Introduction to On Earth Peace
On Earth Peace’s office is located in New Windsor, MD, but our staff is decentralized throughout the United States.
The purposes of On Earth Peace internships are to advance our work, to achieve success in specific programs and initiatives, and to offer skill-development and personal growth for emerging peacebuilders in a faith-based nonprofit setting, fulfilling our mission to develop leadership for peace in each generation.
Our internships are intended for young adults age 18-24, current college and graduate students regarless of age, and recent graduates who begin internship within one year of graduating.
Interns are expected to work 10-15 hours per week as scheduled with intern supervisor for a maximum of 200 hours per semester.
This is a paid internship. On Earth Peace offers a highly competitive rate of $10/hour.* Internships for credit may be considered, as approved by your college or university.*Rate may be adjusted if the internship is for credit.
Internships are supervised by the Director of Youth and Young Adult Peace Formation and your current project manager.
Internships are one semester in length (typically three months), and are offered in the Fall, Spring, and Summer. Some interns may be considered for more than one term depending on satisfaction of both parties and work available.
Applications are received on a rolling basis.To apply please submit the following to:Marie Benner-Rhoades, Youth and Young Adult Peace Formation Director via email- email@example.comQuestions may be directed to Marie by email or phone- 607-387-3509.
The cover letter should include:
Please include relevant coursework.
Provide at least three references.* Two of the references must be able to share about your particular qualifications for this position. One may be a personal character reference.*If seeking credit for this internship, please include internship professor as an additional reference.
At any given time, On Earth Peace has a number of projects available to interns. For full internship descriptions including duties/responsibilities and qualifications, please contact Marie Benner-Rhoades at MRhoades@OnEarthPeace.org (link sends e-mail).
On Earth Peace is also willing to work with students to design internships that meet their learning goals and class requirements. Contact Marie for more information.
Work closely with our executive director and program directors to help organize and support groups working in one or more of these peace & justice movement areas:
Work closely with our executive director and program directors in one or more of the following areas of communication needs:
Work closely with our executive director and others in creative and skillful ways to meet our fundraising needs:
Work closely with our executive director and program directors to support our participation in major events:
Work closely with our executive director and program directors to help develop and integrate our impact driven approach to program work:
Work closely with our executive director and administrator to improve management and transparency in our finacial record keeping and reporting:
- Young Peacebuilders
- Social Change