Attention: Post-graduate students with an interest in Africa
Applications are accepted between 1 March & 15 June 2014
Consultancy Africa Intelligence (CAI), an international web-based research and consultancy firm with an exclusive focus on the African continent, is looking for aspiring researchers and analysts with an interest in Africa to join our internship programme for the second half of 2014 (1 July – 31 December 2014). Internship positions are available in all eleven of our research units:
In addition, CAI is now also offering internship opportunities with our Africa Conflict Monthly Monitor (ACMM) report. Interns with the ACMM (titled “ACMM Associates”) will work with our experienced team of analysts in the development of the dynamic new monthly report, which provides concise, insightful and up-to-date analyses of major conflict and terrorism trends in Africa. For more information about the ACMM, click here.
Who should apply?
The CAI internship programme is open to Masters and Doctoral students and graduates in applicable fields of study (Economics, International Relations, Journalism, Law, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, etc).
What does the internship involve?
Successful applicants will become involved with one of CAI’s eleven research units OR CAI’s ACMM report, depending on their interest, experience and qualifications. The details of these two areas of internship involvement are briefly detailed in the below table.
The CAI internship is un-remunerated and web-based (i.e. successful applicants are not required to relocate). Interns who perform well during their internship may be offered (a) an opportunity to join CAI as a consultant and contribute to CAI projects; (b) an opportunity to become involved as a regional analyst or columnist for the ACMM report; and/or (c) an internship extension.
What is expected from CAI interns?
How to apply?
Interested students and graduates are invited to submit an application consisting of (a) their CV, (b) a brief motivation letter, and (c) two examples of previously written work to our Internship Manager, Kyle Hiebert ( firstname.lastname@example.org) between 1 March and 15 June, 2014.
Applicants should indicate in their application e-mail which of the two internship opportunities (CAI’s research units and/or the ACMM report) they are applying for. If applying for an internship with one of CAI’s research units, applicants should specify which research unit(s) they would like to be considered for.
NOTE: Incomplete applications will not be considered.