For ages 18-22 from United Methodist Minority Caucuses, Central Conferences
Deadlines to submit applications for internships are the following:
Dec.1 for applicants outside the United States.
Feb. 1 for applicants in the United States.
Photo right: The 2014 racial/ethnic minority young adult interns are pictured around the Peace Pole outside the United Methodist Building in Washington, D.C.
Deadlines have been announced to apply for a 2015 Ethnic Young Adult (EYA) Summer Internship in social justice placements in the U.S. capital. The EYA program is for persons, ages 18-22 from United Methodist racial/ethnic minority caucuses and Central Conferences, who have an interest in exploring issues of public policy, social justice advocacy and social change.
Sponsored by the General Board of Church & Society (GBCS) and the denomination's Inter-Ethnic Strategy Development Group, the summer internship, May 27-August 1, is for young adults representing the five ethnic minority caucuses of The United Methodist Church: Native Americans, Pacific-Islanders, Hispanic/Latinos, African Americans and Asian Americans.
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