U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Internship

 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.

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.

The application deadline for Fall and Winter terms is July 1st. Be prepared to submit a resume and cover letter.

For more information on this internship opportunity or to apply, please visit the following website:


or contact:

Kristina Olney
Internship Coordinator
Phone: 202-523-3240


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