Spring-Summer 2018 Internships Available: Know Your World!

Spring-Summer 2018 Internships Available: Know Your World!

APPLICATIONS FOR 2018 SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM HERE

Thanks to  2017 SUMMER INTERNS! 

See the video they produced this summer!

 

The World Affairs Council of Harrisburg welcome college and high school interns. If you’re interested in becoming an intern with WACH, email us at wacharrisburg@gmail.com for information. Or text/call Dr. Joyce Davis at 717 712 4238.

The World Affairs Council of Harrisburg thanks the high school and college students who served as interns this summer.  High school and college students from throughout Central Pennsylvania and the United States met at our offices at Temple University Harrisburg and organized  the 2017 International Young Leaders Conference & Career Fair, to learn about international affairs and to produce the next Journal of International Thought!  They also participated in our Understanding World Religions Seminars and the “Teaching Peace” discussions with resources from the United States Institute of Peace.  It was one great summer!

Go to our Summer Interns page  to see their bios and photos!

 

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