- The intern position is a 1-year commitment of 5-10/hours a week, following an academic calendar. Ideally, the position is to begin no later than November. The internship will be considered complete upon attendance at the 2015 NAIN Connect. A memorandum of understanding will be required as a commitment to the terms.
- Candidate should be familiar with and committed to interfaith work and have a passion for interfaith relations and religious and cultural diversity. Former attendance at a NAIN Connect is a distinct advantage.
- Upon completion of the year’s commitment and submission of a report on tasks and hours spent, the intern will be paid a small stipend of $500. Interns must be able to travel to the annual NAIN Connect conference in the summer. A $500 scholarship towards Connect travel expenses will be paid by NAIN to help defray costs.
This position is ideal for a student or young adult with strong communication and social media skills who wants to engage in interfaith work and gain a perspective on interfaith organizations in North America.
Details and how to apply may be found here – Call for Communications Intern 14-15