We are partnering with the Aspen Security Forum to support a paid summer internship opportunity in Washington D.C.


Job posting will open for 40 hours only!
0800 May 5 (Friday) through 2359 May 6 (Saturday)
AUSA is sponsoring a paid summer internship with the Aspen Institute, an international educational and policy studies nonprofit organization, this summer in Washington, DC.
The Aspen Institute provides a nonpartisan venue for dealing with issues critical to our nation. The internship supports their Aspen Security Forum (ASF), an annual public event in Aspen, Colorado, bringing together present and former senior government officials, foreign officials, leading thinkers, and nationally recognized print and broadcast journalists to address challenging national issues.

POSITION DESCRIPTION
The intern will support the ASF, including daily endeavors in planning the forum, research, communication, and providing significant administrative support with event logistics and general needs of the team as necessary. Special projects will be assigned depending on the needs of ASF and the skills of the candidate. The candidate will also participate in two brief meetings at AUSA – an orientation at the beginning of the internship and an out-brief at the end.
This 12-week (May-August) internship is open to Undergraduate and Graduate students in fields related to policy, national security, homeland security, social sciences, history, and government. The projected salary range is about $11.50/hr, and includes travel expenses (flight, lodging, meals) to the forum in Aspen Colorado from 15-24 July.
All applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references for the position in PDF format. Military experience is strongly preferred. If you are interested in applying for this position, please access the link below during job posting hours only (0800 May 5 through 2359 May 6).

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