The Lemkin Institute is a non-profit organization that works to prevent genocide. They are currently accepting applications for internships in a variety of areas, including web design, research, fundraising, and more.
Internships are unpaid, but the Lemkin Institute offers a number of benefits to interns, including access to professional training, individualized mentorship, resume building, and career workshops.
If you are interested in interning at the Lemkin Institute, please fill out the application form on their website.
Here are some additional details about the internship opportunity:
Interns will work with a team of experienced professionals to learn about the prevention of genocide and how to make a difference in the world.
Interns will be part of a supportive and collaborative environment where they can learn and grow.
Find your path to a public service career. Apply now for the Program Analysis opportunity with the U.S. Department of State.
This isn’t your typical internship. This is a paid opportunity. Our internships provide opportunities to gain experience and insight into the business of diplomacy as our employees work to advance U.S. interests worldwide. We are looking for diverse, culturally aware, adaptable, strategic-thinking problem solvers. An internship with us is substantive, and rewarding, and offers you a valuable educational experience that will enhance you professionally and personally. And it can potentially lead to a career in public service.
Visit USAJOBS to view the following opportunities and to begin the application process.
This vacancy announcement will be open from June 7th 2023 to June 13th, 2023 or when 50 applications have been received. The vacancy will close on whichever day the first of these conditions are met.
We are pleased to announce that SRAS will be offering free winter break online research internships. Interns who complete the program receive scholarships for study abroad or online study with SRAS.
These will be flexible – based on student interests and student schedules – and allow participants to build up their portfolio of published works via the SRAS Family of Sites.
Current topics of interest center on the Baltics, Eastern or Central Europe, Central Asia, and the Caucasus. They include sport teams, movies, video games, fashion brands, and music groups/artists based there. We will also be open to articles on art, contemporary literature and food. We are particularly interested to hear from heritage speakers of minority languages or Caucasian languages who can research in those languages, provide first-hand perspectives, and potentially contribute to our Talking Phrasebooks. Students with an interest in translation are also encouraged to apply.
Application deadline is 25 May 2023. Internships will run from approximately from first of June to the end of July, but with a high degree of flexibility.
The International Republican Institute has multiple virtual summer internship positions available. These positions are paid and responsibilities vary by position. Please visit the links below to learn more and apply.
Cooperative Education students gain valuable experience while playing a meaningful role in the development of our nation’s secure communications or in the production of foreign intelligence. Programs are available for students majoring in a language-focused majors including Chinese and Russian. Right from the start, you will be involved in real life projects and will have full use of NSA labs, equipment and advanced technologies. These areas will offer you increasing challenges and satisfying learning experiences, since our mission demands that we work on the cutting edge of technology. Language Analysts work directly with the original written or spoken foreign language, determine the relevance of the intelligence collected, research it, analyze it, and put it into context for dissemination to national-level policy makers, military commanders, and other customers. As a participant in NSA’s Co-op Program, you will earn a competitive salary and enjoy many benefits. You will operate under a rotational program, alternating semesters of full-time work at NSAW (Baltimore/Washington area) with full-time study from entry into the program until graduation. New Co-Ops will begin work in either January or August only. We require a minimum of 52 weeks of Co-op work experience prior to graduation. During your tour, you will work a regular 40-hour week. Each work tour is designed to reveal the specific areas you may want to focus on as a career. Qualifications include language-focused majors including Chinese and Russian in a four-year program. Community college students majoring in the above listed major with the intent to pursue a four-year program are also eligible to apply. A 3.0 GPA is preferred. ***PLEASE NOTE: As this program requires students to rotate between semesters of work and study, applicants are encouraged to discuss the possibility of participating in this type of program with their school (Academic Advisor, Co-Op Advisor, Registrar and/or Financial Aid Office, etc.) to determine the effect it may have on their full time student status during scheduled work tours as well as any effects it may have on scholarships and financial aid. If you are selected to process further, you will be required to complete an online interview and take the Defense Language Proficiency Test which measures language proficiency and/or the Defense Language Aptitude Battery which measures potential for learning a foreign language. Invitations and instructions for the online interview and scheduling for the language test will be emailed to you – you must complete these steps before your application can be considered for further processing. Please check your Spam folder just in case these emails landed there instead of your Inbox. You will be required to test within two months of receiving the language test email as this information will be used as part of the selection decision.
