Human Rights Watch Undergraduate Internship
Apply for the Human Rights Watch Undergraduate Internship.
December 30, 2010
The Human Rights Watch Undergraduate Internship is an opportunity to work with Human Rights Watch, an international, nonprofit that reports and raises advocacy for human rights issues around the globe.
Interested applicants for an internship position should be well-organized, self-motivated and reliable, and have computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Office, Internet applications). Interns will work in a regional or thematic program — more information on the differences can be found on their website.
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