More than just playing a crucial support role, TIMEP interns work as an integral part of the TIMEP team. While TIMEP has hosted a diversity of interns, all interns are selected for the quality of their previous professional or research experience and for their stated commitment to TIMEP’s mission and work. TIMEP interns are matched with staff mentors for the duration of their internship, and interns are specifically matched to projects or initiatives that align with their own career or academic goals.


Hear what TIMEP interns have had to say about the program:

To date, TIMEP has hosted interns from the following universities:

University of California, Santa Barbara

University of California, Davis

Brown University

Georgetown University (Master of Arts in Arab Studies Program)

George Washington University (Elliott School of International Affairs)

Syracuse University (Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs)

American University School of International Service (Master of Arts in Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs Program and Master of Arts in International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program)

George Mason University School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs (Master of Arts in Political Science Program)

American University of Kuwait

American University in Cairo (Master of Global Affairs Program)

George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs (Master of Arts in International Affairs Program)

American University of Paris (Master of Arts in Middle East and Islamic Affairs Program)

Johns Hopkins (School of Advanced International Studies)

Middlebury Institute of International Studies

American College of Greece

Rider University

TIMEP accepts interns on a rolling basis. To apply, please view the call for applications here: TIMEP Internships