During this period you will learn Email Etiquette's, the art of selling yourself and the art of convincing.
No one will teach you all these but you will eventually learn.
Once accepted, your internship will be listed on the internship listings page.
The Director of Career Services contacts prospective internship supervisors in early November to arrange spring internships, and in early April to arrange fall internships.
Application: In order to apply you should be a student currently enrolled in a master’s program or enrolled at the unemployment agency with at least a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Gender Studies, Global Studies, Social Sciences, Economics, Statistics, IT or related field.
To apply, please send your CV, a cover letter describing why you want to do an internship at GLD, and a writing sample to [email protected] should refine their skills and act as leaders.Rhodes students are qualified for many professional activities including accounting, research, technical writing, marketing, and counseling.Rhodes academic interns work 10 hours per week during the fall or spring semester (approximately 140 total hours) and receive four hours of academic credit.Although students are not paid for their work, the guidelines below are designed to ensure the internship provides a valuable academic and professional experience.All queries after reading this can be discussed on the group.This present information is purely based on my experience of applying for academic internships.If you have any questions, please contact us via email. Testimonials: “Overall the internship was a great experience and I believe it will contribute much to my future career.In a broader perspective, the research is important for policy makers and development specialists to find out how people access public goods in order to secure effective implementation of, for example, policies or foreign aid projects.Knowledge of statistical programs, Arabic, French, and/or Swedish is an asset.As an intern you will be an important part of our team and will be given the opportunity to obtain practical experience in working with a research project within academia. Current tasks include: data collection and management, survey preparation, background reports and internal memorandums, event organisation, and dissemination.