Citizen Diplomacy Intern Application
Citizen Diplomacy Intern aids International House under the auspices of the U.S. State Department, this program facilitates the exchange of foreign leaders into the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area to experience local business and community resources first hand. Foreign professionals are selected by the U.S. Embassy locations abroad to come to the United States on a 3-week visit to meet with their professional counterparts, to exchange ideas and to learn more about U.S. business and culture. When visitors are assigned to visit Charlotte, International House's Citizen Department prepares their professional and cultural program by identifying professionals and volunteers in the community who would be appropriate matches for the visiting internationals. 

Interns will engage in an experiential learning experience through which they learn what is involved in the daily operations of the International House’s Citizen Diplomacy Program. Interns will work under ongoing supervision of the Program Director and Program Associate and receive an on-going training in area of citizen diplomacy, cross-cultural competency, international relations, and community outreach and partnership building. Individuals interested working in the field of international affairs and diplomacy, public policies, human rights, grassroots advocacy, nonprofit and government sector will additionally benefit from this experience. Interns will develop skills in program planning, proposal development, project management, marketing, public relations, social media, and information management experience.

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