KARAMAH seeks an intern to support our civil rights division. The intern will report to our Interim Executive Director to support research, fact checking, data gathering, and policy development. The ideal candidate is pursuing a career in public policy, advocacy, or the law. Writing and publishing experience preferred but not required. A passion for human rights, gender […]
KARAMAH seeks law student interns for the fall, spring and summer semesters. Legal interns will work under the supervision of a KARAMAH staff attorney on a full range of family law matters including divorce, child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, and protective orders. In addition legal interns will help develop introductory legal curricula for specific programs, and provide support on many of KARAMAH’s programs and initiatives.
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KARAMAH seeks undergraduate/and or graduate student interns for the fall, spring and summer semesters. Our internship program is designed to give interns full access to the academic, creative, and administrative operations at KARAMAH. Interns will have the opportunity to be involved in every department of our organization, gaining valuable experience and skills in program development and execution, research development, communications, women’s rights, civil rights, and operations of a non-profit.
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KARAMAH: Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights seeks a self-starting, full-time Communications intern for Spring 2016 to assist our Communications team. The intern assists in writing press releases, media advisories, stories for the KARAMAH website and other publications. An individual with excellent interpersonal, critical thinking, research and writing skills desired. Seeking someone with strong written and interpersonal communications skills. Experience or classwork in communications, marketing, or journalism a plus. Must have familiarity with social media.
This is an ideal opportunity for a mature undergraduate or graduate student to gain meaningful experience at a DC-based NGO as well as exposure to the fields of Women’s rights, Civil Rights, Islamic law, and leadership development.