2019 Research and Writing Intern

By |2018-12-20T16:28:36-08:00December 20, 2018|

The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is hiring a Research and Writing Intern for Summer 2019.

Interns will join our dedicated team of seven staff at our Santa Barbara headquarters to work on meaningful projects that advance our mission of educating, advocating, and inspiring action for a just and peaceful world, free of nuclear weapons.

We don’t expect our interns to have detailed knowledge of the physics behind nuclear weapons, nor to have years of relevant work experience. What we are looking for are highly-motivated, enthusiastic individuals who are dedicated to our mission and who want to make a real, lasting difference in the world.

Our Research & Writing Intern will assist NAPF staff members – primarily President David Krieger and Deputy Director Rick Wayman – in research and writing on key issues related to nuclear weapons and nuclear disarmament. The Research & Writing Intern will also be encouraged to pursue self-directed projects that contribute to the Foundation’s goals.

Projects will include:

  • Writing articles for the Sunflower Newsletter;
  • Writing articles for wagingpeace,org and other publications;
  • Monitor relevant policy, current events, and legislative developments;
  • Updating the content on nuclearfiles.org;
  • Reviewing new articles and books.

Skills/Qualifications:

  • Exemplary analytical and writing skills;
  • Understanding of international law and international disarmament processes;
  • Ability to meet deadlines;
  • Self-directed and highly motivated.

For more details on our internship program and for application instructions, visit our Paid Internships page.

You can also view the position descriptions for our other summer internships:

Fundraising/Development Intern

Communications Intern

Peace Literacy Intern