Episcopal Urban Intern Program

Organization Description: 

nterns serve full-time with agencies working for social change in LA. They hold positions with specified duties and responsibilities and receive appropriate training and supervision.

EUIP partners with different agencies around LA to provide interns with high-level, meaningful engagement with problems and solutions of social injustice. EUIP has partnered with agencies serving the homeless, the unemployed, abused children, at-risk youth, and persons living with HIV/AIDS.

6125 Carlos Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Mission Statement: 

The Episcopal Urban Intern Program (EUIP) is a year-long service learning project of the Jubilee Consortium. Each fall, EUIP gathers a new class of young adults from across the United States to live in Christian community and to work for change in some of Los Angeles CountyÂ’s most innovative and effective social service agencies.

Our mission is to raise up a new generation of change leaders for the church and the world who will spend their whole lives working to expand GodÂ’s reign of peace and justice for all people. EUIP prepares young adults to become such leaders.

EUIP is part of the Episcopal Service Corps (ESC), a network of young adult programs within the Episcopal Church that work for social change and personal transformation through service to others.

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