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Global Public Partnerships Internship — Arlington, VA

Organization: Conservation International

Job Title: Global Public Partnerships Internship

Location: Arlington, VA

Hours and Compensation: not specified

Application Deadline: open until filled

Position Dates: not specified

Posted On: Oct. 15, 2012

Organization Overview

Conservation International’s (CI) Internship Sponsored By The Trott Family Foundation seeks students interested in gaining career skills in the non-profit sector.   As a leader in conservation, local capacity-building, and partnership work, Conservation International offers a unique learning platform and environment for interns to gain real-world, practical experience. We believe that developing emerging talent is an important way for CI to invest in the future and to sustain conservation goals for the benefit of humanity. Our internships are designed for committed individuals who want to serve the organization in a field and discipline needed to successfully advance our mission.   We provide opportunities for future professionals and leaders to become familiar with our mission, strategy, and values and expose students to the business and management of an NGO, field work and research, and partnerships.  For more information, please visit Conservation International at www.conservation.org

Responsibilities

  • The Global Public Partnerships intern will support the Multilateral Team in its efforts to submit the Stage II Application to become an Implementing Agency for the Global Environment Facility.
  • Specific Outputs:
    • Liaise with CI’s IT department to upload essential documents to Conservation International’s public website. Imbed hyperlinks of documents into CI’s GEF Application
    • Assist the Multilateral Team in submission of GEF Project Agency Application including, but not limited to, copy editing
    • Work across different departments within CI to coordinate supporting documents, application inputs, and other documents as needed.
    • Assist in editing CI’s Operation Manual for GEF Projects
    • Provide other support as needed to Multilateral Team

Qualifications

  • Working towards undergraduate degree in International Environmental Policy, International Development studies or related field
  • Microsoft Office
  • Superb writing skills
  • Research and analysis
  • Organizational skills
  • Experience presenting information

How to Apply

apply online - http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH08/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CONSERVATION&cws=1&rid=368

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