From the Bill of Rights Defense Committee:
As the summer approaches, we at the Bill of Rights Defense Committee are seeking skilled and enthusiastic interns to join our team. If you have current or past students or know of others who would be interested in an internship focused on civil liberties, constitutional rights, and grassroots activism, please direct them to the internship listings on our website:
We’re offering both full-time opportunities in our national office in Northampton, MA, and part-time opportunities for candidates with reliable phone and Internet access anywhere in the US. All internships require a commitment of at least 10 weeks. We will accept applications through Sunday, April 1.
Applicants need not be students to be considered, so please pass this information along to not only current students but also recent graduates, those embarking on a new career path, or anyone else you think might be a good fit for BORDC. Please also share the postings with other professors who may have students interested in the internship positions.
For those who might be interested in volunteering for BORDC with a lower level of commitment, we have a variety of other opportunities, including research, grassroots organizing, outreach, and writing. In particular, writing for our blog may be a good fit for talented writers looking for ways to bring attention to their work. Please refer potential volunteers to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.