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    The Department of Compact Operations is recruiting for the Summer 2018 Student Volunteer Internship Program. The internship positions are located throughout the Department of Compact Operations (DCO), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). DCO is responsible for developing and implementing MCC's compact programs. The department ensures that MCC compacts are designed and implemented in compliance with agency standards for procurement, financial management, environmental and social performance, and gender integration.

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    Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP Intern): role will include a combination of supporting ideation, research, and outreach efforts with prospective MCC strategic partners (corporations, foundations, universities, etc.); supporting the drafting of partnership communications and case study materials; and helping to curate "best of" partnership materials from MCAs and the wider development industry that MCC might showcase on MCA Collaborate or future MCC/MCA training sessions. More information about MCC's partnership activities can be found at https://www.mcc.gov/work-with-us/partnerships.

    Front Office of Sector Operations Intern: responsibilities will include producing and updating externally faced materials (fact sheets, success stories, slide presentations, talking points); tracking and supporting external engagement for Sector Operations; supporting MCC involvement in National Security Council initiatives (compiling data, assembling documents, preparing briefers, researching issue areas); pProviding day-to-day administrative support to the front office and divisional units

    The successful candidate will be a good writer, organized, knowledgeable and passionate about international development, and eager to quickly learn and articulate MCC's impact on poverty reduction through economic growth.

    Data Collaboratives for Local Impact (DCLI) Program Intern: will work closely with the DCLI Core Team in providing day-to-day administrative and programmatic management for ongoing projects in Tanzania, as well as startup and expansion of the program into Cote d'Ivoire. Additional areas of support will include communications, research, and other duties as assigned. Core functions include: day-to-day administrative support; desk research in field of data for development, particularly as it relates to HIV/AIDS, gender equality, and economic growth; outreach and communications support, including written communications and other media; participation in events at MCC and around Washington, DC and reporting back to DCLI team; and independent research/project in consultation with DCLI Team.

    An interest in HIV/AIDS, global health, the Sustainable Development Goals, data science, or governance is encouraged. Ability to speak and read French is highly encouraged but not required.

    Gender and Social Inclusion (GSI) Intern: will provide overall support to the PLSD for Gender and Social Inclusion and to the Practice Group which is dedicated to advancing the integration of gender and social inclusion priorities in MCC Threshold and Compact programs; work with GSI practice group on planning and logistics for the gender and social inclusion Forum for all MCA counterparts to be held in Washington DC in September 2018; provide targeted research support on relevant gender and social inclusion issues in MCC country programs, including for Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso and Niger.

    French language proficiency a plus.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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