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Grants and Other Opportunities

Alumni Engagement Innovation Grant (2022)

Since its inception in 2011, the U.S. Department of State has funded over 500 AEIF alumni-led projects around the world. AEIF grants support Exchange Alumni team initiatives that increase regional and global collaboration of alumni, support U.S. foreign policy objectives, and benefit local communities.

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Read Ahead (Mandarin required)

Program Coordinator ($60,000)

Since 1991, Read Ahead has connected public elementary school students with caring mentors from leading corporate and community partners. During weekly sessions, mentors and mentees read together, discuss books and their lives, and engage in fun and educational games and activities. Read Ahead sessions are designed to help children grow their confidence, love of reading, literacy skills, and other skills essential for success

Learn more and apply here

American Councils for International Education

Resident Director (China, multiple locations)

ident Directors represent American Councils on programs overseas. Resident Directors work directly with the host institution; manage communications between American Councils, program participants and local staff; arrange logistics for the group; advise participants as required; and resolve medical and other issues as necessary.

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TwoSix Technologies

The M3 team is looking for language-enabled SMEs to work in a fully-remote capacity analyzing information operations around the world.Looking for analysts with language experience (including but not limited to Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, and Hindi) in the following regions:

East & Southeast Asia
Central & South Asia
Latin America
Middle East

Miburo Solutions

Junior and Senior Analyst

Miburo Solutions is currently seeking Russia, China, junior and senior analyst candidates to research electoral interference, propaganda, mis/disinformation, and extremism. Looking for foreign language skills and/or a background in international relations, national security, journalism, computer science, data analysis, or communications. The analyst positions are on-site based in New York City, and the tentative start date is January 2022. Please email with the role you are interested in the subject line and with an attached resume and cover letter.

German Marshall Fund of the United States

Program Coordinator

The program coordinator will support GMF’s Asia Program on a variety of convening and research activities that foster transatlantic cooperation related to Asia. S/he will assist with the day-to-day program operations including drafting grant proposals and reports, tracking budgets and expenses, contact database updates, program updates (website, calendar, team call notes, booklet, and op-ed collections), managing interns, and providing research and editorial support. The program coordinator will provide logistical support for the Japan, Taiwan, and Korea portfolios which includes the Japan Trilateral Forum, the Taiwan Trilateral Forum, the Young Strategists Forum, and other events. S/he will also take the lead in supporting the Asia Program’s U.S.-based convening. 

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McLarty Associates

Intern/Graduate Fellow Positions

We were ambassadors. And trade negotiators. And White House officials, journalists, intelligence officers, business leaders, and scholars. Our work lies at the nexus of business and policy. We understand the complexities of international markets and help our clients navigate the strategic and operational challenges they face around the globe.  

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National Committee on US-China Relations

Program Officer

The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated individual to join its program team. This program officer position will oversee programming that engages and partners with academic centers, as well as professional, and trade associations located around the country, chief of which is CHINA Town Hall. All staff members are expected to be committed to the National Committee’s mission and represent the organization in a professional manner.

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U.S. Dept of State

STEM-related job fair

November 17 from 11am to 7pm ET

Meet STEM professionals and recruiters in an online job information event. Career opportunities at home and abroad!

Click here to register or learn more

American Councils for International Education

Program Officer

Based in Washington, DC, the Program Officer for Virtual Initiatives leads the planning and administration of virtual exchange programming by recruiting for the program, developing preparatory materials, advising students, and working with colleagues and implementing partners on program planning and implementation. The Program Officer also provides some support for study abroad programming. The Program Officer has a special role in preparing and supporting students to cooperate with their diverse cohort members and fostering leaderships skills, recruiting candidates from diverse backgrounds, building relationships with program stakeholders across the United States, and supporting participants from a wide array of backgrounds.

