Internships with the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, 2012

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Internships with the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States 2012 for Undergraduate and Graduate students.


Program Name: Internships with the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States.


About employer: The Wilson Center is the official memorial to the nation’s 28th president. More than just a collection of marble pillars and famous quotes, the Center is “a living memorial,” a gathering place for some of the best and brightest scholars and experts from around the world.


Degree program: This internship is for undergraduate students/ graduate students.


Subject(s): As per offered during internship in the Institute.


Eligibility criteria: Applicants should posses:
Should have strong research and/or administrative skills
Be detail-oriented, be able to work independently and collectively as part of group,
Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate degree program,
Recent graduate (within the last year), and/or have been accepted to enter an advanced degree program.
He/she should have strong writing skills, good analytical and research skills, basic computer skills, and a strong interest in China-related issues.


Open for following countries: Open for international students.


Program detail: The Kissinger Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars seeks an intern each semester with an interest in, coursework related to, and/or experience working onChinaand the United States (KICUS).


Duration: This internship is part-time (15-20 hours/week) and is unpaid.


Opportunities available: The internship provides opportunity for practical experience in an environment that successfully mixes academic study with public policy.


Apply for program: You can apply for the program through e-mail.


Last date of application: Application deadline is November 15, 2012.

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