Obama Foundation Internship: Have you heard about the internship program called “Obama Foundation Internship” that is aimed at bringing a diverse cohort of passionate, mission-oriented, and qualified interns to serve in their Chicago, D.C. offices?
Oh yes, the Obama Foundation internship is an open opportunity for anyone from any country or background that is currently pursuing their post-secondary pathway and is eligible to work in the United States.
So, If you have ever had any wish of working in the United States, I think this is a big-time opportunity for you to work as an administrative intern in the U.S.
Purpose of Obama Foundation Internship
The purpose of this internship is to produce qualified leaders in various capacities, and it will provide the intern’s access models of leadership and experience practical work.
Requirements for this Program
The Obama Foundation is looking for interns who have excellent time management and organizational skills, and are strong writers and researchers and eager to work in a fast-paced office environment.
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Who is Eligible for the Obama Foundation Internship
To be considered eligible for this internship, the applicant must be a current full-time or part-time graduate or undergraduate student that is licensed to work in the USA since the Foundation is focused on recruiting a diverse cohort of interns and can be pleased to be an equal opportunity company.
However, if you’re a professional candidate with a disability who needs a reasonable accommodation to perform the application form, you might contact [email protected].
However, as an applicant you;
- Must be a post-graduate student
- Have excellent time management and organizational skills
- Are strong writers and researchers
- Enthusiastic about working in a fast-paced office environment
- Must have the United States work permit
- Must be at least 18 years old at the application time
- Must be fluent in spoken and written English
Roles of the Interns at Obama Foundation
As an intern student of the Obama Foundation, your work will be centred on providing departments at the Obama Foundation with the administrative, logistical, and operational assistance needed to execute their work.
Departments at the Obama Foundation
- Office of the CEO
- Office of the Executive Director
- Public Engagement
- Real Estate
How Long Will the Internship Last?
- The Obama Foundation Internship will last for 12 weeks.
Location and Working Hours for Obama Foundation Internship
This program is going to be hosted at Chicago and Washington, D.C. and interns will be working for 40 hrs each week.
How to Apply
If you have met the requirements and still showed interest in applying for the internship, you can apply for it online.
But, you have to note that you are to answer all the questions in one session. So you cannot save your answers and apply later.
To solve this problem, we suggest you download the Application Worksheet and first draft your responses in a word document before filling out the application.
For more queries and information, please send an email to [email protected].
The application will open on August 2-3 and closes September 1-2, each year. However, the Spring Internship will begin in January and end in May.
Obama Foundation Internship FAQ
Is it necessary for me to be a US citizen to apply?
You do not need to be a US citizen to apply, but you must be legally able to work off-campus in the US. At this time, the Foundation is unable to assist in obtaining employment visas or permits.
Is English knowledge required?
Yes, all programming will be handled in English; thus, interns must be fluent in both spoken and written English.
Will the internship help me acquire a full-time position at the Foundation once I finish it?
The internship is a paid opportunity to gain professional experience and learn more about the Foundation’s mission. It is not a job interview, and while an intern may be hired, full-time employment is not guaranteed at the end of the internship.
NOTE: This is an internship (opportunity) that does come up every year.