Click here to learn more and apply

Global Taiwan Institute

Internship Program (Spring 2022)

The Global Taiwan Institute is seeking up to two Spring interns to assist with: current research projects and reports, production of the bi-weekly Global Taiwan Brief, and organization of our public seminars. Interns may have the opportunity to publish in the Global Taiwan Brief. We are looking for energetic, flexible, highly motivated interns who are excited about our mission and work well as a part of a small team. Familiarity with regional issues, editorial and/or writing experience, social media proficiency, interpersonal skills, and a strong work ethic are essential. This internship is paid.

Apply and learn more here

The Overseas Dispatch

Many positions available, most positions are volunteer

The Overseas Dispatch is a globally-oriented, grassroots social enterprise (and aspiring nonprofit) committed to encouraging creativity among people who are passionate about the world. We provide first-rate editorial and advising opportunities to content creators ready to get their ideas out into the world, and we match those capacities with our flagship publication, The Overseas Dispatch Magazine, and our in-house database (coming soon!). 

Learn more here

Translators Without Borders

(Most positions are volunteer)

We are a US-registered, nonprofit organization with in-country programs in Kenya, Bangladesh, Nigeria, and the DRC. Most of our staff work remotely. It allows us to keep overheads down, so more of our funds go directly to the important work we do.

Our mission is to help people get vital information, and be heard, whatever language they speak. We’re committed to bridging the language gap, so that information is available in the right language and format, for people who need it most.

Learn more here

Global+ Virtual Internship & Career Fair 

Thursday, September 30 [3:00PM - 5:00 ET]  

Are you looking for a job or need some ideas for your future career? Join us on September 30th, 3-5pm ET, for the Career Connections Virtual Internship and Career Fair.  Network and discuss internship and job openings within various fields including international development, government, education, and more.  

We know the process of looking for a job or a new career can be overwhelming, but you are not alone! We are glad to support you during this process. Bring your CV, your questions, curiosity and have fun in breakout rooms talking with different employers.  

The Career Connections Virtual Internship & Career Fair is a component of the U.S. Exchange Alumni Network and Capacity Building Program implemented by Partners of the Americas in partnership with the Office of Alumni Affairs at the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Register Here

NSLI-Y Alumni Awards
In recognition of the 15th anniversary of the program, the U.S. Department of State seeks to recognize outstanding NSLI-Y alumni who are carrying on the program’s goals and ideals. Alumni can nominate themselves or fellow alumni. Nominations are also welcome from implementing organizations, employees, or community members of alumni.

Learn more here

NSLI-Y Applicant Mentorship program:
The NSLI-Y Virtual Applicant Mentorship program is an initiative that pairs prospective applicants with NSLI-Y alumni who can help guide them through the application process and beyond. We hope that both mentors and mentees can engage in constructive dialogue about topics like the importance of studying abroad, how to best experience life in a foreign country, educational and career paths beyond language exchange, and more. The program will match students based on common target language interests, shared identities, extracurricular activities, and academic interests. 

Apply here by Sept 17

Global Development Incubator

Washington, DC (remote)

Associate, Strategy and Build

The Global Development Incubator (GDI) builds startups and partnerships to address some of the world’s toughest global development challenges. We play a mix of the strategist and implementer role to spin out new initiatives over 24–36 months. Throughout each stage of our process, we bring together the right partners across sectors—including corporations, nonprofits, governments, and foundations—to help game-changing ideas scale their impact and prepare them for long-term success. 

Learn more and apply here

US-Japan Council

Washington, DC (remote)

Membership Engagement & Regional Coordinator

The Membership Engagement & Regional Coordinator reports to the Director of External Relations will have primary responsibility for the administrative and operational support of activities relating to the engagement of members including membership and regional activities. This position offers an opportunity to make an impact in a growing nonprofit and an opportunity to network with prominent leaders at the forefront of U.S.-Japan relations. Priority will be given to candidates based in Honolulu, Washington D.C. or California, but other locations may be considered.

