Top 10 Fully Funded Paid Internships in USA
Applications call for Public Information Internship at United Nations Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries in New York. The internship is unpaid and full-time where interns work five days per week (35 hours) under the supervision of a staff member in the department or office to which they are assigned.
Adobe calls application for Public Policy Internship in multiple cities of the United States of America.
The Adobe Public Policy Intern will work on several projects in the Washington, DC area related to the federal government; including Congress. The successful candidate will have exposure to several Congressional offices, the legislative process, how Washington works and will come out of the internship with contacts to help get them started on developing a public policy network. Washington, DC is a wonderful place to be an intern. The intern ranks are enormous and networking and learning opportunities are everywhere. Adobe Public Policy intern are provided with a view of how Congress and our federal government operates. The intern will also work extensively with team members around the globe on public policy issues impacting Adobe in markets and governments around the globe.
Sony Corporation of America calls application for Legal Internship in New York, USA. Sony Corporation of America is seeking a law student Intern to support the Legal Department. This internship will be paid and the Intern will assist lawyers in transactional, litigation, and corporate matters. Paired with the Intern’s law school internship/externship coursework, Sony’s law student Intern program is designed to provide the intern with hands-on training in a real-world environment of an in-house legal department.
Assignments will vary and may include: researching and drafting memos, reviewing agreements and other legal documents, preparing for and attending client meetings, negotiations, depositions, court appearances, etc.
The International Center for Journalists calls application for paid communications internship. ICFJ is looking for a committed and talented intern to join the communications team and work to tell ICFJ’s story. This is an exciting and paid opportunity for a self-starter who wants to advance journalism and further develop his or her communications skills – particularly in digital media.
Interns should be enthusiastic, efficient and flexible. Good writing skills and experience with social media are required. An interest in journalism and/or international affairs is strongly suggested. Applicants should exhibit a spirit of teamwork. Duties will include developing written, visual and video content, contributing to the maintenance of ICFJ’s website, providing support for ICFJ events and other administrative tasks. The internship, which will be conducted remotely due to the COVID-19 outbreak, requires a time commitment of 21 to 35 hours a week starting in August/September to last through December 2020.
Apple calls application for Software Engineering Internship in the United States of America.
Engineers here work on both UI level and lower-level implementation details. The successful intern candidate will be amenable to working in a dynamic, collaborative environment. The person filling this position must be a hands-on, enthusiastic, self-motivated developer with strong initiative and desire to succeed in a challenging environment. You will have a real passion for extraordinary user experiences and an eye for details. Those applying for the Web Development intern position should include a link to a web portfolio.
Interns on Software Engineering Internship at Apple will do the following duties
The United Nations calls application for Executive Internship in the Office of the UN Secretary-General. Interns can take up assignments with any team in the Office, including the Strategic Planning and Monitoring Unit; the Political, Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Human Rights Unit; the Rule of Law Unit; the Sustainable Development Unit; the Policy Advisor’s Office; or other teams.
Track 1: Coordination and Executive Support
Apply for an Internship at the Department of Operational Support in the USA. The deadline for the application is 19th February 2021.
Title: INTERN – DOS – Special Situations Support (strategy, analytics, planning)
This internship is for an initial period of two months and may be extended up to six months depending on the needs of the Division.
Applications call for EpiC/COVID-19 Internship at FHI 360 in the United States of America. The intern will contribute to Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) Project.
Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC), a five-year global project funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is dedicated to achieving and maintaining HIV epidemic control. The project provides strategic technical assistance (TA) and direct service delivery (DSD) to break through barriers to 95-95-95 and promote self-reliant management of national HIV programs by improving HIV case-finding, prevention, and treatment programming.
Applications call for Nokia Bell Labs Research Co-op in the United States of America. The research co-op assists Bell Labs researchers to perform research on the topic of few-shot learning. The research co-op is involved in algorithm design, running experiments, reporting results, and documenting code. This position is part-time. 15 to 28 hours a week.
Over its nearly 100-year history, Nokia Bell Labs has invented many of the foundational technologies that underpin information and communication networks and all digital devices and systems. This research has resulted in nine Nobel Prizes, four Turing Awards, three Japan Prizes and a plethora of National Medals of Science and Engineering, as well three Emmys, two Grammys and an Oscar for technical innovations. Nokia Bell Labs continues to conduct disruptive research focused on solving the challenges of the new digital era and innovating the technology that will define the next industrial revolution.
Apply for the International Justice Program Internships at HRW in the USA. The deadline for the application is 16th September 2020. The International Justice Program of Human Rights Watch (HRW) is seeking graduate and law students to intern in the New York office.
The intern should ideally be available for a minimum of 15 hours per week beginning in late-September to early October 2020. Also, he/she will primarily focus on monitoring international law developments in targeted country situations and researching and drafting papers on issues of international justice. The intern will gain knowledge of international courts and international justice mechanisms and will build skills in legal research, writing, and advocacy.
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