Jobs and Volunteer Opportunities
Preterm is always looking for talented candidates! We employ caring and committed people in a number of positions, including nurses, medical assistants, and patient advocates. A warm personality and a commitment to reproductive health, rights, and justice are essential for every position at Preterm.
Employment benefits for staff working 28 hours or more a week include paid time off, group health insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, and a retirement plan.
Preterm is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual based on non-merit factors. We encourage people of color; Native people; immigrants and refugees; LGBQ+, transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary people; people who have had abortions; people with disabilities; and people who were formerly imprisoned to apply for open positions at Preterm.
Current employment positions available:
Patients to Advocates Fellowship
If you have had an abortion and would like to get involved in the movement for abortion access, and reproductive health, rights, and justice, you might be a great candidate for the Patients to Advocates fellowship program. Patients to Advocates is a paid, year-long leadership development program that prepares people who have had abortions for civic engagement around reproductive health, rights, and justice. Due to COVID-19, all programming will be online.
The program was created as a collaboration among NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Foundation, New Voices for Reproductive Justice, Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, and us at Preterm. Each cohort is comprised of people who have had abortions from various racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. Fellows have been featured in national and local media outlets such as Fusion, Huffington Post, and Vice.
Participants who complete all three phases of the fellowship will receive a total of $2,500. Click here to visit the Patients to Advocates website to learn more and fill out the application.