Hudson institute is inviting preferred candidates that have a strong background in research, writing and editing.
About Hudson Institute Internship
The Hudson Institute is looking for an intern to help with its work on issues concerning the role of history in developing American grand strategy and improving national security.
On-site interns also attend weekly events featuring Hudson Institute and other experts from around Washington, DC.
Applicants should be interested in American and European history, as well as diplomatic and military history. It is preferred that you have a strong background in research, writing, and editing.
Find out more information about the core duties of the interns
- Data collection and analysis for use in reports and articles;
- Keeping the scholar and team informed about current events;
- Assisting the scholar with research and presentation projects;
- Contributing to articles, op-eds, reports, and briefing papers;
- Helping with administrative tasks and providing event support.
Find out more information about the prerequisites of the internship
- Applicants should be recent graduates or current students pursuing a degree in political science, international relations, strategy, European studies, history, or a related field
- Candidates must be able to work autonomously, manage their time effectively, and meet deadlines.
- They must be detail-oriented, dependable, and professional, with strong research, writing, editing, and analysis abilities, as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Candidates must be familiar with all Microsoft Office applications.
How to Apply
Follow the procedure for successful application
- Language skills in French are strongly required
- Please submit a single.pdf file containing a cover letter, resume, and a short, relevant writing sample (2-3 pages). due to the large number of applications received, only those applicants who have been chosen for an interview can be contacted
In the course of the internship students will spend significant time discussing critical issues in these fields with their scholars in addition to being exposed to them.