CFR’s volunteer internships give selected volunteer interns the opportunity to receive training in the area of foreign policy; as well as skills training in areas such as writing, research, and program planning.
The volunteer intern will have the opportunity to conduct research on current foreign policy topics, improve their research and editing skills in a team-based environment. The volunteer intern will broaden their knowledge on contemporary Middle Eastern issues as well as U.S. foreign policy, and learn about the functions of a think tank and the relationship between policy experts and policy makers. The internship is meant to bolster the intern's confidence in their own research and in their understanding of Middle Eastern politics by emphasizing critical thinking as well as accurate, timely produced, well-written work.
CFR volunteer internships are unpaid, require a 16 - 21 hour commitment, and are filled on a rolling basis.
CFR volunteer internships are unpaid and are filled on a rolling basis.
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