January, 3rd 2023
KEI is currently seeking graduate students and exceptional undergraduate students with a clear interest in the U.S.-Korea bilateral issues for its Spring 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 2 Research interns and 1 Communications Intern this fall. Please indicate which position you’re applying for.
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 28 hours per week. Interns will be working a hybrid schedule from KEI’s Washington, DC office. This position pays $16.10 per hour. Please submit the application below by December 5, 2022