Learn more and apply here

Global Knowledge Initiative 

Washington, DC (remote)

Network Manger/Associate

KI is looking for a network designer, facilitator and coordinator with strong project management skills who can work with our partners, in a team environment and with a wide, diverse range of stakeholders to build networks and collaborations that achieve a shared purpose around learning, innovation and systems change. The consultant must be flexible and able to juggle several tasks at one time, and must exhibit initiative and client engagement, communications and management skills. In addition, the network coordinator must have virtual facilitation and stakeholder-led design experience. 

Learn more and apply here

People Demand Change, INC

Program Officer (Vacancy # PDC-SY-001)

PDC is searching for a dynamic and experienced professional who can support PDC’s current stabilization program in North Syria by providing management support and  financial and administrative backstop to PDC’s field teams in support of the full implementation
of the program. PDC is searching for an experienced self-starting Program Officer who can support PDC’s current operations in Northern Syria, build & maintain close relationships with our field staff, and coordinate with them regarding the implementation of activities. The Program Officer position will be a bridge between PDC home office staff and PDC’s field staff working on the ground.


To Apply: Please send a 1-page cover letter (maximum) and CV/Resume to with the vacancy ID listed in the subject line by August 25th,  2021 @ 11:59pm EST


The Asia Group

Numerous Openings

Review here


Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) 

Intelligence Analyst Hiring Event

Officers in the Analysis Career Field serve at the heart of DIA’s global mission. Analysis Officers provide cutting-edge analysis from locations around the world on foreign military capabilities and defense issues in support of our nation’s warfighters, policymakers, and defense planners. Through written products, in-person briefings, or multimedia presentations, their work informs tactical decisions of policy, defense strategy, weapons development and acquisition, and military planning. Analysis officers come from diverse backgrounds and can look forward to careers of rewarding training, advanced education opportunities, and challenging assignments with DIA and the Intelligence Community.

Apply here

Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Coalition 

Bilingual Community Health Outreach Worker

Outreach Workers will conduct outreach (both remote and in-person) to develop and maintain engagement between the City and communities. This position is a key team member who strengthens and supports communities experiencing a high number of individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 and facing disparities in access to public and preventative health services. The program also offers an opportunity for hands-on training and work experience leading to long-term employment opportunities in the public health field.

Apply here

The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Max Kampelman Fellowship

The Kampelman Fellowship program is open to recent undergraduates, current graduate students, and undergraduate students with previous internship experience. All Kampelman Fellowship candidates should have a keen interest in learning more about international affairs, the inner workings of Congress, and the relationship between the legislative and executive branches in the realm of foreign policy. Proficiency in a second OSCE language is an asset.

Learn more and apply here

Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

Reischauer Policy Reseacher

Reischauer Policy Research Fellows Program is a critical element of the Reischauer Center at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC. It is designed to support the Center’s various research initiatives, while also providing recent undergraduate or graduate students with broad practical experience regarding the public and private sector analysis process. Fellowships are paid and tenable for one academic year beginning in August 2021 with the potential for renewal for an additional year.

Apply here

U.S. Department of State

Fall 2021 Internship Program

The U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program is an unpaid internship program that provides students with substantive learning experiences in a foreign affairs environment, specifically at U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the world, at various Department bureaus located in Washington D.C., or at Department offices around the United States.

There are many internships available under numerous departments, so please click here to view the plethora of options! 

National Committee on American Foreign Policy

2021 Emerging Leaders Program: Next Gen. Korea Peninsula Specialists

The program is designed to help emerging academics translate their research ideas into policy recommendations, and to develop public communications skills. In addition to peer workshops and skills training, each Emerging Leader will be matched with a mentor from the NCAFP’s network of senior-level former policymakers to further inform the development of the final products--a short policy paper and podcast presentation. This program is made possible with the generous support of the Korea Foundation. 

