Spring 2012 Interns — Apply Now!

The Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN) – a coalition of foreign policy experts, international development practitioners, and NGOs dedicated to effective foreign assistance programs – is seeking a motivated intern for the spring semester. MFAN’s learning internships offer an opportunity to explore the nuances of foreign aid reform and U.S. government advocacy. Internships are unpaid but include a travel stipend.

Intern duties will include:

  • Attending congressional hearings and community events, and providing summaries to MFAN staff
  • Tracking relevant news stories and partner publications
  • Assisting with event planning
  • Data entry and other administrative and support duties as needed

Interns will gain:

  • Exposure to international development and foreign assistance reform
  • Knowledge of U.S. government affairs and processes
  • Relationships within the NGO community

Qualifications:

  • Junior year or higher in college
  • Background or demonstrated interest in political science, public policy, international affairs, development, or related field
  • Experience in an administrative setting
  • Ability to work independently
  • Courteous, professional demeanor
  • Eagerness to learn and help

If you’re interested in applying or have questions, please contact Sarah Tansey, stansey@modernizeaid.net.

To learn more about MFAN, view recent publications or visit our Partners page.

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