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We are not currently accepting interns -- please check back this summer.

Our staff is small, so our interns are truly part of the team. You'll be involved in all aspects of producing the show, from generating story ideas, to sharing the finished product with the world. We are serious about abiding by the Fair Labor Standards Act's guidelines for unpaid internships - especially that internships are for the benefit of the interns. You'll leave us with valuable skills that will impress future employers.

We can work with your school to provide internship course credit. Our internships are unpaid.

About the Internship

The intern will learn about all aspects of producing an interview-format public radio program. The intern will leave this position with an understanding of what makes a good guest, how to find compelling stories and how to write for radio. The intern will have experience with editing interviews and generating social media content for a national program.

• Research story and interview ideas
• Pre-interview and book guests for interviews
• Write and edit scripts and interview questions
• Assist with editing of audio using Adobe Audition
• Assist with upkeep of website for show
• Maintain social media presence on Facebook and Twitter for the show

Previous work, school and/or internship experience in journalism, preferably radio and/or audio production. Knowledge of or interest in world religions. Strong writing skills.

How to Apply
Email your resume to senior producer Laura Kwerel: In the subject line, write "Internship Application." In the body of the email, tell us a little bit about yourself and why you'd like to work at Interfaith Voices.

You can email Laura with any questions:

This could be you:

Our summer '16 intern, Ashley Campbell, begins her Ph.D. in Media and Religion this fall at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

Our summer '15 intern, Terrance Ward, at our offices in Washington, DC. Terrance is now studying the soul during her final year at St. Mary's College of Maryland.

Patrick Montague, summer '14, was recently highlighted in his college's alumni magazine, The Mulberry Tree (page 28). Patrick is pictured below with former producer Catherine Roberts, Maureen and senior producer Laura Kwerel.

"[I explored] everything from Japanese Zen masters to Mormon missionaries in Germany; I cannot emphasize how much I learned."

Maureen and our summer '13 intern Allegra Barnes. She is now interning with State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz' office at the Massachusetts State House.

Donald Isaac, our fall 2013 intern, with Catherine, Laura, and Maureen. He just graduated from Bluffton University and is the host and creator of his own radio show, The Chillout Sessions.