The Nuclear Proliferation International History Project is seeking internship applicants. The individual hired will be engaged in the full range of NPIHP activities, but will focus in particular on digitizing and cataloging archival documents related to nuclear history.
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of or interest in nuclear history and/or contemporary nuclear issues, coursework in history, political science, library science, or a related field. Reading proficiency in French, Hebrew, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, or Korean is also helpful. Applicants should be able to demonstrate strong writing and research skills. Applicants must be enrolled in a degree program, have graduated within the past year, or have been accepted to enter an advanced degree program within the next year. The project is looking for individuals who can work between 14 and 35 hours/week.
The Wilson Center is an equal opportunity employer and follows equal opportunity employment guidelines in the selection of its interns. Internships are open to all U.S. citizens and permanent residents and qualified international students with F-1 or J-1 visas.
To apply for an NPIHP internship, email a resume and cover letter in a single PDF file to email@example.com by November 15 for Spring; March 31 for Summer, and July 15 for Fall.
The Nuclear Proliferation International History Project is a global network of individuals and institutions engaged in the study of international nuclear history through archival documents, oral history interviews and other empirical sources. Recognizing that today’s toughest nuclear challenges have deep roots in the past, NPIHP seeks to transcend the East vs. West paradigm to work towards an integrated international history of nuclear weapon proliferation.
One of NPIHP's primary activities is a massive translation and digitization project aimed at making documentary evidence on international nuclear history broadly accessible online.