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Application Deadlines:

Spring Term: November 1-December 15
Summer Term: March 15-May 1
Fall Term: July 1-August 15

During application periods we will accept applications and interview on a rolling basis.
No recruiters please. No phone calls please. Only Finalists will be contacted.

Internship Opportunities

Economics Internship

About Global Financial Integrity

Global Financial Integrity (GFI) promotes national and multilateral policies, safeguards, and agreements aimed at curtailing the cross-border flow of illegal money.  In putting forward solutions, facilitating strategic partnerships, and conducting groundbreaking research, GFI is leading the way in efforts to curtail illicit financial flows and enhance global development and security.

About the Internship

Each semester – Spring, Summer, and Fall, GFI hires up to two Economics Interns. The unpaid Economics intern will work directly with the economics team here in our Washington D.C. office and assist in the research and writing of academic papers that study illicit capital flight and its effect on economic development and global financial stability.  He/she must demonstrate initiative, solid research and writing abilities, organizational skills, and most importantly have an interest in macroeconomics and development issues.

Responsibilities:

  • Research and data collection from macroeconomic online databases [IMF, World Bank, Central Banks]
  • Perform literature reviews and research in scholarly databases
  • Compilation and manipulation of spreadsheets, tables and graphs in Excel
  • Some of our econ interns have the opportunity to write and publish small pieces on applied economic issues pertaining to illicit capital flight on our blog.

Requirements: 

  • Must be a current student or recent graduate, with a major or minor in Economics. Must have coursework or commensurate experience in econometrics and international finance and/or trade.
  • Experience with database manipulation in Excel [familiarity with Visual Basic (VBA) a plus].
  • Solid writing and web-based research skills.
  • Familiarity with basic regression analysis [familiarity with EViews and/or STATA a plus].
  • Strong interest in macroeconomics, in particular capital flight and its effect on capitalism, development, and security.

Spring Term: January-May
Summer Term: May-August
Fall Term: September-December (Exact start and end dates each term are flexible)

To apply:  Please send resume and cover letter by email to internship@nullgfintegrity.org, directed to Russell Bennett.  In your cover letter, please specify dates and times of availability, where you learned about the internship, and an acknowledgement that the internship is unpaid.  Please put “GFI Econ Intern” in the subject line of your email.

Application Deadlines:

Spring Term: November 1-December 15
Summer Term: March 15-May 1
Fall Term: July 1-August 15

During application periods we will accept applications and interview on a rolling basis.
No recruiters please. No phone calls please. Only Finalists will be contacted.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Employer:   Global Financial Integrity 1100 17th St., NW ste 505 Washington, DC 20036
Recruiter:    Russell Bennett, Accountant & Office Manager
E-mail:         internship@nullgfintegrity.org
Website:       http://www.gfintegrity.org
Phone:          202.293.0740

Policy Internship

About Global Financial Integrity

Global Financial Integrity (GFI) promotes national and multilateral policies, safeguards, and agreements aimed at curtailing the cross-border flow of illegal money.  In putting forward solutions, facilitating strategic partnerships, and conducting groundbreaking research, GFI is leading the way in efforts to curtail illicit financial flows and enhance global development and security.

About the Internship

Each semester – Spring, Summer, and Fall, GFI hires up to two Policy Interns. Policy Intern at Global Financial Integrity will develop an understanding of illicit capital flight and how it deepens poverty for millions of people worldwide. He/she must demonstrate initiative, strong organizational skills, attention to detail, solid writing abilities and an interest in development issues and the challenges facing poor countries.

Responsibilities:

  • Assisting the President and Managing Director by conducting research on money laundering, tax evasion, corruption and the banking structure that supports these activities.
  • Assisting the Program Manager on work related to business development and on existing research and event projects.
  • Occasionally assisting the Office Manager with general administrative tasks.

Requirements:

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Strong writing and research skills.
  • Ability to successfully work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Interest in capital flight and its effect on capitalism, development, and security.
  • Non-English language skills are preferred, especially French and/or Spanish, but not required.

Spring Term: January-May
Summer Term: May-August
Fall Term: September-December (Exact start and end dates each term are flexible)

To apply:  Please send resume and cover letter by email to internship@nullgfintegrity.org, directed to Russell Bennett.  In your cover letter, please specify dates and times of availability, where you learned about the internship, and an acknowledgement that the internship is unpaid.  Please put “GFI Policy Intern” in the subject line of your email.

Application Deadlines:

Spring Term: November 1-December 15
Summer Term: March 15-May 1
Fall Term: July 1-August 15

During application periods we will accept applications and interview on a rolling basis.
No recruiters please. No phone calls please. Only Finalists will be contacted.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Employer:  Global Financial Integrity 1100 17th St., NW ste 505 Washington, DC 20036
Recruiter:   Russell Bennett, Accountant & Office Manager
E-mail:        internship@nullgfintegrity.org
Website:      http://www.gfintegrity.org
Phone:         202.293.0740


In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at GFI will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Global Financial Integrity (GFI) is an equal opportunity employer. It is GFI’s policy to recruit, hire, and provide opportunities for professional advancement without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, parental status, or disability.