New Law/Public Service Cardinal Internships: Humanity in Action, Pro Bono Net, Rhize, and the Innocence Project

theinnocenceprojectForensic Policy Intern, The Innocence Project: The Innocence Project is looking for a Policy Intern who will work mainly with the Forensic Policy team, tasked with conducting background searches, coordinating and maintaining resource databases, and assisting in the preparation of strategic policy initiatives both at the state and federal level. (Deadline: Tuesday, May 6)



Foreign Affairs Intern, Humanity in ActionHumanity in Action invites applications from smart, hardworking and motivated college graduates with strong interests in foreign affairs and human rights for the 2014 internship program in Humanity in Action’s New York office. The selected candidate will provide program design and research support for Humanity in Action’s international fellowship programs as well as support for communications, development, and administration in the New York office. Past Humanity in Action interns have provided significant support in developing the content of programs and have connected with prestigious speakers and contacts from major international think tanks, NGOs, and government agencies. (Deadline: Friday, May 16)


probononetFundraising & Development Intern, Pro Bono Net:  Pro Bono Net is seeking an energetic intern to join the Fundraising and Development team! This internship is perfect for those interested in communications and in development including fundraising, social media, marketing, and public relations in the nonprofit space. The position will report to the Development Officer. (Deadline: Friday,  May 30)


rhizeRhize Summer Intern, Rhize: Rhize is looking for highly motivated, self-starters passionate about movement-building and community-centered change as summer interns. If you are interested in getting in on the ground floor of a game-changing organization and supporting local movements and awesome individuals leading them, this may be your gig. You will also have the opportunity to a sense of all aspects of running a non-profit and the day to day and learning about the New York social entrepreneurship scene. (Deadline:  Saturday, May 31)


Jelisa Adair

I am the Civic Engagement Fellow for 2013-2014. While a student at Wesleyan I double majored in Psychology and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and completed a joint thesis during my senior year. I am interested in issues of social justice, mental health, media, and global welfare.