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Woodrow Wilson Center: Internships on America and the Global Economy

The Program on America and the Global Economy (PAGE) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars ( Washington, D.C.) seeks interns each semester. Application deadlines are as follows:
Spring Internships: November 15
Summer Internships: March 15

Requirements:
The Program on America, and the Global Economy studies issues and hosts events related to globalization, especially U.S. competitiveness and education, innovation and technology policy, energy developments, and global economics and trade.

ASL Grad Looking for Marketing Assistant Intern in California

A former ASL student now working in California is currently looking for a native German speaker for an internship as a marketing assistant with the company Accesory Power in Westlake Village/California.

Internships at the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project

Summary: The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project, a documentary editing project located on the Campus of The George Washington University, is seeking undergraduate and graduate interns for the summer of 2012. The Project collects, transcribes, and accessions material by and to Eleanore Roosevelt relating to her life and life’s work.

Internship with the Delegation of the EU in Mexico

Summary: The Delegation of the EU in Mexico is currently looking for an intern for the Political, Press and Information Section. Students have the chance to work in close cooperation with the EU delegates for Mexico and will gain insight into EU/Latin American relations.

Internship at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC

Summary: The Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) at the Woodrow Wilson Center is currently accepting internship applications for the Spring 2012 academic semester.

Open Slots for Summer Internships in Africa and Brazil

Still looking for a summer internship? The German internship agency Mylabadi still has open slots for internships in Africa and Brazil. Every year, students are welcome to apply to various internship options with affordable accommodation and board in ten different African countries. Possible employers include media firms, parishes, schools, and health centers among many others.

For more information, please check out the website or contact Klemens Köhler.

Editorial Intern, Ethics & International Affairs

Summary: Ethics & International Affairs, the journal of the Carnegie Council, seeks a part-time Summer intern. The goal of the journal is to bridge the gap between theory and practice by integrating rigorous thinking about principles of justice and morality into discussions of the practical policy dilemmas that frequently arise in global politics. The journal publishes articles in three broad theme areas: ethics, war, and peace, global social justice, and religion in politics.

Editorial Intern, The National Interest

Summary: The National Interest, a bimonthly magazine offering in-depth but accessible debate and commentary on today's critical foreign policy issues, is accepting applications for summer internships. Interns will gain experience in all aspects of the publication process—from editing to research and publicity to production.

Responsibilities: researching potential articles and authors; reviewing and copyediting articles; fact-checking submissions; maintaining media and other databases; supporting webmaster; assisting with issue layout.

Human Resources Internship, Council on Foreign Relations

Summary: As part of the human resources team, the Human Resources Intern will report directly to the Deputy Director and will provide administrative support to both the Deputy Director and the Assistant. He/she will also provide administrative support to the department's functions including; employee records management, employee activities, and recruitment support. This is a good opportunity for someone who is looking to learn and begin a career in human resources.

A modest stipend is offered upon completion of the internship.

Communications Internship at the Vera Institute of Justice in NYC

Summary: The Institute is currently seeking a part-time intern to assist in the operations of its communications department. This is an opportunity to contribute to a multi-faceted, state of the art operation and to learn about how high-quality material is developed and disseminated key constituents who can learn and benefit from it. Interns will be expected to work approximately 15 hours per week.

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