Hudson Institute a think tank founded in 1961 offers internships in office in

Washington, D.C. to undergraduates, graduates, and postgraduate students. Hudson has garnered local, national, and international acclaim with its hands-on research and offers a unique opportunity for its interns to work with Hudson researchers in policy areas such as Campaign Reform, Economic and Employment Policy, Middle East Studies, Philanthropy and Civic Renewal, National Security Studies, and Science in Public Policy.

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.

Contact:

To apply for a Hudson Institute Internship, mail or email a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and your area of interest to:

Samantha Grayson
Hudson Institute, Washington, DC Headquarters
1015 15th Street, N.W. 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202.974.2400
Fax: 202.974.2410
Email: Samantha Grayson

The Center for Global Prosperity has openings for interns year-round to work on a variety of economic development, foreign aid, and private philanthropic issues. This exciting start-up venture is reshaping the way the development community thinks about economic growth and foreign aid. Selected interns will participate in the creation of a first-ever Index of Global Philanthropy, which will document U.S. global private giving to developing countries and highlight successful overseas philanthropic programs and business investments. Interns will analyze the determinants of economic growth in developing countries and the different roles played by private investment, philanthropy, and government foreign aid. Interns will have the opportunity to work with top-notch writers and editors, and leading experts in the field of economic development.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Researching and writing on the amount and type of overseas private giving by foundations, corporations, universities, religious organizations, and individuals
  • Organizing seminars, panel discussions, and briefings on the causes of prosperity in developing countries
  • Monitoring media coverage, multilateral and bilateral government policies and academic research on global poverty and its remedies

Qualifications: Interest and academic background in economic growth and prosperity in developing countries; good research and writing skills; computer capabilities; willingness to commit at least 15 hours per week.

Location(s): Washington, DC

Program Dates and Duration: varies

Stipend: Information not provided

Deadline: Rolling ~ Click here to go to opportunity

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