Peace Education Intern, 2016-17
The peace education intern will focus primarily on developing a booklet that serves as a comprehensive
local resource for nonviolent survival after high school.
Working closely with our Alternatives to Military Service (AMS) program over the course of the year, the intern will develop expertise in counter-recruitment efforts in Whatcom County.
Interest in building up alternatives to violence is the only requirement. Applicants should be prepared to dedicate regular hours to this project in the winter and spring.
Experience in the following will be helpful, but none are required for this internship:
Apply by Sunday, November 13
To apply, please email the following to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 13, 2016:
1. Resume, including your contact information
2. A two-page letter of interest explaining at least three of the following:
We invite the WPJC community to contribute fact-checked submissions on local, national and global current events. Linking to original sources and articles is required. Submissions may be sent to email@example.com for review.