Michael Kazma Internship Program
In Defense of Christians (IDC) is accepting applications for full- or part-time student internships at its Washington, DC headquarters office.
The Kazma Internship Program is tailored to undergraduate and graduate students, and young professionals, who are interested in matters of religious freedom and foreign policy. Interns make important contributions in each facet of IDC’s mission to protect, preserve, and strengthen persecuted Christian communities in the Middle East and around the world.
The Kazma Internship Program offers professional enrichment through practical experience in advocacy, foreign policy, government affairs, public affairs, media, and organizational operations and development. The internship program affords students and young professionals an exciting and unique opportunity to serve an important cause, and gain beneficial and transferable skills.
Interns are assigned to one the following departments: Government Relations, Communications and Media, and Development.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Applicants should specify the semester for which they are applying, and department of preference.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.