The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has posted aninternship on BYU's career database, eRecruiting. Internship details for the position can be found on the eRecruiting website by going to the company profile and selecting the company’s jobs; however, part of the internship description is included below for your convenience.
Public and International Affairs Internship - Winter 2012
Overview of the Office
The Public and International Affairs Office in Washington, D.C. is a satellite office of the Public Affairs Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The three goals of the
office are to:
Additionally, the office monitors legislation and other events on Capitol Hill and elsewhere that may significantly affect the Church and its members.
Intern Duties and Responsibilities
The Public and International Affairs Office of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is seeking an intern during winter semester 2012. The internship will last approximately 16 weeks (full time).
Depending on his/her skills and interests, an intern could expect to assist with planning, execution, and follow-up for the events listed above. He/she should demonstrate outstanding skills in writing, creativity, research, problem solving, interpersonal communication, and detailed event planning. He/she will also be expected to help with office tasks, running errands, writing letters, assisting with mass mailings, reception duties, etc. Preference will be given students already accepted into an International Studies, Political Science, or Public Relations program at an accredited university, although students in other programs are also encouraged to apply.
Interns will be expected to wear Sunday dress and act professionally and to meet the internship credit criteria of their sponsoring university, if applicable.
Submit: resume and cover letter (addressed to Mr. Lance Walker) on eRecruiting
Deadline date: November 18, 2011 @11:59pm