Global Justice Summer Interns

 

The UUCSJ Global Justice Summer Internship program is so much more than just a regular internship opportunity: it’s an apprenticeship; a time to learn, grow, and be open to changing various parts of oneself. It’s a chance to raise one’s awareness of how oppression and human rights issues manifest in people’s lives; an opportunity to be exposed to dimensions and aspects of society that may not be part of one’s primary community; and lastly, a first-hand look at vocations and careers in social justice.

To date, UUCSJ has placed over 60 interns at dozens of justice and grassroots organizations around the world. Check them out below!

— Meet our 2019 Interns —

— Past Interns —

Click each box for the list of interns

2018 Interns

Julia Beckwith, UU College of Social Justice

Alison Derevensky, Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal

Martina Hildreth, Rural & Migrant Ministry

Shana Kleiner, Anne Margaret Barr Childrens Village

Diana Mercado, RAICES

Sarah Rivers, Rural & Migrant Ministry

Jamie Turcios-Villalta, RAICES

2016 Interns

Abigail Crum, Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal

Rosemary Dodd, RAICES

Martha Durkee-Newman, Anne Margaret Barr Children’s Village

Abhimanyo Janamanchi, Standing on the Side of Love

Abigail Jones, UU Legislative Ministry of New Jersey

Elissa McDavid, Rural & Migrant Ministry

AnaKaren Ortiz Varela, RAICES

Sara Phelps, The Sanctuaries

Lexus Phillips, The Sanctuaries

Leidy Rogers, A Third Place

Clara Weinstein, Rural & Migrant Ministry

Liz Wendell, UU Urban Ministry: Bethany House

2015 Interns

Tara Abhasakun, Vidhayak Sansad

Elizabeth Baggett, Anne Margaret Barr Children’s Village

Katie Carey, Anne Margaret Barr Children’s Village

Carmen Francesco, Vidhayak Sansad

Ah-reum Han, The Sanctuaries

Ruth Hanna, UU Urban Ministry

Joy Ikekuha, Food Chain Workers Alliance

Carter Smith, Standing on the Side of Love

James Spector-Bishop, Food Chain Workers Alliance

Lucy Tucker, Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal

Liz Wendell, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon

Kayla Williams, The Sanctuaries

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