We are currently seeking outstanding graduate and undergraduate students, as well as recent graduates, with global health and international development backgrounds for internships and the opportunity to learn from experts in the field.
The responsibilities of the intern will include, but will not be limited to assisting with:
New business development activities such as proposal research, recruitment, formatting
Project management, including organizing travel for employees, editing reports, maintaining project files, database development, and other tasks as needed
Communication activities, including social media, developing outreach materials, and developing templates
Office administration and logistics, such as filing, expense reporting, human resources support
The successful candidate(s) will possess the following qualities:
BA/BS or MA/MS candidate (or recent graduate) pursuing a degree in Political Science, International Relations, Public Health, International Development, or related field
Strong academic background with a demonstrated interest in global health and/or international development
Ability to solve problems creatively with excellent attention to detail
Ability to work in a team and independently
Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
Experience living or studying abroad a plus
Fluency in English; proficiency in a second language (Spanish or French) is preferred but not required
Must be eligible to work in the USA without need for sponsorship
Must be able to commit to at least a 3 month internship.
Internships are unpaid. Panagora Group provides a stipend to defray the cost of travel.
Please indicate the term you are interested in serving as an intern (i.e. ‘Fall 2019’) in your cover letter or resume.