The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) offers internships to high school and college students who are interested in human rights and community service. Interns can be part of various projects related to human rights in general and prisoners’ rights and affairs in particular. Students can earn school credit, community service, student stipends and other available opportunities.
AHRC Executive Committee Members and office staff and volunteers will work closely with the students to provide them with the necessary support to help them meet their academic and future professional goals. The AHRC internship program will serve as an opportunity to advance students’ knowledge and involvement in serving the cause of human rights.
The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) welcomes any form of sponsorship, donation and support to the interns. Supporting student interns will motivate them to pursue such real-life opportunities of learning and contribution to many good causes around. AHRC calls upon friends and supporters to help advance this program on behalf of our youth, the seeds of our bright future.
To enroll in this program and become an AHRC student intern, please forward your resume to: London@ahrcusa.org to the attention of Ms. London Bell, AHRC staff member, along with a cover letter stating your interest and the purpose of your internship. Please note that internship availability will be assessed based on a first come first serve basis as spaces are limited.