Internships

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Each year, AFSC welcomes more than 100 fellows, interns, apprentices, and young volunteers across the globe. Like AFSC, these advocates believe that there is worth in every person and that love can overcome violence and injustice.

AFSC’s programs develop leaders for social change. They build bridges of understanding and active alliances among young people—and communities—of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

AFSC IT Intern

Deadline:
Location:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Type:Unpaid
Hours:At least 6 hours/week
Start Date:
End Date:

As part of the Star Clip Production Team, produce 3-minute in-house educational videos for the AFSC staff audience using Camtasia software. Read more »

San Francisco Economic Activism program internship

Deadline:Feb 1, 2015
Location:San Francisco, California
Type:Paid
Hours:Less than 30
Start Date:Feb 9, 2015
End Date:

We are looking for an excellent researcher and writer, knowledgeable and caring about economic and social justice, about the movement for justice in Palestine and the anti-incarceration movement. Preference to student activists with strong computer skills and a background in economic research and movement work in either or both of the above mentioned areas. The tasks will include: corporate research for activism; arranging and updating on-line databases; assisting and promoting on-campus activism. Read more »

Wage Peace Intern

Deadline:Feb 13, 2015
Location:Chicago, Illinois
Type:Paid
Hours:21-35
Start Date:Feb 20, 2015
End Date:May 15, 2015

The mission of the Chicago Peacebuilding is to locally implement the work of the Wage Peace network, which is educate about the affect of the decisions around war, militarism, and the federal budget which affect our communities. The program utilizes and develops creative visual arts to teach about the impact of the federal budget, and increase military spending on our communities. The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) Wage Peace Network works to educate and organize new constituencies via the arts about the intersection of peace and justice, militarism, and the federal budget, while building relationships within the community. Read more »

QUNO Program Assistants

Deadline:Feb 6, 2015
Location:New York , New York
Type:Paid
Hours:
Start Date:Aug 1, 2015
End Date:Aug 1, 2016

The Quaker United Nations Office in New York invites applications for its 2015-16 internship program. The internship offers an opportunity for college graduates, with an interest in international affairs and a commitment to Friends’ principles, to work at the UN. Currently, QUNO-NY focuses on issues of peacebuilding and prevention of violent conflict. Interns work closely with permanent staff on one or more issue areas and support office administration. Stipend and medical coverage provided.

 

Deadline for submission of application and references: February 6th, 2015. Read more »

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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

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