The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Diversity Internship Program

The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Diversity Internship Program is open to students from ethnic and cultural backgrounds, including but not limited to Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic descent. It is for undergraduate students with an interest in learning about fundraising and communications at an international human rights organization.

The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Diversity Internship Program is a 12-week, part-time, summer internship work opportunity for deserving students with an interest in the international human rights field. Summer internship applicants must have a grade point average of 3.2 or above and have completed their freshman year in college. They must currently be enrolled in an undergraduate college program.

Interns will receive a stipend and monthly MetroCard. Their duties will include assisting the Development and Communications Departments in New York in all aspects of departmental management. Applicants must have strong research, writing and editing skills, excellent organizational, interpersonal, and time management skills, attention to detail, and technical proficiency.

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights is a diverse group of talented individuals committed to the pursuit of a more just and peaceful world. The organization includes lawyers, advocates, entrepreneurs, and writers, all united by a commitment to bring about social justice.

The location is usually in NEW YORK. 

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