[Intstuds10] International Internships

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Wed Aug 11 07:28:46 CDT 2010


International Career Employment Weekly
International Internships

Issue Dated August 13, 2010


Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. This information or any parts thereof
may not be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of
the Publisher. Lisa L. Law-Hystad, Publisher.





 
CONSULTANT, REACT FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
UNITED STATES 

The Save the Children REACT Fellowship Program has been established with the
goal 
of increasing the organization¹s capacity to respond to children¹s needs in
emergencies. 
The REACT Program will create a cadre of bright, enthusiastic and
specialized young 
professionals who can quickly and successfully be deployed in humanitarian
response 
programs.  The proposed structure of the fellowship consists of: 1. Two-week
orientation.  2. Six-week Home Office placement spent working on
professional 
development plans and shadowing their designated mentors within the Division
of 
Humanitarian Response and other key technical departments.  3. Six-month
field 
placement where Fellows will work alongside an emergency response
professional, who 
will coach and support them.  Fellows will be recent graduates from leading
post-
graduate programs in international humanitarian response, development and
other 
related degrees. Special efforts will be made to recruit Fellows with
specific operational
and/or technical skills and knowledge (e.g., logistics, health, nutrition)
by targeting 
highly specialized institutes and graduate degree programs. Acceptance into
the 
program will be highly competitive and the screening process rigorous. The
individuals 
admitted will be those who possess a solid theoretical foundation, but who
require 
practical field experience in order to become humanitarian professionals in
emergency 
contexts. Fellows will be selected on the basis of academic grades,
experience (if any)
and interviews conducted by a panel consisting of staff from the Division of
Humanitarian Response, Human Resources and key technical staff from relevant
departments.  The REACT Program will provide an opportunity for Fellows to
gain 
formal training at our Home Office and hands-on experience working in
Country 
Offices. The program will mix structured workshops, self-motivated learning,
coaching 
and mentoring and one six-month placement with a Save the Children Country
Office. 
Country Office placements will be selected based on a number of criteria,
but those in 
an emergency or post-emergency phase, or those country programs with a large
disaster 
preparedness focus, will likely be targeted first. During the field
placement, each 
Fellow will be assigned a mentor. The mentor will work with their assigned
Fellow to 
enable them to complete two or three practical assignments while in the
field; this will 
build technical skills and form a basis for performance evaluation.  TO
APPLY: Please 
visit: www.savethechildren.org, click on the Careers section for a detailed
job 
description, and to apply; reference Job #4823 EOE M/F/D/V

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HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH 

Human Rights Watch has posted openings for the following positions.  For
more 
information and to apply visit www.hrw.org/en/about/jobs/

DEVELOPMENT AND OUTREACH INTERN
NEW YORK 

The Development and Outreach Department of Human Rights Watch ("HRW") has
posted an opening for an intern to assist the New York Committee of the
Development 
and Outreach Department with responsibilities including, but not limited to,
event 
support in the lead up to the 2010 New York Annual Dinner in November and
the 2011 
New York Film Festival Benefit in June; major gifts donor cultivation;
acknowledgment letters and other correspondence; and updating and
maintaining 
department databases and files.  REQUIRES: Applicants should be
detail-oriented, 
well-organized, self-motivated and reliable, with a strong interest in
international 
human rights.  

INTERN, HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
NEW YORK 

The Human Rights Watch ("HRW") Film Festival Youth Producing Change intern
will 
assist with the following activities: Logging submissions and tracking films
for Youth 
Producing Change 4th edition; Research to identify international youth media
organizations and request film submissions.  REQUIRES: Applicants should be
well-
organized, self-motivated and reliable, with a strong interest in film,
human rights and 
youth media.  Relevant coursework is highly desirable and a minimum of 2
years 
completed college education required.  Computer skills (i.e., Microsoft
Excel, Word, 
basic HTML, Internet applications) are required.

INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE PROGRAM INTERN
NEW YORK 

The International Justice Program (IJP) has posted an opening for a
part-time or full 
time intern to assist staff with monitoring international law developments
in targeted 
country situations.  REQUIRES: This internship is open to law students, law
graduates, 
and graduate students with expertise in international criminal law.
Applicants should 
be well-organized, self-motivated, and reliable, with a strong interest in
international 
human rights and international criminal law.  Strong writing skills are
essential. 

