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Political Science and International Relations


IGCC Summer Internships


Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) is currently looking for graduate and undergraduate students to intern for three summer training programs.

• Unpaid internship positions are open to undergraduate and graduate students. Interns must attend an orientation session prior to the workshop (late June) and be available during the workshop to staff morning, afternoon, and/or evening sessions.
• Responsibilities will include setting up/breaking down meetings; attending to the needs of program speakers, including escorting them to events and meals; responding to the needs of workshop participants; and other tasks as assigned to ensure the success of the program.

We are looking for 2012 Summer Interns to help with the following programs:

Workshop on the Relationship between National Security and Technology in China
July 9-24, 2012
This workshop examines the relationship between national security, technology, innovation, and China’s rise as a world power.

Public Policy and Nuclear Threats Training Program (PPNT)
Aug 5-25, 2012
The Public Policy and Nuclear Threats Training Program is designed to cover important issues in U.S. nuclear strategy and policy, supported by an understanding of the scientific foundations of this policy.

To apply: Please send your resume to Laura Martin, Programs Manager, at by May 15, 2012. Please indicate in your e-mail which workshop/s you are interested in being considered for and why you are interested in volunteering. Positions will be filled by June 8, 2012.

* Paid and unpaid internship opportunities are posted for informational purposes only. The postings do not constitute an endorsement by the University of the opinions or activities of the internship provider.

ContactSusan Szakonyi | | 619-260-6870
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