The Network invites students with interests in religion in public life to apply for a part-time internship. NRPL internships are not paid positions but offer practical experience in research related to the goals of the Network. Applications should be made in the first instance to the Director, Esther D. Reed.

Recent intern projects

Lydia Wraw (Spring 2013)

Lydia assisted with the Art of Narrative Theology in Religious Education project, helping to design curriculum materials for use in schools.

Fiona Murray (Summer 2009)

Religion in the Modern World. Fiona working on new approaches to teaching religion today in a UK context.

Charlotte Alfred (December 2008)

Human Rights in Interfaith Perspective. This project was co-hosted by the NRPL and Devon Racial Equality Council to mark the 60th Anniversary of the UNDHR. Round table events were held in both Exeter and Plymouth at which persons of different faiths, and from various academic disciplines and professions, joined in discussion about the future of human rights in a religiously and otherwise plural world. Charlotte's work focussed especially on the rights of minorities in Islamic perspective.

Sarah Cruikshank (Summer 2008)

Scriptural Reasoning as a Civic Practice in Exeter.