Internship posted by: Cleveland Council on World Affairs
Posted on: July 15, 2013
For nearly 90 years the Cleveland Council on World Affairs (CCWA) has served as the resource for increasing understanding of international affairs and creating globally minded citizens in Northeast Ohio.
CCWA inspires engagement in international affairs through a vibrant lecture series, educational outreach to schools and universities, opportunities to engage in citizen diplomacy and forums for public dialogue. CCWA has a long and successful tradition of providing meaningful and engaging intern experiences for undergraduate and graduate students. Often students are able to receive course credit for their CCWA internship.
KYEP is an exchange program for accomplished students from Kosovo who are highly-proficient in English. CCWA administers the program, which is funded by the U.S. Embassy of Kosovo. The program focuses on cross-cultural exchange and the development of leadership skills. Students are placed with host families and attend local schools for one academic year.
- Spring internship, January-May, preferably 15-20 hours per week. (1 position)
- Summer internship, May-August, preferably 30 hours per week. (2 positions)
- Fall internship, Sept.-Dec., preferably 15-20 hours per week.(1 position)
Location: 812 Huron Road East, Cleveland, Ohio 44115. Please note that CCWA's office is located downtown, and interns must absorb the cost of public parking or use of public transit.
Category: Unpaid internship
Responsibilities: The Youth Exchange Programs intern will:
Qualifications: The successful applicant must:
To Apply: Send a resume and cover letter as one PDF to Madeline Rife, Global Youth Programs Officer, at email@example.com, subject line "Youth Exchange Programs Intern."