External Affairs Intern, MedTech Europe – Brussels, Belgium

This year-long internship is aimed at recent graduates, such as young BA/MA students, wishing to acquire professional experience in EU policy making. The intern’s responsibilities will provide direct experience working with European and international stakeholders in the healthcare arena, in particular the medical technology industry, healthcare professionals and patient organizations. The main responsibility of the intern will be to support the day-to-day activities of the Government Affairs function within the External affairs team of which the trainee will be part of, as well as the development of the intern’s own…

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Science and Innovation Network Intern, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, British Consulate General – Atlanta, GA

The Science and Innovation (S&I) Network in Atlanta seeks a Science and Innovation Intern to provide administrative and project support. The Atlanta S&I team is responsible for maintaining the UK government’s science and innovation interests in the US states of Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina in addition to Puerto Rico. The successful candidate will join the Head of Science and Innovation for the southeast at the UK consulate in Atlanta. The Atlanta team is one of 7 S&I teams throughout the US coordinated by the…

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Free Webinar: Is Consulting Your Next Calling?

As the nonprofit sector moves toward increased levels of outsourcing, many nonprofit professionals consider a career in consulting.  If you are thinking about consulting part-time, full-time or sometime in the future, join two veterans in this field as they share stories of this dynamic career choice.  Susan Schaefer (co-editor of the Nonprofit Consulting Playbook) and Don Tebbe have facilitated workshops nationwide to help budding consultants bypass the pitfalls and get on a fast track to success.  With candor and a wide range of experience, they will guide participants through the…

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Defense Planning and U.S. Global Strategy Intern, American Enterprise Institute – Washington, DC

The defense planning and U.S. global strategy intern will conduct research into the future direction of American foreign policy, which will include an exploration of emerging global threats to U.S. national security.  It will focus on a current research project analyzing the efforts of select foreign actors to shape strategic environments in the grey space between war and peace, with an emphasis on the actions of foreign militaries.  The ideal candidate will possess a strong academic record, professional demeanor, and a demonstrated interest in American foreign policy and national security.…

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Siemens Global IT Internship, Siemens Corporation – Alpharetta, GA

Siemens IT Americas is seeking qualified candidates for several internship positions in Alpharetta, GA. Candidates will be selected to work with the following organizations with IT Americas: Regional Management Services (RMS) IT Infrastructure (IN) IT Assurance & Compliance (ITA) Business Engagement (BN) ERP Management and Innovation (ER) Business Administration (BA) Candidates will work with various teams across North & South America, Europe, and Asia and support projects and initiatives that potentially affect +80,000 Siemens AG employees worldwide. Each intern will be assigned to a team and work on a project…

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Stacey Evans for Governor Internships – Georgia

Stacey Evans is a progressive democratic candidate for Governor. This grassroots campaign is about reaching out to all Georgians and building a broad coalition of support all across the state of Georgia. The Stacey Evans for Governor team recently began offering full-time and part-time internships to college and high school students across the state. An internship/ fellowship at Stacey Evans for Governor is a great way to gain valuable experience and build deep connections within Georgia politics. Internship/ fellowship opportunities are available all across the state. Whether you already have…

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Summer Policy Boot Camp at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution

The Hoover Institution at Stanford University is hosting a one-week public policy boot camp from August 19-25, 2018. This program, which covers the essentials of today’s national and international public policy landscape, will instruct college students and recent graduates in the economic, political, and social aspects of US public policy. Topics are chosen based on their immediate relevance to today’s public policy challenges, meaning that students will focus on developing and applying critical reasoning skills to public policy formation. They will also have a unique opportunity to interact with the…

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Europe Program Migration Intern, German Marshall Fund – Berlin, Germany

The GMF Berlin office is seeking an energetic and detail-oriented intern with an interest in migration, refugee and integration policy to support our team on our current projects, logistically and content-wise. The internship will focus on gaining in depth knowledge of GMF’s programming on migration, and offers an ideal opportunity to acquire substantive professional experience working in an international, knowledge-sharing environment with world experts on political issues and on migration policy. Key Areas of Responsibility: Supporting the program staff in a variety of tasks such as conducting research on current…

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Asia Program Intern, German Marshall Fund – Washington, DC

The Asia Program addresses the implications of Asia’s rise for the West—in particular, how Asia’s resurgence will impact the foreign policy, economic, and domestic challenges and choices facing the transatlantic allies—through a combination of convening, writing, strategic grants, study tours, fellowships, partnerships with other GMF programs, and partnerships with other institutions. The intern will benefit from exposure to GMF’s network, its high level events and interactions with various policy actors. Since the internship takes place in Washington, interns are often able to attend various related events on behalf of GMF…

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Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Fellowship

The Fellowship Program at YPFP is an intensive eight-month fellowship designed to give future leaders in foreign policy the skills they will need to succeed throughout their careers. Fellows develop their expertise by writing regular articles for a variety of national and international media outlets, including The Hill, Diplomatic Courier, Real Clear Politics, and many more. Fellows specialize in a specific region (Regional Fellowships) or a specific issue area (Thematic Fellowships). A core component of the Fellowship is building a portfolio of published work, which takes the form of op-eds,…

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