The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation is a Washington, D.C.-based 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to reduce nuclear weapons arsenals, halt the spread of nuclear weapons, and minimize the risk of war by providing policy research, education and analysis to the public and policymakers. The Council for a Livable World (CLW) is a non-partisan 501(c)4 non-profit organization that promotes policies to reduce and eventually eliminate nuclear weapons. CLW advocates for a more principled approach to U.S. national security and foreign policy and seeks to increase peace and security and to reduce the threat of war and nuclear weapons by representing our members in Washington D.C. and endorsing congressional candidates who support our goals. CLW’s work is complemented by its “sister” organization, the CACNP.
There are no available positions at this time.
The Council’s “sister” research, policy analysis and education organization, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, offers paid internship opportunities for students and recent graduates interested in policies to reduce the threat of nuclear weapons and increase peace and security.
Located near Capitol Hill in the heart of Washington, D.C., the Center is a respected non-profit organization that educates Congress and the public on national security issues through policy, advocacy, and education.
The Center is now accepting applications for its Spring 2023 internship. The expected duration is 12-16 weeks, depending on availability, for 30 hours per week, at a rate of $16.10 per hour. Note: The position will be largely virtual, with some in-person presence in Washington D.C. Preference will be given to candidates located in the Washington D.C., Virginia, and Maryland area, who can access the office when required.
Applications for Spring 2023 internships are due FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9 by 5 p.m. ET. APPLY HERE
The Center is willing to work with a student seeking academic credit for the internship through their university/college. We are unfortunately unable to sponsor visas.
In addition to its internship program, the Council’s sister organization, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation also participates in the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship. The Scoville Fellowship pays a stipend for recent college graduates to work with NGOs in Washington, DC on peace and security issues for six to nine months. For further information, please visit the Scoville Fellowship’s website.