Position: Internship opportunities
International Relations: The intern will work closely with the Director of International Relations and the Director of Diplomacy and International Institutions. He/She will assist in the day-to-day work, inter alia, preparation for diplomatic meetings, conferences, events, preparation of policy papers and reports.
Campus Affairs: The intern will work directly with the WJC Campus Affairs Manager. They will assist in the planning of various WJC-led initiatives for university students including, but not limited to: the Ronald S. Lauder Fellowship, the Campus Pitch Competition, and the Start-Up Nation Mentorship. The intern will be responsible for coordinating and planning project logistics, creating marketing material, outreach to peer organizations and students, and more.
Communications: The intern will work with the WJC Communications Team. They will assist in managing various WJC campaigns including, but not limited to, collecting data, executing outreach, and creating content for social media and public relations use, such as posts, news articles, and press releases, and other materials for WJC publications. They will be responsible for collating the weekly newsletter. Additionally, the intern will create content for the WJC Digital Ambassador Club and other WJC websites including articles, infographics, and videos.
WJC Geneva Office: The intern will work closely with the UN Geneva Representative. He/She will assist in the day-to-day work, inter alia, coverage of UN Human Rights Council sessions and other related events, preparation for diplomatic meetings, conferences, drafting of policy papers and reports.