Bureau of International Labor Affairs Pathways Internship

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

For more information and to apply, click here.

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