Application Submission Period: April 16 - April 30, 2021

Notification of Acceptance: May 10, 2021

Virtual Roundtables: May through October 2021

Completion of Program: December 2021

Apply here


Strategic Solutions Consultant - Central Asia

We’re hiring a Strategic Solutions Consultant (SSC) who will serve as an embedded project coordinator to lead the implementation of an exciting new capability in support of a public sector customer, with potential requirements of extended travel (9-12 months) Central Asia. Permanent location in Washington, D.C. is preferred. Candidates must be able to maintain a TS/SCI clearance. 

Apply here

American Culture Exchange Service

Resident Director

American Cultural Exchange Service (ACES) is seeking a qualified Resident Director (RD) to work virtually with a group of up to 25 US high school students for an approximately six-week program through the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) Program. The students will engage in language and cultural learning through virtual classes, cultural activities and one-on-one peer partners. The RD is required to attend a two-day pre-program training, which will be held virtually in late May to early June, participate in pre-program orientation and community building activities, represent ACES for the duration of the program (late June to mid-August), and submit reports during and immediately after the program.

Apply here


Research Associate (Mandarin)

The CSIS Trustee Chair in Chinese Business & Economics is recruiting a full-time research associate who is highly motivated, professional, and deeply interested in China’s political economy, domestic and international. The research associate makes substantive contributions to the research agenda of the Chairholder through research, data analysis, writing, and project management.

Apply here by April 16.

The Wire

Research Assistant (Part-time, Chinese Language)

We are looking for someone who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment, values excellence and is passionate about journalism and explaining China’s commercial environment. Our team currently works remotely, and this position is open to applicants based remotely.

Apply here by April 13

Center for Advanced Chinese Research (CACR)

Open Source Analyst (Chinese Language)

Analysts will provide crucial research and analytical contributions for CACR’s regular reports and briefings on China’s politics and foreign policy as they relate to US-China relations. Ideal candidates possess professional experience working on topics related to China’s political system and foreign policy, excellent Chinese-language research skills, and excellent writing skills.

Apply here

TextOre, Inc (German / Mandarin)


TextOre, Inc. (, a leader in open-source intelligence (OSINT) and foreign media exploitation, is currently looking for candidates with German language fluency to work on our team as a part-time analyst in support of US Government and commercial contracts.

A Germany Analyst will perform the following functions:

  • Conduct open-source research on Chinese subjects of interest within Germany, including people, organizations, and events, and populate findings in a structured database.

  • Prepare abstracts/summaries/briefings in English based on various German content, including social media, scholarly/technical articles, and edited media (periodic journals, magazines, newspapers, etc.).

  • Leverage leading social media monitoring platforms to understand and analyze trends, bot/inorganic activity, message amplification, false narratives, influence operations, etc.

  • Provide linguistic and cultural expertise for ongoing projects.

Apply by forwarding your resume to Mike

Eurasia Foundation

Many openings

Mission: Eurasia Foundation equips citizens to build resilient communities.

Vision: All citizens have the opportunity to realize their full potential and transform their societies

With its headquarters in Washington, DC and programs in Eurasia, China and the Middle East, EF recruits individuals from all over the world. If you are interested in a position with EF, please review the opportunities using the link the below. .

Get more information here


Advanced Collections Analyst (Chinese language skills required)

As an Advanced Collections Analyst at ZeroFOX, you will consult with ZeroFOX’s Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Collections team: a group of highly skilled analysts, collectors, and specialists who dedicate themselves to protecting customers and their assets from digital and physical security threats. With our proprietary hybrid intelligence platforms and collections methodologies, you will utilize your Chinese language skills to identify threats and generate intelligence to assess risk to our customer base. Threat intelligence activities include tracking current and emerging threats covering cyber crime and various forms of malicious exploitation. If things like dark web, analysis, and cyber sleuthing are exciting to you, we want to talk to you! Discretion, teamwork, and creativity are a m

Apply and view other positions here

Questions? Feel free to reach out to for more information.

