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The European Institute® accepts unsolicited resumes as well as responses to current job listings. All resumes are kept on file for a period of one year. Applicants will be considered for any position for which they are qualified.

What should my application contain?
All applications should include a resume, salary requirements and a cover letter indicating the position(s) of interest. If the applicant is responding to a current opening, the job number should be noted in the cover letter.

Where do I send my application?
Send applications by e-mail to ADavis@europeaninstitute.org, by fax to (202) 362-1088, or by mail to:
ATTN: Human Resources
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 220
Washington DC, 20036

How will I know when the Institute has received my application?
Due to the volume of applications received, candidates will be contacted only if they are selected for an initial interview.

Who can apply?
The European Institute is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual preference, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability or veteran status. All applicants who are eligible for employment in the United Sates will be considered.

How often are job listings updated?
Positions are posted as they become available and removed as they are filled.


Current Positions

There are no positions available at this time.



The European Institute offers volunteer internships in the fall, spring and summer for undergraduate and graduate students. We strive to provide interns with an educational, timely and interesting experience through projects that develop professional skills relevant to the issues they are studying.

Where do I send my application?
Send applications by e-mail to NFahey@europeaninstitute.org, by fax to (202) 362-1088, or by mail to:
ATTN: Human Resources
The European Institute
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 220
Washington DC, 20036.

Internships are in the following topic areas:
Programs (Defense and Homeland Security; Energy, Environment, and Transportation; Trade and Finance; Telecommunications and Space Technology)

Communications (Press; European Affairs® - the Institute’s public policy journal; website and blog)

SEND application (with specific internship area clearly indicated) to:
Natalie Fahey
Fax: (202) 362-1088
Email: NFahey@europeaninstitute.org



What should my application contain?
Internship applications should include:
· A resume and cover letter
· Specify the area of internship (Programs or Communications)
· List educational history, professional data and information about extracurricular activities
· Any foreign language skills should be noted with level of proficiency achieved. If you are a native speaker, please indicate so.
· In the cover letter, explain why you are interested in working at The European Institute and why you chose the specified area.
· Indicate what semester you are applying for (spring, summer or fall)
· Writing samples may be requested

When are the deadlines to submit an application?
Spring: November 1st
Summer: March 1st
Fall: July 1st


Programs Intern:

· Monitor transatlantic relations
· Research European economic and political developments
· Assist with event planning as part of the Institute's program development
· Draft background papers and compile background materials for events
· Draft meeting summaries following Institute events
· Aid with website development and the creation of new content
· Translate documents and conduct research on foreign language websites
· Assist with administrative and organizational projects

 Communications Intern:

· Write for the blog
· Research topics and authors for European Affairs
. Cull European press coverage on web for developments in transatlantic relations
· Assist with web site updates and content
. Write press releases
· Develop special projects for promotion of publications
· General administrative and organizational assistance

Frequently Asked Questions

1. May I mail my application?
Yes. The mailing address is:
The European Institute
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 220
Washington DC, 20036.
Please address the application to Natalie Fahey.

2. What is the duration of internships?
Spring Internships: January – May
Summer Internships: June – August
Fall Internships: September – December

3. How many hours a week will I work?
The European Institute offers both full and part-time internships. Candidates should be able to maintain a regular work schedule of at least 20 hours a week.

4. Are the internships paid or unpaid?
The European Institute offers unpaid, voluntary internships.

5. May I get academic credit or work-study for my internship?
Yes. Internships at The European Institute are available for credit, but it is the responsibility of the intern to notify the school and Internship Supervisor, and make any other necessary arrangements.

6. Can international students intern at The European Institute?
Yes. However, we do not sponsor visas for international students.

7. Does The European Institute offer any assistance in terms of housing?
The European Institute does not offer housing assistance. Locating and paying for housing is your responsibility.



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