Internships and Jobs of the Week: International Opportunities

International Talent Analyst Program

ING Financial Services, LLC.

Are you eager to be part of one of the top players in the field of financial services? Do you share our belief that winning is not about luck, but about understanding our clients? Then here is a deal you don’t want to miss: The International Talent Program (ITP). Your first year begins with a challenging orientation phase of 12 months where you are assigned to 3 separate, high-profile rotations throughout different teams within a business area. Afterwards, you are placed in an area of specialization for your fixed position. Your placement will depend upon a number of factors, including your ambitions, talent and the business needs.

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Nonviolence International

Would you like to learn about the power of nonviolence, the global movement taking shape now, and nonprofit management too?

Internships are for 12 to 14 weeks in the spring, summer, autumn and winter. This internship is based in Washington, DC. Interns must be able to dedicate 15-20 hours per week on average to their assigned work. A person of any major or field of interest is welcome to apply, a commitment to the concept of human rights and justice is one of the only requirements to achieve success at Nonviolence International.

As Nonviolence International’s staff is relatively small, interns play an integral role in NI’s projects and functioning as a cohesive organization. While interns work closely with an NVI staff member, they are also expected to exhibit independence, creativity and self-sufficiency. Interns must be able to dedicate 15-20 hours per week on average for a minimum of three months. Each intern will have their time split between research, programmatic support, organizational outreach, and administrative tasks.

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International Relations Teaching Assistants (Residential Summer Employment)

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (Summer Programs)

The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth has exciting summer employment opportunities for graduate and advanced undergraduate students and alumni interested in teaching international relations.

For decades, CTY summer programs have provided a fun and enriching experience for the most academically advanced elementary, middle, and high school in the world.

Working with CTY in the summer can provide a great experience where you get to work with small classes of bright and motivated students interested in international relations. Positions are available on the East and West coasts. Room and board are provided in addition to salary for staff at residential sites. Opportunities are available for staff to work either three or six weeks.

Our international relations courses are:
Model United Nations and Advanced Geography (5th-6th graders)
International Politics (7th-10th graders)
Global Politics: Human Rights and Justice (10th-12th graders)

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Posted by Max Zhang
Max Zhang Experiential Education Specialist; Chinese Language & Culture Advisor Max Zhang