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    Responsibilities

    This intern will assist the staff of the President’s Office with a broad range of projects including the production and maintenance of OPIC promotional materials, preparation of briefing materials and talking points for the President, research projects, and business development.

    The intern should have a background and knowledge of international development and foreign affairs, international business, or finance; Possess strong research skills and good presentation and inter-personal skills; Demonstrate excellent written communication skills, with an academic or professional background in journalism and/or communications a plus; Ability to analyze data and industry trends preferred; Requires strong computer skills including PowerPoint, MS Word, and Excel. Interns must demonstrate a high degree of initiative, be comfortable working in a fast-paced professional environment, and be able to work independently as well a experience writing talking points and speeches ideal.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    00

    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    Students who are a U.S. Citizens must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment (at least half-time) in a relevant college degree program either at the graduate or Undergraduate-level; students should be, at minimum, starting their third year (or equivalent minimum 60 credit hours and above) in their Undergraduate degree program at the time the internship would be served. Internship is for the 2018 summer or fall.

    Questions? This job is open to 2 groups.

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