Looking for an entry level job or internship in international affairs? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Want a career in international affairs? Start by obtaining direct experience in the field through internships or volunteering, brushing up on a foreign language in your area of specialty, and keeping up with current events in your area of interest.
|JD18-390: Senior Program Analyst, International Affairs|
Systems Planning and Analysis Washington, DC
|Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs|
GlycoMimetics Rockville, MD
| Senior Specialist, Legislative (Trophy Hunting)|
The Humane Society of the United States Gaithersburg, MD
|Intelligence Analyst 4 (TS/SCI w/poly required) with Security Clearance|
Northrop Grumman Chantilly, VA
|Regulatory Affairs Specialist|
EMMES Corporation Rockville, MD
|Human Subject Protection Specialist - Clinical Research|
Technical Resources International Bethesda, MD
|Executive Director, Sine Institute of Policy -&- Politics (15379)-|
American University Washington, DC
|Protocol Coordinator II (PC II)|
Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research Rockville, MD
|Communications and Public Affairs Analyst|
Confidential Company Arlington, VA
|Human Subjects Protection Specialist|
Manpower Group Bethesda, MD
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