| Internship Available
The Chicago Alliance for the International Criminal Court is still seeking an intern to work on its local campaign to promote U.S. participation in the ICC. The position is unpaid, but permits flexible task-based scheduling and would provide valuable experience for a variety of fields. The successful applicant will be given ample guidance but will be expected to work with little supervision. As a result, this internship provides an excellent opportunity for the intern to gain considerable expertise in a position of significant responsibility. Academic credit may be available as the internship could be tailored to fit specific requirements; all necessary documentation will be supplied to the credit-granting institution. Required hours would vary with activity, but should generally range between 10 and 30 hours per week:
Communications Director: Will be the primary media liaison for the CAICC, responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the drafting and dissemination of press releases, preparing and circulating news updates on the website, and monitoring local and national media for relevant news and editorial coverage. As the organization grows, the intern will oversee the distribution of news to member groups as well as play a primary role in planning media events. Applicants should have related educational and/or professional or volunteer experience, current students may apply, especially English, journalism and communications majors. Familiarity with the ICC and international criminal law are preferred but not required.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter and resume. All applications will be responded to.
| Upcoming Events
Convener Dan Thomann will be speaking at a meeting of the American Ethical Union on Saturday, October 21, in Skokie, IL. Please check back soon for more details, or email us with any questions.