Potential Internship Sites

The following are potential placement sites. You may, however, nominate an internship site of your own.

Development Intern at Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, Nashville TN 

Job responsibilities include:
• Engage personally with Second Harvest Food Bank's mission to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in the community by participating in activities that include but are not limited to: volunteering at an Emergency Food Box site, helping to run a Mobile Pantry, delivering food to local agencies with a truck driver, and working alongside volunteers in the warehouse.
• Conduct intensive research for state, regional, and national grant opportunities.
• Develop an archiving system for previous years' hard-copy grant files.
• Develop and implement a marketing strategy to promote First Harvest Café, a bi-weekly lunch fundraiser hosted at Second Harvest, to Second Harvest's neighbors.
• Organize and run volunteer shifts at both Ode to Otha and the Music City Brewer's Fest, two large summer fundraisers.
• Work with the Annual Giving Manager to help coordinate the annual holiday card program and develop a corporate holiday card.
• Enter and edit donor information in the Raiser's Edge database.
• Other duties as assigned.

Contact Hailey Robison at hailey.robison@secondharvestmidtn.org with more questions.

The Church of the Holy Apostles, New York, NY

The Church of the Holy Apostles runs the largest soup kitchen in Manhattan and, in the Episcopal Church nationally. Every weekday, we serve a hot, nutritious meal to some 1,000 of our hungry, often homeless neighbors. We also try to respond to our guests' other myriad needs through our counseling and referrals program, helping folks who are looking for jobs, clothing, detox services, medical care, housing, or assistance with entitlements. Our advocacy efforts seek to address the root causes of hunger and poverty, calling elected officials to care for the most vulnerable among us, and raising public awareness of the needs of our guests. A summer intern at Holy Apostles will have the opportunity to work in various aspects of the soup kitchen program, from serving food and wiping tables to helping guests find a place to stay or a pair of shoes. He or she might also undertake a special educational or advocacy project, depending on interest, need and what is going on in the world around us. Holy Apostles is famous for its soup kitchen, but it is also a lively, diverse urban parish, a community of pilgrims on a journey of faith and ministry together. The Eucharistic meal we share on Sundays is the center of our life together, and the impetus for the meals offered during the week; in fact, they happen in the same space, because the church is the soup kitchen's main dining room. A summer intern will have the opportunity to participate fully in our parish liturgy, education and fellowship. We hope that she/he will bring her/his own faith and doubt to our common life, that she/he will make her/his own connections between worship and social action. Contact: Glenn Chalmers at GBChalmers@holyapostlesnyc.org

Magdalene House, Nashville, TN

See website for more details: http://www.thistlefarms.org/

The Rev. Becca Stevens
P.O. Box 6330-B
Nashville, TN 37235
Phone: 615.322.7336 Fax: 615.343.7119

St. John’s Episcopal Church Lafayette Square, Washington, DC

St. John’s Episcopal Church Lafayette Square is a historic Protestant Episcopal church located across from the White House. From its organization as a parish in 1815 to today, St. John's Church has provided a powerful symbol of faith in the heart of our nation's capital. It is known as "The Church of the Presidents" and registered as a national historic landmark. It serves a parish of about 900 members. The church has active programs of worship (some held in Spanish as well), Christian education and formation, and pastoral care and outreach. For more information about St. John’s visit their website at www.stjohns-dc.org.

The Rev. Dr. Luis León
1525 H. Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Bluestone Farm and Learning Center, Brewster, NY

The community of the Holy Spirit is a monastic community for women in the Episcopal Church, and a witness to the work of the Holy Spirit in the world. The Sisters' loving service extends to all of Creation, and we recognize Earth and all life as a primary revelation of the divine.

Interns participate in our life at Bluestone Farm and Learning Center in Brewster, New York. The CHS sisters strive to live a life reflecting sustainable living, social justice, and spiritual fulfillment. Daily life involves organic farming, (maple sugaring, planting, tending, gathering and preserving food), singing the monastic offices (Lauds, Noonday Prayers, Vespers, Compline), fellowship, "eucharistic living," service to others, and individual artistic pursuits. We keep ducks, chickens, and bees. Among the “living arts” we're learning together are spinning and weaving, wine, soap, and cheese making. Music and humor are life skills important to our life and living in community. Please see our website to learn more about the sisters and the farm: http://www.chssisters.org

Our intern program offers guidance in striving to live a balanced life of work, study, learning, prayer, rest, reflection, and play. Interns participate in the daily offices and liturgies, farm work, the farmer's market and other chores in addition to learning about and reflecting upon topics in science, cosmology, environment, sustainability, justice, and spirituality. The internship program is under the direction of The Reverend Suzanne Guthrie. Please see our internship page for more information.