Interning opportunity for graduate students and upper level undergraduates offers two individuals to gain international internship experience working with international partners and communities in the followings fields: Heritage preservation, Urban and architecture of Hispanic America historical areas; Urban and architecture researches, Hispanic America historic districts; revitalization projects; Hispanic America and Cuban fine arts; Educational Exchanges; Humanitarian Aids projects, etc.
Fundacion Amistad will host a Research Focused Intern (Internal link to see scopes of work) to work directly on American and Cuban international projects as well as to provide support for our legislative advocacy. A second Outreach and Communications Intern (Internal link to see scopes of work) will gain experience on our digital outreach campaign, working work with FA international website, monthly and annual publications as well as expanding Fundacion Amistad’s social networking portfolio.
Candidates for these competitive intern positions must be able to work in a professional an office environment. Please submit an essay detailing your interest in international development and what they wish to learn and accomplish if selected as Fundacion Amistad Intern to info@ fundacionamistad.org All positions are unpaid however; Fundacion Amistad will support candidate’s effort to receive college credit as appropriate.
Example of Scope of work:
To assistant staff in researching various subject areas for example:
- Predominant professional fields and skills sets within potential FA’s collaborators.
- Contact info for key individuals, organizations and Institutions.
- Contact Info for agencies, Institutions, personalities.
- Prominent national volunteer organization comparing and contrasting their approaches
The Internships will take during the fall, spring and summer semesters and last for approximately one semester. The student needs to be able to specify the days and hours to which he or she can commit. Student must make FA aware of any documentation need for the student to receive academic credit.