Spring Intern, Asia Society Policy Institute
- Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific – The selected candidate will assist the Director for Asian Security and the security team to support research initiatives on Asian security strategy and regional architecture reform. This position requires a candidate who is comfortable with significant independent responsibility in coordinating with high-level current and former officials. The selected candidate will also provide writing and research support for the Director of Asian Security in drafting op-eds and research articles on a wide range of security and defense issues.
- Economics and Trade in the Asia-Pacific– The selected candidate assist the ASPI Vice President to support a high-level initiative on the Asian trade agenda. The candidate should possess a strong economic background with knowledge on current trade agreements and initiatives in the region. This position will also entail conducting independent research on emerging Asian economic trends, and drafting talking points and speeches for the Vice President.
- Gender Issues in the Asia-Pacific – The selected candidate will assist the ASPI Vice President and affiliated staff to support programming on women and gender policies in Asia. This position will entail conducting independent research on emerging women’s policy issues for the Vice President, as well as coordinating logistics on a series of speaking events gender thought leaders. Candidates should be familiar with barriers women face in the workplace, economies and societies more generally.