The Salvation Army’s International Social Justice Commission (ISJC), based in NYC, is offering internships for college graduate Salvationists with a passion to pursue and live out social justice. Internships are for a 12 month period, include living costs, and are designed for Salvationists between the ages of 20-28. In this unique opportunity, interns have to the chance to:
*Assist with the research work of the International Social Justice Commission and the International Moral and Social Issues Council
*Complete research studies and papers that can be used by The Salvation Army to highlight and to take action on areas of human injustice.
*Develop their biblical and theological expertise and knowledge which will assist a Christian response to international human injustice.
*Assist in the development of training and resource materials on issues of social justice that can be utilized by the Salvation Army.
*Be an advocate and example of social justice.
*Assist in the provision of material that will support the work of The Salvation Army, United Nations representatives in New York, Geneva, Vienna and elsewhere.
*Engage as required in international forums and conferences that focus on international social justice.
*Encourage Salvationists internationally in the pursuit of social justice.
If you are interested in learning more about interning and making a difference with the ISJC, contact Megan McQuade in the territorial youth department:
Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed. Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow.