PFM is comprised of Prison Fellowship, the world’s largest outreach to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families and Breakpoint, which equips Christians to live out their faith in the culture. For more information about the exciting and diverse ministry of PFM, visit our website at www.pfm.org.
PFM’s National Office invites you to apply your academic experience in a Christian ministry environment by offering the enclosed list of dynamic internships. Our National Office location in Lansdowne, VA is also a great place to spend the summer due to it’s proximity to Washington, DC. Apply now to make a difference as we reach out to people to change lives, minds, and communities through Jesus Christ. E-mail your resume and cover letter expressing interest to email@example.com. On the rare occasion you do not have email, you can fax to: 703-554-8609 attn: Internship Program. Email is preferred. Please visit us at www.pfm.org/internships and review the Program Guide to answer your initial questions.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT: RESTORATIVE JUSTICE (30-40 HRS/WK) – 2 OPENINGS
Assist in the reformation of the criminal justice system to reflect biblically based principles of restorative justice! You will work both in Lansdowne and on Capital Hill with restorative justice staff and focus on various criminal justice activities and reform projects as well as research, write, and develop articles related to restorative justice practices and programs. Additional aspects of this high profile position include the need to prepare materials for and participate in meetings about legislative issues on Capitol Hill, answer inquires about restorative justice from subscribers and supporters, and assist with website development and management. The qualified individual(s) will possess strong research and writing skills, strong written and oral communication skills, PC proficiency including Internet skills, and familiarity with government. Minimum one year of college education completed. Suggested Major(s): Public Policy, Law, Criminal Justice, or Political Science
ASSISTANT TO PUBLIC POLICY DIRECTOR (20-40 HRS/WK) - 2 OPENINGS
Promote the Christian Worldview on Capital Hill! You will assist in conducting Christian worldview training on Capitol Hill by helping to develop, research, plan, and execute various grassroots, legislative, and political initiations. Also help build databases and improve communication with Members of Congress, the Executive Branch, other non-profit and advocacy groups, the press and grassroots constituents. The qualified individual(s) will possess PC proficiency, strong Internet research and writing skills, experience and/or interest in researching legal and public policy issues, and the ability to be a self-starter. Suggested Major(s): Political Science or Public Policy, Communications, or Journalism