LEGAL AND POLICY INTERN
BRUSSELS 

Human Rights Watch has posted an opening for two full-time interns to assist
with 
HRW's work on the case against Hissène Habré. The internship will last a
minimum of 
four months starting in September 2010, though six months would be
preferred. 
 REQUIRES: These internships are open to law students, law graduates and
graduate 
students with expertise in international criminal law or international
relations. 
 Applicants should be well-organized, self-motivated and reliable, with a
strong interest 
in international human rights and/or international criminal law.

LEGAL AND POLICY INTERN
NEW YORK 

The Legal and Policy Office at Human Rights Watch ("HRW") has posted an
opening 
for two legal interns currently in or recently graduated from law school to
participate in 
research in our New York office.  REQUIRES: Previous experience researching
international human rights law is required.  Applicants should be
well-organized, self-
motivated and reliable, with a strong interest in international human
rights.  Relevant 
coursework is highly desirable, and knowledge of foreign languages is a
plus. 

TERRORISM AND COUNTERTERRORISM INTERN
WASHINGTON, DC 

Human Rights Watch's ("HRW") Terrorism and Counterterrorism Program has
posted 
an opening for a qualified law student or graduate student intern to assist
the senior 
counterterrorism counsel in the organization's Washington, D.C. office.
REQUIRES: 
Applicants should be well-organized, self-motivated and reliable, and have
demonstrated research experience.   Relevant coursework is highly desirable.
Computer 
skills (i.e., Microsoft Office, Internet applications) are required.

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP
BETHESDA, MD 

ABT Associates has posted an opening for an Intern who will ensure
comprehensiveness of country-level NHA estimations through internet
searches, Abt 
public drive searches, and consultations with WHO, WB, and country
government 
staff.  Review and assess comparability of NHA data across multiple
countries, assist 
sub-contractor in producing a suitable data input system for NHA tables,
input data 
from hard and soft copy NHA tables into a NHA database software and review
for data 
quality.  For more information please go to www.abtassociates.com.  Vacancy
no: 2010-
4681.  

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SPECIAL PROJECTS INTERN
WASHINGTON, DC 

The World Wildlife Fund has posted an opening for a Special Projects Intern.
Under 
the direction of the VP for Institutional Communication, Manager for Special
Projects 
and other staff as designated, interns will assist developing a detailed
timeline of 
WWF¹s work in Africa (Congo Basin, Namibia and Eastern Marine) and related
case 
studies to share key lessons learned.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s degree required;
Graduate 
degree in progress a plus.  Background in history, journalism, writing
helpful.  
Excellent research skills and detail oriented.  Exceptional oral and written
communication skills. TO APPLY: visit our website
http://www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs_iframe.cfm.

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*US CAPTURING LEARNING INTERN
PORTLAND, OR 

Mercy Corps has posted an opening for a US Capturing Learning Intern.  The
intern will 
work with the Director to help produce high quality learning documents and
implement 
dissemination plans that may involve presentations and summaries of the
work.  
REQUIRES: Master¹s candidate; Overseas experience 1-2 years; Attention to
detail; 
Strong writing and analytical skills. For more information and to apply
please go online 
to www.mercycorps.org/jobs.  Vacancy no: 217116-927.

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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE

The National Democratic Institute has posted openings for the following
positions.  For 
more information and to apply visit www.ndi.org/current_openings

*FALL INTERN, ELECTIONS AND POLITICAL PROCESSES
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has posted an opening for a
diligent, 
organized and enthusiastic undergraduate or graduate student with strong
communication skills and demonstrated interest in elections and democratic
transitions 
to assist NDI¹s Elections and Political Processes team. REQUIRES: Current
undergraduate or graduate student in international affairs, political
science or a related
field; Demonstrated interest in international issues related to democratic
transitions and 
the role of elections in promoting democratic reform.  Vacancy no:
217037-851 

