The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF) expresses its deep gratitude to our Spring semester interns — Alida Blendonohy, Morgan Elizabeth Bucholz and Lydia Korostelova (pictured above, R to L) — for their invaluable assistance over the past few months. From covering Ukraine-related activities to conducting research to helping organize and support USUF events, our interns contributed greatly to the work of the Foundation.
Alida is pursuing a B.S. in Foreign Affairs at Georgetown University, Morgan is majoring in Justice Studies at James Madison University, and Lydia is a Communications major at George Mason University.
The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation is accepting applications for its Internship Program! Applicants typically are pursuing degrees in international relations, public administration, political science, history, journalism, law, public health, web design, economics and/or finance. Candidates are selected on a competitive basis. A resume and cover letter explaining your interest should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.