Global Nuclear Policy Program (GNPP) Winter/Spring 2019 Intern

Posted Jan. 4, 2019

The internship is open to undergraduate and graduate students with a preference for students with an interest in nuclear non-proliferation, arms control, international security, political science, defense policy and congressional outreach. Additional requirements and characteristics:

  • Mature and team-oriented
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Self-starter
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Knowledge of/ interest in congress is desirable

Intern responsibilities include: research support; analytic work on nuclear policy topics; help with monitoring relevant congressional activities and outreach to congress; meetings logistics support; and administrative tasks as assigned. Interns will be invited to join NTI events, conferences, and roundtables, as appropriate.

The internship will end in May 2019.

NTI works to protect our lives, environment, and quality of life now and for future generations. We work to prevent catastrophic attacks with weapons of mass destruction and disruption (WMDD) – nuclear, biological, radiological, chemical, and cyber. NTI designs and implements innovative projects with partners around the world to directly reduce threats and to build momentum and support for action on a larger scale. Founded in 2001 by former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn and philanthropist Ted Turner who continue to serve as co-chairs, NTI is guided by a prestigious, international board of directors. Ernest J. Moniz serves a chief executive officer and co-chair; Des Browne is vice chair; and Joan Rohlfing serves as president.

Interested?  Send a resume and a cover note to with the subject line: GNPP Internship. The deadline to submit your applications is 5:00pm on January 25, 2019.