Recent Scholarships

More Scholarships

Recent Conferences

More Conference

Recent Master Programs

More Master Programs

Recent Ph.D. Announcements

More PhD Programs


Foreign Policy Internship Brussels 2011

The German Marshall Fund in Brussels is seeking an intern to be involved in several GMF initiatives and programs related to foreign policy and transatlantic relations.

Internship description:
GMF Brussels awards a competitively paid internship to a highly motivated graduate. The primary responsibilities of the intern will be to provide administrative, event and research support on foreign policy, transatlantic affairs, and climate & energy related activities. The intern will also be asked to take part in the day-to-day running of the busy Brussels office. The intern will benefit from exposure to GMF’s network, its large high-level events and various policy actors. Interns may also attend various EU and transatlantic related events in Brussels.

Intern qualifications:
Fluency in English, additional EU languages considered an asset;
Excellent written and oral communication skills;
Strong interest in transatlantic relations with an emphasis on renewable energies;
Academic background in foreign policy and / or international relations;
Proficiency in Microsoft Office;
Flexibility to handle diverse administrative tasks;
Good research skills;
Familiarity with European institutions is essential.

How to apply: Please download and fill out this form (no longer than 1 page) and send it together with a CV, including 2 references (names and contact information only), to Please put “Foreign Policy Internship” only in the subject line. Please note that the Brussels Office can only accept interns who have a work permit for Belgium.
The period of the internship is 6 months; applicants should be available from July 4, 2011.

Deadline for applications is May 22, 2011. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted no later than
May 27. No phone inquiries please. Due to the high volume of applications, we will only contact shortlisted candidates.
GMF is an equal opportunities employer.

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a nonpartisan American public policy institution dedicated to promoting greater cooperation and understanding between the North America and Europe. Founded in 1972 through a gift from Germany as a permanent memorial to Marshall Plan assistance, GMF seeks to deepen understanding, promote collaboration, and stimulate exchanges of practical experience between Americans and Europeans. GMF does this by supporting individuals and institutions working on transatlantic issues, by convening leaders to discuss the most pressing transatlantic themes, and by examining ways in which transatlantic cooperation can address a variety of global policy challenges. GMF has six offices in Europe in addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC. The Brussels office’s mission is to help strengthen transatlantic cooperation by providing a better understanding of the implications of a more integrated Europe for the United States and the effect this has on U.S.-EU relations and NATO. More information on