The Transforming Governance and Protecting Civilians program at Stimson Center offers unpaid internships for the fall, spring and summer semesters. Stimson is a nonprofit, nonpartisan institution devoted to enhancing international peace and security. The Transforming Governance and Protecting Civilians program addresses challenging analytical questions related to preventing, interrupting, and mitigating violence against civilians in armed conflict, particularly in the context of UN peace operations.
An internship with the Transforming Governance and Protecting Civilians Program is an excellent opportunity for individuals seeking to build upon prior experience relevant to peace operations and conflict mitigation, as well as for those with little experience but who can articulate a strong interest in the field. Interns are a vital part of the team, working closely with the program's junior and senior staff. They also engage in the life of Stimson overall, interacting with staff from other Stimson programs and participating in the Center's events. An internship with the program advances participants' knowledge and skill base and strengthens their understanding of peace operations, conflict resolution, and broader foreign policy issues.
Internships with the Transforming Governance and Protecting Civilians program are predominately research-based, but interns should be prepared in addition to assume some administrative duties. We welcome applications from undergraduate, graduate and professional candidates. Applicants must be able to commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week. Preference is often given to those available 30+ hours per week.
Specific responsibilities can include:
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