Ms. Michaela Howard
Corporate Accountability International (formerly INFACT) is a membership organization that protects people by challenging irresponsible and dangerous corporate actions around the world. For more than 35 years, Corporate Accountability International and its members have led the way to protect people and save lives by waging and winning bold campaigns that safeguard public health, human rights, and the environment from corporate abuse. Corporate Accountability International currently runs three long-term strategic campaigns: Challenge Corporate Control of Water (advancing and protecting the human right to water), Challenge Corporate Abuse of our Food (challenging the corporate-driven epidemic of diet-related disease) and Challenge Big Tobacco (working with allies around the world to secure policies that protect public health in spite of tobacco industry interference).
Opportunities for Student Involvement:
Divinity students working with Corporate Accountability International have the unique opportunity to work with religious leaders and congregations to build faith-based involvement in campaigns for corporate accountability and social justice. Specific projects will include organizing religious leaders and activists at the local, regional and national level and preparing grant applications to religious institutions.
Corporate Accountability International's campaign headquarters are conveniently located near public transportation, just a short walk from Park St Station (GREEN and RED-lines) and Downtown Crossing (RED and ORANGE-lines). We provide public transit passes.
Arts of Ministry Competencies Offered:
- Administration and Program Development
- Public Leadership, Community Organizing, and Planning
Classroom sessions and ongoing trainings will be provided by senior campaign staff. Meetings with a supervisor will take place each week for planning, evaluation, theological reflection, and consultation.
- Number of Students: 1
- Total Compensation: $5000.00
- Type of Compensation: Direct Pay from Site