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Turkic American Federation of Southeast
1349 West Peachtree Street
DescriptionTurkic American Federation of Southeast, TAFS, is a leading independent and an umbrella organization committed to advancing the interaction among American and Turkic people to promote and encourage continuing good relationship and understanding through its affiliate organizations regardless of their ethnic origin, religion and other preferences.
TAFS’s Mission is promoting the cultural, educational, academic, business, social and arts relations and to organize events and activities to bring together the American and Turkish, Turkic and Eurasian communities within the US. Turkic American Federation of Southeast, TAFS was established in 2011 as an umbrella organization that brings Turkic associations in the Southeast of the United States. As an umbrella organization, TAFS represents 9 member organizations in 5 states: Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina and Alabama.
Turkic American Federation of Southeast, TAFS, brings people together by hosting public programs and private events featuring leaders and experts with diverse views on a wide range of global and regional topics through task forces, executive forums, luncheons, conferences, studies, and leadership dialogue.
ResponsibilitiesThe program is intended to provide participants with the tools, skills, and experience that they can
readily apply to future challenges and professional pursuits. We expect a great deal from our
interns. Candidates will have a diverse, challenging experience and make a genuine contribution to TAFS's work.
We welcome all applicants who have demonstrated academic excellence and have
displayed a commitment to public service. While preference is given to Turkic Americans, students from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Our interns assist staff in several areas including correspondence, research, and drafting reports. While intern duties are mainly administrative, interns should expect to be given more and more responsibilities during their period of internship in the TAFS