GBCS Job Posting: Internship Programs Coordinator

Internship Programs Coordinator

The Coordinator for Church and Society Internship Programs provides direction and coordination for both the nine-week Ethnic Young Adults (EYA) Summer Internship program and fall and spring residential and non-residential internships at GBCS.

The Ethnic Young Adults (EYA) Summer Internship program is designed for young adults between the ages of 18 and 22, representing the five ethnic caucuses of The United Methodist Church: Native-Americans, Pacific-Islanders, Hispanic/Latinos, African-Americans and Asian-Americans. EYA internships are residential and require full time service. EYA internships are open to young adults from the Central Conferences of the UMC. Applicants must have an interest in exploring issues of public policy, social justice advocacy, and social change. The EYA Summer Internship will take place in Washington, DC June through July each calendar year.

EYA Interns are active members in The United Methodist Church demonstrate a passion to explore issues of faith, justice and advocacy, from personal, institutional, and social perspectives. Interns live in Christian community together in Washington, DC. Placements are supplemented by evening intern led devotions, Friday Seminars on topics of timely social justice concern, field trips and Sunday worship art local United Methodist churches.

GBCS interns during the summer, fall and spring terms are either full or part time in service and both residential and non-residential. GBCS interns are placed in Washington, DC with coalition partners to the GBCS and placed within GBCS.

The full job description and how to apply can be found here.

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