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The Leadership Development Internship Program
The internship gives students hands-on experience at non-profit organizations throughout Washington, D.C. who focus on issues relating to the Middle East. The internships are unpaid but provide valuable experience to public policy surrounding the Middle East as well as helping students develop professional skills that will prepare them for careers after graduation.
Eligible students include undergraduates who have completed at least one year of college, graduate students, and students who have recently graduated from college. As interns, students may be responsible for managing the publications department, proofreading, editing and designing publications, maintaining social media sites, or serve as research assistants on writing projects.
Why not apply for an externship and internship?
To apply, students may submit an application online and include a cover letter, resume, three references, writing samples and a college transcript. The internship is offered by the Middle East Institute, founded in 1946 as a center for Middle East research in Washington, D.C. It's purpose is to increase knowledge of the Middle East among the U.S. population.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
For more details, visit www.mei.edu/internships-0