CSiS is looking for an Human Rights Initiative Intern

The CSIS Human Rights Initiative (HRI) seeks a full-time, paid Research Intern to provide organization and research support to the HRI’s Program Manager and Director. Applicants should be motivated self-starters with demonstrated knowledge of human rights issues, as well as strong written, research, and oral communications skills and experience working with social media.

Deadline: April 15, 2024

Editing Press is accepting applications for the Summer 2024 Laura Bassi Scholarship

The Laura Bassi Scholarship was established in 2018 with the aim of providing editorial assistance to postgraduates and junior academics whose research focuses on neglected topics of study, broadly construed, within their disciplines. The scholarships are open to every discipline and are awarded three times per year: December, April, and August. The value of the scholarship is remitted solely through editorial assistance as follows:

Deadline: July 24, 2024


Applications are open for the William D. Clarke, Sr. Diplomatic Security Fellowship

Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the Clarke DS Fellowship is a two-year graduate fellowship program designed for individuals who want to pursue a master’s degree and a career as a Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) Special Agent in the Foreign Service. DSS Special Agents are sworn federal law enforcement officers.

Deadline: April 29, 2024


Rotary International has opened applications for the 2025 Rotary Peace Fellowship

The Center for Research & Fellowships has begun advising for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program for current juniors, seniors, and graduate students who are interested in applying in fall 2024 for the 2025-2026 grant year. Applicants can apply to conduct a research project, pursue graduate study, and serve as English teaching assistants.
Deadline: May 15th, 2024



George Washington University is hiring a Professor of International Affairs

Candidates apply to be full-time, non-tenure-accruing, faculty and Director of the school’s M.A. program in International Affairs. As faculty, the Professor will teach courses, conduct research, and publish in scholarly or policy-related venues on international affairs. As Director, this person will manage of one of largest graduate programs, with an enrollment of approximately 200 students.


Atlantic Council is hiring a Program Assistant for its Africa Center

 The program assistant will play a central role in developing and organizing program activities including; high-level speaker series, conferences, strategy sessions, task forces, and coordinating publications and other initiatives. The preferred candidate will have a strong educational background in African political, economic, or security affairs and proven administrative experience in a not-for-profit/think tank setting.


Emory University is looking for a Curator of African Art

The Curator will develop and present exhibitions, make acquisitions, steward donors, research, document and publish the collections, develop didactic materials and programming, work with faculty and students, and establish and maintain strong community and institutional relationships across campus, in Atlanta, throughout the South and internationally. In addition, the Curator will have the opportunity to teach university courses centered on the collections, in collaboration with faculty.


Boston University has open applications for two positions:

Program Administrator of the African Studies Center

Reporting to the Assistant Director of the African Studies Center (ASC), the Program Administrator assists the ASC Director and Assistant Director with all administrative and program matters. This includes program administration, event planning, financial management, supervision of student employees, faculty appointment processing, coordinating and marketing, website maintenance, financial aid processing, outreach, and other duties as assigned.

Assistant Director of the African Studies Center

The Assistant Director of the African Studies Center (ASC) works with the ASC Faculty Director to lead center staff in establishing strategic direction for the ASC, overseeing management of operating budgets, and coordinating day-to-day operations, academic programs, and grant projects. Coordinates with the Faculty Director of the African Language Program on issues such as curriculum development and part-time faculty hiring. Guides the development of and coordinates programming, including lectures, research affiliate and visiting scholar programs. Serves as a liaison with ASC affiliated faculty, students, alumni, government agencies, and the community.


Princeton University is looking for a Program Coordinator for the Africa World Initiative

Reporting to the Assistant Director, this position will manage a Program Assistant, provide administrative leadership, including message-crafting for internal and external audiences, reconciliation of accounts and budget forecasting using University financial reporting systems, and assist the Assistant Director with other department-wide responsibilities.


ZemiTek is accepting applications for Senior Fragility and Conflict Advisor, USAID/CPS

The CPS/CVP requires a senior advisor to serve as CVP’s representative to and member of the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) Management Team, located in USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA), Office of Technical and Program Quality, Risk Analysis Division.


Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has open internship positions

Policy Intern

The intern will be responsible for working with the Policy department on both legislative and research related tasks. Specifically, the intern may be tasked with conducting disease-related research, attending Congressional briefings and hearings, and assisting in advocacy outreach. Additionally, interns will be responsible for working as a team to conduct regular tasks in support of the policy team.  A stipend will be provided to help cover living expenses.

Communications Intern

The intern will works directly with members of the Communications Department on various projects related to global health advocacy and media outreach. Activities may include research, supporting social media and website content management, drafting materials, assisting with congressional and academic events, monitoring and analyzing media coverage, and liaising with partners in the advocacy and global health community. The intern will participate in meetings with staff and organizational partners, as well as take advantage of health-related events in Washington, D.C. A stipend will be provided to help cover living expenses

Ethiopian Community Development Council is looking for a Refugee Advocacy Intern

ECDC’s annual conference enhances awareness and support for refugees by exploring ways to strengthen refugee resettlement programs and services, promote cultural, educational and socio-economic development initiatives, and help newcomers become productive members of their communities. The Refugee Advocacy Intern will play an important role in organizing an Advocacy Day for ECDC conference attendees. The intern will engage in various tasks aimed at facilitating successful advocacy efforts, including logistical coordination, communication with stakeholders, and content development.

Freedom House is hiring a Director for Africa Programs

This is a senior position responsible for providing the overall strategic leadership, vision, implementation and team management, for Freedom House programmatic activities in and related to Africa. The Director works for and closely with the Vice President for International Programs, and the Africa Freedom House team to develop and manage donor-funded programs in Africa. This includes analyzing local social and political contexts to determine programmatic intervention opportunities and needs; setting and updating priorities forAfrica programs and teams; designing programs; ensuring a steady stream of donor funding for through identification of new opportunities and working with Business Development and Fundraising on proposals; managing program teams; ensuring compliance with Freedom House policies and processes and donor rules and regulations; and managing security risks for teams and programs.

Find out more here.

San Jose State University is looking for an Assistant Professor in African American Studies

The Department of African American (AFAM) Studies at San José State University invites applications for tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor with specialization in gender and sexualities beginning August 2024.

Candidates with research interests in popular culture and race and new media studies are strongly encouraged to apply.

Apply and find more information here


Who We Are – Africa Center for Strategic StudiesThe Africa Center for Strategic Studies is looking for Interns.

The Africa Center for Strategic Studies internship program provides a valuable opportunity for aspiring Africa security scholars and practitioners. Internships are available in the Africa Center’s Academic Affairs, Research, and Community and Alumni Affairs departments.

Hiring Immediately.
Washington, DC Hybrid position.
To apply or find out more about the internship, please click here.

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