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Innovation for Successful Societies (ISS)

Interns play a critical role in the work of the Innovations for Successful Societies (ISS) research program. Interns assist researchers in case development, and conduct background research on major themes, individuals, and organizations engaged in reforms efforts in particular countries. Interns will become better acquainted with the topics of public policy, civil service, good governance, and management reform. They will also leave with valuable research, writing, and office work experience.

Students Eligible: 
Princeton undergrads
Class Years Eligible: 
Freshmen
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
Division: 
Social Sciences
Program Type: 
Internships
Number of Weeks: 
Approximately 8 weeks.
Application Deadline: 
February - March
Research Type: 
Library/Archive
Survey
Theoretical
Support Provided: 
Paid on an hourly basis.
Type of Support: 
Paid
Number of Projects / Participants in Previous Year: 
3-4 placements in fall, spring and summer.
Additional Information: 
Full semester placements are also available during the academic year. Applications are due in September for the fall semester, December/January for the spring semester and February/March for summer appointments.

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