The Indiana Bar Foundation has limited internships available throughout the year. If you are interested in interning with us, please read the description below, and email Andrew Homan.
Assist with We the People, Project Citizen, and general civic education events, including the District and State Showcases; Assist in correspondence with the public about these programs; Contribute to all phases of event planning for We the People and Project Citizen Summer Institutes (training event for teachers); attend events as needed.
Work closely with the Civic Education Committee in planning for future We the People, Project Citizen and all general civic education events. Work with United States Congressmen and Congresswomen, as well as their staff members, on keeping them informed about the civic education programs in their districts.
Interns must possess excellent communication skills and professionalism. Strong organization skills and attention to detail are essential. Computer literacy is necessary, especially Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with Microsoft Publisher is a plus. Must be flexible to work in both a team environment, but independently as well, and able to multi-task and take initiative easily. Those with background or interest in education (specifically civic or citizenship education) public relations, marketing, journalism, non-profits and the legal sector are encouraged to apply, but the internship is not limited to a particular major or experience level.
Send resume, cover letter and 1 writing sample to:
Indiana Bar Foundation
230 E. Ohio Street, 4th Floor
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Questions? Contact Andrew at firstname.lastname@example.org