Careers

  • Program Assistant

    The Center for the National Interest seeks a program assistant to support programs focused on Russia, the Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.  The program assistant will report to the Center’s senior staff and be available to the management for other assignments as needed. Duties include Organizing seminars and other events (which take place in-person or online),

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  • Remote Research Internship: Korea Studies (Fall 2020)

    CFTNI is seeking applications for remote research interns from energetic undergraduate and graduate students interested in international affairs, contemporary East Asian international relations and Korean Studies. Interns will support the Center for the National Interest’s Korea Studies Program, working with Program Director Harry Kazianis and staff, on a series of projects related to the political,

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  • Social Media and Communications Internship (Spring 2020)

    The Center for the National Interest is seeking energetic and highly-capable undergraduate and graduate students interested in international affairs for the position of Social Media and Communications Intern. The intern will assist the Chief of Staff and Program Assistant with the Center’s media outreach, external relations, event series and other organizational matters. This is an

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  • Research Internship: Climate, Security & Middle East (Spring 2020)

    The Center for the National Interest is seeking energetic undergraduate and graduate students (though non-students may also apply) interested in international affairs to apply to be Research Interns. Interns will assist Climate and Security Program Director Geoffrey Kemp with research on geopolitical and geoeconomic developments in the Greater Middle East. Interns will make important editorial

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  • Research Internship: Korea Studies (Summer 2019)

    CFTNI is seeking applications for research interns from energetic undergraduate and graduate students interested in international affairs, contemporary East Asian international relations and Korean Studies. Interns will support the Center for the National Interest’s Korea Studies Program, working with Program Director Harry Kazianis and staff, on a series of projects related to the political, diplomatic,

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