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The following internships participate in the Everett Public Service Internship Program. The Everett Program encourages students to participate in the challenges and rewards of public interest work while providing the public interest community with the dedication, energy and idealism that interns bring to their work.... Everett interns are exposed to a broad range of issues during their tenure at public service organizations. During ten weeks, Everett interns will work diligently with skilled and dedicated mentors to gain first-hand experience on the front lines of public service. The Everett Program ... encourages students' future involvement in public service by acquainting them with the challenges and rewards of public interest work.... Henry and Edith Everett established their Everett Public Service Internship Program in 1989. Since then, two thousand students from communities across the country have discovered the immense satisfaction of contributing to society, while acquiring significant knowledge, experience, and career development opportunities. A sense of community and camaraderie is fostered among the Interns in our Program. Each internship lasts ten weeks and provides $230 weekly for expenses. Everett Interns work on substantive projects, develop professional skills, and gain knowledge about the enormous societal impact of public service. Internships start no earlier than May 23rd and no later than June 13th.
- Child Welfare League of America
CWLA is a national membership organization of nearly 1,000 child welfare agencies. Through program and policy initiatives, research, advocacy, and publications, we empower and work to improve life for more than two million abused, neglected, and abandoned children. Internship areas include public policy, teen pregnancy, adoption, child abuse/neglect, foster care, family preservation, AIDS, youth development, and child care. Please include a cover letter expressing areas of interest, resume, two references, and a writing sample. Please apply by April 1. Contact: Dana Ford, CWLA, 440 First Street NW, 3rd Floor, Washington, DC 20001; tel. (202)639-4909; fax (202)638-4004; firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Voices for America's Children
Voices for America's Children (formerly the National Association of Child Advocates) is an association of state and local multi-issue child advocacy agencies. Its primary mission is to enhance the effectiveness of our state and local member organizations in promoting systemic reform and improvement for children. Voices for America's Children provides training and technical assistance, and analyzes and updates important legal and policy issues. The Association works within coalitions with other national organizations working to improve laws, programs, and policies affecting children and families. Policy areas include: early care development, education, children’s health, child welfare, income support, and juvenile justice. Please submit a writing sample with your application by March 14. Contact: Daniel Hooks, Voices for America's Children, 1522 K Street NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005; tel. (202)289-0777 x218; fax (202)289-0776; email@example.com.
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