Tolerance Means Dialogue Internships (DEADLINE EXTENDED)

Law Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson is in search of highly motivated undergraduate students who are interested in the law to assist with outreach, participant recruitment, communications, and social media for The Tolerance Means Dialogues. This funded series of dialogues around the country is aimed towards finding creative and constructive approaches to bridging difference in our society over issues that have divided us, like gay rights—with the goal being that every voice is heard.  

Learn more about the project here.

Interns will work three to five hours/week on the project. The time commitment includes the following:

  • Occasional lunch meetings (food provided)  with Prof. Wilson and members of her Tolerance Means Dialogue team at the Law School.
  • A weekly conference call with other members with the team.
  • Working with the team to devise recruitment and outreach strategies.
  • Writing blog, social media, email content
  • Other tasks as determined to help advance this project.
  • Enrollment in ENGL 199-INT (CRN 63954), the Internship Seminar — a one-credit, online class in the second eight weeks that will give you academic credit for your internship. Note that the internship will begin before the course does. (Contact about enrolling in the seminar after your acceptance.)

If you are interested, please email your resume to Carla Gall, Office Manager (, with “Tolerance Internship” in the subject line by 9am on Friday, August 24. Monday, Sept. 3.