August, 22nd 2023
KEI is currently seeking graduate students and exceptional undergraduate students with a clear interest in the U.S.-Korea bilateral issues for its Fall 2023 intern class. This is a great opportunity for students to develop a deeper understanding and gain practical experience in the major policies concerning the economic, political, and security aspects of U.S.-Korea relations. Interns also participate in various activities and events held at KEI, including policy research and writing, data collection and analysis, and event planning.
KEI is looking to hire one Communications Intern this fall. Please select “Communications Intern” in the application form.
The part-time internship will run for a minimum of 4 months. While KEI tries to accommodate interns’ academic commitments, interns are required to work at least 28 hours per week. Interns will be working a hybrid schedule from KEI’s Washington, DC office. This position pays $16.10 per hour. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.