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Internships & Fellowships
Foreign Policy Intern Summer 2017 at Human Rights First - Research human rights situation overseas in particular countries of significance to US foreign policy. Deadline: rolling.
Policy Intern, Summer 2017 at Physicians for Human Rights - The summer intern will gain direct experience in developing and implementing human rights policy strategies. Deadline: n/a.
Assistant Paralegal 1 at Fragomen - The assistant paralegal will practice in an exciting, ever-changing and challenging environment with people who are passionate about immigration. Deadline: n/a.
Border Patrol Agent at U.S. Customs and Border Protection - The agent will patrol international land borders and coastal waters, detect and prevent the illegal entry and smuggling of aliens, detect and prevent terrorists from entering into the U.S., and prevent the illegal trafficking. Deadline: Feb 21.
Resettlement Program Manager at International Rescue Committee - The Program Manager’s primary responsibilities focus on monitoring, logistical, and information management tasks. Deadline: n/a.
Manager, Strategic Communications at Sesame Workshop - The Manager will plan, develop, implement and support communications strategies to promote and expand Sesame Workshop’s various initiatives. Deadline: n/a.
Manager, International Brand Communications & Marketing at American Express - Manages delivery of a range of initiatives across brand, product and tools to equip marketers across the organization. Deadline: n/a.
Manager of Global Digital Strategies at Center for Reproductive Rights - This position will build the necessary foundation for a robust resource for online giving and advocacy around the Center’s work in key regions. Deadline: rolling.
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