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The Becket Fund’s International and Government Relations Department is accepting applications for two internships for Summer 2012.

Interns will be responsible for research, writing, or public education projects related to the promotion of religious freedom around the world, while receiving direction and supervision. Internships are both an opportunity to learn and to serve.

Candidates should possess a strong commitment to the Becket Fund’s mission to advance human rights and religious freedom for people of all faiths; a sense of initiative; creativity; and integrity. Excellent writing and research skills are a must. Familiarity with databases is a plus. Applicants should be well-organized, self-motivated and reliable. Applicants should also be willing to perform some administrative duties.  Please highlight any previous international, non-governmental organization, or Congressional experience in your application.

Check your email for application information! (Applications are considered on a rolling basis).

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty describes itself as “a non-profit, public-interest legal and educational institute that protects the free expression of all faiths.”  The organization promotes religious freedom in both national and international settings.