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Internship, Education, Written Content, Summer 2024

🚀 Summer Internship

New York

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  • You: Must be a college student in relevant fields with 4 semesters completed, interested in global issues, especially climate change. Attention to detail, resourcefulness, and proficiency in Microsoft Office required.
  • You will assist in creating educational content, conduct research, write and fact-check materials for CFR's World 101 and Climate Course. Attend Council meetings and programs on foreign policy issues.

Summer Internship

SustainabilityNew York


  • All who are selected to participate in CFR’s Blavatnik Internship Program and Robina Franklin Williams Internship Program receive training in the field of foreign policy and international affairs as well as skills training in writing, research, program planning and much more.
  • The intern will have the opportunity to conduct research on current foreign policy topics while helping to create a new series of educational materials. By actively participating in this project, this intern will gain a deeper understanding of several current foreign policy topics, their related debates, and a range of credible sources for accurate information. The intern will also participate in learning how to creatively educate a diverse audience on these particular topics.


  • Undergraduate or graduate student, majoring in education, environmental studies/science, international relations, anthropology, or a related field
  • All applicants should have completed the equivalent of four semesters of college coursework (not including AP classes in high school) by the time they begin an internship)
  • Interest in global issues, especially climate change
  • Strong attention to detail and resourcefulness
  • Proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite, familiarity with data visualization tools a plus

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Assisting with content creation for World 101, CFR's multimedia foreign policy explainers, and the Climate Course
  • Conducting both quantitative and qualitative research on a wide variety of regions and historical topics
  • Writing and fact-checking content, as well as curating additional reading materials
  • Attending general Council meetings and other programs on foreign policy issues, as time permits


Work type

Full time

Work mode



New York