The programme of work for communications interns and design interns at CCG is designed to build their competence around working in academic and policy research, to design visual content, make reports and presentations more accessible, and work with our communications and social media team to engage with our wider circle of stakeholders. The interns should have an interest in digital rights and issues in the information law and policy domain and be committed to translating CCG’s research into accessible visuals, content and material for public dissemination.
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We want our interns to be active participants in building a collaborative, merit-led institution and a lasting community of highly motivated people. All selected applicants will be expected to take substantial initiative, maintain the highest ethical standards in their work, and contribute to the institution’s growth and development. The selected applicants will work alongside our team and be exposed to law and policy-making in the technology domain. Through this internship we hope to be able to include a wider spectrum of people into the policy and research domain, while also helping interns learn our methods and processes along the way.
The Centre welcomes applications from all Masters, 2nd and 3rd year students currently pursuing a degree in a related field such as design, media & communication, journalism, English and social sciences, etc. Applicants having an undergraduate or masters degree with an interest in exploring this space are also encouraged to apply. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through the year. We will start evaluating the applications from February 15, 2022. Applicants are required to fill in the form attached here.
Please note that the form will require the following materials
1. Curriculum Vitae (no more than 2 pages)
2. Expression of interest (300 words): Why are you interested in interning with CCG as a design or communications intern? What experiences and skills do you have that would enable you to contribute to CCG? What are you hoping to learn?
3. Portfolio or a sample of similar work.
The application requires the CV, Expression of Interest and Portfolio/Sample of Work to be merged into one pdf file, of not more than 10 MB in size labelled 'Your name- CCG' and uploaded on the form.
Qualifications and Application Procedure