Internship Opportunities

Interfaith Alliance Intern Program

Throughout the year, students from around the country intern at  Interfaith Alliance. Interning at  Interfaith Alliance gives them the unique opportunity to explore the various faith traditions represented in our diverse nation and to see first-hand the religious liberty at work from a First Amendment perspective.  Interns work on a variety of program areas that may include public policy, field and outreach and development/membership to learn about the specific rewards and challenges inherent in non-profit work. Interns work closely with  staff, interns are expected to contribute to the daily tasks and ongoing projects.  Currently a $1,200 monthly internship stipend is provided.

Full and part-time fall and spring semester and summer internships are available and open to all college and graduate school students. Application to the Intern Program is competitive, while most applicants demonstrate an on-going interest in pursing collegiate studies in issues concerning religion and public policy, we also encourage those studying non-profit management and marketing. There are no restrictions.

All qualifications must include strong interpersonal, writing, and computer skills; the ability to manage multiple tasks and take initiative; and, a significant degree of organization.

Areas of work:

Public Policy

  • Research core issues and update website information
  • Create policy pages and spreadsheets
  • Attend policy meetings with affiliate organizations
  • Assist with ongoing policy projects and initiatives
  • Comment on relevant news for regular blog/Facebook/Twitter entries

Field/Grassroots Organizing

  • Assist in maintaining contact with local Interfaith Alliances across the country, which includes maintaining records that relate to events and activities;
  • Research and develop resources for activist use;
  • Comment on relevant news for regular blog/Facebook/Twitter entries

How To Apply