CPD Facilitates Internships in Los Angeles and DC
CPD has partnered for the second year in a row with the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy (ACPD) to create a unique fellowship opportunity for one top public diplomacy student from USC this summer. The non-resident fellowship will involve working closely with the Commission on the 2018 Comprehensive Annual Report and data analysis. Additional meetings may be conducted at the State Department and on Capitol Hill.
We are delighted to announce a new partnership with the Mayor's Office of International Affairs (MOIA) in Los Angeles to create a paid internship opportunity for a USC student. The CPD-MOIA Summer Associate would conduct research, assist with arranging international delegations to City Hall and draft briefing papers and memos, among other duties.
"CPD remains committed to equipping the next generation of public diplomacy professionals with the tools they need to succeed in the ever-changing PD environment," said Jay Wang, CPD's Director. "We make a significant investment in our students every year to enrich their intellectual life and their learning beyond the classroom. We are delighted to be collaborating with both ACPD and the LA Mayor's Office of International Affairs to provide these valuable opportunities."
For information about the CPD-MOIA Summer Associate position, click here. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
To apply for the CPD-ACPD Summer Associate position, click here. Applications are accepted through April 30.
For more about how CPD supports students, you can visit this page.