Apply for the Remote Paid($15 per hour) internship at International Peace Institute.
Remote Paid($15 per hour) internship at International Peace Institute, New York. Applications are welcomed worldwide.
Great opportunity for young graduates of all discipline worldwide. Application is open to anyone who is interested to undergo 3months internship program at the International Peace Institute, New York. There are three categories to chose from and take your internship for three months
Interns are paid 15 dollars per hour and possible retention for full time employment upon completion of the three months program
The details below will guide you more appropriately on how to apply, and also the criteria for selection and qualifications
IPI seeks qualified applicants for a full-time, three-month paid virtual internship (with the possibility of renewal) as part of IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations (CPO).
This internship is situated in the Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations (CPO), which covers IPI’s work on the full spectrum of peace and security issues, including prevention, mediation, peace operations, peacebuilding and sustaining peace, preventing violent extremism, and UN reform.
The intern will report directly to CPO’s Policy Analysts. The successful candidate will work with all members of the CPO team, and will interact with other IPI programs. The intern will gain knowledge and skills from on-the-job experience, with the CPO Team providing guidance and feedback to facilitate the learning process.
The selected candidate will be expected to work virtually through the duration of three-month internship. Although the successful candidate does not need to be based in New York City, the candidate should be available during standard IPI working hours (9am-5pm EST).
Responsibilities for the interns at International Peace Institute
Identify, analyze and monitor political developments and trends in relations to peace and security and peacebuilding;
Research and contribute to drafting analytical reports on issues related to international peace and security, including but not limited to peace operations, peacebuilding and sustaining peace, and mediation;
Interact with a broad range of international and regional actors working on these topics at the multilateral level;
Assist with the substantive and technical preparation of virtual meetings and seminars;
Contribute analysis and technical assistance to IPI’s internet presence;
Provide research support to the team as needed; and
Perform various administrative tasks in support of CPO programming.
Qualifications for the internship at International Peace Institute
Graduate-level coursework in international affairs, political science, or a related field, with an interest or focus on issues related to international peace and security;
Knowledge of UN institutions and multilateral policy processes;
Outstanding research, analytical, and English writing skills;
Fluency in English; proficiency in an additional official UN language is an added value;
Excellent team player with strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multicultural environment, with demonstrated sensitivity and respect for diversity and gender;
Demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines;
Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills; and
Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail;
How to Apply for the internship at International Peace Institute
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited to take the written assessment.
We anticipate that final interviews will be held virtually the week commencing after the closure of application
Please send the following in an email to email@example.com with “CPO Internship” as the email subject, and include the following attachments.
Cover letter (please state your earliest available start date the your cover letter);
Current résumé /CV;
A short writing sample (no more than 2-3 pages) on a relevant subject; and
Contact information for three professional references.
Please send only Word or PDF files. Do not compress or zip files. No telephone inquiries