who have been sex trafficked. 

Our team works to extinguish the hotspots of human trafficking.  Our dream is to see abolitionists turn their communities from red light districts to Greenlight Districts, bringing freedom to all.  

We are looking for an experienced, talented, and committed individual to support our team and expand our outreach throughout Pennsylvania. Interns work closely with the Executive Director and Team Coordinators to boost the organization’s capacity and effectiveness in community relations, fundraising, marketing, and events.

Interns will report to the Executive Director and will work 20 hours per week from home and/or in our office located at 2645 Lisburn Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011.


Community Relations

  • Assist Community Relations Coordinator with outreach for speaking engagements.

  • Aid Community Relations Coordinator with establishing and maintaining relationships with other non-profits.

  • Conduct research on potential community events and opportunities.


  • Assist Fundraising Consultant with research on investors, corporations, and local businesses.

  • Help with letter writing campaigns, fundraising events, and grant research.

  • Maintain and update list of donors.

  • Send thank you letters to investors.


  • Assist with social media posts, edits, and campaigns.

  • Aid fundraising coordinator with press releases, news articles, and public relation pieces.

  • Update email lists for newsletter.


  • Help with organization of Breaking Chains, Walk For Freedom, and Trainings.

  • Assist Executive Director with volunteer coordination.

  • Send thank you letters to vendors and volunteers.

  • Provide insight into ways to improve event coordination.


  • Shares a commitment to abolishing slavery

  • Character, integrity, kindness, industriousness and an all-around great colleague

  • Experience in communications, media, marketing, event coordinating, or related professional work

  • People-savvy, well-organized, both a team player and a self-starter, and a creative problem solver

  • Excellent writing and editing skills

  • Willingness to travel to the Harrisburg Area for events, trainings, and projects


Interested in applying? Email the following to

  • Resume

  • Cover Letter

  • Brief Writing Sample

  • Three References

Please note that this is an unpaid internship.  However, if approved by your school, course credit will be provided.


Summer Internship | April 30

Fall Internship | July 31

Spring Internship | November 30