Be a 2013 Missionary for Life!
Nowhere else will you get the one-of-a-kind experience of meeting pro-life and conservative leaders, learning how the pro-life grassroots movement works, and seeing Congress in action!
Selected candidates will start their rotating internship in Manassas, VA in June and finish in August.
Candidates will work for 3 weeks in each of the following offices: Students for Life of America headquarters, another national pro-life organization, and a pro-life Congressional office on Capitol Hill.
As a Missionary for Life, your housing will be provided. Missionaries will stay with selected host families in the D.C. area.
- Submit your resume
- Send a short paragraph on why you want to be selected as a 2013 Missionary for Life
- Tell us if you will be able to bring a car (as some host families do not live near public transportation)
- Applications are due March 15, 2013!
What past Missionaries said about the SFLA Missionary for Life Program:
“This experience has given me not only knowledge of the workings of the pro-life movement but as well contacts within the movement. Networking is key and I feel that the people I have connected with are people that can aide me in being successful in my future pro-life work.”
–Emily Espinola, Franciscan University
“Spending this summer as a Missionary for Life intern has equipped me with the knowledge, resources, and the inspiration necessary to make me twice as effective as a student leader. Having gained a more comprehensive understanding of the pro-life movement, I now know all the different angles from which I can approach the issue on my campus and am now streaming with new ideas of how I will help bring about a culture of life on my campus.”
–Steven McNulty, Clarion University
“Thanks to my experiences this summer with SFLA, I will now spend a lifetime devoting time to the pro-life movement. I’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the most devoted pro-life activists in the nation, and they have truly inspired me to work tirelessly for the unborn.”
–Jennifer Kacerosky, University of Florida