Jobs & Fellowships

Thank you for your interest in employment and research opportunities at the Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute.

Job Postings
  • Designer / Distance Education: The designer will work with a team of faculty and experts to manage the technical operations and content development of the virtual campus and learning management system for online classes about law and religion. The designer will serve as technical support for students and instructors and will be the primary producer of educational interactives. The technician will also manage the content for the center’s website, event management platform and conference app.

(Read the complete job description and learn about the application process. After submitting the application, please complete online interview for the Designer position.)

  • Center Manager: The manager’s duties fall into four areas: administration, finance, communications, and meeting coordination. As the center’s primary administrator, the manager will oversee the office management such as the center’s calendars, human resources, and the center’s task-management system. As the center’s primary financial manager, the professional will work closely with the executive director and the events coordinator to managing the billing, receiving and budgeting of the center’s accounts. The manger will work closely with a team of directors to produce a variety of reports and media such as strategic plans, grant proposals, curricula, and videos. As the hospitality coordinator for the center, the manger will also coordinate various meetings, open houses, and dialogue sessions by arranging events with national experts and working with the events and marketing teams to publicize the events.

(Read the complete job description and learn about the application process. After submitting the application, please complete online interview for the Center Manager position.)

Fellowships
  • We are currently accepting applications from graduate students in the following fields of study:
    • Distance Education
    • Higher Education Administration
    • Law and Religion
    • Religion and Education
    • Religion and News Media
    • Religion and Human Rights
    • Videography / Audio Visual Production
  • Please download the Fellowship Application Form if you are applying for a graduate or post-graduate Research Fellowship in spring, summer or fall of 2017 or the spring of 2018. Please see the posting for application instructions and due dates.
  • All fellowships applicants must be enrolled in and be in good standing with an accredited graduate-degree program in the U.S. and must be eligible to receive academic credit for their fellowship experience.
  • All international applicants must be currently enrolled at an accredited U.S. academic institution and must qualify for a U.S. Visitor’s Visa according to requirements of the U.S. State Department.
Internships
  • The center is not able to accept undergraduate internships at this time.

For questions about the application process or about the Religious Freedom Center, please contact executive director, Nate Walker.

 

Updated: February 13, 2017


 

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