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Internship Opportunities at the Armenian Diocese in New York

March 11, 2010

The Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) will once again be working in partnership with the AGBU Summer Intern Program to offer an eight-week internship at the Diocese during the summer of 2010 (June 13 – August 7) for young adults between the ages of 20 and 26.  According to individual career goals, interns may choose to work in areas such as accounting, development, public relations, education, music or in the Zohrab Information Center.  This is the perfect program for young adults interested in career experience and leadership development.

The Diocesan interns will be part of the AGBU Summer Intern Program, which means they will participate in the AGBU orientation program, be housed with other AGBU interns in New York University dormitories, and engage in various AGBU-sponsored educational, cultural, and social activities that highlight current and Armenian topics.  We, however, will supervise and guide their work here at the Diocese and offer other appropriate career and leadership growth opportunities.

We are seeking three interns to participate and ask that you reach out to any young adults in your community whom you feel would be interested and qualify for this unique experience.  All application and participation fees (as well as housing) will be covered by the Diocese; the application deadline is May 1, 2010.

For more information or to receive an application, please contact Nancy Basmajian at acyoa@armeniandiocese.org or at (212) 293-1248.  The interns will be chosen by committee and informed of their acceptance into the program by the end of May.

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