Why work at USCIRF? In addition to helping advance the cause of international religious freedom, you can gain practical experience with and exposure to the U.S. federal government, develop and hone skills that are transferrable to any work environment, network within the Washington, D.C. community by attending events on Capitol Hill and at local organizations, and more.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is an independent, bipartisan, U.S. federal government commission – the first of its kind in the world – that monitors the universal right to freedom of religion or belief abroad. USCIRF reviews the facts and circumstances of religious freedom violations and makes policy recommendations to the President, Secretary of State, and Congress. USCIRF Commissioners are appointed by the President and Congressional leadership of both political parties.