Assignments include:

 

- Attendance at and reporting on Congressional hearings;

- Meetings and other contact with Members of Congress, Congressional staff, and U.S. and foreign government officials;

- Outreach to Jewish Federations, Community Relations Councils, national Jewish agencies and others;

- Research and organizing of community programs existing in the successor states;

- Research and writing of position papers, testimony, informational materials, and NCSEJ Country Reports;

- Monitoring human rights and regional developments through media, Internet, and direct contacts;

- Aiding in the planning, preparation and execution of major programs and events;

- Outreach to interns and college students;

- General clerical work.

 

Time Commitment: Interns must commit to working at least 15 hours per week. 

Academic Credit: NCSEJ is prepared to coordinate internships with university officials for existing programs only. 

Financial Aid: Because NCSEJ is a not-for-profit agency, no financial aid is available. Business-related expenses will be reimbursed. 

Application Procedure: Please forward a résumé, cover letter and a short writing sample to ncsejinfo@ncsej.org or to: 

NCSEJ

Attn: Intern Coordinator

1120 20th Street NW, Suite 300N,

Washington, DC 20036