U.S.-Ukraine Foundation Seeks Interns
June – August
September – December
Deadline: Applicants are selected on a competitive basis. Materials should be submitted from one to three months prior to the internship starting date. Preference is given to early applicants.
The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation welcomes applicants for its Internship Program! Encouraged to apply are undergraduate and graduate students who have a wide variety of interests, such as international relations, public administration, political science, history, journalism, law, public health, web design, economics, and finance.
The Foundation makes every effort to provide a mutually beneficial internship that is tailored to each intern's interests and the needs of the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation.
Possible duties include:
Reporting: Cover Congressional testimony and hearings on Capitol Hill; track U.S. Government statements and provide an anlysis of the current political situation in Washington; compile reports and summaries of conferences and lectures.
Communications: Support public relations activities by writing press releases and news stories; provide research for U.S.-Ukraine Foundation publications; and assist with website development.
Projects: Work on various U.S.- Ukraine Foundation projects or initiatives.
Administrative: Help provide financial management overview; and provide general office support.
Research: Assist in research for special projects and Foundation development initiatives; and respond to research questions relating to U.S.-Ukraine relations.
For information about past interns' experiences and out-of-office opportunities, please visit: U.S.-Ukraine Foundation's Previous Interns' Experiences.
Internships are unpaid, and students must secure their own housing accommodations. Students with Ukrainian language skills are encouraged to apply.
To apply, please send cover letter and your resume to:
1660 L Street NW – Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20036