The Interns for Justice (IFJ) program is an 8-10 week summer service opportunity for University of Portland students. Throughout the summer, interns serve with organizations that work alongside traditionally underserved or marginalized populations. Interns build deep relationships with the people and communities with which they serve, critically examine root causes of poverty and injustice, and intentionally reflect on lived experiences.
This experience allows students to engage issues of social justice, participate in social change, and discern possible careers or further engagement in the field.
Read our 2020 Interns for Justice Blog here.