Applications are invited for the World Food Prize Foundation’s George Washington Carver Internship 2019. The World Food Prize Foundation’s George Washington Carver Internship in United States is an unparalleled professional opportunity for students interested in global issues of hunger, poverty, and development in Des Moines, Iowa.
George Washington Carver (GWC) Interns learn first-hand both the public and private side of operating an international non-profit organization and increase their understanding of the international fight against hunger, malnutrition, and poverty.
Working one-on-one with a staff mentor, GWC Interns become an integral part of this internationally renowned organization and interact with World Food Prize Laureates, government officials, international experts in science and agriculture, leaders in industry and business, and members of local and national media. GWC Interns come from a variety of academic disciplines and internship roles will be specialized according to an individual’s background, skills, and area of interest.
Successful candidates have a strong academic background, a solid work ethic, a capacity for analytical thinking, impeccable attention to detail and excellent oral and written communication skills. They are enthusiastic and flexible learners, capable of both taking direction and working independently. All selected interns share a commitment to fulfilling The World Food Prize Foundation’s purpose of inspiring and recognizing contributions to human development through increasing the quality, quantity, and availability of food in the world.
- United States of America
- The World Food Prize Foundation
- Des Moines
- While a minimum commitment of 12 hours per week in the hours between 9-5pm Monday through Friday is required, the program provides flexibility for each intern’s schedule, and some interns choose to work full time. While start and end dates are also flexible, a minimum commitment of three months is required.
Also Apply, for Turkish Internship Fully Funded Program 2019
Each academic semester and summer, a select group of highly qualified undergraduate and graduate students is chosen for this unique program, which provides interns with the opportunity to take significant responsibility and initiative in planning and carrying out a wide range of the Foundation’s projects in the following areas:
- Awards & Lectures Management
- Communications & Public Relations
- Community Relations & Grassroot Efforts
- Event Planning (Fall Semester)
- Graphic Design
- Symposium Planning & Logistic
- Youth Programming & Education
HOW TO APPLY?
Please use the online application for the George Washington Carver Internship. Your application materials should include your:
- Student Information Form
- Cover letter: The cover letter should include the following:
- An explanation as to why you would like to participate in the George Washington Carver Internship Program
- To which semester you are applying
- A sample of Work (if applicable).
- SPRING SEMESTER – October 25
- SUMMER SEMESTER – March 3
- FALL SEMESTER – Rolling