Hudson Institute Center for Eurasian Policy Internships for Undergraduate, Graduates, and Postgraduate Students
Hudson Institute a think tank founded in 1961 offers internships in office in
Hudson interns are required to devote a minimum of 15 hours per week in an unpaid capacity, although particularly distinguished interns have gone on to become paid researchers and administrative staff members. Fall, winter, spring, and summer internships are available.
To apply for a Hudson Institute Internship, mail or email a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and your area of interest to:
The Hudson Center for Eurasian Policy has openings for interns for the upcoming summer and academic year to work on a variety of issues in Eurasian policy. Interns will focus specifically on strategic issues in Eurasia, Turkey, and the Muslim world.
Qualifications: Desirable qualifications include excellent research and writing skills, and a keen interest in international affairs. Although unpaid, interns enjoy flexible schedules, a choice of research subjects, and opportunities to meet many leading experts in the field. Please contact at for more details or to apply.
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