|Hudson Institute seeks a Generalist Intern to work with the Internship Program Manager on both research projects and program management. No two days will be the same in this role, which is as much a leadership role as a research internship. Past Generalist Interns have prepared the CEO for a meeting with a world leader, organized intern outings, and worked with multiple Senior Fellows simultaneously. While many of our interns are assigned to a single researcher, the Generalist Intern will fill in wherever is needed. As a Generalist Intern, you can expect to gain substantial professional experience in research and operations while building close relationships with Hudson’s scholars and staff. This position is unpaid.|
Responsibilities (actual responsibilities may vary based on qualifications and needs):
Qualifications Generalist Interns must be completely reliable, trustworthy, and professional. The successful applicant will be a diligent researcher, a careful proofreader, and a clear and concise communicator. More important than in-depth knowledge of a particular issue is an eagerness to quickly master any new subject and the general knowledge that comes from reading a newspaper daily. Leadership skills, a willingness to work on unglamorous tasks, and an interest in how think tanks operate are also desirable. Applicants must be available at least 20 hours a week.
Applications for a spring semester internship (which runs from January 17 to May 12) will be reviewed on a rolling basis through December 20th.