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. Date posted: December 8, 2008 Applications are due February 6, 2009 via email to Goldfarb Center Director, L. Sandy Maisel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants must be a citizen of one of the 26 NATO member states. Internships pay roughly 600 Euros per month ($800). Please use the following link to pursue this opportunity: http://www.nato.int/structur/interns/index.html Date posted: April 4, 2007
Date posted: March 7, 2007
The mission of this non-profit organization is to educate for democracy and promote engaged citizenship by delivering innovative educational programs to various youth groups. This is a wonderful opportunity in Boston Massachusetts, open not only for Government majors, but also for students in our Education and Theater programs. Innovative techniques include conducting mock trials, performing theatrical re-enactments of historical court room scenes, and the creative use of literature. Apply as soon as possible through e-Recruiting.
The primary Maine office for Sen. Collins (in Augusta, Maine) provides constituent services and political outreach throughout Central Maine. Interns interact with local constituents and with Washington, D.C. staff on policy matters and other inquiries. Additional responsibilities include monitoring various media, drafting correspondence and conducting research for projects by senior staff. Open to all majors, but a Government or History major is a plus. Apply as soon as possible through e-Recruiting.