JFNA interns will have the unique and unparalleled opportunity to work on a wide range of social service focused public policy issues. Through this internship, interns will learn innovative approaches to stimulate community interest by organizing and informing local grassroots networks of Jewish federations and affiliated social service agencies. The day-to-day responsibilities of a JFNA internship includes, but is not limited to, attending congressional hearings, taking part in advocacy/leadership training days, compiling and analyzing surveys, and researching and writing on a variety of existing and proposed policies.
Spring internships are part-time, and interns are offered a flexible stipend. In lieu of a stipend, we also offer college credit if allowed by an individual’s university/college.
If interested, please forward a cover letter, resume, brief writing sample, and references tointerndcoffice@JewishFederations.org.