AFJN facilitates internship opportunities for individuals who share the organization’s values and dedication to U.S. relations with Africa that foster justice and peace.

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Internship Application

Applications, cover letters, writing samples, and resumes must be submitted online and emailed to


Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Applications for school credit internships must be received no less than a month prior to (call for exceptions 202-817-3670) the beginning of the semester.

Interns are not paid, but daily transportation costs will be covered.

Intern responsibilities vary according to each candidates’ abilities and interests.

Past interns were given tasks that include: issue research and analysis, direct advocacy, writing for AFJN website, social media and newsletters, attending in-person and online meetings and conferences, database entry, website maintenance, and event organizing.

Candidates must complete the online form, submit a coverletter, writing sample and resume, both online and emailed to

Email Jacquest Bahati for more information at

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