The Chicago Council on Global Affairs is presenting the Internship program for undergraduate juniors, seniors, or graduate students.
Field of Internship: International affairs
Course Level: Internship for undergraduate juniors and seniors and graduate students
Internship Provider: Chicago Council on Global Affairs
An internship can be taken at the USA
- Students must be currently enrolled undergraduate juniors, seniors, or graduate students, have an academic major or demonstrated an interest in international affairs, possess excellent research, writing, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills, be detail-oriented with strong organizational abilities, and possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Applicants for the summer internship who are rising juniors (have completed the sophomore year and will be juniors in the coming fall semester of that year) may apply and meet the qualification requirement.
- International students are welcome to apply, however, all selected international applicants will need to obtain valid work authorization on his/her own behalf. Please feel free to visit the USCIS website for detailed work authorization information.
Internship Open for International Students: Yes
Is this a paid internship? No but the Council offers limited local public transportation reimbursement to and from the office.
Interns also receive a complimentary, one-year membership with the Council.
Interns may receive external sponsorship or academic credit for an internship at the Council. To make arrangements for academic credit, applicants should contact their university’s career center or academic advisor.
How to Apply
Please use the submission form* to attach your resume, cover letter, and 2-page writing sample (e.g. a paper and/or excerpt from schoolwork relevant to the Council) in addition to indicating your preferred opportunities and availability. Please keep in mind that the required program support may include hours outside of standard business hours
Internship Application Deadline: October 15