Summer 2015 Foreign Affairs Internship
Period: June to mid-August
In partnership with the Jeffrey A. McLean Foundation, PSA is now accepting applications for one paid Foreign Affairs Intern. The period of the internship is June through mid-August 2015. Candidates must be currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students.
The internship will require 40 hours per week over 10 weeks and includes a stipend of $2,400 per month.
At PSA, interns will have the opportunity to participate in a close team environment and gain first-hand exposure to and knowledge of the DC political and policy establishments. In addition, interns will leave PSA with practical experience in the day-to-day running of a nonprofit organization.
- Research future bipartisan policy statements on key foreign policy and national security challenges;
- Help draft organizational newsletters, press releases, event invitations, talking points and other materials supporting PSA initiatives;
- Work with the media to promote coverage of PSA’s activities; track media references and coverage;
- Help plan, organize and run events promoting PSA statements and other projects;
The ideal candidate will be a bright, highly-motivated individual with a strong academic background, a demonstrated passion for U.S. foreign policy and national security issues, and a keen interest in Capitol Hill.
Applications are due April 30, 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org with email subject “McLean Internship.”
Full position and application details are included in the following document:
PSA is a nonprofit founded by former US representative Lee Hamilton and the late US Senator Warren Rudman to advance bipartisanship on today’s national security and foreign policy challenges. Leveraging the leadership of its distinguished Advisory Board, PSA has unique credibility and access to forge common ground and fashion thoughtful, fact-based policy that promotes America’s national interests. PSA works on a broad range of key policy issues such as nuclear nonproliferation, Middle East policy, energy security, international organizations, and more. PSA works heavily with Capitol Hill offices, the executive branch, and the NGO community.
The Jeffrey A. McLean Foundation provides economically challenged college students the means to participate in internships and the opportunity to advance their careers. The foundation works with state and community colleges, small businesses, and non-profit organizations to build college-to-business partnerships to help ensure that all college students, regardless of circumstance, have an opportunity to succeed.