The Hungarian American Coalition's John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (LTP) is now actively searching for qualified applicants for two internship positions in the Fall of 2019.
The LTP has the goal of bringing English-speaking Hungarians to gain first-hand work and life experience at Washington, DC-based institutions.
Program participants learn about the workings of both the U.S. government and the non-profit world through assignments to think tanks and non-governmental organizations. In addition, participants complete a Coalition research project to become familiar with the vibrant Hungarian-American community. Their experiences are customized to their areas of interest and help them establish contacts in the U.S. in their chosen field, and motivate them to enter public service in their country of origin.
Host institutions in the past have included: Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS); International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES); Heritage Foundation; William Penn Association and the Hungarian Human Rights Foundation; German Marshall Fund of the United Sates; Global Entrepreneurship Network; Meridian House International; Design Museum Boston; The European Institute; International Market Analysis; Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development; Pinnacle Care Health Advisory; Center for Open Data Enterprise; Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA); Experience Corps; International Cybersecurity Dialogue; Blue Medium, Inc.; Marymount University; Center for Energy, Natural Resources and Geopolitics (CENRG); International Tax and Investment Center’s (ITIC) Energy Growth and Security (EGS) Program etc.
For application details, visit the Hungarian American Coalition's website.
Application deadline is May 31.