From the Editors
The Arab Studies Institute (ASI), Jadaliyya's parent organization, is now offering four new internship opportunities that involve training and production at various levels in one of ASI’s four organizations: Arab Studies Journal, Jadaliyya, Forum on Arab and Muslim Affairs, and Quilting Point. The internships offered are in the following areas:
- Research Associate
- Editors (Text and/or Video)
- Designers/Graphic Artists
- Media and Social Media Management
[Knowledge of, or proficiency in, Arabic is preferable for some positions]
ASI is looking for candidates who are self-motivated, prone to collaborative efforts, and eager to develop their skills in a variety of respects. Knowledge of, or proficiency in, Arabic is preferable for some positions. Our interns will not simply perform repetitive tasks in one redundant field. Despite specialization in particular areas, ASI interns will be trained to develop various sets of skills (including writing, type-setting, editing, networking, managing, and/or administrating).
Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and, where applicable, a writing sample or portfolio to info@ArabStudiesInstitute.org by 19 December, 2011, for our first round of selections. However, review of applications will commence immediately.
Internships involve a fifteen- to twenty-hour work-week, mostly via cyber-space. Location of applicants need not be in Washington DC in most cases.
For moe information on the Arab Studies Institute, visit www.ArabStudiesInstitute.org
All inquiries should be directed to info@ArabStudiesInstitute.org
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