U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom

Organization Description: The Commission is an independent, bi-partisan agency created to monitor religious freedom abroad and to advise the President, Secretary of State and Congress on how to promote it.

Internship Program: Internships are available in the Policy, Communications and Government Affairs Departments. Duties vary but include research, writing, attending Congressional hearings and some administrative work. Interns must be at least juniors in college.

Experiences Offered:
*Policy Research
*Writing
*Media Relations

Preferred Academic Level:
*Undergraduates
*Graduate Students

Preferred Major(s):
*International Studies/Political ScienceĀ 
*Journalism

Semesters Available:
*Fall
*Spring
*Summer

Deadlines:
*Fall/Winter Semester: July 1st
*Spring Semester: November 1st
*Summer: February 1st

Application Materials:
*Resume
*Cover letter

Contact Person:

Kristina Olney
Internship Coordinator
U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom
800 North Capitol Street, NW
Suite 790
Washington, DC 20002

Phone: 202-523-3240
Fax: 212-523-3240

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