25 May–31 July 2015
Application deadline: Friday, 27 February 2015
The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations’ Washington, D.C. Summer Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the nation’s capital. The program features a demanding mix of professional involvement, intellectual challenge, career exploration, and cultural encounters designed to provide interns with a rich and varied experience during their time in Washington.
• Professional workplace experience: Interns are placed with one of over a dozen Near East and Arab world-related organizations in Washington, D.C., where they are expected to work 35–40 hours/week under the direct supervision of their host organizations.
• Academic seminars: Interns take part in twice-weekly seminar sessions designed to provide them with greater depth of knowledge about the Arab world, to underscore the cultural, economic, and political diversity of Arab states, and to explore the intricacies of Arab-U.S. relations. There will be a particular emphasis, though not exclusively, on Arabia and the Gulf.
• Site visits: Interns receive a behind-the-scenes look at many of the central institutions of federal government, national security policymaking, international diplomacy, and international business. Read More…
Professional development and cultural experience at The American University in Cairo
(must be post-undergraduates)
Interns spend one academic year working at AUC. Each intern fulfills a full-time position in one of seven offices, aligned with their academic and professional interests, where they develop the substantive skills and experience needed to contribute to the AUC community and succeed in their future endeavors. Interns have utilized the skills, knowledge and networks they develop during the program to pursue a variety of meaningful opportunities and careers, including in the fields of government, academia, journalism, and law.
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Application opens: 2Wednesday, July 2 on USAJobs
Application closes: Tuesday, 22 July
Internship period: September 2014–April 2015
The Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS) program is bigger and better than ever. This year for the first time, there are 323 projects from eleven agencies to pick from. There is something for everyone and every skill set. Check out the amazing variety of projects at state.gov.
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Application deadline: 20 June
Fall semester internships dates: 1 September–12 December (dates flexible)
The New York Office of Public and International Affairs for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is seeking two interns to work during the 2014 fall semester. The internship will last approximately 3½ months (40 hours per week). Internships are not paid. Interns are responsible for housing costs and need to provide own laptops.
Intern Duties and Responsibilities
Depending on his/her skills and interests, an intern could expect to assist with the monitoring, planning, execution, and follow-up of events. Candidate should demonstrate outstanding skills in writing, creativity, research, problem solving, interpersonal communication, and detailed Read More…
Application deadline: 11 May at 11:59 p.m. EST
Goldman Sachs believes their success is deeply rooted in the unique backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives of their people.
The Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp is a two-day program for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American college undergraduate freshmen and sophomores who are interested in exploring the numerous career paths in the financial services industry and learning more about summer internship opportunities at the firm.
The program features challenging and interactive case studies, Read More…