The last Thursday in July is unofficially National Intern Day. What better day to look into internships at organizations fighting modern-day enslavement?
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In 2017 WayUP, a US-based job site app, named the last Thursday in July National Intern Day. Many organizations fighting modern-day enslavement depend on interns and volunteers to help them fight human trafficking. Since many internships are unpaid, not everybody is able to do them. Fortunately, many of the organizations listed on our website are either offering paid internships or hiring!
Click the button above for our directory of anti-enslavement organizations. While many have made the case that internships and volunteer positions can be problematic, these positions are often the gateway to a rewarding and meaningful career, especially if they are with an employer fighting to liberate people from enslavement. Get involved today!
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Domestic Servitude, Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor, Forced Marriage
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