Paid internship opportunity: Researching the Profiteers from Prisons, Immigrant Detention, and Surveillance
- Internship posted by American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
18.00 per hour
Follow the money… Investigate the prison industrial complex, the industry of immigrant detention and surveillance, the U.S. Mexico border wall and the exploitation of the families and communities of immigrants and incarcerated people.
Help us expose the profiteers from state violence!
This internship is with the American Friends Service Committee, for six months to a year, starting November 1st, 2018, part time (20 hours a week), flexible hours, out of the AFSC Oakland office, paying $18 an hour.
Essential Functions/Responsibilities: The key responsibilities of the position include the following:
- Maintain the Investigate online database www.afsc.org/investigate, update information about companies and campaigns, manage a database of relevant sources, contacts and resources;
- Conduct corporate research about the prisons and border industries, write short summaries about companies and industries;
- Create resources for activists and investors to support more initiatives targeting these corporations.
To apply: Send a cover letter and your resume, add a short (2 pages max) writing sample and specify contacts for two references to email@example.com by October 19th, 2018.
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How To Apply
To Apply: Send a cover letter and your resume, add a short (2 pages max) writing sample and specify contacts for two references to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 19th, 2018.