Open to: High school seniors, college freshmen and sophomores
Majors/fields: Foreign area studies, computer science, business administration, human resources, public administration, international relations, legal studies, political science, STEM fields, engineering or intelligence analysis
When: May to August over a 10–12-week period. Internship announcements typically open in September or October.
STOKES is a needs-based program offering tuition assistance to students enrolled at accredited colleges or universities, while providing challenging summer work and guaranteed employment in their field of study upon graduation. You will attend classes full-time during the academic year and work at DIA full time during the summer in positions related to your course of study. Once you graduate, you must commit to working at DIA for up to 18 months of continued service for each academic year of the STOKES educational sponsorship. You will also receive other federal and DIA benefits like annual and sick leave, federal holidays, the Civilian Fitness Program, foreign language program and Mass Transit Benefit Program.To be eligible, you must:
Be a U.S. citizen.
Be enrolled or seeking enrollment in an undergraduate degree program.
Be a high school student in your senior year at the time of application.
Have a minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale.
Have exhibited leadership abilities through your extracurricular student activities, civic involvement, volunteer work or part-time employment.
As a college freshmen or sophomore, you will need to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
All immediate family members have U.S. citizenship.
Maintain a security clearance. Dual citizenship holders are not eligible to receive a security clearance through this program.
Seniors and Graduate Students: Are you interested in challenging yourself in an impact-driven career? By joining Teach For America, you will become part of a majority-BIPOC network of leaders shaping our country’s political, economic, and social future.
Want to explore if this is right for you and check out some of the inspiring ways Teach For America alumni are disrupting inequity across education, business, policy, law, medicine, and more? Grab coffee with your UT representative, Alyssa Gonzales-Kirk, here.
Want to explore the application? Submit your 2-hour application to the 2023 corps by January 4th (Rolling Deadline) or by our final deadline on Friday, February 10th.
All majors accepted. Full salary and benefits + $5k-$10k stipend + up to $12k Americorps grant.
Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmxn: Do you want to make a direct impact next semester?
Consider applying to Teach For America’s Ignite Fellowship to work directly with elementary or middle school students this spring. We’re seeking college students to lead virtual, small group tutoring sessions with students during the school days. This is a part-time, paid opportunity to build meaningful relationships with youth, accelerate student success, and hone your leadership skills. Submit your applicationby Sunday, December 18.
Russian Life seeks Digital Editor Interns to contribute to its online publication, The Russia File. Requirements:
Superb English writing skills (native English).
At least intermediate Russian reading ability.
Ability to write succinctly and knowledgeably about Russian culture (with little or no need for style editor intervention).
Excellent online search, fact-checking, and news survey skills.
Basic HTML skills and comfort with CMS and online blog editing systems, including image manipulation, or willingness to gain this skill.
This is a part-time internship that is scoped at 2-3 hours per week and has a modest stipend. It is an excellent opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students interested in building their skills in researching, translating, and writing on a wide range of topics.
If you feel you have what it takes, use the application form to submit your information.
The U.S. Department of State’s paidStudent Internship Program Summer 2023 is accepting applications through November 7 at 11:59 PM. College juniors, seniors, or graduate students with at least 60 credit hours earned by the time the internship begins and with a cumulative 3.2 GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. Note: Applicants are considered a college junior if they will be starting the junior year of college immediately following the completion of the internship. See USAjobs.gov to apply.
The Critical Language Scholarship for 2023 is accepting applications through November 15 at 8 PM ET. Each summer, American undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities across the country spend eight to ten weeks learning one of fourteen languages at an intensive study abroad institute in languages including Russian, Chinese, and Korean. An informational webinar takes place November 8 at 1 PM ET.
The Rangel Summer Enrichment Program for 2023 is accepting applications through February 15, 2023. This six-week program is designed to provide undergraduate students with a deeper appreciation of current issues and trends in international affairs, a greater understanding of career opportunities in international affairs, and the enhanced knowledge and skills to pursue such careers. This program encourages the application of members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need. Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students, with at least sophomore status on the date of the application deadline and must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale at the time of application. Interested students can join an information session on the Summer Enrichment Program on November 3 at 5 PM ET.
Below are multiple opportunities with the German Marshall Fund. These opportunities include full-time jobs and internships in both the United States and Europe. For more information, click the link below.