Interested in International Affairs and the
Work of the United Nations?
UNA-NCA has a variety of leadership development opportunities for young professionals and students who are interested in the field of international relations and/or gaining experience with a small non-profit.
UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows Program
Application Deadline: Extended to November 30, 2015
The UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows Program is open to graduate students at select universities in the Washington, DC area, interested in international affairs, development, trade, finance, and related disciplines. Students are encouraged to explore the role of the United Nations within the context of modern global affairs and other international organizations. Fellows have the opportunity to build strong professional and academic skills through relevant internships and seminars covering global issues and the United Nations.
Intern at UNA-NCA as a Program Assistant
Application Deadline: Monday, November 30, 2015
UNA-NCA has a variety of Program Assistant positions open for the spring 2016 semester. Program Assistants gain experience in a variety of communications, membership, event planning, development, and general administrative tasks. Ideal candidates will be interested in non-profit management and looking to gain hands-on experience as an integral member of our team.
Young Professionals Board Leaders
Application Deadline: Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis
UNA-NCA’s Young Professionals (YP) Program cultivates future globally minded leaders in international affairs through events, professional development programming, and leadership and mentorship opportunities. Overseeing the YP Program is the Young Professionals Board, who shape program strategy, events, development, membership, and communications efforts. The YP Board is now accepting applications for the following positions:
- Co-Director of Communications & Advocacy
- Co-Director of Membership & Outreach
- Co-Director of Operations
- Co-Director of Programs
- Co-Director of Development