The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Hudson Institute Internship Opportunity: Unpaid

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This is an unpaid internship opportunity from outside the Rockefeller Center.

Position Type: Internship - unpaid

Location: Remote

Sector: Multiple

Start Date: Flexible (Both Spring and Summer internships offered)

Wage or benefits: Unpaid

Time Commitment: Full Time

Desired Class Year: Open to all class years

Desired Major or Interest: Open to all majors, specific internships request students in applicable fields of study

Organization website:

https://hudson.applicantpro.com/jobs/

Brief Description of the organization:

Think tank and research center dedicated to nonpartisan analysis of US and international economic, security, and political issues.

Brief Description of the Intern’s role or key qualifications:

Hudson has garnered local, national, and international acclaim with its hands-on research and offers a unique opportunity for its interns to work with Hudson researchers in policy areas such as National Security Studies, Economic and Employment Policy, Middle East Studies, Cybersecurity and Quantum Initiative, Food Policy Center, South and Central Asia, and Political Theory.

·  Hudson interns are required to devote a minimum of 15 hours per week in an unpaid capacity.

·  Fall, winter, spring, and summer internships are available each year.

·  Some programs hire interns on an as-needed basis, so please take a look at Hudson’s interest areas to see if we do work in a field that interests you.

How to apply:

https://www.hudson.org/about/employment

This is an unpaid internship from outside the Rockefeller Center. Such opportunities are posted in an effort to help students find a leave-term internship experience in public policy or a social sciences related area. Such postings do not constitute an endorsement by the Center of the political objectives of any one person or organization.

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