Mission: The mission of IJM is to rescue thousands, protect millions, and prove that justice for the poor is possible.
I worked at International Justice Mission full-time (Less than a year)
Very hands on: one on one meetings with supervisors often, a mentor to meet with monthly or more, workshops and seminars, and more. Tons of amazing resources offered to you in an environment that is heathy. Seemed like a great way to move into a permanent role with IJM, knew a lot of people who did that.
Its an unpaid internship and DC is expensive (that's really it).. During my time there the intern support staff (HR people who help guide interns) were very "clickly" with certain interns which was irritating because it caused many people to feel left out, but I doubt they are working in those same roles now.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at International Justice Mission.
Interviewed with five different people. Given both technical questions and questions based on experience. The HR one was mainly about my own spiritual walk. Nothing surprising. Everyone was really friendly and HR reached out to me again within a week.
Lead the fight to end violence against the poor in Kampala, Uganda.
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