The international NGO is seeking an intern to work with its Ombudsperson, Doris Campos-Infantino, in the winter of 2014 in Washington, DC. The intern will work on various projects and activities, and have the opportunity to learn about the profession and the role in the bank.
Work may involve a range of projects including supporting the development of a new database for case management, developing updated promotional and informational materials and web site.
Applicants must be a graduate student in social sciences, alternative dispute resolution, workplace conflict resolution, communications, or labor law (although advanced undergraduate students with strong background in these fields will be considered). Proficiency in English and Spanish, and computer skills are required; Experience with database system desired. Applications are due by November 2, 2013. (IADB Jobs.)
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