Georgia Bureau of Investigation Summer Internship Program

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) Internship is a valuable learning experience for college and university students pursuing a criminal justice or related degree. The program is administered by the GBI Office of Human Resources (OHR). The length of the internship is one semester as determined by the intern’s college or university, with the concurrence of the GBI OHR. ELIGIBILITY The program is open to full-time students currently classified as a junior or above interested in a criminal justice, forensic science, or related career who are currently pursuing an undergraduate…

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GT Office of General Counsel Internship for Credit – Spring 2023

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 Spring Semester 2023.  Students will assist with a wide range of legal, ethics, compliance, and risk management issues, which potentially include day-to-day operations of the Office of Ethics & Compliance, providing advice and counsel on ethics questions, privacy, export, and investigations issues, as well as governance matters, employment and litigation, transactions, IP, athletics, and various faculty and student issues. The internship is unpaid, but it will be…

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Spring 2023: Nunn School Grants for Unpaid Internships and Professional Development – APPLY NOW

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is providing a fixed number of grants up to $1000 to support students participating in unpaid internships or attending academic seminars and conferences/workshops during the spring 2023 semester. Unpaid is defined as not receiving a salary or stipend from the employer. Remote/Virtual internships and conferences/workshops are eligible. Eligibility: You must be an enrolled INTA, IAML, EIA, MSIA, MSISEC, MSIAST, or DRIAST student at the time of application and during the spring 2023 semester. The deadline to complete the online application for the Spring…

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FDD has opened their internship applications for the spring 2023 semester and looking to build a strong cohort! This spring, we’re offering both hybrid and fully remote options. All internships are unpaid, but we offer internship credit and an abundance of networking opportunities. We offer both part-time and full-time positions with part-time internships requiring a minimum of 22 hours per week. The formal start date of the spring program is January 10th and will end May 19th.  Note that there is flexibility with the start and end date if necessary…

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GT@DC launches in Fall 2023!

Georgia Tech is launching GT@DC, a fully immersive, semester-long experience in Washington, D.C. available to the entire undergraduate community at Georgia Tech. Led by a partnership between the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs (INTA) and the School of Public Policy (SPP), it will offer a “pathways to policy” program of courses, internships, research opportunities, and extra-curricular activities. Students will enroll in a full academic course load that fulfills degree requirements, consisting of six academic credit hours for two classes, and six professional internship or audit credit hours. Applications are now being accepted for…

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Project Intern, Korea, Global Peace Foundation, Remote US

Overview of Global Peace Foundation (GPF): The Global Peace Foundation was established in 2009 as an international non-sectarian, non-partisan, nonprofit organization, which promotes an innovative, values-based approach to peace building, guided by the vision of One Family under God. GPF engages and organizes a global network of public and private sector partners who develop community, national, and regional peace building models as the foundation for ethical and cohesive societies. The Global Peace Foundation’s unique approach to peacebuilding includes three essential aspects: interfaith leadership, empowering families and youth, and building a…

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Intern, Economic Affairs, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, UN – Washington, DC

The Spring internship, in the Washington Office, will last 3 to 6 (3 min/6 max) months, depending on the needs of the Office. Candidates may be selected throughout the posting period, on an “as-needed” basis. The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean is one of the five regional Commissions of the United Nations. It was founded in 1948 with the purpose of contributing to the region’s economic and social development. Its mission includes the design, monitoring and evaluation of public policies and the provision of advisory services, expertise…

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Economic and Financial Power Research Internship, Foundation for Defense of Democracies

The Center on Economic and Financial Power FDD’s Center on Economic and Financial Power (CEFP) seeks a full-time or part-time intern. The intern will work closely with CEFP Senior Director Elaine Dezenski and other staff to provide research support for critical projects relating to economic threats to U.S. interests. Projects may include working on sanctions and illicit finance, assessing global corruption risks, global supply chain dependencies, and foreign and domestic legal and legislative research. CEFP is looking for candidates with research experience, strong writing skills, and an interest in the intersection…

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Career Connections Internship, Global Ties U.S.

Purpose of the Role   The Career Connections Intern supports the planning and implementation of Global Ties U.S. Career Connections professional development programming designed for U.S. citizen exchange program alumni (ExchangeAlumni). This includes webinars, online courses, and administrative and logistical support for in-person Career Connections programs. The Career Connections Intern works closely with the Career Connections Program Manager and may also support other Global Ties U.S. staff when needed.  This internship is geared toward candidates seeking a career in instructional design or educational program management, specifically within the nonprofit or international exchanges field. The…

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Fall 2022 Internships, Global Americans, Washington, DC/Remote

  We are now accepting internship applications for fall 2022. Applications are due August 5, and interns will work with Global Americans from late August to late November 2022, depending on availability. Global Americans internships are unpaid, and interns can work part-time and full-time. All Global Americans internships are virtual, offering interns the opportunity to continue taking classes or work concurrently. Interns may be recent graduates or currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program. In the past we have had interns volunteer from the United States, Latin America, Europe,…

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