Interning at Maryland Justice Project offers experience in Public Policy, Law, Human Services, Social Work, Business Administration, Computer Technology, and Mass Communications. The Assistant Volunteer Coordinator will not only have the opportunity to recruit, train, and coordinate a team of volunteers, but will also work closely with the leadership of the Maryland Justice Project to perform legal research and develop a social media campaign. Join the MJP team and have a life-altering experience working with leaders who have been at the front lines of social justice innovation for more than 15 years.
This internship is unpaid, but interns may be eligible to receive college credit.
Evidence of an interest in mass incarceration, the US justice system, or social justice in general
Experience working or volunteering in the nonprofit sector
Experience leading a team and working independently
Experience performing college-level research
Experience working in an office setting and performing administrative tasks
Please submit a one-page resume to Chief Executive Officer Monica Cooper at email@example.com. Applicants may also submit a 150-word explanation of why they are passionate about mass incarceration and improving the US justice system.