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The UW Center for Human Rights (CHR) offers internship opportunities periodically; and internship positions are posted below. However, we are currently not accepting applications.
Internships are usually one academic quarter commitments with the possibility of extension. However, we are always seeking to have interns who are interested in longer-term internships. The internship program is designed to provide opportunities for those who are interested in human rights to perform meaningful work to help advance the goals of the Center.
Potential interns are expected to follow the guidelines below:
1. Newsletter and Annual Report Production
The Center’s quarterly newsletters and annual report is the primary means through which CHR disseminates substantive information about our programs and activities to its friends, donors, readers, students, etc. The interns will work closely with the Assistant Director to create the newsletters. The intern will:
The Center for Human Rights website provides a brief overview of the programs, projects and activities housed at or (co-)sponsored by the Center. It also serves as a portal through which we can link to other Center-related sites including Facebook, Twitter, community events calendar, quarterly newsletter. The website also provides information about our student fellowship competition, past fellows and winners. Interns will work closely with Assistant Director to maintain the website and perform the following duties:
NOTE: Website maintenance does not require any technical web editing skills.
3. Social Media Campaign and Community Events Calendar
Our primary goal is to disseminate CHR activities and information as well as other events relating to human rights. The intern will maintain an active presence by performing the following duties:
How to Apply:
Applicants must attach the following documents in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with thes ubject line "INTERNSHIP" in order to be considered:
We also have occasional volunteer opportunities throughout the school year, especially during annual events, which take place in December and late April or early May. Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions.