Meridian Freedom Project: Freedom Summer 2019 Internship
Are you interested in applying to intern at the Meridian Freedom Project? Great, you're in the right place.

To begin, we strongly recommend you take some time to research our organization and this position.
1. The full job description lives here:
2. Learn more about the MFP at

You only need a few things to apply:

1. In an email to (Subject Line: "MFP FS19 Internship") send us:
- Your resume
- A cover letter telling us more about yourself and why you want to be a Freedom Summer 2019 intern
- Two references (please be sure to notify/ask your references first)
We must receive applications by 11:59 pm CT the day of each deadline round.

2. Fill out this Google Form (Continued Below).

Your resume and cover letter will be reviewed by our staff. If you’re a good fit for this role, we will reach out to you.

Deadline: April 15, 2019

Due to the nature of our funding, this internship is unpaid, however, we strongly suggest applicants seek funding through their college or university. We have found great success in obtaining funding through Offices for Civic Engagement. We also recommend investigating stipends through scholarships and your degree program.

Please email (Subject Line: "MFP FS19 Questions") if you have any questions, we want to make sure you have the means to engage in this opportunity and know that we're here to help.

Freedom Fellows and Freedom Summer interns battling it out in a Friday afternoon game of water balloon dodge ball. Past summer teams have represented Grinnell, Johns Hopkins University, Harvard, Duke, the University of Houston, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Jackson State University, Kenyon College, Mississippi State University, the University of Mississippi, Sewanee, the University of Texas, and Wellesley College.
What is your first name? *
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What is your last name? *
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What is your email? *
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What college/university do you currently attend? *
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What is your standing entering Fall of 2019? *
What is your major/course of study? *
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Which traditional academic subject area would you prefer to support during Freedom Summer 2019? *
You may select more than one. Each team mate supports or co-leads one section of an academic class in partnershipwtih other team mates and experienced teachers.
Considering your passions, interests, and skills, which, if any, elective classes could you see yourself leading and teaching during Freedom Summer 2019? *
Each teammate either leads or assist with one afternoon elective class that is offered for one hour, 2-3 times per week during the month of June. Past elective classes have included, but are not limited to: cooking, literary magazine, French, drama, art, dance, step, garden club, fitness, mythbusters, etc...
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Do you have any conflicts from 5/28/19 - 07/26/19? *
It's great if you don't, but otherwise please tell us about weddings, graduations, etc... Note, we are closed on holidays such as Memorial Day and Independence Day.
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What do you hope to learn and gain from this internship? What drives your interest in our work? *
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During the month of July, Freedom Fellows and FS19 team mates spend three weeks traveling on camping trips throughout the South focusing on the arts and Civil Rights history, as well as an incredible college immersion week at Mississippi State University. Last summer's travels took us through Mississippi, Alabama. and Tennessee.
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