New York Metro Internship Program

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The American Friends Service Committee’s Summer Internship Program is designed to engage undergraduate and graduate students with the world of public service and peace and social justice issues. As an intern you will work alongside AFSC staff helping to implement current programs and achieve AFSC’s mission. You will work within a framework of a work plan and learning objectives with the opportunity to participate in activities such as client engagement and in depth research. You may work directly with clients and perform in depth research. Upon completion of the internship, you will have the opportunity to reflect upon and evaluate your experience.

QUNO Program Assistants

Deadline:Feb 6, 2015
Location:New York , New York
Type:Paid
Hours:
Start Date:Aug 1, 2015
End Date:Aug 1, 2016

The Quaker United Nations Office in New York invites applications for its 2015-16 internship program. The internship offers an opportunity for college graduates, with an interest in international affairs and a commitment to Friends’ principles, to work at the UN. Currently, QUNO-NY focuses on issues of peacebuilding and prevention of violent conflict. Interns work closely with permanent staff on one or more issue areas and support office administration. Stipend and medical coverage provided.

 

Deadline for submission of application and references: February 6th, 2015. Read more »

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