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The Intern will develop an educational curriculum and will coordinate outreach initiatives targeted to K-12 students during Women's History Month (March 2019). The purpose of this engagement is to educate students in the greater Washington DC area on the impact of OPIC's work in support of women's economic empowerment and entrepreneurship globally. Assignments include developing project plans and innovative strategies to facilitate OPIC staff to deliver this social awareness campaign.
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