Do you care about migrant and seasonal farm workers? Are you looking for an Exciting paid job opportunity this summer? Do you want to meet diverse students who share these goals?
Each fall the Northeast Regional Office of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) (located ten minutes from campus) offers a 3 credit academic internship placement for a qualified "rising junior" in the College of Arts & Sciences. The student intern must be available to work in the CRS office on Thursdays only, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. the entire semester. The intern will assist the CRS Justice and Peace Liaison with research, preparing presentations, and materials for use in CRS outreach. Catholic Relief Services is the international relief and development agency of the U.S. Catholic community. For further information, visit this page.
Pacem in Terris: Internship Opportunities
Pacem in Terris, a 46 year-old non-profit peace and justice organization based in Wilmington,
DE has a number of Internship opportunities for the 2013/2014 school year. This is a
wonderful opportunity to learn about the peace and justice field, and non-profit organizations,
from the inside. For more information on Pacem in Terris, visit www.depaceminterris.org
Here are some of our Intern opportunities:
1. Strategic Communications Intern
Pacem is seeking a part-time strategic communications Intern. The strategic communications
Intern will assist with the overall marketing and communications needs of the organization.
The Intern's primary responsibility is to assist Pacem’s Executive Director with creating a
variety of outreach materials for policy advocacy, membership, and fundraising;
implementing an organization-wide communications strategy; and developing marketing
plans for specific programs and activities. The Internship (15-20 hrs/wk) is unpaid. It will
accommodate a flexible schedule, run from September – December 2013, and take place in
Wilmington, DE. Preference will be given to candidates that are able to continue the
Internship into the spring of 2014. Pacem in Terris is willing to work with the candidate’s
higher education institution for course credit, if applicable.
2. Graphic Design Intern
Pacem is seeking a part-time graphic design Intern for the Fall/Winter/Spring of 2013/2014.
3. Research Intern
Pacem is seeking a part-time research Intern for the Fall/Winter/Spring of 2013/2014. We are
looking for someone to conduct socio-economic research in a variety of peace, international
relations and environmental topics.
Qualifications for all three opportunities
Required Qualifications: Strong writing skills ● Strong computer skills, proficiency in Word,
Excel and social media • Enthusiasm and commitment to the organization’s mission ●
Workplace experience ● Ability manage multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines ●
Positive attitude and an ability to engage with a variety of people ● Desired Qualifications: ●
Some experience with marketing ● Proficiency in graphic design a plus; ● Experience using
social media tools for organizational outreach. • Research experience.
Please send a cover letter and resume to: Medard Gabel at email@example.com, Email
subject line should be “Internship.” Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Deadline to apply: The position will be filled as soon as a well-qualified person is identified.
Peacebuilding Internship Opportunites
Alliance for Peacebuilding employment
This organization believes in building understanding of and support for peacebuilding policies and programs among leaders in government, business, media, philanthropy, religion, and other sectors of civil society. It also strives to increase the effectiveness of the peacebuilding field by developing networks, disseminating best practices, and enhancing organizational capacities and professional skills.
Do you know someone who might want to work for Friends Committee on National Legislation? Help FCNL build our team of dedicated, hard working staff in Washington. Please pass these job descriptions along to people who might be qualified and interested. We seek a world free of war and the threat of war. We seek a society with equity and justice for all. We seek a community where every person's potential may be fulfilled. We seek an earth restored.
There are a limited number of internships available for junior and seniors with the Villanova University Law School Clinical Program Undergraduate interns work with law students in the Law School Clinics who represent real clients with real legal issues. The Clinical Program has six clinics: the Civil Justice Clinic; the Clinic for Asylum, Refugee and Emigrant Services; the Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic; the Federal Tax Clinic; the Juvenile Justice Clinic; and the Advanced Advocacy Clinic. For the translating internship, please contact the Classical and Modern Languages Department, ext. 94680. Please see this page for more information.
Students may earn 15 hours of academic credit working in the private, public and nonprofit sector in Washington D.C. through the Washington Center. The Washington Center is affiliated with colleges and universities nationwide. It places students in internships, offers academic seminars and provides room and board in the D.C. area.. Among its hundreds of internship placements are: the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Department of Commerce, CNN, Amnesty International, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and the National Endowment for the Arts and others. For more information on the Washington Center Internship Program, visit
For credit in another academic area, contact the Villanova Internship Office at ext. 94661.
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