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Join the Movement!


SCADP is always looking for people to volunteer with our movement!


Right now, we are looking for people with the following skills:

  • Website design

  • Social media

  • Digital campaign promotion

  • Research (cases, topics, etc.)

  • In-person event coordinating/tabling

  • Data entry

  • Penpal for someone on death row

  • And more!!!

For more information about volunteering, email us at!

Listed below are some partner organizations with job postings. We invite you to check them out!

2023 Fall Internship 

Position Title: Internship

5-10 hour/week internship position in South Carolina, with emphasis on Upstate, Midlands, Lowcountry, or Grand Strand (depending on student location)



College course credit (provided approval from college/university)


Position Description

South Carolinians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (SCADP) seeks a high energy multi-tasker with dynamic leadership ability. The Intern will learn to build coalitions and partnerships, foster relationships, and mobilize communities toward policy change on the issue of capital punishment. This position will also have some responsibility for data collection and outreach functions, including volunteer engagement, communication outreach, and community mobilization. Finally, this position will have a virtual intentional community component, with weekly meetings that reflect on the Intern’s engagement with anti-death penalty work, assigned readings, and guest speakers.


This position requires strong leadership and community engagement, marketing and communication, strong public speaking and writing skills, events management, and the ability to recruit, manage, and cultivate volunteer leadership.


The Intern reports immediately to the SCADP Executive Director. The Executive Director will work together to set minimum expectations for volunteer engagement, community mobilization, and partner cultivation.


Students may substitute academic credit from their accredited institution with a stipend from their accredited institution.


Work Location

Intern will work virtually and may be required to travel 25-40% of the time to meet with constituencies. Travel will be reimbursed if personal expense is accrued.


Required Experience

  • Some college (recommended, but not required)

  • Experience in criminal justice reform, political science, public policy, activism, and/or community organizing (recommended, but not required)


This will be a rolling application process until August 1, 2023. To apply, please email a resume, attached application, and two (2) references to

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