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OII is looking for Summer Interns to work on the Peach project (ethical, legal and social issues in virtual environments) and the Oxford eSocial Science (OeSS) project (social shaping of e-Research technologies and collaborative distributed science).
The Open Society Fellowship enables outstanding individuals from around the world — journalists, activists, academics, practitioners — to work on projects that inspire meaningful public debate, shape policy, and inform the thinking and activities of the Open Society Institute and the Soros Foundations Network.
Media Access Project (MAP) is a non-profit, public interest law firm that has been practicing telecommunications law for more than thirty years. MAP generally has openings for 2 full-time legal interns during the summer and 1-2 full/part-time legal interns during the school year.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit legal foundation dedicated to preserving civil liberties online, invites outstanding law students to apply for internship positions at EFF offices in San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Interns will work with EFF's legal team to litigate cutting-edge issues surrounding new technologies.
Internships in the programs department offer opportunities to learn about organizing screenings, doing community outreach and using films as a tool for social change. You will gain hands-on experience from working with community, regional and national organizations, institutions and museums on organizing screenings and events as well understand what goes behind putting together film festivals, conferences, panels and workshops. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to learn about building web content and engaging the public to use social justice issue films.