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The Bridging Nations Foundation
1105 Waverly Way, McClean VA 22101, USA
Posted: August 09 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 4 Part-time, Paid
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DescriptionThe mission of the Bridging Nations Foundation is to promote dialogue between the United States, India, and China and technological progress of the three countries in efforts to strengthen the global relationship. With a focus on cybersecurity, we believe that technological innovation, access to quality education, and global leadership are the engines of economic growth, and hence the key to a prosperous world. The Foundation, along with its partners, endeavors to make improvements through education and workforce development, which will play a significant role in bridging the divide between the three countries and leading them to a shared prosperity.
Responsibilities- Students should have experience in research plan drafting and grant proposal writing
- Present and communicate data analytics
- Draft white papers
- Event preparations for seminars
-Recruiting Interns for DC Location
- Interested in organizing seminars and conferences and interact with luminaries in think tanks, government, industry, and academia.
Requirements- Students with min of 3.5 GPA
- Students should have taken courses in the following areas: International Relations, History, India , China, Comparative religions, Technology, Journalism, Communication, Leadership, Business Management, Project Management, Literature, Recruitment, Psychology, Education, Skill Development.