Now accepting applications for September 2020 Interns and Fellows (Duration 12 Months)
Orientation Week: June 8th - June 12th, 2020 at IJM Headquarters in Washington, D.C
Please note that we are typically inundated with applications. We greatly appreciate your patience as we carefully review each candidate and ask that you hold your questions until contacted for an interview.
International Justice Mission has a powerful story to tell to a world that is both overwhelmed by and under-informed about the reality of everyday violence against the poor. We have an opportunity to show a global audience that justice for the poor is possible. The Communications Interns and Fellows support IJM Headquarters and national staff guide how the organization talks about IJM’s work around the world by sourcing and developing compelling content from IJM’s field offices. Depending on your level of experience, your role may involve some of the following responsibilities as well as other relevant duties assigned by the Field Office Director or Supervisor.
Positions may be available in: Manila, Philippines; Cebu, Philippines; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Bangkok, Thailand; Bangalore, India; Kolkata, India; Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Mumbai, India; Kampala, Uganda; Gulu, Uganda; Fort Portal, Uganda; Accra, Ghana; La Paz, Bolivia; Bucharest, Romania; Guatemala City, Guatemala; or Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Not every position will be available in every office.
To apply, please upload the following items compiled into one document: (Please note, applications missing one or more of these items will be considered incomplete and will not be reviewed.)
**When you apply, you will be asked to provide the names and contact information for two references; one Work or Academic Reference and one Spiritual Reference. Please note that if we move forward with your application, we may be contacting them for further information about your candidacy.
All IJM internships and fellowships are unpaid positions. Interns and fellows are expected to financially support themselves throughout the duration of their time of service.