Asia-Pacific Research Intern
Hudson Institute seeks interns to support Hudson’s Asia-Pacific Security Chair as well as other China experts and scholars. The intern will work on issues ranging from economic development to security. In this role, the intern will develop research skills and build knowledge of one of the world’s fastest-growing regions through substantive research work, such as archival studies, writing articles, and drafting research memos for reports. In addition to being exposed to critical issues in these fields, interns will spend significant time discussing these issues with their scholar. Onsite interns also attend weekly educational events featuring experts from Hudson Institute and across Washington, DC. This position is unpaid.
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Administrative/ Development Intern
American Friends of Jamaica, Inc.
The American Friends of Jamaica (AFJ) is a US registered 501 c (3) nonprofit that was established in 1982 to support charitable efforts in Jamaica. We have partnered with individuals, foundations and corporations to support over 350 organizations dedicated to improving life for Jamaicans. Together, we have awarded over U$14 million in grants that positively impact the quality of education, healthcare, and economic development in Jamaica. Our interns learn by doing; by helping us to carry out our mission and vision, you will have an opportunity to make a real impact, develop personally and professionally, and learn the ins and outs of a non-profit organization. Job Description The Administrative Intern will play a key role in role in supporting the 2019 Hummingbird Gala in NYC. The Administrative Intern will perform a variety of administrative and logistical tasks.
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IDELA Communications Intern (Summer 2020)
Save the Children
The IDELA Communications Intern will support the user growth of the International Development and Early Learning assessment (IDELA), an Early Childhood Development assessment designed by Save the Children. The intern will engage with the IDELA website, social media content, and internal systems to drive forward our communications strategy. The intern will also support our internal knowledge management processes.
The IDELA Communications Intern is a role for a driven individual interested in the intersection of education research, international partnerships, and communications. The intern will help implement a communications strategy that works to engage, grow, and inspire a broad international community. The intern should have a keen interest in connecting with new audiences through social media, editing and organizing media content, and supporting internal knowledge management systems.
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