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DescriptionPLEASE DIRECTLY APPLY AT http://bit.ly/RumiForumInternshipApplicationForm2013 FOR QUICKER RESPONSE
The responsibility of the interns of these centers will be about general projects of Rumi Forum including organization of luncheon and ambassador speaking series, conferences, seminars, trips to Turkey and social responsibility projects.
ResponsibilitiesDuties may include the following:
Reaching prominent government, corporate and media officials, opinion-makers, academics, diplomats, clergy and other civic leaders
Making invitee lists, preparing and sending hard copy and email invitations
Maintaining contacts database
Checking the venue ready for the Forum and working with catering
Working with Photographer and Cameraman
Editing speeches and interviews, preparing news updates for the website working with the webmaster
Following events in Washington DC related to the field of Rumi Forum
Ability to prepare press releases and contact with media is preferred
Please make sure you fill out the form http://bit.ly/RumiForumInternshipApplicationForm2013 to complete your application
RequirementsEligibility: All undergraduate and master’s-level students and J.D. and Ph.D. candidates as well as recent graduates are eligible to apply.
Pursuing an undergraduate degree in International Relations, Public Policy, Political Science, Sociology, Journalism, Communications, or other related fields in the social sciences and arts.
Please make sure you fill out the form at http://bit.ly/RumiForumInternshipApplicationForm2013