Thursday, October 24, 2013

GSCD's Upcoming Career Panel: International careers with NED and affiliated NGOs

Have you considered working to promote democracy and economic development abroad? Skills across the Elliott School spectrum are in demand at the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and its related NGOs: NDI, IRI, CIPE and the Solidarity Center. These organizations are looking for expertise in a number of fields, including global gender issues, monitoring and evaluation, public/private partnerships, and regional specialists. All are actively hiring interns and professional staff, with positions open to U.S. and international students.

Many of these opportunities offer hands-on experience and travel abroad, professional connections with public and private-sector actors across the globe, and “resume builders” for future careers in government, consulting, think tanks and many other industries. If you’re interested in working for democratic, social and economic causes, sign up for “Strengthening Democracies” to hear from and network with Elliott School alumni in this exciting industry.


Andriy Yuzvenko (Elliott M.A. alum '07)
Senior Grants Administrator
National Endowment for Democracy (NED)

Robert Cantelmo  (Elliott M.A. alum '13)
Assistant Program Officer, Asia
International Republican Institute (IRI)

Eli Mechanic (Elliott M.A. alum '10)
Senior Program Officer - Middle East/North Africa
National Democratic Institute (NDI)

Nalishha Mehta
Program Officer, Global Labor Programs
& Internship Coordinator
Solidarity Center, AFL-CIO

Elena Suhir (Elliott B.A. alum)
Senior Program Officer for Eurasia
Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)

Career Panel: Strengthening Democracies (NED, CIPE, IRI, NDI and Solidarity Center)
Wednesday, Oct. 30; 2:30-4:00 PM
Lindner Family Commons, ESIA Room 602

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