E-International Relations (E-IR) Internships Deadline July 16, 2024

Tired of internships that involve fetching lattes and making endless copies? Yearning for an opportunity that will actually make a difference in the world? Look no further, my fellow knowledge-hungry students!

E-International Relations (E-IR), the leading online resource for all things international politics, is seeking intrepid students to join their ranks as Editorial Assistants for a summer internship that’s anything but ordinary.

What’s the Gig?

Get ready to roll up your sleeves and dive headfirst into the world of academic outreach. Your mission: to help E-IR connect with a new generation of scholars by updating their email lists. Think of it as a digital scavenger hunt, tracking down academics around the globe and adding them to the E-IR network. But hey, this isn’t your average data entry job. You’ll be working directly with E-IR’s Editor-in-Chief, Stephen McGlinchey, gaining invaluable mentorship and insight into the world of academic publishing.

Why Should You Care?

  • Real Impact: You won’t just be pushing papers; you’ll be helping E-IR reach millions of readers and empower students like yourself with free access to top-notch resources.
  • Skill Up: Hone your research skills, learn the ins and outs of Slack and Google Workspace, and master the art of time management.
  • Networking: Build connections with scholars from around the world and potentially open doors to future opportunities in publishing, politics, or academia.
  • Flexible & Remote: Work from your dorm room, your favorite coffee shop, or even a beachside cabana (just kidding…sort of). As long as you have an internet connection and a passion for knowledge, you’re good to go!

Who Are They Looking For?

E-IR is all about diversity and inclusivity. Whether you’re an undergrad or a PhD student, a seasoned researcher or a curious newcomer, as long as you have a knack for writing and a thirst for knowledge, they want to hear from you.

Ready to Apply?

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to make a real difference in the world of international relations. Head over to the E-IR website ( to apply before July 16, 2024.

Dr. Philip Morgan

(Associate Editor) Dr. Philip Morgan is a postdoctoral fellow and lead author at He earned his Master's and Ph.D. from Stanford before pursuing research in the U.S. on a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship. Leveraging his diverse academic background, Dr. Morgan creates informative articles on scholarships, internships, and fellowships for international students. His expertise and passion empower students to achieve their academic goals through international education opportunities.

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