*FALL INTERN, MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has posted an opening for students
and recent 
graduates to apply for full-time, paid internships in Washington, D.C., with
the Middle 
East and North Africa (MENA) Division's programs. The intern will be
responsible for 
conducting research on country specific programs, attending meetings and
seminars on 
Middle East and North African affairs, and providing programmatic and
administrative 
support on country projects. REQUIRES: Generally pursuing an undergraduate
or 
graduate degree in international affairs, political science or a related
field; recent 
graduates are also welcome to apply; Knowledge of and interest in the Middle
East and 
North Africa; Well-organized and skilled at prioritizing and managing
multiple tasks. 
Vacancy no: 217034-851

*FALL INTERN, WEB PRODUCTION
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has posted an opening for an intern
for 40 
hours a week to assist in web administration and research/ assist in
software 
development projects for the Fall 2010 semester.  REQUIRES: Generally
pursuing an 
undergraduate or graduate degree in Information Technology and/or
International 
Relations or Political Science; Proficiency XHTML/HTML and CSS; Experience
with 
image editing programs such as Fireworks and Photoshop.  Vacancy no:
217030-851 

*POLITICAL TECHNOLOGY FALL INTERN, ELECTIONS AND POLITICAL
PROCESSES
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has posted an opening for a
diligent, 
organized and enthusiastic undergraduate or graduate student with strong
information 
and communication technology skills and demonstrated interest in elections
and 
democratic transitions to assist NDI¹s Elections and Political Processes
team.  
REQUIRES: Current undergraduate or graduate student in international
affairs, political 
science or a related field; classes in political technology or computer
science also 
desirable; Experience with web and database technologies highly desired.
Vacancy no: 
217036-851 

*FALL INTERN, CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute¹s (NDI) Central and Eastern Europe team
has posted 
an opening for an intern who will provide programmatic and administrative
support to 
the regional CEE team.  REQUIRES: Generally pursuing an undergraduate or
graduate 
degree in international affairs, political science or a related field;
recent graduates are
also welcome to apply; Available full-time (40hrs/week);  Interest
in/knowledge of 
political issues and/or of Central and Eastern Europe.  Vacancy no:
217029-851 

*FALL INTERN, GOVERNANCE
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute's (NDI) Governance team has posted an
opening for 
applicants for Fall 2010 full time internships.  REQUIRES: Generally
pursuing an 
undergraduate, graduate degree or recent graduate in development studies,
public 
policy, international affairs, political science or a related field; Foreign
language skills 
or previous international experience is desirable; Research experience
preferred.  
Vacancy no: 217028-851

*INTERN, ASIA
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has posted an opening for candidates
currently 
enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs to work in Washington, DC as
a full-
time intern for summer 2010 to assist with the Institute¹s current Asia
programs.  
REQUIRES: Generally pursing a undergraduate or graduate program, or a recent
graduate; relevant degree programs might include, but are not limited to,
political 
science, international relations, international development, and Asian
studies; Master¹s 
degree preferred; Must be highly knowledgeable of and interested in Asia.
Vacancy no: 
217011-851 

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*STUDENT INTERN
UNITED STATES 

A student internship at ADRA¹s International headquarters provides the
opportunity to 
gain valuable experience in the field of humanitarian work, complements an
intern's 
studies, and aids in his/her career development.  ADRA International will
try to place 
student interns in areas where they have previously developed skills and/or
education, 
but may shift responsibilities based on need and workload. Sample areas of
student 
internships include, but are not limited to: Human resources, finance,
economic 
development, health, emergency management, project management, marketing,
and 
grant writing.  REQUIRES: Currently enrolled in a graduate level program
applicable to 
humanitarian work and the work of ADRA such as: international development,
disaster 
response, project management, economic development, public health,
marketing, 
communication, and business.  Must be authorized to work in the United
States.  A 
member in good standing of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. For more
information 
and to apply got to www.jobs-adra.icims.com/jobs/intro.  Vacancy no: 74.

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*INTERN - PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
ATLANTA, GA 

CARE is seeking a Planning and Analysis Intern who will work on several
projects 
related to research, performance reporting, analytical financial support,
and 
benchmarking. The intern will work within the Global Advocacy and External
Relations division of CARE USA in Atlanta, GA and will report to the
Director of 
Planning and Analysis.  REQUIRES: 1. Bachelor¹s Degree.  2. Strong verbal
and 
written communication skills.  3. Strong proficiency in Microsoft Word and
Excel, 
good understanding of PowerPoint.  Desired Skills: 1. Master¹s Degree in
Marketing 
Research, Decision Science/ Support.  2. Proficiency in SAS computer
software. TO 
APPLY: CARE is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer
dedicated to 
workplace diversity.  For more information and to apply, please visit
www.careusa.org/careers.

