For the Summer 2023 internship program, TIMEP is seeking a part-time Programs and Events Intern who is available to work between 15 and 20 hours a week for 8 to 12 weeks. Summer internships typically begin between May and June, though we are happy to accommodate the start date that works best for the incoming intern.
The Programs and Events Intern will:
- Assist with the development of TIMEP events by researching potential speakers, contributing to the drafting of event descriptions, and preparing invitations
- Learn how to prepare and execute virtual events through the Zoom platform
- Attend private TIMEP convenings, as well as relevant external events, and draft summaries to share with the team
- Monitor external events relevant to TIMEP’s work and share with the team on a weekly basis
- Conduct research on opportunities for TIMEP and TIMEP experts to participate in external conferences and events
- Assist with developing proposals for external conference/event participation
- Provide support to TIMEP’s Conversation Six podcast by contributing to the development of ideas, helping to drafting scripts, and editing transcripts after Conversation Six recordings
- Have the opportunity to provide support to TIMEP’s Nonresident Fellowship Program.
A monthly internship stipend will be offered, so long as it does not interfere with the student’s respective university requirements for internships. Full-time interns will receive a stipend of $1000 per month, which will be prorated for part-time positions and partial months.
- Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from an undergraduate program in international affairs, political science, communications, and/or related field of study
- Demonstrated knowledge of issues and developments in the Middle East and North Africa region
- Strong research and writing skills
- Well-organized and attentive to detail
- Able to manage multiples tasks and meet deadlines
- Able to effectively work with and collaborate with multiple team members
- Prior event planning experience a plus
About TIMEP’s Internship Program
TIMEP’s Internship Program is dedicated to training the next generation of policy influencers and policy makers by providing students and young professionals with:
- A hands-on learning experience in which they are paired with a staff mentor
- The opportunity to refine a set of skills and knowledge to further their professional goals
- Exposure to TIMEP’s programming and operations.
At the beginning of each internship, each TIMEP intern will work with a staff mentor to jointly identify a set of goals for the internship involving skills, knowledge, and/or experience. By the end of the program, each TIMEP intern will have had the opportunity to:
- Refine his or her skills, knowledge, and experiences in furtherance of said-goals;
- Engage with like-minded organizations and practitioners; and
- Better understand the role of civil society and nonprofit organizations like TIMEP in the MENA policy space.
Applications will be accepted AND reviewed on a rolling basis up until March 20th, 2023. Please send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org with “2023 Summer Programs & Events Internship” in the subject line:
- Cover letter that includes the following information:
- When are you available to begin your internship? What days/schedule are you able to work?
- Where did you learn about the position?
- What are your goals for the internship? How does this internship fit into your academic or career plans?
Internship candidates present in Washington, DC may have the opportunity to work in a hybrid format which allows for both in-person and remote work. Internship candidates outside of Washington, DC will be able to complete the internship in an entirely remote setting. Regardless of location, the candidate’s schedule should fall within TIMEP’s office hours (between 9:00AM – 5:30PM Eastern Time.)