Internship

Fellow, Cultural Diplomacy

Meridian International
On-site
Work must be performed in or near Washington, DC
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Published 13 days ago

Details at a Glance

Payment
Hourly
Stipend / Wage
17.5 - 17.5 Hourly Wage

Description

Meridian International


Description:

Program/Fellowship Description

Meridian International Center's Fellowship program will expose rising students and professionals to public diplomacy, international relations, exchanges, cultural and corporate diplomacy, and Meridian's other programs and work. Meridian Fellows will develop pre-professional experience that will allow them to explore the field of diplomacy and international affairs by gaining an overview of the operations of a nonprofit public diplomacy center. In addition to having an opportunity to contribute to the work of Meridian, Fellows will take part in professional development activities, including mentorship, training and education sessions, lunches with senior leadership, and an opportunity to create a capstone project that can be used as part of a professional portfolio. For additional information about MCCD and its programs, please visit our website.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Involvement in day-to-day operations of cultural and exhibition programs
  • Design project materials for promotional purposes using Canva and other programs
  • Assist with cultural programs, receptions, and planning for future activities, in particular research for new exhibitions, cultural programs, and grant proposals
  • Determine, write, and edit content for a range of communication vehicles, including the Meridian blog, website, brochures, newsletters, and other publications
  • Draft, edit, and schedule content for individual projects' websites and social media outlets.
  • Completing all organizational administrative responsibilities in a timely manner
  • Participation in Fellowship cohort activities
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications/Requirements:

The ideal candidate will be:

· An undergraduate or graduate student in a related field (art history, museum studies, arts management, public history, or international studies), or the equivalent in experience

· A highly motivated self-starter with superb communication and organizational skills, and high attention to detail

· A team player with the ability to follow through on long-term projects and to work independently

· Familiarity with archival research and exhibition development is a plus

Applicants are required to:

· Commit 16-29 hours per week to the fellowship

· Be fluent in verbal and written English

  • Be proficient in the MS Office Suite
  • Maintain residency in the DC, MD, or VA area

How to Apply

Specific requirements and a link to Meridian's applications system can be found here. Only candidates being considered for this position will be contacted. NO PHONE CALLS in reference to this position will be accepted.

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Meridian International


Description:

Program/Fellowship Description

Meridian International Center's Fellowship program will expose rising students and professionals to public diplomacy, international relations, exchanges…

Location

On-site
Washington, DC, USA

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