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FINCA INTERNATIONAL

FINCA International has posted the following openings.  For more information
and to 
apply please visit villagebanking.org (click on Careers)

*RECRUITING INTERN
WASHINGTON, DC 

The intern will help with the following tasks: processing staffing requests,
assisting in 
the improvement of our e-recruiting solution, updating sourcing database,
updating 
mailing list of networking contacts, coordination of campus management
events such as 
career treks/ fairs, microfinance panels, researching databases of
candidates, scheduling
interviews, researching information about recruiting best practices,
processing expense 
reports/ purchase orders, and any other administrative tasks. REQUIRES:
Currently 
pursuing a Bachelor¹s degree in relevant field (business, international
affairs, 
development, etc.).  Excellent communications skills in English.  Proactive,
must be 
able to work independently and produce high quality work.  Vacancy no: 606.

*MICROFINANCE INTERNS
EL SALVADOR 

FINCA El Salvador has posted an opening for 3 unpaid interns to support its
operations 
for a 1 to 2-month period. The interns will assist branches in terms of new
initiatives 
(market studies, policy manuals, etc.).  REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree or
candidate for 
Bachelor's degree; Interest and knowledge on microfinance issues; Strong
research 
skills; Extensive computer skills (proficiency in Excel a plus).  Vacancy
no: 629. 

*PUBLIC SECTOR INTERN II
WASHINGTON, DC 

The Public Sector Intern will assist the Public Sector Team in prospecting,
cultivation, 
and stewardship of public sector donors as well as in supporting the
development of 
new proposals as needed through internal and external research, writing,
editing, budget 
formulation, and analysis of financial projections.  REQUIRES: 4 year degree
in 
relevant field (business, international affairs, development, etc.)
required.  Graduate
level coursework in related field preferred (business, international
affairs, development,
etc.).  Must be able to work independently and produce high quality work.
Vacancy no: 
610. 

*EXECUTIVE INITIATIVES INTERN, FALL
WASHINGTON, DC 

The Executive Initiatives Intern will support the Executive Initiatives
Group across a 
number of strategic planning priority initiatives.  REQUIRES: MBA or
Graduate 
Program candidate (highly qualified undergraduate seniors and recent college
graduates 
may also apply); Excellent communication skills, especially writing and
editing; 
Exceptional research skills and experience with major research project,
thesis, etc.  
Vacancy no: 619. 

*DIRECT MARKETING INTERN, FALL
WASHINGTON, DC 

FINCA International has posted an opening for a Direct Marketing Analyst
intern who 
will assist with data input, list and report generation, database
maintenance and donor
requests.  REQUIRES: Currently pursuing a Bachelor¹s degree; Excellent
communication and interpersonal skills; Strong numerical and analytical
skills; High 
degree of computer literacy; strong competence in all MS Office
applications, 
especially Excel and Access.  Vacancy no: 621.

*PROJECT AND POLICY INTERN
WASHINGTON, DC 

The Project and Policies Intern will work closely with FINCA's Information
Services 
Department senior leadership team on a planned multi-year transformation
effort, to 
align governance models and operating procedures with the international
standard 
COBIT framework.  REQUIRES: MBA or Graduate Program candidate (highly
qualified undergraduate seniors and recent college graduates may also
apply). 
Knowledge and/or experience of Information Technology Industry, high level
understanding of IT functions and project concept.  Vacancy no: 553.

*IT CORPORATE INTERN
WASHINGTON, DC 

FINCA International has posted an opening for an IT Corporate Intern to be
based in 
Washington, DC.  The internship position will offer a great opportunity for
building 
experience with managing and reporting information technology budgets and
contracts. 
The Intern will contribute to a budget centralization initiative.  REQUIRES:
MBA or 
graduate program candidate (highly qualified undergraduate seniors and
recent college 
graduates may also apply).  Knowledge and/or experience in General Ledger,
Chart of 
Accounts and Contract tracking.  Vacancy no: 552.