U.S. Department of State

Foreign Affairs Officer GS-11 (As CLS alumni, your non-competitive eligibility (NCE) can be beneficial for this application)

This position is in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, under the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Counter Threat Finance and Sanctions, Office of Sanctions Policy and Implementation (EB/TFS/SPI). The Foreign Affairs Officer is responsible for developing sanctions policy options to counter national threats, consult on anti-terrorism controls for dual-use items going to State Sponsors of Terrorism, and compliance with Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancements Act of 2000 (TSRA). 

Apply here by April 7


Program Associate (Asia)

The Program Associate will provide a broad range of administrative and project support including maintaining administrative systems and editing and writing reports and communication materials.

Apply here

Recorded Future

Associate Threat Intelligence Analyst (China issues)

The Global Issues Team (GIT) within the Insikt (Research) Group is a multifaceted team of subject matter experts focusing on Geopolitics, Physical Security, Terrorism, and Disinformation. You’ll support high-profile clients by conducting in-depth research and analysis to produce intelligence that covers significant global issues and events.

Location: Boston, MA / Washington, DC

Apply here


Summer Fellow (part-time, paid)

The LCWINS Fellow will undertake the responsibilities listed below, and will also have the opportunity to do research in support of the organization and draft written products for internal and external audiences. Some potential areas for research and writing include: women and diversity in leadership, employment law, law related to non-profit organizations and political activities, policies that improve women’s hiring, impacts of COVID on women in the national security workforce, retention, promotion, and diversity and inclusion in national security. 

Apply here


Programme Administrator

We seek to appoint a Programme Administrator to support the Institute's programme on Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy (NPNP) for a limited-term appointment through 31 December 2021 (potential for renewal dependent upon grant funding). This position will work with NPNP staff based in both London and Washington DC on the implementation of research projects, in particular a project on the verifiable denuclearisation of North Korea and one on geopolitics, nuclear issues and the Middle East.

Apply here

American Mandarin Society


The first program of its kind, the African-American China Leadership Fellowship strives to curb the underrepresentation of African-Americans in all facets of U.S.-China relations. We believe that supporting up-and-coming African-American professionals is key to enhancing the China space, improving U.S. national security and competitiveness, and better reflecting the diversity of the United States. 

Apply here

The National Bureau of Asian Research


Qualified applicants for the Undergraduate Diversity Fellowship will:

  • Be a freshman or sophomore in college with a legal authorization to work in the United States.

  • Be interested in Asia and U.S. foreign policy with demonstrated academic achievement and leadership potential.

Apply here

US-China Business Council

Intern (paid)

USCBC’s US Government Affairs (GA) team is seeking a part-time intern to assist with US policy monitoring and tracking, along with other research responsibilities. The job is a paid internship requiring a 20-hour per week commitment for part time interns at USCBC’s Washington, DC office. Work is currently remote, but applicants must be based in the DC metro region in order to report to the office when in person work resumes. 

Apply here


Rhodium Group

Research Analyst

Rhodium is recruiting a full-time Research Analyst to join the company’s China Practice and support its corporate service offering. The Analyst will be based in our New York City offices but will work remotely until in-office work resumes. The candidate must be able to begin work in mid-March.

Apply here

The National Bureau of Asian Research

Chinese Language Fellowship Program

Location: Remote

The Chinese Language Fellowship offers two types of fellowships:

PhD Track (Up to $50,000)

The PhD track of the Chinese Language Fellowship allows currently enrolled PhD students to participate in a language program of their choice in Taiwan or China for nine months followed by a summer language program during which fellows will take one-on-one classes where they may choose to read primary sources directly related to their dissertation research.

Prospective PhD Track (Up to $40,000)

The Prospective PhD track of the Chinese Language Fellowship allows current or recent Master's degree students planning to pursue a PhD to participate in a language program of their choice in Taiwan or China for nine months. Applicants to the Prospective PhD track must be currently enrolled in a Master's program or already possess a Master's degree.   

