Today more than ever, young Christian leaders feel compelled by injustice to take their role in Kingdom work more seriously. They are stepping forward to protect those who cannot defend themselves.
Many young Christians feel a distinct calling to advocate for the dignity and rights of the underserved. They seek to respond to pressing physical needs at the same time as caring for spiritual
needs more effectively.
The Center for Global Justice provides grant awards to student interns working on human rights issues, both within the United States and abroad. Please see our Student Intern Profiles page for information about past interns and their experiences. To apply for an internship grant, please follow the link to the internship online application form.
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