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IRC 

The International Rescue Committee has posted openings for the following
positions. 
For more information and to apply please go online to www.ircjobs.org.

*YOUTH AND COMMUNITY PROGRAM INTERN
NEW YORK, NY 

The Program Intern will provide critical support to the Staten Island based
team to plan 
and implement activities of the CEY and LIT programs, monitor program
progress, and 
other tasks as assigned such as drafting and editing program documents and
research to 
guide program development and fundraising for post-CEY activities.
REQUIRES: 
Experience and/or strong interest in youth and community development, and
capacity 
building in immigrant communities.  College senior or graduate student.
Excellent 
writer. 

*WEB COMMUNICATIONS INTERN
NEW YORK, NY 

The Web Communications Intern will work closely with colleagues in the
External 
Relations and International Programs departments to ensure consistent,
consumer-
friendly updates about the IRC¹s work around the world are delivered to the
IRC¹s Web 
audience.  REQUIRES: Detail-oriented undergraduate or graduate student with
a 
passion for making a difference.  Excellent written and verbal communication
skills.  
Good proofreading and fact-checking skills.  Understanding of what makes a
good 
photo. Photo editing experience preferred.

*SUMMER LITERACY PROGRAM INTERN
NEW YORK, NY 

The Summer Literacy Program Intern will assist Acting/ Literacy Teacher to
prepare 
and implement acting/ literacy class.  REQUIRES: current Bachelor¹s of
Education 
student, Master¹s level a plus.  Reliable and flexible.  Participate in an
IRC Youth 
Program Orientation and Trainings.  Able to work with students of various
ethnic 
backgrounds. 

*PROJECT SOAR NON-PROFIT DEVELOPMENT INTERN
NEW YORK, NY 

Project SOAR is offering an unpaid intern opportunity for a minimum of 6
months at 
full or part-time (1 full-time or 2 part-time), to achieve two distinct
learning objectives
and project outcomes.  REQUIRES: BA or BS required. Preferably Master¹s
student or 
recent Master¹s degree graduate in international relations or development;
non-profit 
management; or other related field.  Communication, research, and
organizational 
skills. 

*IMMIGRATION LEGAL INTERN
MIAMI, FL 

The Immigration Legal Intern will bilingually complete naturalization
applications for 
submission to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of
Homeland 
Security.  REQUIRES: Fluency in Spanish required in order to conduct
community 
outreach and complete USCIS applications.  JD candidate/ law student
preferred.  Prior 
experience in immigration and advocacy a plus.

*BHUTANESE COMMUNITY PROGRAM VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
SILVER SPRING, MD 

Volunteers are needed in different capacities. The projects the IRC/ABA is
providing 
are as follows: English language lessons, Acculturation, Economic
self-sufficiency 
(Employment). REQUIRES: Reliable and flexible; Willing to learn about
Bhutanese 
people, culture, and history; Willing to learn about and practice
cross-cultural 
communication; Willing to adhere to ABA volunteer and workplace policies;
and able 
to communicate clearly and effectively in English; fluency in Nepali is
preferred. 

*US PROGRAM PROCESSING UNIT INTERN
NEW YORK, NY 

Within a mentoring relationship, the Processing Unit Intern will work with
the Director 
for Refugee Processing and the Travel Specialist in monitoring the domestic
arrivals in 
the Resettlement Program.  REQUIRES: Currently enrolled in or recently
graduated 
from an institution of higher education; or a highly motivated person ready
to begin 
their senior year in high school.  Solid organizational skills;
detail-oriented; ability to
multi-task, prioritize tasks and manage time effectively, and to learn
quickly.  Excellent
interpersonal and communication skills: the ability to effectively liaise
with people 
within and across departments in a multi-cultural environment.

