IJDH Communications and Development Internship Fall 2018
IJDH has successfully helped Haitians enforce their human rights since 2004. The Institute partners with BAI to support grassroots struggles for justice in Haiti and in the powerful countries abroad where decisions about Haitians’ rights are often made. IJDH and BAI combine traditional legal strategies with organizing, emerging technology, and public advocacy to address the root causes of instability and poverty in Haiti. We fight for justice with legal work, but also with creativity, humility, inspiration and humor, and supportive work culture. We effect broad changes with modest resources by nurturing large advocacy networks.
IJDH is looking for Communications and Development interns to join its Boston office. The position is ideal for an undergraduate or graduate student interested in global human rights advocacy and development and financial strategies for small nonprofits.
Interns and volunteers at IJDH are unpaid, but this position will provide significant training in nonprofit administration, development, and communication.
IJDH will also work with student applicants who elect to obtain school credit. Both part-time and full- time positions are available. Part-time interns commit to a minimum schedule of 20-30 hours per week, working at least two days of the week out of the Boston office. Strong preference for a full-time candidate willing to commit to more than four months.
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Apply Today: Send a cover letter and resume to Ashley Armand at email@example.com and include “Communications and Development Intern Fall 2018” in the subject line.
Application Deadline: 7/1/2018
Internship Start Date: 09/04/2018