The Heinrich Boll Foundation Internships in Washington, DC, for 2024 are now accepting applications. For its three-month international internship programme, the Heinrich Boll Foundation is looking for both domestic and foreign interns for its Washington, DC office. In the United States, the Heinrich Boll Foundation Internship Programme offers paid internships. A $700 monthly stipend will be provided to the interns. Additionally, the Heinrich Boll Foundation will pay for foreign interns’ visa-related expenditures and support a J-1 US visa. The purpose of these paid internships in the United States is to give foreign students an opportunity to observe how politics operate in Washington, DC.
Heinrich Boll Foundation Internship Eligibility Requirements for 2024:
- Candidates must have prior experience in at least one internship programme discipline.
- Candidates must genuinely care about the goals and principles of the Heinrich Boll Foundation.
- They need to be proficient in the English language.
- The USA-paid internship programme requires applicants to commit to a full-time schedule of 40 hours per week for a period of three to six months.
- They also need to have two years or more of experience working at a university.
- candidates who have finished their bachelor’s degree in less than a year or who are presently enrolled in a master’s or bachelor’s degree programme.
Advantages of Washington, DC, internships with the Heinrich Boll Foundation in 2024:
- The paid internship programme in the USA will offer a monthly stipend of $700; for part-time intern positions, the amount will be correspondingly lower.
- Under the full-time internship programme, interns will receive five paid vacation days every three months.
- Visa fees and associated costs will also be covered by the Heinrich Boll Foundation.
- International students have a wonderful opportunity to travel to the United States at no cost.
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Areas of the Internship Program:
- Foreign Policy and Democracy Internship
This internship program is best for students with an academic background in international relations, history, public policy, or German and European politics. For more details, click here
- Development and Digital Policy Internship
This internship is best for students or recent graduates interested in global development and digital policy with academic backgrounds in public policy, law, international relations, development studies, economics, or a related field. For more details, click here
How to Apply
Deadline: January 10, 2024