Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Internships, Entry and Mid-Level Positions

1. World Resources Institute

· Associate, Vulnerability and Adaptation-DC

· Requires French or Spanish fluency and 3-5 yrs experience

2. American Red Cross

· Program Assistant, International Response Operations Center-DC

· Experience in humanitarian relief/emergency response and Creole/French proficiency preferred

3. ICF International

· Intern, Global Development-Calverton, MD

· Meeting & Event Planning Assistant-Calverton, MD


· Security Specialist GS-9-DC

· 1 year of specialized experience or graduate degree

5. SRA International

· Foreign Media Analyst, Mideast/Southwest Asia-Arlington, VA

· Native/Near Native fluency in Mideast/SW Asia language

· Graduate degree

6. The Century Foundation

· Policy Program Assistant-DC

7. Chemonics International

· Data Analyst, Famine Early Warning Systems Network via washpost-DC

· Graduate degree

8. National Italian American Foundation

· Fund Development Internship via washpost-DC


· Policy and Advocacy Associate, External Relations-DCW

· Legislative experience required

10. Amnesty International

· Media Relations Assistant-NYC

11. America Abroad Media

· Office Manager, Executive Assistant-DC

12. Freedom House

· Program Officer, Eurasia-DC

· Russian language ability and graduate degree preferred

13. CSIS Global Health Policy Center

· Web & Social Media Assistant-DC

· Strong preference for background in global health/international development

14. International Council on Clean Transportation

· Program Associate, Finance and Operations-DC

· Accounting experience strongly preferred

15. Mission Readiness

· Membership Assistant-DC

16. Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

· Global Concerns Intern via washpost-DC


At July 2, 2010 at 11:27 PM , Blogger Allison Kline said...

Great page, really helpful just to unclutter the mess of job search aggregates in my head!

I'm also looking for an Int. Affairs entry-level position in DC, I graduated from a school in Boston this past February.

Do you have any advice about making the move to DC to job search/ were you able to find a job quickly to pay your living expenses?

I'm contemplating making the move, because job searching from a distance has not proven itself to be productive for me yet!

At July 8, 2010 at 11:01 AM , Blogger Nick M said...

Hey Allison,

Thanks for the comment! I have a remarkably similar situation to yours and recently moved down to Washington, DC after graduating from Northeastern last year. I definitely have some advice for you and would love to help you out with any questions you have. Feel free to email me at and we can discuss!


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