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Internship opportunity at Coexist House

last modified Oct 25, 2016 01:09 PM
An exciting chance to work with CIP's sister project, Coexist House - a newly registered charity aiming to transform religious understanding, perspectives and practices and to build better, more peaceful, relationships across divides.

Communications and Marketing Internship


(minimum 4 months’ commitment)


The project is currently in a ‘without walls programming’ phase and is looking for communications assistance from an individual who has the requisite skill set, an appreciation of religious literacy and understanding of faith-based perspectives. Responsibilities will include: publicising Coexist House activities and events, maintaining Coexist House’s profile, both online and in print (including regular updates to our supporters via social media, newsletter etc). The intern may also be called upon to undertake some desktop research, and pull together reports on some of the programmes.


It is expected that the intern will be available for a minimum of 2 days per week. All travel costs and lunch/subsistence expenses to a maximum of £12.50 per day will be covered. The role is to be London-based but home-working will be an option. The role may be suitable for part-time Masters students or full-time PhD students.


We offer the opportunity to gain experience with a dynamic and high-profile new initiative in the not-for-profit sector. Coexist House is supported by the V&A Museum, the City of London Corporation, the University of Cambridge, and the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple.


To apply for this role, please send a CV and covering letter to Mrs Barbara Bennett: The deadline for applications is 7th November 2016.



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