Arab Center Washington DC (ACW) currently offers four internship opportunities for undergraduate students, recent college graduates, or graduate students. The internships provide students the opportunity to contribute to this unique growing think tank and learn through events and research activities related to the Arab world and US foreign policy in the Middle East.
Interns will be based in Washington, DC, and will contribute to events coordination, research programs, and communication and outreach activities for ACW projects. Through this unique opportunity in the heart of Washington, DC, interns will gain professional, analytical, and organizational skills as well as exposure to the Washington, DC, think tank scene.
Internships are available in four main areas: Research and Analysis, Research and Events, Congressional Affairs, and Media and Communications. The internships are paid based on an hourly wage, subject to federal, state, and local taxes. Interns work 20 hours per week at ACW offices for an average duration of 15 weeks. Interns may apply for one of three sessions: Spring (January-April), Summer (May-August), or Fall (September-December). Please restrict your application to one of the four available internship positions.
The Walter Sondheim Jr. Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Program introduces undergraduate and graduate students attending Maryland institutions to the nonprofit sector. Students work full-time at nonprofit organizations, gaining exposure to all of the components of these organizations, mentored by senior level administrators.
Additionally, fellows participate in seminars, trips, and networking opportunities with leaders in the nonprofit sector. They also work together in groups to apply the knowledge gained in the seminars and at their sites to create proposals to solve problems posed by area nonprofit organizations. The program culminates in a celebration where the fellows present their proposals to various community stakeholders. Fellows are paid a stipend of $3,000 for their participation in the program.
The Fellowship Has 4 Components:
Fellows are placed at a nonprofit organization full-time, 4 days a week, under the mentorship of a senior-level professional
Fellows attend an orientation and seminars to strengthen their understanding of the functions of nonprofits and examining community needs and social challenges
Fellows attend meetings, events, field trips, and networking opportunities to connect with Maryland’s leaders
Fellows work together in groups to put their knowledge and skills into practice, researching, preparing, and presenting an analysis and recommendation for a problem facing an area nonprofit