The WATER Internship program offers an opportunity to learn how a small non-profit runs and to see what it takes to nurture and maintain a wide network of feminists and activists worldwide who focus on faith and justice. Interns help with program planning and fundraising as well as access to WATER’s extensive feminist theological library. Internships are unpaid, though WATER helps with logistics such as finding housing. Interns commit to a minimum of six weeks, and can serve for a year or more. Some interns are placed through their universities and others through religious volunteer programs such as Mennonite Voluntary Service, the Loretto Volunteer Program, and Wesley Theological Seminary. Others simply come on their own. Find more information and an application here!