The Ethnic Young Adult Internship (EYA) program from the General Board of Church & Society is designed for young justice-seekers who want to unpack their faith and identity. EYAs are placed with partner organizations working to address social injustices. They also participate in seminars that look at a wide variety of social issues through a faith perspective and help them gain an understanding of The United Methodist Church's commitment to social holiness. Interns gain practical skills and professional and leadership development. Applicants must be ages 18-22, a member of a United Methodist church, be in college or working full-time, and self-identify as a person of color. The program will run June 6-August 1, 2020. Apply here by March 1, 2020.