NATO Internship Program
Interns will be assigned projects that include research, media analysis, public relations, drafting and preparing official documents, attending committee meetings and conferences, and more. Ideal candidates will have a background in media and journalism, information technology, finance, economics, engineering, and speak English, French, Russian, Ukrainian or Arabic.
Current students applying for an internship must have successfully completed at least two years of post-secondary studies and be enrolled in their third year at the time they apply. Interns receive a monthly stipend plus travel expense reimbursement upon entering and leaving the assignment. All interns will need to pass security clearance from national authorities.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949. The global organization currently has 28 members which form a system of agreed upon collective defense strategy in response to an attack. The organization is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium.
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