The 2022-2024 OECD Young Associates Programme

The Young Associates Programme (YAP) is a two-year program targeted at recent undergraduates who wish to gain a significant first professional experience in the world of multilateral policymaking, research, and analysis. It is designed to act as a springboard for them to target future postgraduate study at top-ranked universities. During their 24 months of work at the OECD, Young Associates will also work closely with managers who will also serve as mentors, advising the associates about what their next steps should be. Associates will be offered a monthly salary of…

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2022 Supreme Court of Georgia Public Information Officer Internship

The Supreme Court of Georgia is now accepting applications for Public Information Office interns to begin on January 5, 2022, or shortly thereafter. Bolstering civic education and public understanding of Georgia’s judiciary, in particular the function and purpose of the state’s highest appellate court, is a priority of the Georgia Supreme Court. Its Public Information Office interns will, under the direct supervision of the Public Information Officer, review and evaluate requests for in-person, public tours of the Nathan Deal Judicial Center; calendar group tours, coordinate with supportive departments, and engage…

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2022 ICRC Traineeship in the Protection of the Civilian Population Unit

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is seeking three associates to work for the Prevention and Protection of the Civilians unit. The task of this unit is to strengthen ICRC’s response when protecting populations of concern from violence. Each associate will work alongside a few advisors within the unit on the following themes: prevention, the conduct of hostilities, law enforcement, digital risks, community-based protection. This position is a paid year-long position located in Geneva, CH. The deadline to apply for this opportunity is October 10, 2021. Responsibilities Conduct…

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2021 NREI John R. Lewis Social Justice Policy Fellowship Program

NREI John R. Lewis Social Justice Policy Fellowship Program was designed by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Inc. (CBCF) to give young, Black professionals the opportunity to work with Congress to address the social justice and racial equity issues that affect the Black Community. Fellows will work in two six-month rotations and will be placed in Congress with a Congressional Black Caucus member and work in the CBCF’s Center for Policy Analysis and Research. Fellows will have the opportunity to gain invaluable legislative experience through aiding in the development of…

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