Internship opportunities at Rumi Forum


Date posted: October 9, 2017

Rumi Forum is looking for interns who will gain a great experience in Washington DC. Undergraduate and masters level students and J.D. and Ph.D. candidates, as well as recent graduates, are eligible to apply.

Candidates may negotiate work days, dates and times as Rumi Forum offers flexibility.

In order to apply for a Rumi Forum Internship, applicants need to fill out an application form. Supporting documents such as CVs, and resumes may be sent to [email protected].

Available Internship Positions

Project Internship
Multimedia Internship
Web Design Internship
Public Relations Internship

Click this link for more information and make an application.

 


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