Throughout the years The Marin Foundation has partnered with a number of universities and seminaries across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom to offer credited internship programs for students interested in our bridge building work. Each of our internships are customized by the intern in conjunction with The Marin Foundatin’s staff around the intern’s passion and area of interest. Our philosophy is to empower our interns to think and act critically in real world experiences within the cultural divisiveness that can be the arena of faith, sexuality and public policy. We are not micro-managers and expect our interns to take responsibility for their vision, project, time and use of this internship not just as college credit, but as a serious opportunity to make a difference in this world. The Marin Foundation’s internships are not paid and do not provide free housing, though we are able to assist with fundraising efforts and housing placement.
If you are interested in interning with The Marin Foundation, please email a cover letter explaining your story and potential interests, as well as your resume to Jason Bilbrey at firstname.lastname@example.org.