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Looking for your next opportunity? Here are a couple of opportunities that are expiring soon on Handshake.

+ Digital Health Intern | United States Agency for International Development (USAID) | Washington, DC
Summer 2018 | Paid | Application close Fri 12/15
The Digital Health Intern will work with the Senior Advisor, Digital Health, in the USAID Global Health Bureau’s Center for Accelerating Impact and Innovation (CII). There the Intern will work on building knowledge products and guidance that advances the strategic use of digital technologies to support and strengthen USAID programs and global health outcomes. Candidates must be currently enrolled in a master’s or other post-bachelor’s program in international development, public health, engineering, or a related field; or, completion of such within the past 12 months.

+ Project Assistant | APCO Worldwide | Washington, DC
Full-time | Application close Fri 12/22
APCO Worldwide is a global communication consultancy, named “Public Affairs Agency of the Year” 2017. As an entry-level professional, you will be conducting traditional and social media tracking; developing media lists and pitching to the media; drafting reports, social media content, and communications materials; coordinating distribution of materials and collating kits and packages for staff and clients; and, documenting and tracking of account activity such as conference reports and account status reports.

+ Policy Intern | United States Conference of Catholic Bishops | Washington, DC
Spring 2018 | Unpaid | Application close Sat 12/23
The intern will assist the Office of Policy and Public Affairs advance their advocacy efforts and policy agenda related to immigrants, refugees, child migrants, and survivors and victims of human trafficking. The intern will engage in diverse activities, including researching, drafting, graphic, and social media advocacy work, attending meetings and note-taking, providing various forms of administrative support, and contributing to the Bishops’ strategic plan for the Conference.


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