Deadline: February 21

Apply here

Center for New American Security (CNAS)

Fellow/Associate Fellow

This individual will be responsible for supporting the program’s research agenda; conceptualizing and executing research projects; assisting in the management of the program’s operations including through liaising with donors; working collaboratively with other programs and Center staff, and engaging with external stakeholders to contribute to national debates related to the Indo-Pacific region. Candidates with strong research and analytical background in regional security issues and Northeast Asian political, economic, and security issues are strongly encouraged to apply.

Apply here

Halifax International Security Forum

Program Officer

The Program Officer, China is responsible for the day-to-day operations of HFX’s new China program.  This includes:

  • Running the #StandTogetherOnChina social media campaign; including regular messaging to strengthen and expand HFXChina’s presence on social media.

  • Communicating verbally and in writing with HFX stakeholders, including writing grant proposals and reports to funders;

  • Tracking in real time issues related to China and helping senior staff in the research and preparation of op-eds and other China-related publications;

  • Developing relationships among like-minded individuals and organizations and identifying and inviting global China policymakers and experts to participate in Halifax International Security Forum and HFX’s year-round work.

Apply here

Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA

Associate Program Officer

The Associate Program Officer will provide programming support for several of Sasakawa USA’s programs, working directly with the Director of Programs.

Apply here

Tatitlek (USDOS - ECA Contractor)

Senior Program Officer

The Senior Program Officer works directly under the supervision of Office leadership to plan, implement, and oversee approximately 20 academic programs, services, and initiatives to/from the U.S., that are run through the Office of Global Educational Programs in coordination with program agencies, binational Fulbright Commissions, advising centers, and posts. The Senior Program Officer supports the Office Director and Deputy Director with a wide range of programmatic and administrative functions of the office and/or its constituent branches as assigned.

Apply here


Associate Risk Intelligence Analyst (Russian Language)

Risk Intelligence Analysts at FiveBy play an integral role in supporting trade compliance for our client through research and analytical support for due diligence and sanctions activities. This role requires a curious, resourceful self-starter who is comfortable navigating ambiguity. The successful candidate must be highly curious, detail-oriented, and able to work autonomously as well with cross-functional teams with high level of professionalism.

Apply here


Translator (active TS/SCI)

As a Technical Translator, you can expect to spend approximately 80% of your time translating targeted Mandarin-language publications and other publicly available information as requirements dictate and approximately 20% in performing research on new information sources.

Apply here



Chinese Linguist (active TS/SCI)

You will perform focused research and translation in the native language and work with a team of analysts in support of US military forces in the INDOPACOM area of responsibility. Subject matter expertise is an important analytical component of this position. Knowledge of INDOPACOM operations and the Chinese military will contribute to mission success.

Apply here 

Mission Essential Virtual Career Fair

Numerous Vacancies and Careers

"Who should attend? Anyone interested in joining Mission Essential, in particular those with active Security Clearances"

Virtual Fair: Thursday, Sept 3, from 1-4 pm

Register here

U.S. Dept of State (Unpaid) Internship Program


The U.S. Department of State Student Internship is an unpaid experience offering U.S. citizen students a chance to participate in the formulation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy. Interns are required to serve for a period of 10 consecutive weeks during Summer 2021. Interns are required to work 32-40 hours per week to successfully complete the internship.

Apply here

Integrity Risk International

Senior Research Analyst, Research Analyst, Intern Analyst

Integrity Risk International is currently recruiting for senior research analysts, research analysts and research interns to conduct investigative, due diligence and business intelligence research. They’re specifically looking for language experts with strong research and writing skills in Mandarin, Turkish, Hebrew, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic and other languages.Full job responsibilities and requirements are listed at:

Reach out to Teddy Clamp if you intend to apply: 

H4Enterprises/Dept. of State

Junior Program Officer

Performs a wide variety of duties necessary to assist in outreach and data management in support of international exchange alumni programming, and in coordination with ECA offices, regional bureaus, other bureau offices, program agencies, and posts. S/he provides data analysis, records management, and research with regard to alumni participant records and data. S/he maintains a close and highly responsive relationship with program staff and leadership in support of day-to-day activities. S/he confirms and prioritizes project plans and deliverables as agreed upon by the ECA COR and office supervisor.

