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Just got this note from SOA Watch, the organization founded by Maryknoll Fr. Roy Bourgeois and dedicated to closing the Army training school for Latin American soldiers located at Fort Benning, Ga.

SOA Watch Internships in Washington, DC

These are the internship positions in the DC office of SOA Watch
(click on the title for a detailed description)

Organizing Intern

Communications Intern

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Fundraising Intern

Internships last for two to four months and interns commit to a certain number of hours per week. The minimum commitment is 20 hours per week; 32-40 hours per week is most common.

Interns become a full member of the SOA Watch staff during their internship. All staff responsibilities are expected of interns, such as participating in weekly staff meetings and sharing in the facilitation and note-taking of these meetings. By the same token, these interns are given the same decision-making power as a staff person. These interns have input into her/ his job description and work. In other words, an invitation to join SOA Watch in one of these three internship roles is an invitation to join the staff collective.

The internship program is generally very flexible and can be shaped for each person. An important part of the work environment is participating in the collective process and supporting each other in our work.


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