Internships

The Center currently offers two paid summer internships. Our internships provide valuable experience, skills development, and professional networking opportunities for those with an interest in and/or shared values with the Mennonite denomination.

Climate Advocacy Internship:

The Climate Advocacy Internship is a part-time (30 hours/week) summer internship for students with an interest in climate action, domestic policy, and advocacy. Students will engage in advocacy, organizing, and lobbying with the MCC Washington office, with a specific focus on mobilizing the Mennonite community around climate issues. The Climate Advocacy Internship is based in Washington, D.C., and includes housing and a monthly stipend. Find the full internship description here.

The Climate Advocacy Internship application is now closed. If you are interested in other opportunities, check out our Climate Futures Fellowship (applications open in August)!

Faith Outreach Internship:

The faith outreach internship is a full-time summer internship for current students with an interest in climate action, faith outreach within the Mennonite Church, and coalition building. Students will support the work of the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions and Mennonite Creation Care Network by building relationships with congregations open to climate action. Communications, networking, and administrative tasks will make up the bulk of the workday. The Faith Outreach Internship is based in Wolf Lake, Indiana, and includes housing and a monthly stipend. Find the full internship description here.

The Faith Outreach Internship application is now closed. If you are interested in other opportunities, check out our Climate Futures Fellowship (applications open in August)!

 

If you are interested in learning more about any of our internships or our fellowship program, email Daniel Bellerose at daniel.bellerose@emu.edu.