Apply Now for MPAC Fall Internships in DC & LA
Deadline: Aug. 16, 2013


Los Angeles, CA: The Muslim Public Affairs Council is now accepting applications for civic-minded and passionate students for its fall internship program in Los Angeles or Washington, DC. If you are passionate about getting more involved in your Muslim community, becoming an active citizen and helping shape public opinion and policy about issues such as Islamophobia, civil rights and youth engagement, apply today.
SEE: Fall 2013 Internship Application
Imagine working alongside MPAC in the nation’s capital engaging government officials in policy topics, or in the heart of Hollywood interacting with executives and screenwriters.
"Grab hold of this opportunity to challenge yourself in iMPACting the nation and having your voice heard," said Edina Lekovic , MPAC's Director of Policy and Programming who oversees the internship program. "This is a unique opportunity to be on the front lines of shaping not only the present, but the future of the American Muslim community and our country all at the same time."
Islam and American Muslims are constantly being spoken of in politics, media and the community. Join the conversation through our prestigious internship program. MPAC is dedicated to developing young leaders who are committed to making American Muslims a vital and contributing component in American society by cultivating their research, leadership and communication skills.
Interns take part in weekly leadership classes on professional development and networking, along with hands-on experience in government, media, community engagement, interfaith relations and Hollywood outreach.
Apply for MPAC’s fall internship program – MPAC is looking for bright and aspiring undergraduate and graduate students.

The deadline to apply is Friday, August 16th, 2013.
ALSO SEE: Former MPAC Interns Talk about Their Experience (You Tube)
Since 1988, MPAC has strived to promote a dynamic American Muslim community, and enrich American society through emphasizing the Islamic values of mercy, justice, peace, human dignity, freedom and equality for all. It has served as a trusted resource to federal agencies, the media, law-makers, and Muslim communities as an authentic voice for American Muslims.








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