SPRING 2022 ADB North American Strategy, Policy and Partnerships Intern

The North American Representative Office at the Asian Development Bank seeks a graduate student intern to examine issues relating to the mobilization of private finance for development and how international financial institutions approach this issue. This opportunity will begin in  January of 2022 for a duration of 8 weeks with the possibility of an extension. The intern will either be wrong from the NOAR office in Washington, DC, or remotely based on Covid-19 Policies and Restrictions The deadline to apply for this opportunity is September 15, 2021. Responsibilities The graduate…

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PadSplit Fellowships: Start ASAP

Padsplit is working to solve the affordable housing crisis by breaking down systemic barriers such as a traditional lease.  The PadSplit Fellowship is a competitive 3-month internship program for self-starters interested in social impact entrepreneurship. Each fellow will work with company leadership to devise and complete a research project to be delivered to PadSplit’s Board of Directors. This opportunity is for upper-level undergraduate students and graduate students. The fellowship is operating remotely and is unpaid. Hours are flexible. An alum on the Business Operations and Strategy team reached out to…

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FALL 2021 Foreign Brief Geopolitical Research Analyst Internship

Foreign Brief is an Australian-based geopolitical assessment start-up whose publications focus on current global developments in the political, economic, and security areas and linking these developments with long-term trends. They work to provide insight into geopolitics by providing accurate analysis. They are seeking a part-time intern to serve as a geopolitical research analyst with a focus on one of the target regions: Latin America and the Caribbean, or the Middle East and North Africa.  This opportunity will operate fully remotely and is unpaid. The deadline to apply is August 1,…

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World Wildlife Foundation Remote Internships

The World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) has worked for years to protect the natural world. As one of the world’s leading conservation organizations WWF, along with their partners and 5 million supporters, have combined cutting-edge conservation science and effective policy to enact change in over 100 countries.  WWF currently has a plethora of paid internship opportunities available for current undergraduate students.  Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, these opportunities are operating remotely from the United States. All applicants must: Be pursuing either an Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree program in international relations…

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SUMMER 2021 Undergraduate & Graduate Research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Get involved in rewarding research opportunities, connect with world-class scientists, and enjoy enrichment activities with other graduate interns with the Virtual Graduate Research Summer Institute (vGRSI) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). The summer institute is designed to complement academic programs by utilizing unique resources and mentorship from ORNL scientists to enhance science, technology, engineering, and math education; encourage careers in science and technology; and improve scientific literacy. This 10-week program is available to both graduate and undergraduate students. Both offer stipends to those accepted into these programs. The deadline…

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SUMMER 2021 East-West Center Young Professional Program

The East-West Center, or simply the Center, promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Pacific through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. The Center is a non-profit public organization that is funded by and provides support to the U.S. Federal Government. They are seeking participants for their summer Young Professionals Program. They strive to provide participants with a broad range of education and training opportunities in the course of their activities within their US-Asia research program. These may include acquiring and…

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SUMMER 2021 Tax Foundation Internships

The Tax Foundation is the nation’s leading independent tax policy 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to policy research and analysis to ensure that tax policy at all levels is as effective as possible. They are seeking interns for the summer semester to work on substantive projects at any level.  The program introduces interns into the world of tax policy and how the development and application of these policies impact the world around us. This position is full-time and interns will be compensated at $14 per hour. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic,…

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Present at the 2021 CAIR Conference on Inequality and Social Justice

The Collegiate Association for Inequality Research (CAIR) at Wake Forest University is seeking presenters for their inaugural Conference on Social Justice and Inequality. CAIR is a student-led organization that allows students to pursue undergraduate research on social inequity and to help ease inequality through peer mentoring research groups and conferences such as this. To read more about CAIR, click here. The deadline for abstract submission is April 3, 2021. The conference will be held on April 24, 2021. For the Conference on Social Justice and Inequality CAIR is seeking research projects…

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Summer 2021 Neal Family Research Fellowships

The Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy here at Georgia Tech are offering 2  Neal Family Research Fellowships for the summer of 2021. Each fellowship is worth $5000, and recipients will each complete an independent research project under the supervision of Dr. Alasdair Young.   One recipient will support the core functions of CISTP, including helping to organize events, prepare grant applications, and write reports.  The other recipient will support the Cross-Program Research Initiative on Technological Competition, which will involve organizing meetings, taking notes, and conducting background research. Each will…

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International Labor Organization Fellowship and Grants for Junior Researchers

The ILO project “From Research to Action: Using Knowledge to Accelerate Progress in the Elimination of Child Labor and Forced Labor” (RTA), in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration and support from the United States Department of Labor, invites you to submit high-quality research proposals on child labor, forced labor, and human trafficking. The project will provide funding to support researchers from a variety of disciplines to fill knowledge gaps and achieve policy impact. The deadline to apply for this opportunity April 16 at 10 AM EST or 4 PM…

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