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CIA Directorate of Operations Internship (Summer 2018)
March 15, 2017
Interns in the CIA's Directorate of Operations (DO) support the DO's mission of collecting human intelligence on critical international developments. The DO is the covert arm of the CIA. Working in the Washington, DC area, DO student interns perform duties typical of a Collection Management Officer or Staff Operations Officer, teaming with knowledgeable professionals to facilitate the collection and dissemination of foreign intelligence used by US national security, defense, and foreign policy officials and intelligence analysts. Interns are generally freshmen at the time of application. DO internships offer competitive salaries and benefits.
National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) Summer Student Internship Program 
February 2, 2017
The National Weather Service (NWS) National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) is accepting applications for its 2017 summer student internship program. NCEP is offering up to 10 paid summer internships targeted towards current undergraduate and graduate students to work in areas that will meet the future needs of the ever-broadening weather-climate-water user community. Students may be involved in activities that improve understanding of forecasting issues and address critical aspects of operational model development.
General Motors Public Policy Summer Internship 
The 2016 General Motors Public Policy/Global Giving Intern will assist the philanthropic teams with research and development of key focus areas (Education and economic empowerment) for GM's new Detroit strategy. Duties will include creating key deliverables and metrics for specific projects, preparing summary reports on GM's local contributions, assisting with special events planning and coordination and providing important insight on local philanthropy.
Brookings Summer Internships
in DC 

March 10, 2017
There are many opportunities to intern with the Brookings Institute in Washington DC this summer. Internship areas include communications, foreign policy, governance studies, global economy and development, information technology, and economic studies. Internships may be paid or unpaid.
The Carter Center Peace Program Summer Internship 
March 1, 2017 
The Carter Center's Peace Programs strengthen freedom, democracy, and access to information in nations worldwide, securing for people the political and civil rights that are the foundation of just and peaceful societies. Positions are available in the following programs: China, Conflict Resolution, Democracy, Global Access to Information, Human Rights, and Latin America and the Caribbean.
Human Rights Watch US Program Intern 
The US Program of Human Rights Watch ("HRW") is seeking undergraduate interns for the summer 2017 semester. The interns will learn about human rights problems inside the US, especially those related to criminal justice and immigration policy.
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Summer Internship
Deadline: February 15, 2017
The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) offers on-the-job training during the summer for undergraduate students in nonproliferation studies. Participants conduct research on issues related to the spread and control of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), including: nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, and regional security issues in the former Soviet Union, Eurasia, East Asia, South Asia, and the Middle East. In addition to working on ongoing projects at CNS, interns may develop their own research projects under the guidance of senior CNS faculty. Interns will attend CNS lectures and training seminars throughout the summer. Usually, CNS starts the training program at the beginning of June for two to three months.
Bates Whites Economic Consultant Program 
January 29, 2017
Summer Consultants work on teams to develop rigorous, high-quality economic or financial analysis and reports. They participate in a thorough internal training program that provides the tools necessary to contribute to many aspects of a project. Under the direction of senior start, Summer Consultants will have the opportunity to conduct research on various subjects, work with databases, spreadsheets, and other tools to analyze data and information; create economic and business models; synthesize facts, communicate with exports and clients; and prepare presentations and reports. They work side by side with colleagues at all levels and background, from PhD economists to lawyers and MBAs.


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