Friday, November 14, 2014

Full-time Internship Opportunity Available at KEI

KEI is currently seeking graduate students with an interest in Asia-Pacific issues for its Spring/Winter 2015 intern class. KEI interns are on the cusp of current events, hearing the news before it is released, and organizing the very interviews that are shown on the evening news. They are directly active in the practice of U.S.-ROK diplomacy and provided maximum exposure to the issues and major players in the field of U.S.-Korea Relations via: report publication, attendance at events, and both peer-to-peer and VIP networking opportunities. At KEI, interns gain experience in the areas of professional writing development, policy-research, data collection, economic analysis, and event planning. 

Main Responsibilities
  • Attend and prepare short analytical reports on conferences, programs & hearings in teh Washington, D.C. Area of interest;
  • Assist with the event planning and conducting of various KEI-sponsored conferences and programs;
  • Provide work as a team with members of staff and other interns on major events and projects;
  • Graduate student with a background in political science, economics, international relations, or Asian studies;
  • An interest in Asia-Pacific issues, especially Korea, preferred;
  • Excellent attention to detail, good organizational abilities and writing skills, professional demeanor, general office skills and strong computer skills;
  • Excellent writing and analysis skills
Application Deadline for 2015 Winter/Spring Internship is November 28, 2014.

Internship Contact:
Clare Hubbard
Associate Director of Programs & Internship Coordinator

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