Each term, GFI hires up to two policy interns. Policy interns at Global Financial Integrity will develop an understanding of illicit financial flows and the systems that are used and abused to facilitate these flows. He/she must demonstrate initiative, strong organizational skills, attention to detail, solid writing abilities and an interest in illicit financial flows, trade, transparency, anti-corruption and/or development issues.
- Assisting the Transnational Crime Director and Policy Director on work related to current research and advocacy projects, coalition engagement, and organizational development.
- Assisting the President by conducting research on money laundering, trade misinvoicing, tax evasion, corruption and the banking structures that support these activities.
- Occasionally assisting the Office Manager with general administrative tasks.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
- Strong writing and research skills.
- Ability to successfully work independently with minimal supervision.
- Interest in illicit financial flows and their effect on capitalism, development, and security.
- Non-English language skills are preferred, especially French and/or Spanish, but not required.
To be considered for this internship, you must submit the following:
- Cover letter, in which you (1) specify your availability, including start/end dates as well as your likely weekly schedule (days/hours each week); (2) note where you learned about the internship; (3) explain why you are interested in an internship with GFI, and; (4) acknowledge that the internship is unpaid.
Please check the “Internship” tab of our Careers page for the most up-to-date information regarding whether internships will be held in-office or remotely.