Careers and Internship at RGIT
Information about internships at RGIT
Thank you for your interest in our organization.
Internship Applications for Spring 2020 will be accepted at this time.
Research for RGIT publications (Washington News, Im Blickpunkt, etc.) in German and English.
Conduct issue tracking on US trade, energy, labor, and tax policy.
Assist with event management and special projects.
Attend, monitor, and report on events of interest to the office in the DC area.
Course work or previous work experience in international relations, US politics, trade, economics/finance, energy, labor, or tax.
Currently pursuing or recently completed a bachelors or graduate degree.
Intermediate to advanced proficiency in German (for American students).
Intermediate to advance proficiency in English (for German students).
Ability to adapt to frequently changing priorities.
Length of Internship: 2-4 months.
Resume/CV (German or English)
Cover Letter / Motivationsschreiben (German or English)
Writing Samples (one in German and one in English)
Professional references (e.g. Zeugnisse or contact information)
Please be aware that internships are unpaid.
A J1-Visa is required for non-U.S. residents.
Further information about the visa application process as well as a detailed job description are available upon request.