Nazarian Center Undergraduate Internships

Evaluating applications on a rolling basis.


UCLA undergraduate students who are in good standing with the university are encouraged to apply. Internships are offered on a quarterly or yearly schedule during the 2013-2014 academic year. A limited number of summer internships will be offered for the 2014 summer session.

Application Process

Applications for the 2013-2014 academic year will be evaluated on a rolling basis. Applications must be submitted online and must include:

  • CV or resume (2 page maximum -- Be sure to include relevant skills/experience such as graphic design experience, computer/software skills, etc.)
  • 2 letters of recommendation (these can be from professors or previous employers)
  • Cover letter/State of Purpose (1 page maximum) – Why do you want to work from the Nazarian Center for Israel Studies? Why are you a good fit for this internship? What do you hope to gain from this internship? Please list your availability between Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM.

Internships are competitive. The applicant pool will be reviewed and a select number of applicants will then be invited for an interview. A final decision will be made shortly after interviews are conducted.

Hours and Expectations

Interns will be expected to work an average of 6 hours per week. These hours are flexible; however, we expect a high level of commitment from our interns. Interns can also receive course credit through UCLA Center for Community Learning.

The Nazarian Center for Israel Studies hosts many large-scale events. All interns will help with the production (coordination, advertising, execution) of these events. We consider interns as part of our staff and we believe that our staff members are a reflection of The Nazarian Center. We expect our interns to conduct themselves with professionalism at all times.


In addition to assisting Center staff with all aspects of event production, our interns will also oversee the creation and distribution of The Nazarian Center’s quarterly newsletter that will be distributed to a large and diverse audience. Interns may also assist with writing and designing event materials (programs, advertisements, etc).  The Center is greatly interested in developing relationships with other departments and centers on the UCLA campus and also with with the community and other academic institutions. Our interns will also serve as Outreach Coordinators by helping us develop these relationships.




For more info please contact:
Jasmine Lin

Published: Monday, June 03, 2013