JKSIS BA Internship Program

  • International Studies Careers

    • International Studies Career Information

      With a strong background in international politics and economics, culture, and global issues ranging from the environment to health to security, graduates of the International Studies program are well-equipped to work in a variety of fields.

      Valuable skills include: - Interest/Tolerance of Difference - Cultural Sensitivity - Appreciation of Diverse Views - Ability to Work with Groups of People - Foreign Language Knowledge - Problem-solving Skills - Analytical Skills - Awareness of World Events - Research Skills - Understanding of Political Influences

      Sample Careers: - Congressional Aide - Cross-Cultural Trainer - Economist - Diplomat -  Foreign Affairs Analyst - Foreign Service Officer - Historian - Humanitarian Relief Worker - Human Rights Advocate-  Immigration Specialist - Intellligence Analyst - Intelligence Researcher - International Banker - International Business -  International Relations Specialist -  International Education - International Law - International Marketing - International Trade - Interpreting/Translating - Journalism - Labor Relations Specialist - Law Enforcement - Lawyer- Legal Assistant - Legislative Aide - Lobbyist - Market Research Analyst - Management Consultant - Non-Profit Management - Peace Corps/VISTA Worker - Photographer - Political Officer - Political Scientist - Press Officer - Public Affairs Coordinator - Public Relations Specialist - Researcher - Sales Representative - Security Broker - Shipping Broker - Special Agent -  Study Abroad Counselor - Think Tank Strategist - Travel Agent - Tutor/Teacher - University Administrator - Writer/Author

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This portfolio last updated: 03-Jan-2018 11:47 AM