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AHI college internships in Washington

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Originally From: Arthur Lampros <AHIWORLD@mindspring.com>

AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE AHI COLLEGE INTERN PROGRAM 1220 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 Tel: 202-785-8430, Fax: 202-785-5178

I am pleased to announce the internship program at the American Hellenic Institute. Please take a moment to read the attached information. Please note that currently our internship is unpaid however, several students have made arrangements to receive college credits for their work at AHI. You might want to speak to your student counselor or professors to make similar arrangements. Make sure that you mention such an arrangement in the questionnaire. All foreign students must have a current student visa and/or current work permit. Note the section in the questionnaire.

AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE COLLEGE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The American Hellenic Institute offers several internship positions during the year. Interns will have the opportunity to work in an historic building on 16th Street just a few blocks away from the White House in Washington, DC and to experience first hand the excitement and practical understanding for how foreign policy is developed in this country. It will be an experience that they will cherish and appreciate. In the past AHI interns have gone on to fine positions in the public and private sector.

Interns will participate in a variety of activities such as monitor legislation and Congressional hearings, liaison with Congressional offices, conduct research on issues affecting U.S.-Greece-Cyprus relations for Congressional testimony and our handbook on United States Relations With Greece and Cyprus and writing memoranda, press releases and letters. The work will also include routine office chores. The internship is unpaid. All foreign students must have a current student visa and/or current work permit.

Qualified applicants must have completed coursework or experience in U.S. relations with Greece and Cyprus, excellent oral and written communication skills and knowledge of word processing -MS Word for Windows.

To apply please sent a cover letter with two copies of your resume; current transcripts; a five-page writing sample; and two letters of recommendations to the:

To apply, qualified applicants should sent a cover letter with

the completed questionnaire; a copy of your resume; current transcripts; a five-page writing sample; and two letters of recommendations.

Applications should be addressed to me and faxed at 301-670-6362 or mailed to the address listed below. If you have any questions please call me at 301-670-9728.

Mrs. Yola Pakhchanian AHI/AHIPAC College Intern Program 104 Canfield Hill Drive Gaithersburg, MD 20878-5263

After a review of all your papers I will call you to arrange for an interview. Make sure you note your current phone number to arrange for this interview. I appreciate all your assistance.

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The AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE (AHI) founded on August 1, 1974, following Turkey's invasion of Cyprus, is a non-profit tax-exempt business league. It is an independent public policy trade association which provides an organization and program for strengthening trade and commerce and related matters between the US and Greece, the US and Cyprus and within the American Hellenic community. AHI initiated the rule of law issue as well as humanitarian aid to Cyprus and the first U.S.-Greece-Cyprus trade conference.

The AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, INC., (AHIPAC), is the filial organization of AHI conceived in 1974 and established in early 1975. While both AHI and AHIPAC are authorized to lobby, AHIPAC was formed to concentrate on lobbying and is the only American Hellenic organization registered with the U.S. Congress under the Lobbying Act. The American Hellenic Institute Foundation, Inc. is a "think tank" which seeks to strengthen relations between the U.S. and Greece, the U.S. and Cyprus and within the American Hellenic community through publications, conferences and seminars.

AHI AND AHIPAC SUPPORT *blocking recognition of the Skopje regime under the Greek name of Macedonia; *protection of human rights in Northern Epirus; *security of Greece's sovereign rights in the Aegean and western Thrace; *freedom and sovereignty of Cyprus; *conditions on all military and economic aid to Turkey and economic sanctions against Turkey until Turkey removes its troops and colonists from Cyprus & is in compliance with all US laws, the UN Charter, the NATO & Geneva Convention. *the 7:10 ratio in U.S. military aid to Greece and Turkey and urges a 1:1 ratio; *protection of the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Greek minority in Turkey. the reopening of the Halki Patriarchal School of Theology; *awareness of the Pontian Genocide by Turkey; *human rights for the Kurdish minority in Turkey; and *the lifting of the illegal Turkish blockage of Armenia.


AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE COLLEGE INTERN PROGRAM INTERN BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SHEET

Date ____________________________________

Please print or type the following questionnaire

NAME


CURRENT ADDRESS___________________________________________________________________

CITY __________________________ STATE ____________________ ZIP


PERMANENT ADDRESS
CITY ____________________________ STATE ____________________ ZIP
PHONE (CURRENT) _____________________________ (PERMANENT)
College/University:
Major: ________________________________________ Degree
GPA ________________

Expected graduation date ___________________

Education:



Related Coursework: _______________________________________________(grade)________________________________

_______________________________________________(grade)________________________________

_______________________________________________(grade)________________________________

Work experience




Awards:


Computer skills

Language skills


Are you a US citizen? _______________________________

If not, do you have a student visa or a work permit? _______________

When does it expire? _____________

Are you or your family from Greece or Cyprus? ______

If yes, which members of your family were born in Greece or Cyprus?

self parents grandparents (Please specify city of origin)

When will you be available to beginning the internship?


Ending date _____________________________

What days and time will you be available


When will you be available for an interview? (give dates and time)
Will you receive college credit for your internship at AHI?
If yes, please give the course name and the name, address & phone number of the professor.


What qualifications do you have that AHI could gain from?

What would you like to gain from your internship experience at AHI?


How did you hear of our internship program?


Is there an internship program at your university?
If yes, give contact name, mailing address & phone number

To apply, qualified applicants should sent a cover letter with

the completed questionnaire; a copy of your resume; current transcripts; a five-page writing sample; and two letters of recommendations.

Applications should be addressed to me and faxed at 301-670-6362 or mailed to the address listed below. If you have any questions please call me at 301-670-9728.

Mrs. Yola Pakhchanian AHI/AHIPAC College Intern Program 104 Canfield Hill Drive Gaithersburg, MD 20878-5263


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