Internships & Youth Leadership Programs
The U.S. – Ukraine Foundation Seeks Interns annually for the following periods.
- Spring Internship: January – May
- Summer Internship: June – August
- Fall Internship: September – December
Deadline: Applicants are selected on a competitive basis. A resume and a letter of interest 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 analysis 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.
Internships are unpaid, and students must secure their own housing accommodations. Students with Ukrainian language skills are encouraged to apply.