M. Linley B. Beckner LEAP Symposium 2010 e-Philanthropy and Development Internship, New York, New York. Image: Marching with IGLHRC in New York Pride. Working Toward All Rights for All: Developing Equality.
M. Linley B. Beckner
LEAP Symposium 2010
e-Philanthropy and Development Internship, New York, New York
Image: Marching with IGLHRC in New York Pride
Working Toward All Rights for All: Developing Equality
How did I work towards all rights for all through my internship with the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC)?
“Our mission is advancing human rights for everyone, everywhere to end discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.”
How did my day-to-day work support the overall efforts of IGLHRC?
How important is the behind-the-scenes work in the overall efforts of nonprofit organizations?
What prepared me to intern with IGLHRC?
Mount Holyoke College
Were my expectations met? What did I learn?
Where do I go from here?
My sincerest appreciation to those who helped make this internship possible!
Thanks to Rebecca Libed, my supervisor, for her wise advice and for the wonderful opportunity of interning with IGLHRC!
Thank you for everything!
Many Thanks to the People Who Made it Possible!
The CDC, who funded the experience.
The Brandon/Bommer/King family, who hosted me this summer.
INTERESTED IN INTERNING WITH IGLHRC?
Please email me, Linley Beckner, at: