Arab American Institute Summer Intern Position, BTT Gateway Job ID 6900
Fri, April 5, 2013
Arab American Institue Summer Intern Position, BTT Gateway Job ID 6900
AAI offers internships in Washington for Arab American college students and recent graduates interested in public affairs, advocacy and ethnic politics. The program is part of the Arab American Institute Foundation (AAIF)'s commitment to youth leadership, along with scholarships and awards for public and community service.
Internships during the spring, summer and fall semesters at AAI offer hands-on experience in the workings of a busy non-profit with programs that include research and information, event management, community outreach, and media relations, among others. Applications are reviewed by senior staff to determine departmental assignments based on each student's area of study, extracurricular activities, and interests.
In addition to assignments at AAI, we also place summer interns in other organizations in Washington, including advocacy groups, the national political parties, government agencies, and organizations that focus on Middle Eastern affairs. 2012 Interns were offered positions at the US Department of State, the office of Congresswoman Karen Bass, the Democratic National Committee, the Institute for Policy Studies, Churches for Middle East Peace, and others.
Preference for summer internships will be given to those who are available for full-time placement and eligible for college credit. Those not eligible for college credit are allocated a stipend of up to $1,000 per month, based on hours. Applicants must either be U.S. citizens or permitted to work in the U.S.
Interns receive EITHER college credit OR a stipend.
To apply, submit the following items on AAI's website, http://www.aaiusa.org/page/s/2013-summer-internship-application:
1. A resume and cover letter
2. 2 references
3. A short Writing Sample, (max 1,000 words); relevant topic of your choice
Application deadline is 4/5/2013.