Despite how essential water is to human existence, the law often falls short in providing the protections necessary to guarantee water security. The Center for Water Security and Cooperation works to understand, evaluate and innovate in water law and governance across the world in order to achieve water security and build pathways of cooperation. The CWSC’s work is dedicated to ensuring access to water for all.
Interns will be asked to:
-Prepare concepts notes, briefing notes, white papers, reports and Q&As on issues of water security and WASH law.
-Carry out background research to support the development of new and existing project proposals on water security and WASH law.
-Support the implementation and dissemination of materials.
-Assist in the development of water security and WASH law tools.
-Support ongoing projects.
-Support the team with other activities as requested.
-**Fluency in English is required. Fluency in Spanish or French is highly desired.
-**Law students, Masters students and undergraduates are welcome to apply.
-Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively. Listens carefully to others. Asks questions to clarify and engages respectfully in conversation.
-Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals. Solitics input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise and demonstrates a keen willingness to learn from others.
-Organization: Keeps directors informed of progress and setbacks in projects. Works diligently to meet timelines.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, transcript and writing sample.
This is a 10-12 week remote, unpaid internship
. Any questions and all application materials should be directed to Deputy Director Luke Wilson at [email protected]