Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) is Accepting Internship Applications for Spring 2016
GLAHR internships often offer direct exposure to the workings of a grassroots and community organization, close supervision by the GLAHR staff, interaction with other state and national organizations, domestic government officials, and opportunities to attend training, and special events relating to Immigrants, the Latino community and Human Rights. Receive a letter of recommendation from GLAHR after the successful completion of the internship. The internship could be available for credit based on your institution’s guidelines.
Internship descriptions vary but may include desk research, drafting documents, assisting with event planning, liaising with current and prospective donors, and engaging in advocacy efforts. Internships are generally unpaid. Candidates may apply for the positions listed below based on eligibility and interest in the work. Internships available are listed below.