[URBANTH-L]Internship: Urban Justice Center, Human Rights Project (NYC)

Angela Jancius jancius at ohio.edu
Tue May 20 01:33:40 EDT 2008

Summer Internship

 Location: New York, New York, 10038, United States
Organization: Urban Justice Center - Human Rights Project

Area of Focus: Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Skill(s): computer training
Starting Date: June 1, 2008
End date: August 31, 2008
Last day to apply: May 28, 2008

Description: The Human Rights Project of the Urban Justice Center (HRP) 
seeks one full-time undergraduate intern for the summer of 2008 to help us 
advocate for New York City's most vulnerable across a range of issues. The 
intern will provide organizational and documentation support for a project 
located in the West Harlem, and in return will learn a great deal about how 
the human rights framework can be used locally.

The intern should have a strong desire to support social justice movements 
in the community. In terms of technical skills, the intern should be able to 
use digital and video cameras to conduct interviews with youth in the West 
Harlem. The intern should also be able to use Microsoft Office, e.g. Word, 
Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook. We are looking for someone who likes 
to work with young people and with a good sense of humor.

HRP represents a unique model of human rights organizing because we work in 
collaboration with local organizations to attain proactive changes in 
securing human rights for all New Yorkers. In particular, HRP advances human 
rights in the U.S. through organizing, documentation, and education. 
Ultimately, HRP serves as a link between organizations and activists using 
human rights as the common thread.

For more information, please visit http://www.hrpujc.org.

Application instructions:  Applications for the full-time, summer internship 
are due by May 28th, 2008. The internship will start June1st and continue 
for at least 10 consecutive weeks. To apply, please e-mail a cover letter 
and resume to Tatiana Bejar at tbejar at urbanjustice.org 

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