Heinrich Boll Foundation Internship in Washington, DC (Visa and Stipend Paid) 2024

Deadline: January 10, 2024 | Heinrich Boll Foundation Internship in Washington, DC (Visa and Stipend Paid) 2024

2024 Heinrich Boll Foundation Internship in Washington, DC (Visa and Stipend Paid). Applications for the 2024 Heinrich Boll Foundation Washington, DC, internship are now being accepted. In its Washington, D.C. office, Heinrich Boll is seeking interns for a three-month paid internship program. This is a paid internship in the United States, with a stipend of $700 per month. The Foundation will sponsor a J-1 US visa and pay the visa fees for interns who are not US citizens.

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Students participating in bachelor’s programs, master’s programs, or recent graduates of bachelor’s programs are eligible to apply for internships with the Heinrich Boll Foundation in the United States. Pupils enrolling in PhD programs or those who have previously earned a master’s degree are ineligible. It is likely that interns will start in the spring of 2024. Below is more information on the 2024 Heinrich Boll Foundation Washington, DC Internship.

About the Washington, DC, internship with the Heinrich Boll Foundation

Department of Internships: Foreign Policy and Democracy
Students with an interest in international relations, public policy, history, or German and European politics would be the most qualified for this internship.

Department of Internship: Digital Policy and Development
Students or recent graduates with an interest in digital policy and global development who have experience in public policy, international relations, law, economics, development studies, or a similar discipline would be well-suited for this internship.


  • a $700 monthly stipend for full-time jobs and a smaller amount for part-time jobs
  • Five days of paid vacation are granted to full-time interns every three months.
  • The Foundation will pay for the cost of the visa.

Requirements for an internship

  • at least a little knowledge of one of our curriculum topics.
  • Proficiency in English a 40-hour work week commitment for three to six months (part-time only on an as-needed basis)
  • should have at least two years of college experience
  • either recent (less than a year) recipients of a bachelor’s degree OR currently enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s degree program.

Responsibilities for interns

  • Accountabilities and Administration:
  • Assist with the logistics of planning and executing guest programs and events.
  • Oversee front desk tasks, such as taking phone calls and answering information requests.
  • Maintain databases for contacts and programs.


  • Create communications plans and content for social media.
  • refresh the material on our blogs and website.
  • Perform background research on current affairs and relevant topics.
  • gather information for forthcoming tours, speaker series, and events.
  • Capstone project: finish your capstone project on a chosen topic. Possible formats include a blog series, policy paper, expert interview, or scripted explanation video.

The deadline for submitting an internship application is January 10, 2024. The internship will begin no earlier than February 2024.



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