AJC offers paid internships in International diplomacy to college juniors and seniors.

Announcing an international, paid internship focusing on the fields of diplomacy, policy, intergroup relations, human rights, and non-profit management.

The Goldman Fellowship is unique in the quality and scope of opportunities that it offers, providing fellows experience in advocacy, research, and programming, working in mentor relationships with senior staff and taking part in conferences and meetings. Depending on their skills and the needs of our offices, fellows are sent to AJC locations and affiliates throughout the United States and abroad, including Berlin, Brussels, Warsaw, Geneva, and Jerusalem, Melbourne and Santiago.

Fellows receive a stipend of $3,000 plus major travel expenses. The fellowship runs from May 29th and through July 27th (there is some flexibility with these dates for a few placements). The last three years, we have held the debriefing session during a weeklong, all expenses paid trip to Berlin.

AJC’s Goldman Fellowship Program is open to rising juniors, seniors, from a broad range of backgrounds. Important is a passion for making a difference and looking at domestic and international policy through a Jewish lens. Visit their website at   www.ajc.org/fellowship

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