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Thank you for your interest in the International Rescue Committee in Atlanta’s Internship Program. Our interns come from schools across the nation and world and make vital contributions to the IRC in Atlanta’s work. In turn, the IRC in Atlanta provides an essential learning experience that serves as a foundation for interns to gain real-life experience and attain proficient skills in various fields. Our internships require a commitment of at least 15 hours a week for three months and are unpaid. You can see our available internship opportunities below.
To apply for an internship, each candidate must send a resume with a cover letter to the Volunteer Coordinator at VolunteerATL@rescue.org. Please indicate your preferred internship position (as well as up to two alternates) and your regular, weekly availability for an interview. Interviews are held at our office, and out-of-state applicants will need to inform us to coordinate an alternate interview.
Internships here are organized in semesters: Fall, Spring, and Summer (please note, it is certainly possible to serve as an intern for more than one semeseter). The deadline to apply varies by semester, so please contact the Volunteer Coordinator for specifics. It is also important that if your school or internship program/sponsor has specific deadlines that you include those. We can be flexible with our application process, but we will have to know in advance if you need an early acceptance notification.
Thank you, in advance, for sending all four needed items (see the Application Checklist below) in a single email.
o Cover Letter
o List of Internship Preferences
o Interview Availability
Available internship positions (by department):
Education and Learning
Finance and Administration
Have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
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