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The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops offers various internship opportunities, which are paid, unpaid or for academic credits.
An internship with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops offers students an exciting opportunity to learn and grow professionally within a non-profit, mission driven organization, while gaining a better understanding of the Catholic Church and its mission to develop and aid people through its many successful programs.
Establishing and maintaining relationships with USCCB offices, diocesan representatives, and outside vendors.
Assisting in developing and implementing possible programs.
Reviewing and compiling information related to the department/office/secretariat's mission.
Working with staff to identify significant activities within the department/office/secretariat and highlighting needed resources.
Assisting with the creation of educational resources and activities.
Revising and updating web resources.
Assisting in special projects.
USCCB offers internship in the following areas:
Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Catholic News Service
Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
International Justice, Peace and Human Development
Justice, Peace and Human Development
Migration Refugee Services
Eligibility: Applicant must be currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate program of higher education. The intern may receive academic credits. Students who have completed their undergraduate degree and have matriculated into graduate school are eligible for an internship during the summer between their undergraduate and graduate programs.
How to apply: Visit our Career Center to submit your application.
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