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IIF Internship Programs
IIF

Job Code:
B26833
Location: USA – Washington, DC

Description- Overview:

The Institute of International Finance seeks interested candidates to assist its policy and analytical work related to international finance, banking, and economic development. Tasks may include research on key emerging market countries, international regulatory and/or policy issues, international financial firms, among other things. Internships typically follow the semester schedule (Fall, Spring, and Summer), although sometimes last longer. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Qualified candidates will be able to work on projects independently. Strong computer/internet research skills necessary. Strong interest/background in international affairs/economics. Qualified undergraduate and graduate students will be considered. Internships are usually unpaid but students may receive academic credit for the internship. Email resume and cover letter with desired dates of internship in Microsoft Word format to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Due to the high volume of applicants, we are not accepting telephone inquiries regarding internships.

General Spring-Summer Internship Opportunities

The IIF seeks outstanding and highly motivated students to assist with various research and marketing activities across the organization. The unpaid internship program offers an excellent opportunity to enhance your knowledge and research skills in various topics such as international economics, regulatory affairs, technology and financial inclusion among others. Activities will include active involvement in research efforts and helping to prepare reports, presentations, charts and tables; updating spreadsheets; contacting members and targets by telephone, and providing other ad-hoc support to the assigned department.

The successful candidate should be highly motivated, have excellent research and writing skills, and be able to manage multiple projects independently. Also preferred but not required are the following qualifications: Experience with data providers such as Bloomberg or Datastream; educational background in international affairs, economics, or finance; experience working with financial institutions; and a strong international perspective. Excellent writing ability in English is required.

Qualified individuals should send cover letter and resume, both in Word format, to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Please include your dates of availability and an approximate number of hours per week you would be able to commit. The internship is unpaid but may qualify for academic credit. For more information on the IIF, please visit www.iif.com.

To apply please send cover letter and resume to
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To Apply

Apply online
here
https://www.iif.com/careers/internships
Visit us here
https://www.iif.com

Posted on 13 April 2017
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