Join CAM’s Growing Team as an Intern and Help Fight Antisemitism Globally
The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) is a global coalition engaging more than 650 partner organizations and nearly two million people from a diverse array of religious, political, and cultural backgrounds in the common mission of fighting the world’s oldest hatred. CAM acts collaboratively to build a better future, free of bigotry, for Jews and all humanity.
Position: Internships Across CAM Departments
CAM is seeking inspired and talented individuals to join our growing team as interns. As a young movement, we operate like a start-up and are seeking interns who will help us achieve our next level of growth in the struggle against resurgent contemporary antisemitism. We work cooperatively across our team and are on a mission to end the world’s oldest hatred.
Internships are available in our Partnerships, Data, Marketing and Social Media, Special Projects, Europe, and Latin America departments.
Key Functions (specific tasks will vary depending on department):
- Work with the team to conduct outreach to potential new diplomatic partners, local, regional, federal, and international officials to grow CAM’s network of advocacy.
- Assist the team with researching antisemitism trends and monitoring antisemitic incidents worldwide.
- Help aggregate and analyze data and trends for the CAM Antisemitism Research Center.
- Help devise and execute creative ideas and campaigns to fight antisemitism and turn CAM into a viral online platform for audiences around the world.
- Collaborate with the team to prepare CAM’s weekly global antisemitism newsletter, monthly reports, and other materials, which are read by thousands of grassroots supports, influencers, diplomats, and decisionmakers.
- Assist the team with the production of international events and forums.
- Monitor events and discussions of issues pertaining to antisemitism and the Jewish world.
- Support the team with outreach and engagement for initiatives and campaigns.
- Ad-hoc responsibilities as required.
- Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, humanities, or related fields.
- Prior internship experience is preferred, but not required.
- A strong commitment to human rights and international affairs with demonstrated knowledge of antisemitism and the Jewish world. Interfaith experience is a plus.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills in English and familiarity with Microsoft Excel and Word are required.
- Strong or intermediary ability to conduct in-depth online research.
- Comfortable with 100% remote-work.
Terms and Conditions:
- This is a remote-work position (with office time potentially available for Washington, D.C.-based interns)
- Long-term internship opportunities available (3-9 months).
U.S.-based applicants: Send a CV and cover letter to — email@example.com
Applicants based outside U.S.: Send a CV and cover letter to — firstname.lastname@example.org