The Office for Science and Technology (OST) is a multidisciplinary team of professors, researchers and scientists spread throughout the United States, with its headquarters at the Embassy of France in Washington DC and six offices in the consulates of France in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. These strategic locations ensure coverage of high-potential sectors in terms of research,
technologic al innovation and dynamic science policies. This opportunity will take place at the consulate in Atlanta this summer. Exact start and end dates will be determined with the successful candidate.
The deadline to apply for this opportunity is February 25, 2021.
- Identify key areas of scientific research and technological innovation in the
- Participate in a review of scientific and technological cooperation between
- France and the Southeastern United States,
- Conduct interviews with key interlocutors on the theme of the internship,
- Manage a project in coordination with the internship supervisor.
- Fluency in written and spoken English (fluency in French will be appreciated),
- In a science/public policy/international relations/engineering undergraduate or
graduate program in an American university,
- Background allowing a follow-up of research, public policies, and technological
innovations in the district,
- Candidate based in the United States: American nationality/green card/visa
- Use of office tools (Microsoft Office),
- Online documentary research,
- Writing skills
- Relational ease,
- Team spirit,
- Initiative driven.
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Rami Abi-Akl, Attaché for Science
and Technology (Head of the Office for Science and Technology in Atlanta): email@example.com
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