NTI Interns play a critical role within each of our teams working to advance our mission objectives while learning more about existential risks to humanity.
The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), a non-profit whose mission is to transform global security by driving systemic solutions to nuclear and biological threats imperiling humanity, offers paid internship positions three times per year. Approximately 6-8 positions are made available in the Spring, Summer, and Fall of each year. These positions are open to undergraduate students with at least two years of study, graduate students, and/ or those who demonstrate co-equal qualifying experience. Interns are paid the District of Columbia minimum wage rate of $16.10 per hour and offered paid sick leave hours.
Each intern class exact start dates shift slightly from year to year to accommodate the academic calendar and NTI pay cycles.
- Application opens in late September/early October
- Decisions made by end of November
- Internship runs from February through late April/early May
- Application opens in mid/late February
- Decisions made by end of April
- Internship runs from June to August
- Application opens mid-June
- Decisions made by end of July
- Internship runs from September to December
The application link remains open for two to three weeks, after which our Intern selection committee will review and respond to all applicants. You can find the link to apply on our homepage under the About/Work with Us Tab.