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Internship Opportunity at the Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs
Fall
Fulton
10/1/2012
Date inactive: 1/1/2014

The Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs has a deep appreciation for the valuable work performed by interns and volunteers. They are welcome to help for limited or extended periods of time. The work they do may involve a variety of projects related to all aspects of Council activities and administration, clerical tasks, assisting at events, or researching projects. For further information, please call 410-727-2150 or email us at bcfaprograms@verizon.net. This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it.

Among the possible roles for internships at the Council are:
- Activities
- Assistance at Distinguished Speaker Programs
- Cable television network expansion and management
- Videotape Library: dissemination enhancement
- Background Research for the Distinguished Speaker Programs
- Membership and Audience Development
- College and University liaison project
- Administration
- Secretarial Assistance- Montage Creation - The photographic history of the Council
- Office Computerization enhancements
- Data entry
- Support Activities
- Publicity
- Fund-raising and grant proposal assistance

A formal, recognized internship must last at least one hundred and twenty (120) hours. Internships for academic credit may be arranged in accordance with college rules. Internships are unpaid, but transportation expenses will be reimbursed. Flexible hours at the Council are available within normal hours: M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm

To apply for an internship, forward a short resume, a short statement of your interest in the Council and its activities to:

Frank A. Burd - President
The Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs
World Trade Center - Baltimore
401 E. Pratt Street, Suite 1611
Baltimore, MD 21202
Email: presidentbcfa@verizon.net
Fax: 410-727-2174
Phone: 410-727-2150