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For immediate applications:  Scholars at Risk position openings (4)

Applications are still being considered for the following opportunities:

1. Fall Intern, Protection Services (Unpaid, F/T and P/T available):  This position provides primary support to the Protection Services team, including reviewing, researching and assessing applications for assistance from scholars facing threats to their lives; providing support for placement efforts at SAR network member universities; communicating with scholars assisted by the network; and compiling nomination documents for SAR staff to share with network representatives. The position reports to the Program Officer for Protection Services. Click here for full position description.

2. Summer Remote Intern, Advocacy (Unpaid, P/T):  This position provides primary support to SAR's protection and prevention efforts, including researching and investigating attacks on higher education communities through SAR's Academic Freedom Monitoring Project and/or researching and advocating for scholars and students facing alleged unjust restriction, prosecution or imprisonment through the Scholars in Prison project. The position reports to the Program Officer for Protection Services and Advocacy Officer. Click here for full position description.

3. Program Associate (Paid, F/T): The position supports SAR's protection services, including reviewing, researching and assessing applications for assistance from scholars facing threats to their lives; providing support for placement efforts at SAR network member universities; communicating with scholars assisted by the network; providing scholars with advice and referrals; compiling nomination documents for SAR staff to share with network representatives; and supervising casework interns. Click here for full position description.

4. Summer and/or Fall Development and Communications Intern (Unpaid, P/T): The Development/Communications Intern will learn about all aspects of fundraising for nonprofits, through grant writing, prospect research, database management, cultivation event planning and oversight, and communications strategies including developing content for the website and newsletter and social media campaigns. The successful candidate will have an interest in human rights, international relations, and higher education, excellent research and writing skills, will be detail-oriented and organized, and able to work independently. Interns will gain an overview of the human rights field as well as valuable insight into institutional planning and growth. They will have the opportunity to gain exposure to the wide range of SAR's work. A commitment of 15 hours a week (within normal business hours) is required. This is an unpaid position. SAR internships are also eligible for college credit. To apply email a cover letter and resume to jdavey@nyu.edu.

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