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Molchanov Sustainability Internship

  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Sustainability
  • London


  • You will have/are:
  • An interest in Chatham House and what we do;
  • Good written and verbal communication skills;
  • Enthusiastic about learning and taking on all areas of a project or task, no matter how small;
  • Willingness to proactively take on new challenges;
  • Self-motivated and able to manage their time effectively;
  • Eager to learn and improve skills and knowledge through continuous personal development;
  • A team player, able to work with people at all levels;
  • Comfortable building rapport with colleagues.


  • Benefit from direct involvement in projects across a wide range of topics and gain direct exposure to events development, administration and research support;
  • Gain experience in all aspects of project development and delivery, e.g. providing background research, writing up draft documents, taking detailed minutes at meetings, drafting and proofreading content, participating in external engagement;
  • Have opportunities to develop writing and communication skills including exposure to the research publications and editing process, gain experience as a rapporteur at meetings and learn how to write meeting summaries;
  • Develop insights into the work of a leading policy institute and understanding of critical international affairs issues;
  • Develop teamwork and collaboration skills to help convene high-level meetings, events, roundtables and workshops on topical issues of importance;
  • Learn to build targeted marketing campaigns and creative social media engagement;
  • Learn to draft engaging content for our audiences (newsletters, invites and social media posts);
  • Work alongside world-leading experts in international affairs and build connections.

More than 100 years of promoting independent thinking and hosting informed debate.

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Mission & Purpose

The mission of Chatham House is to be a world-leading source of independent analysis, informed debate and influential ideas on how to build a prosperous and secure world for all. Chatham House was founded in 1920 and is based in St James's Square, London. The Chatham House Rule, famous for facilitating free speech and confidentiality at meetings, originated here. Research is core to all Chatham House activities. We undertake independent and rigorous analysis with the aim of setting the agenda and shaping policy by encouraging new ideas and forward thinking in international affairs. Chatham House is also home to the internationally renowned journal International Affairs and the magazine The World Today, each published six times a year. Chatham House regularly hosts high-profile speakers from around the world in a packed programme of events and conferences as well as organizing and participating in a number of events and conferences elsewhere in the UK and overseas. Our members encompass a diverse range of backgrounds and professions including academics, diplomats, the media, NGOs, politicians, policy-makers, researchers and business people. In addition to our publications and events our researchers regularly provide commentary in the media and evidence to Parliamentary Committees.


  • Compassionate leave

  • Flexible working

  • Medical insurance cash plan

  • Company sick pay

  • Pension salary exchange (increasing with length of service)

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Enhanced maternity and paternity leave

  • 25 days paid leave excluding bank holidays (increasing with length of service)