Prison Fellowship, Lansdowne, Virginia

 

A variety of exciting internship opportunities are available for the summer of 2011 with Prison Fellowship Ministries, a Christian ministry located in Lansdowne, Virginia, 25 miles outside of Washington, DC.  I would certainly appreciate your efforts in sharing this information with Christian students and Christian-oriented organizations on your campus.

Our program provides students with practical work experience in a Christian environment, while structuring the internship to meet each students’ academic requirements.  Internships encompass a variety of fields of study including: marketing, business administration, events, liberal arts, public policy, criminal justice, research, political science, and information technology.  Each internship opportunity offers $7.25 per hour and there’s a housing opportunity out-of-town students can take advantage of as well.  All interns also participate in stimulating events such as visits to Capitol Hill, meeting with Christian political leaders, and worldview Bible studies.  More information about these details can be found on our website, www.prisonfellowship.org/internships

If you are interested please e-mail your cover letter and resume to internresumes@pfm.org.  Visit our website at www.prisonfellowship.org for a complete description of the purpose and goals of the ministry as well as news and current events.  Again, to reference our internship program online, visit us at www.prisonfellowship.org/internships.

Sincerely,

Meaghan Stoner
Intern Program Coordinator
Prison Fellowship

 

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