BorderLinks seeks a talented and energetic person who is interested in migrant justice to intern with us in the summer of 2018.
The primary duties of the summer intern will be to maintain the delegation follow-up program. In the course of that work, the intern will learn a great deal about BorderLinks, migration justice issues, and other Tucson-based organizations led by or working as allies with people directly impacted by border enforcement or immigration policies.
The internship is unpaid, but BorderLinks will provide housing and food or prepared meals at no cost in the BorderLinks dormitory.
The internship lasts a minimum of six weeks but can be longer if the intern wishes. Those weeks can take place at any point between the end of May and the middle of August. Read more about the internship on our jobs page.
Application deadline is March 1. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.