Prison Fellowship Ministries, Lansdowne, VA

Prison Fellowship Ministries (PFM) offers exciting and challenging summer internships at our National Office in Lansdowne, Virginia. (located 30 miles west of Washington, D.C.) and numerous field offices. They offer challenging ministry opportunities for college students who want to learn about prison ministry.

Some of their internship positions for Summer, 2010 are: * TRAINING ASSISTANT (Suggested majors: Education, Management, Communications) * DIRECT MARKETING INTERN (Suggested Majors: Marketing, Communications, Business Administration * BREAKPOINT INTERNET EDITORIAL ASSISTANT(Suggested majors: English, Journalism, Communications) * MARKETING ASSISTANT (Suggested majors: Marketing, Business, English, Communications) * MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT (Suggested majors: Marketing, Business, Business Administration, Communications) * MARKETING PUBLICATIONS ASSISTANT (Suggested majors: Marketing, Journalism, Business, Business Administration, Communications) * WEB AUDIO/VISUAL DEVELOPMENT/PRODUCTION ASSISTANT (Suggested majors: Communications, Graphic Design, Photography, Journalism) * WEB CONTENT DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT (Suggested majors: Communications, Computer Science) * RESEARCH ASSISTANT: RESTORATIVE JUSTICE (Suggested majors: Public Posicy, Law, Criminal Justice, Political Science) * PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE ASSISTANT (Suggested majors: Information Technology) * INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERN (Suggested majors: Information Technology)

Contact: Information about internship programs, including National Office internships, is available on: www.pfm.org/internships. Interested students can send their resume and cover letter to: internresumes@pfm.org. specifically expressing the positions of interest; or fax to 703-554-8609; or, mail to: PFM Internshp Program, 44180 Riverside Parkway, Lansdowne, VA 20176 
 

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