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Last modified: September 2, 2014, 4:44 PM
CIP works to promote a U.S. foreign policy based on peace, international cooperation, demilitarization, and respect for basic human rights. Through research, education, and direct public advocacy, CIP works to define and put into practice a more sympathetic, farsighted, and non-militaristic approach to the developing world.
The Center for International Policy (CIP) offers unpaid internships and fellowships for current students and recent graduates every spring, summer, and fall. Internships and fellowships are flexible, but generally 5 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and fall within the following months: Fall Term (August – December), Spring Term (January – May), Summer Term (May – August).
While specific tasks will vary depending on the program, CIP interns work directly with senior staff.
CIP greatly appreciates its interns and fellows. Although unpaid, interns and fellows will have access to a fitness facility, are encouraged to attend relevant DC talks and lectures, and are included in office lunches and parties. In addition, senior staff will offer professional development advice and networking opportunities.
No Current Internships Available
No Current Fellowships Available
You may wish to apply to more than one position, please do so in separate emails; one email per application. Please title the email with the position you are applying for and your last name ex. "SAM Intern- Koleszar."
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