The U.S. Bureau of International Labor Affairs is seeking applicants for their Pathways Internship. Interns will support the Office of Trade and Labor Affairs in a variety of ways including programming, planning, and policy. Interns will be provided the necessary training for the responsibilities of their positions. This is a full-time paid position.
The deadline to apply for this opportunity is February 2, 2022.
- Reviewing of technical assistance, engagement, grant solicitation, and/or remediation strategies and plans designed to advance workers’ rights, working conditions, and/or livelihoods for workers.
- Develops an awareness of established analytical techniques to monitor and analyze countries’ routine/standard deficiencies, compliance, or policies and practices for enforcing their labor laws with respect to international labor standards.
- Supporting colleagues in developing internal policy and making draft recommendations for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization.
- Attending meetings with senior staff to observe and gain experience with various interactions that involve negotiations, interagency discussions, or other external meetings in regard to policy and program areas.
- Experience developing presentations, writing reports, and conducting research
- Enrolled at least part-time at a qualifying education institution with a GPA of 2.0 or higher
- Completion of a bachelor’s degree preferred
- 4 years of appropriate related experience
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