Eurasia Group Foundation (EGF) seeks part-time Research Interns in our New York, NY office. We are a nonprofit organization led by Board President Ian Bremmer. Our mission is to educate and empower those left out of the foreign policy conversation, connecting individuals to the geopolitical issues and events that impact their lives.
EGF seeks part-time Research Interns who can be available in EGF’s New York City office for at least 15 hours per week (depending on availability) in the 2020 Fall and 2021 Spring semesters. Research Interns will be working on a project that explores the advantages and implications of a less militarized, more restrained US foreign policy.
The ideal candidate is an undergraduate or graduate student in international relations, political science, communications, security studies or public policy who is mission-driven, self-directed, a strong writer, and a strategic thinker. The intern should have the ability to distill complex policy documents and research reports into clearly written summaries. An aptitude for either qualitative methods or quantitative methods is desirable. Experience with infographic design, social media or strategy, and journalistic/narrative writing is strongly preferred. This individual will report to EGF’s Research Associate.
EGF is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to helping people make meaning out of the impact geopolitics has on their lives by empowering them to get involved in the issues that matter to them most. EGF takes complex issues and ensures they are accessible to everyone through traditional and nontraditional media, including events and meetings, papers and presentations, videos, infographics, podcasts, and the full array of social media channels. www.egfound.org.
Conduct data analysis for annual public opinion surveys
Conduct research for opinion pieces related to restraint in US foreign policy
Track foreign policy trends and major news headlines
Support development and execution of social media strategy
Manage bi-weekly podcast calendar, ensuring episodes are in alignment with news cycle, key dates, and major events
Identify emerging and established voices in international relations and foreign policy for bi-weekly podcast and other external-facing projects
Fall Semester 2020
Start date: September 1, 2020
Duration: Academic semester
Applications accepted on a rolling basis
Spring Semester 2021
Start date: 3rd week of January 2021
Duration: Academic semester
Application deadline: November 1, 2020
Send Cover Letter, Resume, 2 writing samples, and 2-3 References to Caroline Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that this opportunity is an unpaid internship, though we are happy to work with your academic or professional institution for credit.