Post Date: September 11, 2017
Who We Are:
Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM), the nation’s leading nonprofit sentencing reform organization, seeks a dynamic, creative, organized, hard-working intern to join the FAMM team and work with our communications and research departments.
Who Should Apply:
The ideal candidate is a current undergraduate or graduate student with a concentration in communications, journalism, public policy, political science, sociology, or other related fields and is interested in criminal justice issues. FAMM is willing to work with our future interns and their universities to provide course credit and can be flexible to work and class schedules.
What You’ll Do:
FAMM is committed to providing a formative educational opportunity in which students can learn, apply what they’ve learned in academia, and develop new skills. Our interns have pursued photography projects, created social media strategies, assisted in interview filming, collated prisoner surveys, and much more. Day-to-day activities can include, but are in no way limited to:
Spring semester 2018 (January to April/May)
Summer semester 2018
How to Apply:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your 1) cover letter, 2) resume, and 3) short writing sample (i.e. a blog post, school paper, series of tweets on a specific subject etc.), with the subject line “Communications Intern” and your name. Please be clear in indicating the semester you are applying for. No phone calls, please.
Applicants will be considered until the positions have been filled. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Where We Are:
FAMM’s office is located in the heart of DC, Gallery Place-Chinatown, 3 city blocks from the White House, and a mere 20 minutes from Capitol Hill. We are surrounded by Smithsonian museums, dozens of great eateries, and are less than 5 minutes’ walk from both the Red and Green/Yellow Metro lines.