You only need a few things to apply: 1. Send your resume and a cover letter telling us more about yourself and why you want to be a Freedom Summer 2016 intern to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We must receive applications by 11:59 pm CT the day of each deadline round.2. In the same email, include two references (make sure you ask them first!) that we can contact.3. Fill out this Google Form.
Our Application Rounds are as follows, please note, our teams are small (but mighty) and applying in Round 1 or 2 is preferred:Round 1: Applications must be in 01/08/2016, notification of interview will be sent out by 01/26/2016Round 2: Applications must be in 02/08/2016, notification of interview will be sent out by 02//23/2016Round 3: Applications must be in 03/24/2016, notification of interview will be sent out by 04/15/2016
Ole Miss applicants: Applications must be in by 02/15/2016 to be considered for funding
The full job description lives here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9dTGyk8yxWUcFZzZTBtWGxISWc/view?usp=sharing
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.
Protip: Take a look at each of our websites to familiarize yourself with what each specific site brings to the table. We ask you to preference your sites in this form: Sunflower County Freedom Project: http://sunflowerfreedom.org/Meridian Freedom Project: http://themeridianfreedomproject.com/
Due to the nature of our funding, this internship is un-paid, 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 at many colleges. Robertson Scholars and Lott Institute/Honors College applicants from Ole Miss will be funded.
Please email email@example.com 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.