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Updated: Jan 6, 2014
Summer Nonproliferation Internships
Application Deadline for Summer 2014 Internships: February 28!
The Summer Undergraduate Internship in Nonproliferation Studies at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) is a paid internship. Interns will be compensated at approximately the same rate as graduate research assistants and will work with CNS staff members on substantive issues for one of the following Nonproliferation Programs:
CNS's research interests also cover Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Terrorism, regional nonproliferation issues including the Middle East and South Asia, and export controls.
Applicants for these internships should be students completing at least their sophomore year at an undergraduate institution and be eligible to work in the United States. Applicants should have a strong interest in nonproliferation issues. Knowledge of international security topics and command of a foreign language are desirable. Students majoring in the physical or biological sciences are also encouraged to apply.
In addition to assigned research work, interns may develop their own research projects under the guidance of CNS staff. As part of the training aspects of the internship program, interns attend seminars and lectures held at CNS throughout the summer. The duration of the internship should be two to four months between early June and late August.
Interns will be responsible for finding housing with assistance from the Internship Coordinator (see below).
Please upload the following documents to the:
*If you are a Davis United World College scholar, learn more about the Davis UWC fellowship in Nonproliferation Studies or contact Masako Toki. (See below)
If you have specific questions about the position, please contact Internship Coordinator Masako Toki by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 831-647-3580.
Summer Internship Coordinator Contact
Summer Interns Page
Summer Undergraduate Interns with Dr. Potter, CNS director, Dr. Tariq Rauf, visiting lecturer, and Masako Toki, CNS project manager.
View more photos and interns comments on the Summer Interns Page.
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