JDI's commitment to social change work includes developing future leaders of our movement. Our exciting, hands-on and challenging internships offer opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students and others looking for work experience to learn more about the issues and develop skills as organizers and advocates.
Interns generally make commitments of at least ten hours per week (during regular business hours) for at least three months. Interns are supervised by a JDI staff member who is responsible for helping you accomplish your educational goals through participation in one of our projects or initiatives. Your internship might include any or a combination of activities such as research, project management, membership activities, educational and fund raising events, writing, or prevention work. If you are an undergraduate or graduate student you may be eligible for an internship that provides academic credit in exchange for your time working on a JDI project.
Check out our current internship opportunities.
CLICK HERE for a downloadable PDF of our Internship Descriptions.
We are no longer accepting applications for Summer of 2019.
Check back in the summer for Fall of 2019 internship opportunities.