Apply Today for MPAC's Internship Program

Los Angeles, CA: Are you (or someone you know) interested in working for the American Muslim community, understanding how policy gets shaped, and gaining experience in the non-profit sector? The Muslim Public Affairs Council is now accepting applications for its Spring Internship Program in Washington, DC and Los Angeles, CA.
MPAC interns gain hands-on education, experience and skills in media, community, and government relations. You won't just be filing, you'll get to use your creativity and initiative to enhance or even create effective projects that help fulfill our mission. We are looking for team players who are self-motivated and enjoy working hard.
Interns will be keeping up to date with local and national politics and media, writing reports and analyses, and will have an opportunity to interact with government officials, attend press conferences and events. The MPAC-DC office is located across the street from the Supreme Court, Capitol Building, and all of the Senate Office Buildings, allowing interns to experience the political atmosphere of Washington firsthand. MPAC-LA is located in the center of one of the nation's media capitols, and regularly engages with media and government professionals as well as interfaith dialogue, hate crime prevention, and community outreach.
Deadline: February 2, 2007
For the spring, only part-time internships are available. If you are a student, we will work with your school to receive academic credit or work study pay. We have flexible hours, including occasional weekend and evening availability. Please call for more information.
Applications for the Internship Program are now available by clicking here or visiting



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