We are currently accepting applications for Spring 2022 Interns: Apply here
ISMI interns have the opportunity to work closely with Professor Ken Stein and the ISMI staff on a wide variety of academic and scholarly projects. Special consideration is given to students with advanced computer skills, proven writing ability, and extensive research experience. Knowledge or previous academic experience regarding Israel and the Middle East is desired-- but not a pre-requisite for an internship. Students from all disciplines are considered. Non-Emory students are also encouraged to spend a minimum of seven weeks with us during Summers.
ISMI offers a limited number of internships for Emory undergraduates during the Fall and Spring academic semesters. Interns typically work between ten and twenty hours per week. There is also a limited number of Summer internships, which range from twenty to forty hours per week.
Applications must be submitted by November 15 for the upcoming Spring semester. There are a limited number of internships available.