We’re seeking an exceptional full-time undergraduate (freshman, sophomore or junior) college student for an exciting paid summer internship through the ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program. This internship requires strong skills in research, writing, editing and a strong interest in human rights.
The candidate must be an undergraduate student who has completed his/her freshman year and is returning to school full-time in Fall 2013.
This ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program internship provides $2,750 for 8 weeks based on a 35-hour work week.
The Country Conditions Research Coordinator is responsible for researching and compiling information on country conditions experts. The intern will review HRI files, search the Internet, and contact experts on the political and cultural conditions in specific countries, in order to create a list which includes contact information for the experts. The country of origin information expert list will be posted on the HRI website and made accessible to pro bono attorneys and immigration practitioners. It is important for attorneys to have a database of country of origin experts because they often spend a significant amount of time searching for one.
Application Instructions: Qualified applicants please email your resume and cover letter to Patricia Melton, Director of Marketing & Revenue Development at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 19, 2013.