Interning at the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes
Would you like to gain international work experience in the fields of history and education by interning at the Department of Education of the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes? We’ll work with you and your interests to build a work plan that suits everyone. In the past, our interns have helped finalize our educational materials, done research on potential historical sources, and run campaigns to inform educators all over the world about our materials. We accept interns for the spring and summer semesters. In case of interest, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feedback from previous interns
Casey, Clark University:
"Interning at the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes has been one of the most fulfilling experiences during my time in Prague. From the beginning, the intern coordinators worked with me to develop projects based on my interests and field of study. From scouring archival sources to compiling research on the effects of education, I have learned so many useful skills that will undoubtedly help in my future career search."
Hillary, Vanderbilt University:
"Being able to intern at the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes while studying in Prague has been an enriching experience. Intern duties are flexible and accommodating, so I was able to contribute the organization while developing career skills that will help me in my job search back home. The experience has also provided me with a unique point of view on how present-day Czech Republic realizes its history, something that I would have only gained in working with an organization like this one."