Spring 2020 student internship opportunities at the Thomson Reuters Foundation (London, New York, and other locations)
The Leslie Center for the Humanities is delighted to sponsor a new internship for Spring 2020 in collaboration with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, headquartered in London but with offices throughout the world. The foundation's mission is to build global awareness of the challenges facing humanity and empower others to shape free, fair, and open societies; its areas of focus are Media Freedom, Inclusive Economies, and Human Rights. The student intern will choose one team among the following to work with throughout the full-time, ten-week internship: editorial, digital, media development, inclusive economies, the TrustLaw program. Please click on the links below for details regarding the Thomson Reuters Foundation areas of focus and available internship categories.
Students who wish to apply should submit a cover letter describing their interests and qualifications, a C.V., and a Dartmouth faculty member recommendation. The cover letter should note as appropriate which category of internship would best suit the applicant. Submit the documents to The Leslie Center for the Humanities by the end of the day February 3, 2020. The selected intern will receive Leslie Center funding for travel, housing, food and daily living, as the internship itself is unpaid. Please note that the Thomson Reuters Foundation cannot sponsor visa applications for students who would work in London or elsewhere outside the U.S.
Thomson Reuters Foundation Areas of Focus
Internship Categories at Thomson Reuters Foundation