International Education Internship
THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY FILLED. WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.
The International Education Internship is an initiative of the Choices for the 21st Century Education Program at Brown University. This full-time internship enables one recent college graduate each year to spend a year working as part of a team focused on strengthening international content and civic learning within the core curriculum at the secondary level in the United States. The intern works in the Choices Program office in Providence, RI.
Timeframe & Salary: The International Education Internship is a one-year appointment. The internship runs summer to summer. Salary ($2,000/mo) and benefits are provided.
Qualifications: Applicants should have the following qualifications.
- A demonstrated interest in international issues
- An intention to enter the secondary education field
- Strong communication, organization, research, and writing skills
- Ability to work collaboratively
- Creativity, energy, patience, and reliability
- Professional, energetic, and polished demeanor
- Bachelors degree required
Application Deadline: Applications for the 2010-11 International Education internship will be reviewed as they are received. This internship was posted on May 25, 2010.
Application Procedures: Applications should include the following:
- Cover Letter
- Personal Statement (three pages maximum)
Please address not only where you have been but what you see in the future. Why are you interested in this internship? What do you expect to bring to the internship? What do you expect to take from it?
- Resume & College Transcript
- Three Letters of Recommendation
We recommend that you include one reference from someone who knows your academic work, one from someone who knows your extracurricular interests, and one from someone who knows something about your motivations. Most importantly, please choose three people who together will give us the best picture of who you are and why you are a good fit for this internship. Reference letters can be submitted separately to the address below.
All of the items listed above can be prepared in advance and then submitted as attachments to the Brown University online application (see below).
Brown University Online Job Application Form
Submit the online job application form. When you click on this link you will be taken to Brown University's job search web site. Go to "Search Postings" on the upper left. Enter the Job Number (B01171) and click "search." Then follow the instructions. [Choices is a program of the Watson Institute and Continuing Education. The listing will appear under Continuing Education.]
Note: The Brown University Online Job Application Form is a requirement for all applicants applying to Brown. However, it does not replace the items listed above. Personal statement, resume, college transcript, and letters of recommendation can be submitted as attachments through this online system. If this is not possilble with some of these materials, they can be faxed and then mailed to:
Susan Graseck, Director
Choices for the 21st Century Education Program
Brown University, Box 1948
Providence, RI 02912
Please email email@example.com to confirm receipt of application materials sent by fax.
Questions about the application may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.