Candidates will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions (4 positions) are filled. Friday, December 4, 2015 is the suggested deadline.
OPPORTUNITIES (see details below)
- Communications Internship
- Development & Fundraising Internship
- General Internship
- Policy Internship
- Fall: September – December
- Winter/Spring: January – May
- Summer: June – August
- Fall 2015: Friday, August 7, 2015
- Winter/Spring 2016: Friday, December 4, 2015
- Summer 2016: Friday, April 29, 2016
To apply for an internship with the National Security Network, please submit the following materials to Nora Snee at email@example.com by the suggested deadline. The subject line should include your name, the internship and internship period for which you are applying.
- Cover letter, including your availability (hours per week and approximate start and end dates)
- Short writing sample (2-3 pages)
Please note that applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and that we encourage candidates to submit their applications before the suggested deadline. Only those candidates selected for a phone interview will be contacted. Please note that all while all internship positions are unpaid, there are unique opportunities to attend high-powered national security and networking events on the Hill and throughout Washington.
The internship provides a unique opportunity to gain an understanding of the intersection of congressional outreach and developments in the national security field at a nonprofit organization in Washington, DC. This intern will work closely with the Director of Congress and Coalitions.
The internship provides a unique opportunity to gain hands on experience in the fields of communication, journalism, and the media. You will work closely with the Director of Communications.
We are seeking a Development & Fundraising Intern to work closely with the Director of Development and Outreach. This intern will get hands on experience with marketing and outreach in the nonprofit world.
The internship provides the unique opportunity to gain an understanding of the operation of a non-profit foreign policy organization at all levels: policy/research, communications, outreach, coalition building, and administration.
The internship provides the unique opportunity to gain an understanding of the research and policy development processes of a non-profit foreign policy organization. This intern will work closely with the policy team.
The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship
Through our partners NSI, we are happy to host Scoville Fellows. The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship pays a salary for college graduates to work with NGOs in Washington, DC, including the National Security Initiative, on international peace and security issues for six to nine months. For further information, please visit www.scoville.org