About Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Founded in 1910, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a private, nonprofit and nonpartisan organization advancing international cooperation and promoting America's international involvement. The Carnegie Junior Fellows program is a highly competitive program that draws applicants from more than 300 colleges across the country for a chance to work hand-in-hand with the endowment's senior researchers.

Junior Fellows take on topics like nonproliferation, democracy-building, trade, U.S. leadership, China-related issues and Russian/Eurasian studies. They contribute to books, journal articles, policy papers and congressional testimony. Fellows also get to sit in on meetings with high-level officials and organize briefings for scholars, activists, journalists and government officials.

Eligibility

Candidates must be graduating seniors or students who graduated within the past academic year from a university in the fellowship network. Students must be nominated by their university in order to be eligible.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Stats

  • Number of Interns: Less than 10
  • Compensation/Benefits: Paid
  • Duration: N/A
  • Academic Level: College Seniors, Recent College Graduates

Locations

  • Washington, DC