Project Interchange seeks fall interns Internships available for Media Relations, International Programs, and United States Programs

For more information on any of these positions, please email pi@projectinterchange.org


Media Relations Internship

We seek interns who will assume the following responsibilities:

Qualifications

Candidates should be detail-oriented, demonstrate stellar written communication skills, enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, and be knowledgeable about international relations. This internship requires diligence and the ability to handle multiple projects. Experience updating/maintaining webpages strongly preferred.

How To Apply

Please send a resume, brief writing sample, and a cover letter explaining your qualifications and why you are interested in this internship.

Chris Townsend
townsendc@projectinterchange.org
202-833-0025
(fax) 202-331-7702


International Programs Internship

We seek interns who will assume the following responsibilities:

Qualifications

Candidates should:

The successful intern will complete assigned detailed tasks and equally have the opportunity to conceive, design, and implement his/her own ideas that would contribute to PI’s mission.

Commitment

Interns are expected to work at least 10 hours per week, for at least one semester (approximately 4-5 months).

Benefits

Great opportunity to learn about the non-profit world working with Israel, a chance to contribute to fostering peace and understanding between societies, an opportunity to work within the premier Jewish organization in the country and develop a network of high-level connections from around the world.

How To Apply

Please send a resume and a cover letter explaining your qualifications and why you are interested in this internship to the Associate Director of International Programs, Miriam Ganem-Rosen, at ganemrosenm@projectinterchange.org.


United States Programs Internship

We seek interns who will assume the following responsibilities:

Qualifications

Candidates should be detail-oriented, demonstrate stellar written and communication skills, enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, and be knowledgeable about international relations and the Middle East. This internship requires diligence and the ability to handle multiple projects. Experience updating/maintaining webpages strongly preferred.

Commitment

Interns are expected to work at least 10 hours per week, for at least one semester (approximately 4-5 months). Summer internships are available as well.

Benefits

Great opportunity to learn about the non-profit world working with Israel, a chance to contribute to fostering peace and understanding between societies, and a chance to work within the premier Jewish organization in the country, developing a network of high-level connections from across the country.

How To Apply

Please send a resume, brief writing sample, and a cover letter explaining your qualifications and why you are interested in this internship.

E-mail/fax your application to Allie Tenenbaum at tenenbauma@projectinterchange, fax 202-331-7702.


About Project Interchange

Project Interchange: Connection Leaders Worldwide with Israel

Project Interchange, an educational institute of the American Jewish Committee, brings opinion leaders and policy makers to Israel for a week of intensive travel and learning. Participants experience Israeli society, connect with their Israeli counterparts and learn about Israel’s extensive contributions in their fields.

Founded in 1982, Project Interchange maintains an alumni network of over 6,000 influential voices spanning more than 80 countries.

Project Interchange relies on donors who support its unique purpose and the measurable results its programs yield.