Fall Legislative Intern, Office of Congressman David Scott (GA-13) – Washington, DC

Congressman David Scott seeks a Legislative Intern for the fall semester in his Washington, D.C. office. Responsibilities include daily duties such as greeting visitors, opening mail, answering phones, leading constituent tours, running errands, etc. Interns will also assist with legislative research, draft replies to constituent letters, draft memos, maintain press clips, and work on special projects. Additionally, interns will have the opportunity to attend committee hearings, policy briefings, and sit in on Congressional meetings. Prospective interns should be self-starters who possess strong writing skills, the ability to work in a…

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APSIA Data and Diversity Fellowships – Fall 2018

APSIA is offering the following Fall fellowship positions: Education Data and Analysis Fellowship Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship Applications will be processed on a rolling basis. Deadline to apply is September 3, 2018. Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) seeks a Diversity and Inclusion Fellow. Working with APSIA staff, fellows will assist in APSIA’s outreach to communities traditionally underrepresented in the field of international affairs. Responsibilities: o Assess the diversity of APSIA’s membership through background research and data analysis. o Assist in the execution of APSIA’s…

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Fall Internships, International and Foreign Language Education, US Department of Education – Washington, DC

The International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office promotes the study of foreign languages, and the regions of the world in which those languages are used, at the elementary, secondary, and postsecondary levels in the United States. The office administers programs that provide some $72 million in federal support to increase expertise in foreign languages and area or international studies, primarily through grants to institutions of higher education. We seek motivated students who are anxious to learn and work as part of our team during an unpaid full- or part-time…

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Fall International Communication and Marketing Internship, APSIA – Washington, DC or Remote

Location: Washington DC preferred Hours: Flexible, minimum three days / week Compensation: $500 stipend per semester WHAT YOU DO FOR APSIA: Create website, social media, video, print, and other content to promote APSIA and its events to relevant audiences around the world Work with the Admissions Manager to publicize APSIA events to target audiences in different locations around the world across all channels Create student and alumni profiles for APSIA’s website and marketing materials to tell the story of what can be done with an APSIA degree Work with Executive Director and Admissions…

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Fall Internships, Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency – Washington, DC

The District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) is a unique and dynamic organization dedicated to protecting against, planning for, responding to, and recovering from natural and man-made hazards. About the Program HSEMA’s internship program provides real-world knowledge and experience in emergency management, homeland security efforts, and intelligence analysis. Our Internship Program seeks qualified graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in or who are majoring in the following or similar field(s): Cybersecurity Criminal Justice Emergency Management English Writing – Rhetoric Homeland Security Intelligence Analysis Information Technology/Computer Science…

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We’re Hiring: Nunn School Academic Services Student Assistant Position

Nunn School Academic Services Student Assistant Position The Nunn School is seeking an undergraduate student to assist with advising, career and student services activities.  The ideal candidate is tech savvy, a self-starter with a strong work ethic, pays attention to details, has a customer service and problem-solving orientation, and excellent interpersonal skills. He or she should demonstrate a commitment to the position through excellent attendance, timely completion of tasks, and a willingness to be flexible. DETAILS: Position: Temporary, minimum 2 semester commitment Start: September 2018 Hours: 10-20 hours per week/flexible…

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