Interfaith Alliance is not currently hiring for full-time positions.
Spring Policy Intern
Interfaith Alliance is currently seeking a second- or third-year law student or recent graduate to assist our federal policy team in Washington, D.C. The spring policy intern will monitor and analyze legislation, conduct legal research, and contribute to policy materials and regulatory comments relevant to our federal policy agenda. This is a part-time position for the Spring 2020 semester.
Undergraduate Intern Program – Ongoing
Throughout the year, undergraduate students from around the country intern at Interfaith Alliance. Interning at Interfaith Alliance provides the unique opportunity to explore the various faith traditions represented in our diverse nation and to see first-hand religious liberty at work from a First Amendment perspective. Interns also receive a behind-the-scenes understanding of non-profit work by contributing to a variety of program areas that may include public policy, field and outreach, and development/membership.