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Internship Opportunities

The Embassy of Jordan welcomes interns on an unpaid basis for a minimum of 20 hours per week for Full Time and a minimum of 10 hours per week for Part Time positions.

Positions are open to current undergraduates as well as recent graduates holding a B.A. in the following fields of study:

  • Political Science/International Relations
  • Business Studies
  • Middle East Studies
  • History
  • Religion
  • Communications/Media Studies/Journalism

Interns provide administrative and research support for the Embassy. Applicants are required to send a cover letter addressed to Jordan Information Bureau and a resume.

Kindly send all requests and internship related inquiries to


“Words cannot describe how grateful I am for the opportunity to have interned at the Embassy of Jordan in DC! Working in the Jordan Information Bureau, I have been able to assist with a number of assignments, which have exposed me to a variety of media outlets and better acquainted me with social media sites like Twitter. I have become a stronger writer and a better analyst through my assignments, and I have found that I enjoy media-related work that focuses on current events. I traveled to Jordan for 8 days in November with my classmates through American University's Washington Semester Program. This internship experience has allowed me to really develop a deep appreciation for Jordan, and I am thankful for the knowledge I have gained this semester.”

-Emily J., International Studies & Political Science student from Heidelberg University, Winter 2012

“The Embassy is a great place to intern as a college student. At most internships, you will staple papers and run coffee errands; I never did that once here. I learned so much about Jordan, the Middle East and the Peace Process and made great professional connections as well. I met and spoke with important diplomats and security personnel on several occasions. I even had the opportunity to meet King Abdullah II and greet him in Arabic!”

-Garrett S., International Studies student from American University, Spring 2013