The call for Applications is now open for the Halle Foundation/AGI Internships Program 2024. If you’re an undergraduate or graduate student seeking an internship program in the spring, summer, or fall of 2024, this is an opportunity you shouldn’t miss out on. Kindly check the eligibility requirements below to confirm your eligibility status, before proceeding to apply.
The Halle Foundation/AGI Internships Internship Program is offering paid internships that promise a monthly stipend of up to $1700 to successfully selected applicants in addition to acquiring a Professional and Educational Experience. We will guide you on how you apply for this internship opportunity, please read on.
Halle Foundation/AGI Internships Overview
The Halle Foundation/AGI Internship Program provides a platform for you to acquire professional and educational experience in a not-for-profit think-tank that strives to strengthen the German-American partnership.
Meanwhile, the Halle Foundation is dedicated to promoting understanding, knowledge, and friendship between the people of Germany and the United States. Simultaneously, the American-German Institute (AGI) in Washington, DC, is the exclusive think tank focusing on critical issues affecting Germany and the United States.
Halle Foundation/AGI Internships – Aims and Objectives
The primary objectives of Halle Foundation/AGI internships are as follows:
- 1. Exposure to All Aspects of an American Nonprofit Public Policy Institute: Interns will have the opportunity to gain insight into various aspects, including administrative work, programming, development, and research.
- 2. Independent Research Opportunities: Interns can conduct their research projects and even publish their work on the Institute’s website.
- Engagement in AGI Projects and Events: Interns will actively participate in ongoing AGI projects and events, spanning three program areas: Geoeconomics, Foreign and Security Policy, and Society, Culture, and politics.
- Networking and Collaboration: The program offers opportunities to connect with a network of transatlantic experts and practitioners.
Responsibilities of interns
The responsibilities of Halle Foundation/AGI interns include the following:
- Researching transatlantic relations and writing articles for the AGI website under senior staff mentorship.
- Assisting fellows and staff with research in various areas.
- Preparing weekly briefs on transatlantic media, defense, and immigration.
- Supporting the Institute’s social media presence and marketing strategy.
- Identifying potential partnerships with private firms and grant-giving organizations.
- Providing logistical and programmatic support for meetings, events, and the Institute’s annual gala.
- Interns can expect evaluations at the mid-point and end of their internship.
Qualifications requirement for Halle Foundation/AGI Internships
To qualify for the Halle Foundation/AGI Internships, you should meet the following criteria:
- Be an undergraduate or graduate student with a keen interest in transatlantic relations and Europe/Germany.
- A completed four semesters of college coursework is required
- Strong writing and research skills are mandatory
- You must possess organizational and communication skills with acute attention to detail.
- Proficiency in using computer applications, including Microsoft Office, social media, and online research is required
- While not mandatory, proficiency in the German language is preferred.
- Special preference is given to students from Georgia colleges and universities and those with ties to the state of Georgia.
- Foreign nationals applying must be eligible to intern at a U.S. organization and should arrange their housing in Washington, DC.
Benefits of the Halle Foundation/AGI Internships 2024
Successful applicants will intern at AGI for at least three months in the following semesters:
- Spring 2024: January-May (Application Deadline: November 10, 2023)
- Summer 2024: June-August (Application Deadline: April 12, 2024)
- Fall 2024: September-December (Application Deadline: July 19, 2024)
- Interns will receive a monthly stipend of $1700 to cover their cost of living. This opportunity is made possible by the generous support of The Halle Foundation.
How to Apply for Halle Foundation/AGI Internships 2024?
To participate in Halle Foundation/AGI Internships, applicants should send the following documents via the specified email address at the official website given below
- Cover letter
- Two writing samples in English (four pages maximum)
- One letter of recommendation, which should be included with your application package
- Visit the official page of the AGI Visiting Fellows Program at: https://americangerman.institute/job/visiting-fellows-program/
July 19, 2024.
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