New York University’s Center on International Cooperation is pleased to offer the part-time interns program to attracted ideal candidates. The program is open to support a number of its programmatic areas during Spring and/or Summer 2019.
Interns will learn directly about CIC’s work in its key programmatic areas. The intern will gain practical experience of being part of a dynamic team, building skills in outreach, research, and writing.
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Interns are encouraged to attend all of CIC’s public events and open meetings to foster their understanding of current trends in the field.
Field of Internship: Internship is available for CIC’s programmatic areas
Course Level: Internship
Internship Provider: Center on International Cooperation (CIC)
An internship can be taken in the U.S.
To be eligible, applicants must:
- The ideal candidate will have excellent writing and research skills, as well as a proven interest (through coursework, etc.) in CIC’s programmatic areas.
- The intern will ideally be a current graduate-level student.
Internship Open for International Students: No
Is this paid internship? This is a paid internship programme.
In order to contribute to their professional development, interns will engage in key program activities, including research, seminars, and publications.
Tasks may include: Background research for programmatic work, Assistance with organizing workshops, conferences, and seminars, Reporting on conferences, lectures, and other events hosted (or co-hosted) by CIC, Drafting features and other texts for CIC’s website, and Reviewing and updating the program’s web pages.
Programs seeking interns for Spring/Summer 2019:
- Prevention and Peacebuilding (interns encouraged to apply who have experience or coursework in 1-peacekeeping; or 2-innovative financing for peacebuilding)
- Congo Research Group (French-speakers with knowledge of Central Africa strongly encouraged)
- Humanitarian Crises
- Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies
Number of awards offered: Numbers not given
- This is a part-time internship (between 10-20 hours per week) based in our New York City office.
- Students should check with their academic institution to see if they are eligible to receive academic credit for this internship.
Notification: Not given
How to Apply:
To apply, you need to send your resume and a cover letter describing what you hope to gain from an internship with CIC, your CV and include a short writing sample (no more than 10 pages).
- Your cover letter should clearly indicate which program you would like to intern with, and your prior experience (e.g., coursework) relevant to that program.
- All materials should be submitted to [email protected]
- In the subject line, include the word “Intern” followed by the name of the program you are interested in (e.g., Intern—Congo Research Group).
Internship Application Deadline: The program will be accepting applications on a rolling basis.