Designed for students and recent graduates with a demonstrated interest in international affairs, the Pacific Council Junior Fellows Program is an opportunity for individuals of junior professional background to gain
experience in international relations through a member-based non-profit.
Individuals selected will complete projects in the departments of Operations, Membership, Communications, Trips, and Development.
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Eligible candidates must be in their junior or senior level of undergraduate courses, a graduate student, or a recent graduate of either with a degree in international relations or related subjects; must have a strong academic record; and must be eligible to work at least 15 hours a week in the Pacific Council office in downtown Los Angeles – days are flexible.
Tasks will include but are not limited to: assistance with event programming, logistics, writing, editing, research, membership administration, and general administrative assistance. Additionally, Fellows will produce a term project advancing a key organizational priority and present their findings to the Pacific Council staff upon the completion of their Fellowship.