Due Date: 1 March 2013
The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations' Washington, DC Summer Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the nation's capital. The program features a demanding mix of professional involvement, intellectual challenge, career exploration, and cultural encounters designed to provide interns with a rich and varied experience during their time in Washington.
Professional workplace experience: Interns are placed with one of over a dozen Near East and Arab world-related organizations in Washington, D.C., where they are expected to work 35-40 hours/week under the direct supervision of their host organizations.
Academic seminars: Interns take part in twice weekly seminar sessions designed to provide them with greater depth of knowledge about the Arab world, to underscore the cultural, economic, and political diversity of Arab states, and to explore the intricacies of Arab-U.S. relations.
Site visits: Interns receive a behind-the-scenes look at many of the central institutions of federal government, national security policymaking, international diplomacy, and international business.
Sponsorship: The program is administered by National Council professionals and staff, together with more than two dozen of America's foremost scholars and leading foreign affairs practitioners. The programs, activities, and functions represented by the organizations and corporations that provide the professional work experience component of the program are varied. Included among placements in recent years have been educational development and exchange organizations, bimonthly and quarterly publications, humanitarian relief groups, broadcasting networks, area studies centers, international transportation companies, foreign trade associations, peace and justice advocacy groups, and a variety of non-governmental organizations.
Download the application packet: http://ncusar.org/programs/13-NCUSAR-Summer-Intern-Program-Application.pdf or learn more about other internships http://ncusar.org/internship.
One Heart Source - 2013 Summer Program
Due Date: 5 February 2012
One Heart Source is a non-profit, student-initiated organization that runs educational programs in Tanzania and South Africa. Volunteer as a teacher and mentor in Zanzibar, Tanzania or Cape Town, South Africa. Gain international experience working in international education and development. Immerse yourself in another culture!
One Heart Source is currently accepting applications for our 2013 Volunteer Programs in sub-Saharan Africa. In 2013, we are offering a variety of 2, 4, and 6-week programs in Zanizbar, Tanzania and Cape Town, South Africa!.
As an OHS Volunteer, you will: Live with a host family and be an active member of their household (Zanzibar only); Work with primary school students through a mentorship program focused on building strong Math and English foundations while empowering students; Work closely with members of the community to create social uplift; Lead after-school programs in non-traditional subjects like dance, debate, art, and sports; Work with a small, dynamic team of international university students.
Both Graduate and Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for our summer programs!
For more information and to download the program application, visit http://www.oneheartsource.org/volunteer or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee - 2013 Spring Internship
Due Date: 30 December 2012
ADC seeks college and graduate students with interest in the Arab American community, civil rights, law, policy, journalism, culture, organizing, and activism, as interns for our 2013 Spring Internship Program. Internship positions are available at ADC’s national office in Washington, DC and the regional office in Michigan.
The program offers a variety of positions for leadership development. It educates students on issues of civil rights, Arab heritage, and current events in the Middle East. Students gain practical training in community organizing, media relations, research and writing, legal issues, political action, educational outreach, and routine office work alongside our regular professional staff.
Washington, DC Internships: Legal -- must be enrolled in law school, Outreach & Communications, Organizing, President's Office, and ADC Women's Initiative
General Information & Deadlines: ADC’s fall and spring internship programs are unpaid positions. Applicants who are currently enrolled in a college or university are encouraged to apply and use their internship hours for course credit. Applicants who have graduated will also be considered. Work hours can be accommodated to student class schedules.
Learn more about the internship http://www.adc.org/index.php?id=211&no_cache=1&sword_list%5B%5D=internship or contact Marielle Costanza at email@example.com
Please note that courses taken abroad will satisfy requirements for the Arab Studies Minor and Certificate. Please contact us to coordinate any course substitutions of program requirements. For general information on studying abroad, visit the AU Study Abroad Office.
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