Mission Center: The Episcopal Church: Advocacy

Be an Intern or Volunteer

The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations is pleased to offer legislative internships to volunteers, students, seminarians, bishops, laity and Anglican partners.   Internships are open to college age students ideally in their junior or senior year for the spring, fall and summer semesters.  While it is preferred that applicants be Episcopalian, it is not required. 

Interns will have the opportunity to work closely with our grassroots coordinator and policy analysts, provide administrative support, contribute to policy research, work with ecumenical and secular coalitions, and attend Congressional committee hearings.  The internship experience will provide interns with a general understanding of Congressional procedure as well as how staff and members of the Episcopal Public Policy Network effectively advocate the positions of the General Convention and Executive Council of the Episcopal Church.  Weekly staff meetings keep interns updated on the status of key legislation and advocacy strategy.

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