Part of what has made our work so successful are the students who work as interns in our office. Interns at PFADP work on field organizing, media relations, fund raising, and other aspects of PFADP's work.
PFADP staff works with our interns to create quantifiable goals for each internship and assigns projects based on each intern's interests and skills. Past interns have written articles for and helped edit our newsletter Take Action, Not Lives; implemented grassroots education and mobilization efforts through telephone campaigns and organizing community meetings and forums; developed PFADP's website and email systems; organized special events; and worked on mobilizing students at dozens of college campuses.
PFADP Interns Shannon O'Shaughnessey, Lee Lilley and Catherine Trottman at the NC General Assembly (Photo by J Strange © PFADP).
PFADP has sponsored interns from the following educational institutions:
Many interns receive academic credit. PFADP sometimes provides stipends for summer interns.
- Bennington College
- Chapel Hill High School
- Duke University
- Elon University
- Princeton University
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Wake Forest University
PFADP encourages students of all backgrounds to consider an internship with PFADP.
To learn more about interning at PFADP, send an inquiry expressing the reason for your interest in interning with PFADP to:
People of Faith Against the Death Penalty
sdear (at) pfadp (dot) org