The SETA Foundation at Washington D.C. offers internships throughout the year to college juniors and seniors, MA and PhD Candidates in the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Interns will acquire research and practical experience in a think tank environment in the nation’s capital.
The internships can be full time or part time. Intern responsibilities include research and administrative assistance for current projects related to Turkish foreign policy and US-Turkey relations.
Specific duties include assisting with research, data gathering and analysis, conducting literature review, writing research papers, and public event planning, among other things.
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 proficiency in internet tools/social media are desirable.
All internships are unpaid and only those selected for an interview will be contacted.