Interested in international relations or world politics? Want to gain experience in these fields by working remotely for a non-governmental organisation?

Well, a virtual internship at the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy could be the ideal start for you.

About the Internship:-

The objective of our programme is to offer students from diverse academic background relevant experience in their future-to-be field of employment. As an intern, you will be given a real chance to utilise what you have learnt so far by contributing online: organising online events and writing articles, blog entries or even research papers in the field of your interest.

A virtual internship means completing your internship without a commute, and directly from your own laptop. When completing a remote internship many of the same aspects of a traditional in-person internship still exist including, meetings with your supervisor or teammates, completing a mix of individual and group projects, and learning about the overall culture of organisation.

Eligibility criteria:-

  • Applicants should be students or entry-level professionals of journalism/social studies/law/economics/international relations/political science or related fields.
  • Very good knowledge of English is mandatory and good communications skills required.
  • Having possibility to use online devices/application and to be able to use internet is a must.

Responsibilities:-

  • Research (independent studies regarding cultural relations policy)
  • Writing and editing of ICRP special edition publications of Human Rights Issues
  • Writing articles/editing Cultural Relations Review monthly e-journal
  • Organising and participating in online events/activities, courses, lectures
  • Information collection and data analysis for ICRP Online Resources

Perks:-

Recommendation and Certificate of Internship.

To know more about the internship:-

http://culturalrelations.org/institution/internship/virtual-internship/