Internship

Peace Fellows Learn, Inspire in Iowa

By Kathleen McQuillen, AFSC Iowa Program Coordinator

They came to the Friends House to learn but, as we should have expected, they taught and they inspired.

Recently three Central College students serving as AFSC Iowa Peace Fellows participated in a day-long orientation about AFSC, peace building, and change making.

Love Seen in Public: An Interview with Annie Frundle in Kansas City

Annie Frundle, an Avila University social work student, began working half-time with ASFC Kansas City as a social work intern in August. Annie has been learning about AFSC's work and assisted with preparations for the Crossroads peace festival on October 1.

Her placement requires both “macro” experiences (e.g. policy chance, organizing, public education, advocacy) and “micro” experiences (e.g. social work counseling, identification of needed services, etc.)

At the peace festival, Jon Krieg asked Annie why she's interning with AFSC.

An Intern Reports on Worker Justice in D.C.

By Sarah Rutherford

It’s early on Tuesday morning, and dozens of Latino men are gathered outside of the Home Depot on Rhode Island Avenue.

A pickup truck slows to a stop in the parking lot, and the men swarm around it, negotiating frantically with the driver. The driver motions for two of them to get in and the men speed away. The rest shuffle back to the shade of the trees and wait for the next truck to appear.

MARStar Fall 2010

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In July 2010 members of the male mentoring group in Logan, West Virginia, went on a camping and fishing trip on the New River.

The MARStar newsletter is published by the Middle Atlantic Region of the American Friends Service Committee.  Read about one man’s desire to mentor young people as well as a recent intern’s experiences.

AFSC MAR Internship Application Form (2010)

This is the Internship Application form for the MAR Washington, D.C. internship (2010).

Peace: Guilford College students design peace mural

As part of its committment to seeing peace in Afghanistan and the Middle East, AFSC launched the Paint for Peace project in the Spring of 2010.  In Greensboro, Guilford College interns from the Center for Principled Problem Solving helped put together four murals for the national project.  The interns prepared four panels.  The majority of the painting took place at Guilford College during our community paint day.

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AFSC interns organized Paint for Peace in Greensboro, Spring 2010.

Chicago Internships

Positions Available

Internship positions are available in each of our Chicago programs. Interns will work with a challenging and diverse staff, with opportunities to attend planned activities, as well as work on a long-term project. Duration and project focus are negotiated. Small stipends are available for some of the internships; others are on a work-study or volunteer basis.

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Who we are

AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Our work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Learn more

Where we work

AFSC has offices around the world. To see a complete list see the Where We Work page.

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