The World Affairs Council typically hosts an unpaid intern to assist with arranging the visits, organizing our information, researching area resources and welcoming visitors. Interns usually stay for the summer or the length of a semester.
Undergraduate students interning to receive class credit or graduate students whose area of study is relevant to the internship
Effective communication skills in English, evidenced by application materials and interview
Proven time and project management
Creativity, efficiency, and team skills
Developed and demonstrated cross-cultural competence
Benefits to Intern:
Practical application of knowledge and skills learned in the classroom
Exposure to multiple aspects of nonprofit operations and an office environment
Opportunities to work with professionals from all over the world through WAC-STL’s work with IVLP
Please note that as of July 2018 our Fall 2018 internship spots have all been filled. However, we are still seeking a full roster of Spring 2019 interns. Please keep in mind that we can only accept applications from interns who will be earning class credit for their internship with WAC-STL.
Please fill out the form below to learn more about the application process.