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Thursday, September 8, 2016
Internship Opportunity: Asia
Intern, Southeast Asia
Duration: 4 Months Hourly Wage: $11 Approximate Hours Per Week: 40 Washington, DC
DEADLINE:September 30, 2016
International strategic advisory firm seeks graduate student or undergraduate senior for a paid fall internship focusing on Southeast Asia.
Extensive research of public policy and business issues
Attending and reporting on speeches, panel discussions and policy forums of interest to the firm and clients
Assisting professional staff with general office and administrative support
A commitment to work from the beginning of September through the end of December. A commitment to work full-time is strongly preferred
The ideal candidate is an accomplished researcher, an excellent writer and is exceptionally organized, with an understanding of international politics, economics, business and culture
Have a strong background, demonstrated interest, and experience living or studying in a Southeast Asian country
Fluency in a regional language is preferred but not required
DEADLINE: September 30, 2016
Interested applicants must send a detailed cover letter highlighting workday availability, relevant experience and skills; a resume; and one or two short (no more than 3 pp total) writing samples demonstrating strong research and concise writing on issues related to international politics or political economy to email@example.com. Please compile all application materials into one PDF document. Requested Documents: