The SETA Foundation at Washington DC (SETA-DC) offers several internships throughout the year to college juniors and seniors, MA and PhD Candidates in the Social Sciences, Humanities or Communications majors. These internships offer interns opportunities to enhance their educational backgrounds through research and practical work in policy related issues. Interns will acquire hands on experience in a think tank environment in the nation’s capital. Each intern will be assigned to a mentor whom they will work with for the duration of their internship period. The internships can be full time or half time.
Intern responsibilities include research and administrative assistance for current projects related to policy making, international relations and US-Turkey relations. Specific duties include assistance with web-based research, data gathering and analysis, conducting literature review, writing research papers, public event planning and follow up.
Successful applicants are generally undergraduate and graduate students with a demonstrated interest in political science, international relations, public administration, sociology, anthropology, journalism or mass communications. A strong academic background, writing and research skills, and familiarity internet tools/social media are highly desirable.
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Note: All internships are unpaid and only those selected for an interview will be contacted.