23 days ago
Job Title: US-China Relations Intern
Reports to: US-China Relations Team Lead and the Managing Editor
Job Description: The US-China Relations Book Project Intern contributes to ONC’s mission of providing nonpartisan news, opinions, and policy solutions by collaborating on a team of 4-8 interns in the Core Content Department. The US-China Relations intern will analyze the US-China relationship, and the greater impact this relationship has on the US and the global community. This intern will conduct research on current policy surrounding the topic and how such policy can be revised or replaced to more effectively shape future relations between the two countries. The basis of the internship will be to work towards furthering the US-China Relations book project, with a focus on making these complex laws and policies easier to digest and understand for everyone. This intern must prioritize ONC's commitment to nonpartisanship, ideological diversity, and civil debate and ensure it is evident in all published work.
**A mandatory content-related writing sample must be submitted with the application.
This position is remote, with work primarily conducted over Zoom and Slack, so applicants must be comfortable coordinating in a remote environment and are expected to maintain a high level of communication. This intern must commit to at least 6 months. However, many people choose to extend their internship past the amount of time they initially committed to, provided their performance meets the required standards.
Benefits: Flexible schedule, college credit, professional networking, and resume-building experience. This intern will also be listed as a contributing author and have their work published with the completion of this book project.
Compensation: This is not a paid position.
Employer Job ID: REF64U
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Requirements: The US-China Relations Intern should have the following skills, education, and experience:
**As part of the hiring process, we will require an “Essay Response” as a mandatory part of our screening process. This mini-essay will be sent to the candidate on resume review and must be submitted before the interview.
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OUR NATIONAL CONVERSATION (ONC) has not provided an expected interview date. Due to the volume of applications, OUR NATIONAL CONVERSATION (ONC) has indicated that they will not follow up unless you are selected for an interview.
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