The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation offers engaging and challenging internships exposing participants to the global movement for nuclear weapon abolition and careers in the non-profit sector.
Our interns contribute to the work of the Foundation, from writing research articles, making videos, to handling social media accounts. They also have opportunities to attend international meetings at the highest levels, such as those taking place at the United Nations in New York City. In June of 2022, NAPF, through its youth initiative Reverse the Trend, brought 19 young people from around the globe to Vienna to attend the ICAN Forum, the UN Humanitarian Conference, and the First Meeting of States Parties for the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW).
Responsibilities will be shaped by the intern’s particular intellectual interests and skillset. Our goal is to provide hands-on experience that will complement long term academic and/or professional pursuits.
If you are committed to NAPF’s vision and mission, a good writer, an organized multi-tasker, and knowledgeable about peace issues, this position may be right for you.
Time commitment for this position will vary depending on your schedule. We offer summer and school year opportunities in both Santa Barbara and New York City. In your letter of intent, please indicate your preferred location, time frame, and anticipated weekly time commitment.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please include the following:
• A letter of intent outlining your work experience, educational background, field of study, what you plan to pursue upon graduation and the date you can begin the internship
• A copy of your resume
Send all application materials by email to:
Sandy Jones, email@example.com and Christian Ciobanu firstname.lastname@example.org.