Due to the Bildner Center’s
central location and focus on policy issues, interns will have the opportunity
to interact with diplomats, academics, journalists, and many other people
from around the globe. In addition, an internship at the Bildner Center
will provide great experience to those interested in international business,
government, and academic careers. RESEARCH INTERNSHIP ON CUBA STUDIES. The Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies is now accepting applications from students for research on its Cuba Project. The Bildner Center is physically located at the Graduate Center in mid-Manhattan. This internship is for research on the areas of interest to the Cuba Project of the Bildner Center, particularly in changing dynamics of Cuban society, economic and social change, US-Cuba Relations. RESPONSABILITIES: The Cuba Studies Research Intern will work closely with faculty and staff affiliated with the Bildner Center. The specific research efforts may include:
Data collection and analysis
Writing and editing research reports
Performing additional functions related to research
Performing outreach duties and database management for the Cuba Project
Helping organize seminars and symposia.
DESIRED SKILLS: Bilingual in English and Spanish. Good interpersonal skills. Knowledge and experience in computer programs (MS Word, Excel, WordPerfect, ACCESS, and the like). Ability to accommodate flexible schedules. Research internships are part time and can last for up to one year with the possibility of permanent hire. Please send resume and letter of interest to Ms. Rosalina Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (212) 817-1540. BILDNER RESEARCH INTERNSHIPPosition Announcement: Research Internship Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies City University of New YorkThe Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies, at The Graduate Center (GC), CUNY, fosters research and understanding through a number of programs, both country and theme specific. These focus on Democracy and Human Rights, Sustainable and Equitable Development, Integration and Globalization, Knowledge and Culture. Each of these programs invites distinguished scholars and practitioners to participate in an ongoing dialogue to generate greater public comprehension, as well as public policy recommendations. Its broad mission is to create an international community of people, ideas, and enterprises to forward the understanding of the complexities of social, economic, political, cultural, and ecological life in the Western Hemisphere. Responsabilities: The Intern will work closely with and report directly to the Center’s Director.
Researches and collects data
Interprets, synthesizes, and analyzes data
Writes and edits material for publication and presentation
Reports on status of research activities
Assists in preparing and organizing seminars and conferences
Performs additional functions incidental to research activities.
Bilingual (English/Spanish). Knowledge of Portuguese is a plus. Studying towards a degree in related fields. Positions available for graduate and undergraduate students and recent graduates. Excellent interpersonal skills necessary. Knowledge and experience in computer programs (MS Word, Excel, WordPerfect, etc) required. This is a part-time position working up to 20 hours/week with flexible schedule. Internships can be for the summer or for the academic year with the possibility of permanent employment. To apply please send resume and cover letter to Ms. Rosalina Lopez at email@example.com. No phone calls, please. Only those candidates who will be considered
for an interview will be contacted. Thank you for your interest!