Partnered Remote and In Person Internships

The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding provides several opportunities for students to do remote internships with partner organizations. See below for current placement options.  Learn about more Dickey Center remote opportunities related to Arctic & the Environment, and about Goldstein (Remote) Internship opportunities in Japan.

Internships at the U.S. Naval War College

This winter, we are excited to begin to offer funding for an internship partnered with the U.S. Naval War College. Internship opportunities are both remote and in person.

Deadline to apply: October 26th 

Internships at the U.S. Naval War College

The Naval War College was established in 1884 to serve as "a place of original research on all questions relating to war and to statesmanship connected with war, or the prevention of war."

The College maintains a small, tailored internship program that offers students from other institutions an opportunity to contribute to this research agenda and to the College's central mission. While the internship program has existed for many years, only recently have students been able to participate in virtual internships while living outside the Newport area.

Opportunities

Student interns work directly (or remotely) with Naval War College faculty on research related to a wide range of topics in international affairs, security studies, and foreign relations. Past interns have contributed to research on cyber security, counterterrorism, energy policy, ethics and technology, great-power competition, grand strategy, and maritime conflict, among other themes and topics.

The internship program welcomes students from various academic backgrounds. We are particularly interested in students with training and interests in international history, political science, international relations, economics, and security studies. Students with strong language skills, especially Chinese and Russian, are also encouraged to apply.

The Naval War College offers internships during the fall, winter, spring, and summer terms. The program features flexible working arrangements with varying time commitments, based on the needs and availability of faculty and interns. Student interns must be U.S. citizens actively pursuing a degree. To be eligible for this internship students must be on a registered "L" term with the College. Applications are currently open for those seeking a Winter internship (opportunities will be available for each term, but on a different application schedule)

Apply Here  (Please apply through the Build Your Own International Internship option.)

* This application is the first phase of a two-phased process. If you are selected by the review committee at the Dickey Center, you will be given further guidance on how to apply directly with the team at USNWC. Of note, they will require, at least, a cover letter, current CV, and transcript. If the USNWC is able to place you in an internship, the Dickey Center will work with you on funding and pre-departure information. 

 

Past partnerships include:

Application Deadline

The deadline to apply for our remote and in person partnered internships is October 26th!

If you have any questions about our internship program, please reach out to Peter Jenkison.