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    Student intern sought for pro-life, pro-family policy group in Alaska

    AlaskaWatchman.com

    Alaska Family Council (AFC) is seeking a summer intern to help promote pro-family, pro-life and religious liberty freedoms in Alaska.

    The non-profit public policy organization needs a college student who will work with President Jim Minnery to implement public policy goals in Alaska.

    The intern will put in 20 hours a week through mid-August. Pay is $200 a week and college credit can be earned for the work.

    Primary duties entail helping create values voter guides for the 2020 elections. This involves working with political campaigns and researching candidates. Applicants should have a passion for family policy issues and be able to work with very little supervision.

    Applicants must be enrolled in college either at the undergraduate, graduate or law school level, and be competent in Excel, Word, Outlook and web-based research. They should also have strong written and oral communication skills along with access to transportation.

    To apply, email a resume, writing sample and contact information for two references to jim@akfamily.org. Write “Intern Application” in the subject line.

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