Tiffany Byers, Communications Fellow published Current Internships in Internships 2020-06-09 18:35:41 -0400
On Earth Peace has a number of projects available to interns. OEP is also willing to work with students to design internships that meet their learning goals and class requirements.
Bolded internships are currently available positions. Non-bolded are currently filled.
- Issue-Based Justice Organizers.
- Kingian Nonviolence Organizer
- Military Families Speak Out Organizer.
- Stop Recruiting Kids Campaign Organizer.
- Peace Day Organizer: churches & allied groups.
- Youth & Young Adult Program Assistant.
- Children's Peace Formation Coordinator.
- Dunker Punks Podcast Communications Manager.
Work closely with our executive director and program directors in one or more of the following areas of communication needs:
- Social Media Organizer - OEP.
- Newsletter Editor: email and print.
- Graphics/ Inforgraphics Designer.
- Online Storekeeper.
ADMIN/ DEVELOPMENT TEAM:
Work closely with our executive director and others in creative and skillful ways to meet our fundraising needs, develop and integrate our driven approach to program work or help improve management and transparency in our financial record keeping and reporting:
If you are interested in learning about the the application process and how we apply Kingian Nonviolence to our work please click on the links below:
Anna Rodriguez, OEP-Environmental Justice organizer, created a virtual Environmental Justice march in early 2020.
Fellowships are a possible next step for select On Earth Peace interns who have completed their full eligibility (one year or 600 hours).
Former interns must begin the fellowship within one year of completing their internship. Fellows must be 18-24 years old, a current student of any age, or a recent graduate who begins fellowship within two years of graduating.
These fellowships draw on skills developed during internships and invite longer, deeper engagement. Fellows may serve as mentors to interns serving in their stewardship area and work closely with permanent staff to develop goals and achieve strategic priorities in their stewardship area.
On Earth Peace offers three fellowship opportunities:
- Communications Fellow.
- Administration/Development Fellow.
- Organizing Fellow.
Rate of Pay: $15/hr
Length: One year at 10 hours per week (minimum), 600 hours per year (maximum)
Contact Marie Benner-Rhoades, Youth and Young Adult Peace Formation Director if you have any questions or are interested in this program.
Please click on the link below to see how we apply Kingian Nonviolence to our work:
Nolan McBride, Youth Peace Advocate, summer 2019.
Tiffany Byers, Communications Fellow published Application Process in Internships 2020-06-08 17:55:33 -0400
Internship applications are received on a rolling basis. To apply please submit the following to: Marie Benner-Rhoades, Youth and Young Adult Peace Formation Director via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cover letter should include:
- Brief statement describing your philosophy of peacebuilding and involvement in peace work. Or, relevant experience for specific project for which you are applying.
- Specific area(s) which you hope to work on within On Earth Peace.
- Identify specific learning goals that you bring to this internship and how they connect with your continued education and/or work goals.
- Describe your working style.
- Include mailing address, email, and phone number where you can be reached.
- Also include name of university, year in school, and major.
Please include relevant coursework.
Provide at least three references.* Two of the references must be able to share about your particular qualifications for this position. One may be a personal character reference. *If seeking credit for this internship, please include the internship professor as an additional reference.
If you are interested in learning about the current internships available, and how we apply Kingian Nonviolence to our work please click on the links below:
Cat DeNuzio, OEP-Gender Justice Co-Organizer is participating in the Read Aloud Project.