|Type: Internship/Fellowship Program
Wage: Small stipend to cover housing and food; we encourage candidates to seek outside funding; help finding housing provided
Application Deadline: Rolling
Location(s): Tbilisi, Georgia; Baku, Azerbaijan; Yerevan, Armenia
Hours: 4 days, 32 hours/ week
Eligibility: Applicants must have a strong interest and background in the social sciences (policy-related or think tank experience is a benefit); have completed two years of college course work by the time the internship begins (graduate students are highly encouraged to apply); be familiar with Microsoft programs (knowledge of statistical programs such as SPSS or Stata is desirable); have well-developed communication, teamwork and organizational skills; take initiative and work independently with little supervision; and be able to work in a complex environment in developing countries. Knowledge of Russian or a local language (Armenian, Azerbaijani, and Georgian) and experience in the NIS region is a plus. Candidates who have their own research agenda will be given priority. Applicants must be willing to commit to the internship for a minimum of 10 weeks. Candidates should specify if they have a country preference.
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