Apply here.

Alethea Group


Seeking translation support for Arabic (MSA and regional dialects), Russian, and Chinese (near-native or native in speaking, reading, and writing). All opportunities are part time and project based, but can be done on a fairly flexible schedule. If interested, please send resumes to

C&O Resources Inc.

Information Analyst (remote)

Daily monitoring and managing our news dissemination in the context of issues of concern to our clients which requires frequent screening of a few key print and other media outlets, as well as tracking USG policy statements. Hours are early AM as AM news is released between 8-830AM EDT, and PM news at 5EDT.

Assistance as needed with other projects, involving US Middle East policy, and reporting on webcast events related to our work, may be requested.

The position is a 1099 consultancy with no health care benefits. It provides ten days of paid annual leave once three-month trial period is complete. We tend to follow the USG vacation schedule for office holidays.

Please send Resume and Cover Letter to 

Application Deadline: When filled


Program Participant

The hybrid semester combines faculty, Arabic instructors, expert guests, host community exchange partners, opportunities to engage in community-based learning, and staff from Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, and Jordan.

All courses are designed to foster collaboration among students onsite and in the virtual environment. Cultural exchange is embedded in each course and binds each program component together.

Apply Here

Application Deadline: July 15

McLarty Associates

Associates (Entry-Level)

McLarty Associates is seeking a motivated, resourceful, highly organized individual for a full-time, entry-level Associate position to support our China practice. We are seeking to fill this position immediately. Ideal candidates for this position possess an understanding of the economic, cultural, business, and political dynamics in China, and a familiarity with China’s diplomacy and international commerce. Applicants must have a robust background, demonstrated interest, and/or experience living or studying in China. Fluency in Mandarin Chinese (reading, writing, speaking) is required. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

Apply here

Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CCEC)

Professional Staff Member

Monitoring and researching Chinese and English language sources (media, government, NGO) for developments relating to their issue area. Very strong demonstrated ability to speak, read, write, and perform research in Chinese (Mandarin)at an advanced level is required.The successful candidate will likely have worked or studied in mainland China, Taiwan, or Hong Kong.

To apply,  please submit a brief cover letter, resume, short writing sample (5 pages or less), and the names and contact information for two references to Judy Wright, CECC Director of Administration, via e-mail at

Application Deadline: December 22, 2019

NSLI-Y Alumni Association

Alumni Representative (Volunteer)

Numerous locations in the United States.

This is a one-year term position with opportunity for a renewal.

Apply here

Application Deadline: November 26, 2019

Johns Hopkins University

Program Coordinator

Washington D.C./Nanjing, China

The job requires Chinese language abilities and is a 6-month position with potential for renewal.

Apply here

Application Deadline: Until Filled 

International Institute for Strategic Studies

Graduate Student Internship

Washington D.C.

The position requires someone able to use Chinese in a professional setting for research on the Digital Silk Road.
Apply here

Application Deadline: Sept. 30, 2019

Department of State

Unpaid Internship Program

Washington D.C.

US Citizenship required. This internship is for summer 2020.

Apply here

Application Deadline: Oct. 4, 2019

National Security Agency

Language Analyst

Fort Meade, MD

Proficiency in a critical language.

Apply here

Application Deadline: Oct. 31, 2019

American Enterprise Institute 

Numerous Positions

Washington D.C.

Must be current undergraduate student, graduate student, or recent graduate.

Apply here

Application Deadline: Rolling

Brooking Institute

Research Assistant

Washington D.C.

Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Mathematics/Statistics, Public Policy, or other Social Sciences with a minor in Economics required. 

Apply here

Application Deadline: November 15, 2019

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