Turkish Heritage Organization (THO) is seeking a part-time, paid communications and editorial assistant for its Washington office.
THO is a young nonprofit organization that was established to promote discussion and dialogue around Turkey’s role in the international community and to explore the importance of the U.S.-Turkey bilateral relationship across six issue areas: security, humanitarian aid, economy, energy, education, and technology. Through its portfolio of events, programs, and publications, THO seeks to expand channels of communication and bridge the gap between government officials, opinion leaders, and subject-matter experts.
In supporting the work of a young, dynamic organization, the communications and editorial intern will acquire in-depth experience with the editorial and communications processes of a nonprofit. The intern will also have the opportunity to contribute original writing and analysis to THO and to meet with government officials and experts through THO’s activities and events.
Successful applicants are generally undergraduate students, graduate students, or recent graduates with a demonstrated interest in international relations and political science. Applicants must have strong writing and editing skills, including an eye for detail, style, and organization. Applicants with previous editing, communications, and/or journalism experience are encouraged to apply.
A familiarity with and interest in U.S.-Turkey relations is required. Please note that applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
To apply, please send your resume, cover letter, writing sample, and at least two references.
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