Internship with Georgia District 56 Representative Mesha Mainor

Representative Mainor currently serves on the Governmental Affairs, Education, and Interstate Planning legislative committees. She seeks applicants who value community service and understand the importance of public policy. There are currently five internship positions available. All function on a part time basis and are unpaid. These internships are open to students from the Georgia Institute of Technology, SCAD, Georgia State University, and the AUCC. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the positions are filled. Internship One (5-10 hours each week) Setup up and assist with hosting bi-monthly…

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Summer 2022 Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs/Welcoming Atlanta Internship

The Atlanta Mayor’s Office is seeking applicants for interns to work in the Office of Immigrant Affairs this summer. The program dates will run from May 26 through August 3, 2022. Interns will receive $15 in compensation. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Responsibilities Provide logistical support in planning and execution of events – including but not limited to, generating quotes, securing vendors, acquiring permits and security clearance, and finding and securing event space Prepare program and event materials as required by staff…

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SUMMER 2022 Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Innovation Internship

Housed within the Mayor’s Office and reporting to the City’s Chief Operating Officer, the Office of Innovation and Performance is charged with driving meaningful progress and tangible results on the Administration’s top priorities, in partnership with City departments and external partners. The Office houses the Budget and Performance Team and the Special Projects and Innovation Team. The City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Innovation requests an intern for summer 2022 through the Youth Engagement Summer Internship Program. As an intern within Special Projects and Innovation, you will be working on…

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FALL 2022 GT General Counsel Internship

Georgia Tech’s Office of General Counsel, in collaboration with Georgia Tech’s Law, Science, and Technology Program, is seeking an undergraduate student intern for the Fall semester of 2022.  The internship is unpaid, but it will be offered for 3 hours of course credit (PUBP 4652: OLA Legal Internship), and interns will be required to work 12 hours per week for 15 weeks during fall semester for a total of 180 hours.  PUBP 4652 is approved for credit toward both the Law, Science, and Technology Minor and the Pre-Law Certificate Applications…

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SUMMER 2022 SLS RCE Greater Atlanta Internship

SLS is offering an internship will RCE Greater Atlanta. RCE Greater Atlanta is a United Nations-affiliated regional sustainability education network that brings together universities and colleges from across the Greater Atlanta region with nonprofit, community, government, and business partners to advance the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals through education and training. Starting in Summer 2022, the network will hire part-time undergraduate fellows to work as part of a cross-institutional network coordination team. Fellows will work as a team under the guidance of a graduate fellow based in GT Serve-Learn-Sustain. Each fellow…

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Summer 2022 SLS Data Works Internships

SLS is offering an internship with DataWorks. Data Works is novel workforce development and research program at Georgia Tech. This summer, we are looking to hire one intern (full-time) to help us create and host participatory design workshops. These workshops will bring together local community organizations and data workers to co-design checklists and other processes for responsible data use. The deadline to apply is April 15, 2022. Responsibilities Conducting background research on data ethics and responsible data use. Creating participatory design activities for community-based organizations. Hosting participatory design workshops with…

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2022-2023 Carter Center Graduate Assistantships

The Carter Center is currently recruiting graduate assistant applicants for the 2022-2023 academic year. They have opportunities in the Democracy Program, the China Initiative, Trachoma, Mental Health, and Communications. Graduate assistants must make a 9-12 month, 20-hours-per-week commitment and will receive compensation of $15/hour, and all assistantships will be onsite at the Atlanta office. The deadline to apply for this opportunity is April 7, 2022. Qualifications At the start of the assistantship, qualified applicants must have completed a minimum of two semesters of their academic coursework in a master’s or…

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April-June Internship with the Belgian Consulate General

The Belgian Consulate General in Atlanta is seeking an intern for April-June, though the exact dates of the internship are flexible. Interns will have the opportunity to contribute to the daily workings of the consulate through administrative and logistical tasks, organization of events and information on social networks, and follow-up and processing of administrative, political, and economic files, among others, through research, representation, and synthesis. This opportunity is unpaid and interns must be available to work at least three days per week. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis…

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Department of Homeland Security Student Traineeships

The Department of Homeland Security is seeking applicants for their FEMA student trainee program. Interns will be asked to work full-time, school schedule allowing, and while telework is available, students should still be able to work in-person at the Atlanta office. Internships with DHS are temporary positions, and therefore typically do not exceed 120 or 09/30/2022, whichever comes first. There are two positions available.  The deadline to apply for these openings is Friday, February 18, 2022, or when the openings receive 100 applications. Qualifications Current Undergraduate or graduate student Enrolled…

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Atlanta Council for International Relations Internships

If selected, and you wish to participate for academic credit, you must register for the internship by January 12, 2022. Position Title: Assistant Director: Programs Company Name: Atlanta Council on International Relations Description of Position: Works with the Director of Programs on program development, design, and publication, conducts research in support of program development, and assists members of the ACIR Program Committee in support of program execution. Industry Area: International Education Eligibility: Advanced Undergraduate or Graduate Students Type of job: Internship Compensation: Depending on your University, it could include credit hours, otherwise, it…

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