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Internships and Fellowships

The Streit Council seeks talented and enthusiastic students and graduates to fill its Analysis Internship positions. Analysis Interns work remotely and have the opportunity to focus on research, analysis and writing in their area of specialization.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.


  • Produce written analyses on transatlantic relations, European affairs or international order

  • Edit research papers and journal article submissions

  • Attend events, and compose reviews and responses (optional, but encouraged)


  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in International Relations, History, Political Science, Public Policy or related fields. Current students are also encouraged to apply.

  • Demonstrated interest in U.S. foreign policy, the European Union or world organization

  • Strong analytic, research, writing and editing skills


To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter and a short (no more than five-page) writing sample to

Research Fellowship

Streit Council seeks candidates for the Research Fellow position. Candidates need to demonstrate interest and background in Atlantic-Pacific cooperation structures, European affairs, international organization and order, international organization reform, or future studies.


  • Research in areas pertaining international organization and democracy, with special consideration given to the analysis of federalist frameworks

  • Supervise interns' activities in research and outreach 

  • Edit newsletters and other documents 

  • Maintain and update website's content and social media accounts



  • A graduate student currently enrolled or enrolling in a master’s or Ph.D. degree in History, International Relations, Political Science, or a related field with a strong background in Atlantic-Pacific inter-democracies relations, European affairs, international organization, analysis of international order, and/or intellectual and U.S. foreign policy history, with demonstrated research skills in these areas. 

  • Good academic standing (at least a 3.3 GPA on a 4.0 scale)

  • Supervisory/management work experience

  • Demonstrated editing, writing, and analysis skills

  • Ability to work independently and lead in a group setting

  • Experience in professional use of social media

When meeting the above qualifications, the following criteria will apply in the selection of candidates: 


  • Sincere interest in freedom, democracy, and solidarity

  • Ability to include federalist analysis in their current academic research and scholarship.

  • Dedication to reforms in international order and organization to advance democracy, peace, individual and societal emancipation, and address global and existential risks.

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, two contacts for references, academic transcripts,  and a short (no more than five-page) writing sample to

The fellowship is a renewable award for research and educational outreach in the areas listed above.

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