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Summer internships at the American Hellenic Institute

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: American Hellenic Institute <n.klonaris@ahiworld.com>

SUMMER INTERNSHIP POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN WASHINGTON D.C.

AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE

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.

During the Fall and Spring semester the interns are expected to work 12-15 hours per week and in the summer 35 hours per week. The internship is unpaid and no compensation is offered. 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 send a cover letter with your resume; current transcripts; a five-page writing sample; and two letters of recommendations to:

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

______________________________

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 U.S. and Greece, the U.S. 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. AHIPAC is the only American Hellenic organization registered with the U.S. Congress under the Lobbying Act.

In 1989, the AHI Business Network, a division of AHI was initiated creating a national and international focus for the Greek American business and professional community, and putting it to work helping other Greek Americans. Its purpose is to share business information and contacts. Its concept is people helping people by sharing experience, knowledge and ideas. The Business Network is building a business and resource center at the Hellenic House.

The American Hellenic Institute Foundation, Inc., (AHIF), established in 1975, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt research and educational organization and is home to the first full-fledged "think tank" devoted exclusively to the study of the critical issues confronting the Greek American community.

In 1995, the Foundation For Hellenic Studies was established in Washington, DC. under the auspices of AHIF and the direction of Professor Van Coufoudakis. Its main objective is to provide support to qualified individuals, institutions, programs and projects advancing the study of Greece and Cyprus in the United States. The Foundation provides dissertation research and writing grants; publication grants; travel support for established Greek scholars traveling to the United States for lectures and/or conference participation; workshops and conferences; matching seed money for programs of Greek studies; library grants; teaching aid grants; and grants for other selected projects.


AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE COLLEGE INTERN PROGRAM

INTERN BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SHEET

Date ______________________

Please complete the questionnaire (print or type)

NAME


CURRENT ADDRESS____________________________________________________

CITY ______________ STATE _______________ ZIP ____________

PERMANENT ADDRESS


CITY _______________ STATE ____________________ ZIP __________________

PHONE (CURRENT)


PHONE (PERMANENT)
Fax _______________________

Email ______________________________________

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? _____________________

INTERNSHIP INFORMATION:

When will you be available to beginning the internship? ______________________ Ending date _____________________________

What days and time will you be available (Fall and Spring semesters a minimum of 15 hours/week is required and in the summer 35 hour/week)





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




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