*REFUGEE STORY AND PHOTO CATALOGUING INTERN
NEW YORK, NY 

The Refugee Story and Photo Cataloguing Intern will work with liaisons from
marketing, communications and development, this position will extract
compelling 
photographs, stories, audio clips, ppt presentations and videos from each
units¹ 
database, and catalogue items in the IRC¹s intranet library so that they are
readily 
accessible for future outreach and donor engagement purposes.  REQUIRES:
Undergraduate or recent undergraduate.  Interest in international affairs,
humanitarian 
work, and refugee rights.  Proficiency in Microsoft programs i.e. (word,
excel, power 
point), adobe acrobat.

*OUTREACH AND ADVOCACY INTERN
SILVER SPRING, MD 

The Outreach and Advocacy Intern will assist the Community Outreach and
Advocacy 
Coordinator in, among other areas: maintaining our ESL and family mentor
volunteer 
programs; researching potential networking opportunities with community
groups, 
government agencies and other non-profit organizations; planning events;
developing 
presentations to local organizations, community groups and others.
REQUIRES: 
Ability to easily create sophisticated and complex materials using Microsoft
Word, 
Excel and Publisher as well as Internet tools such as blogs, e-campaigns,
surveys, and 
social networking sites.  Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in
English; 
fluency/ advanced proficiency in a second language, including Amharic,
Arabic, 
French, Nepali, Swahili or Tigrinya, preferred.

*VOLUNTEER MEDIATION SPECIALIST
THAILAND 

The Volunteer Mediation Specialist will work to train LAC Staff, paralegals,
Camp 
Community leaders to improve dispute resolution procedures, policing and
detention 
practices in a refugee camp on the Thai-Burma border. REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s
degree 
on law, international relations, mediation or related field.  Strong
interest in 
international affairs, conflict resolution and human rights.  Strong
mediation and/or 
arbitration skills.

*REGIONAL INTERN, HORN AND EAST AFRICA
NEW YORK 

The Regional Intern, Horn & East Africa (H&EA), will provide a range of
program and 
administrative assistance to support the region.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s
degree 
required; matriculating graduate-level student in International Development,
International Affairs, or relevant field preferred; Background in French
preferred;  
Writing Sample required.

*JOB DEVELOPMENT INTERN
SACRAMENTO, CA 

The Job Development Intern will assist IRC staff and volunteers in providing
practical 
support for refugees seeking employment.  REQUIRES: At least 2 years of
undergraduate work.  Strong employment history and knowledge of application
processes.  Ability to promote employment as essential to independence and
self-
sufficiency. 

*GRANTS VOLUNTEER
THAILAND 

The Grants Volunteer works in close coordination with the Program
Coordinator and 
Deputy Director, Programs and provides support in all aspects of grants
management 
and administration.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s or Master¹s degree.  Excellent
English 
grammar skills and writing ability.  Experience in international
humanitarian or 
development work or grant writing experience preferred.

*US PROGRAM PROCESSING UNIT INTERN
NEW YORK 

The Processing Unit Intern will work with the Director for Refugee
Processing and the 
Travel Specialist in monitoring the domestic arrivals in the Resettlement
Program.  
REQUIRES: Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from an institution of
higher 
education; or a highly motivated person ready to begin their senior year in
high 
school.    Solid organizational skills; detail-oriented; ability to
multi-task, prioritize
tasks and manage time effectively, and to learn quickly.

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ABT ASSOCIATES 

ABT Associates has posted openings for the following positions.  For more
information 
please go to www.abtassociates.com

*INTERNSHIP ­ CEO OFFICE
BETHESDA, MD 

An opening is posted for an Intern, CEO Office.  Responsibilities include
managing 
multiple projects, coordinating and planning meetings and/or potentially
small events, 
supporting communications with staff and external audiences (including
writing/ 
drafting/ editing), helping with office management and organization
including 
development of procedures, as well as some filing and note taking tasks.
REQUIRES: 
Must be very organized, self-starter who can thrive in a fast-paced and
deadline-driven 
environment where multi-tasking is essential. Previous office or assistant
experience a 
plus.  Vacancy no: 2010-4650.

*INTERN- SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC POLICY
CAMBRIDGE, MA 

An opening is posted for an Intern, Social and Economic Policy to assist in
the location 
of respondents for survey and other tasks necessary to prepare for the data
collection 
related to evaluations of STEM programs.  REQUIRES: 1 year of college.
Fluency in 
Spanish and English.  Vacancy no: 2010-4643.

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