U.S Foreign Policy Internship Position at MENA Pacs
ABOUT MENA PACS:
Mena PACS is an international collaboration management company offering PMO and digital platform tools to global aid agencies throughout the Middle East and North African (MENA). In addition to technical tools, AMENA PACs offer studies and country analysis assessments & risk mitigation tools to for-profit and nonprofit organizations. MENA PACs work in conflict and high-risk zones at the community level and with national and regional governments, focusing on connecting top-down and bottom-up initiatives.
the Council has an internship available in the Studies Department. The intern will assist the research associate and fellow with research, editing, and administrative tasks. The intern will gain firsthand experience with the tools scholars use to analyze U.S. foreign policy and its implications.
The primary responsibilities of this position will include (but are not limited to):
° Research issues related to current U.S. foreign policy, including world order, grand strategy, U.S.-Russia, and U.S.-China relations, and geo-economics, contributing directly to the substance of study group meetings, as well as publications of the fellow
° Assist with writing and editing content, including research memos and briefs as needed
° Assist in logistical support as needed, including but not limited to coordination of study groups and meetings
° Undergraduate or graduate student with a concentration in international relations or related field
° Students should have completed the equivalent of four semesters of college coursework (not including A.P. classes in high school) by the time they begin an internship
° Strong research and writing skills
° Excellent attention to detail
° Strong Microsoft Office skills
° Mandarin, Russian language proficiency preferred but not required
· This is an unpaid internship.
· Externship, internship, and college credits & mentorships eligible
· Minimum commitment of three-months – up to one year
· This is a remote/teleworking position (occasional travel might be required)
· A minimum of 25 hours - up to 40 hours/ week
· Multiple time zones working hours
· Starts immediately – acceptance on a rolling basis