FALL 2021 Halle Foundation/AICGS Internships

The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) is a DC-based think tank that works exclusively on Germany-United States foreign policy.  Through their affiliation with John Hopkins University, the Institute has access to academic and policy expertise through JHU’s extensive transatlantic network. They work to address the top economic, foreign, security, domestic, and social policy issues affecting the United States, Germany, and the broader transatlantic relationship. AICGS in conjunction with the Halle Foundation is seeking undergraduate and graduate students to work as paid interns. The goal of these internships is…

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External Relations Internship, IISS−Americas – Washington, DC (Summer 2021)

The International Institute for Strategic Studies is a leading authority on global security, political risk and military conflict. It is headquartered in London with offices in Bahrain, Singapore, and the United States. Location: Washington DC The interns are expected to work in the office as we have implemented the CDC Guidelines to maintain healthy business operations. The IISS is seeking two undergraduate interns to work on a part-time basis to support the activities of its office in Washington DC in the summer of 2021. The exact start and end dates are flexible…

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Chatham House Open Day 2021 | April 21

Chatham House is a world-famous think tank whose ideas help answer the big questions that are shaping our world, addressing issues like climate change, fake news, and conflict. Students will be able to interact with world-leading experts on international affairs and gain an insight into careers within the charity and not-for-profit sector as a whole during their open day. Atendees can expect to: Expand their knowledge of key issues in international affairs; Learn what a policy institute (or ‘think tank’) is and what it’s like to work in one; Meet…

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SUMMER 2021 Brookings Research Internships

*New Opportunities Added* The Brookings Institution is a non-profit policy organization, based in Washington, DC, that works to solve problems facing society by conducting in-depth research. They address problems at a local, national, and global level. They are currently seeking interns for several of their projects. Interns will attend meetings, think-tanks, professional development workshops, and public Brookings events. Through this, the interns will work to assist with research for the individual projects as well as event coordination and providing administrative and communications support to the senior staff of the project. …

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SUMMER 2021 Data Science for Social Good Summer Projects

Data Science for Social Good is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to giving aspiring data scientist the opportunity to expand and develop their skill set through intensive training programs and by providing the opportunity to work with global non-profit organizations and government bodies. Fellows will work in small supervised teams to practice data mining, machine learning and create data science projects that will improve their services, interventions, and outreach. These summer projects allow for fellows to improve not only their skills and depth of knowledge, but to also make a real…

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SUMMER 2021 Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Y7 & Y20 Summits

*APPROACHING DEADLINE* The Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Fellowship is seeking delegates from the United States to attend the Y7 & Y20 Youth Summits. Both summits are week-long events that bring together young leaders from G7 and G20 countries, respectively, to debate global challenges and to develop policy solutions. See this previous blog post for more information on the fellowship and becoming a member. For more information on how to obtain a free year of membership, see this PDF. Y7 Summit | Deadline January 17th, 2021 11:59pm EST Hosted by…

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Research Intern, Freeman Chair in China Studies, CSIS (Remote; Washington, DC)

ABOUT THE POSITION The Freeman Chair in China Studies at CSIS is seeking one full-time intern who can provide dedicated support for research on China’s domestic political system and foreign policy during the period from January 11, 2021 to April 16, 2021. This internship is remote and paid. The Freeman Chair is a leading source of insight and analysis on China’s evolving political system and the dynamics that impact its domestic policy agenda and external behavior. Our work focuses on five key areas leadership politics, policy- and decision-making, Party-state governance,…

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Spring 2021 Intern, Korea Chair, CSIS (Remote; Washington, DC)

ABOUT THE POSITION The Office of the Korea Chair is devoted to building an active policy research program in Washington, DC on the Korean peninsula. The CSIS Korea Chair conducts independent policy research on issues critical to the United States, the Republic of Korea, and Asia more broadly; convenes public and private sector stakeholders in Washington and Seoul; and advances a greater understanding of Korean policy issues to policymakers and the public at large. Korea Chair interns gain experience in the areas of professional writing development, policy-research, data collection, and…

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Spring 2021 Intern, China Power Project, CSIS (Remote; Washington, DC)

ABOUT THE POSITION The CSIS China Power Project is seeking interns to support the program’s work. There are two (2) available positions for start dates in January 2021. Our project examines the evolving nature of Chinese power relative to other countries through quantitative and qualitative analysis. We publish data-driven features monthly on the ChinaPower research website (chinapower.csis.org). In addition to our work on Chinese power, our experts also conduct research on Chinese foreign and security policy, U.S-China relations, maritime security, cross-Strait relations, Taiwan-related foreign policy issues, and the broader Indo-Pacific…

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Transatlantic Defense and Security Intern, Center for European Policy Analysis (Washington, DC)

ABOUT THE POSITION CEPA seeks qualified and motivated recent grads and graduate students to participate in any of our seven internship programs offered during the Spring, Summer, and Fall in its Washington, DC office. Interns provide vital research and logistical support to their programs. Through CEPA internships, participants will gain valuable skills, knowledge, experience, and connections in the transatlantic community. Responsibilities: Assist with day-to-day program activities; Help with planning and implementing program/ team events, workshops, and webinars; Executive assistance and scheduling for program/ team staff; Provide support with research for…

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