Internships

The Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) Internship Program is designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of the organization’s holistic approach to social justice and grassroots community work. Interns will have an opportunity to work with non-profit professionals on a range of community issues and projects. Positions are open to students currently enrolled in undergraduate and graduate studies or recent graduates. *Students interested in receiving class credit should contact their academic or career counseling department directly for more information.  Please be mindful that registration deadlines vary from university to university.

Development & Training

IMAN seeks to train and cultivate dynamic and talented individuals who are committed to social change and service in the inner city.  All interns receive ongoing mentorship and training throughout their program at IMAN. Your supervisor will oversee your work, help identify project goals, and support your professional development. Additionally, we offer a series of training for your continued education. You also have the opportunity to attend weekly staff and community meetings where you will be introduced to people and programs across the community to understand how IMAN is organizing and creating change.

IMAN internships generally run between the following months:

  • Winter/Spring: January – May
  • Summer: May – September
  • Fall: September – December

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The following deadline dates are recommended, and applications received by these dates will be given priority:

  • Winter/Spring: January 8
  • Summer: June 18
  • Fall: August 24

All internships are unpaid and require a minimum 15-hour/week commitment.

The following internships are currently available.  To apply for an internship, please click on the link(s) below:

Please check back often for updates

*IMAN is an Equal Opportunity Employer