This internship is designed for graduate students who are interested in research, analysis, writing, policy drafting, and project administration. Interns will gain practical skills working on a variety of human rights topics. In the past, our interns have worked on projects relating to trafficking, immigration-related advocacy, and human rights training and education.
Compile and analyze qualitative and quantitative data
Research and draft summaries on human rights issues
Assist with writing reports related to local and international human rights issues
Assist with researching and developing internal policies
Assist with communications such as newsletters, blog posts, and web pages, and creating organizational materials
Assist with planning trainings and clinics
Assist with legislative advocacy plans
Assist with all aspects of work at a small non-profit, including administrative tasks, data management, etc.
Excellent writing and organizational skills
Interest in human rights issues
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Sensitivity to diverse cultures
Basic Microsoft Office Suite, fluency in English