The WARM Foundation is looking for three motivated and highly-skilled interns with great communication skills, ability to work independently and take initiative. Interns will work on the Foundation’s future projects.
- “9/11 20th Anniversary” Exhibition (one position)
The two-months internship will consist of assisting curator Remy Ourdan to conduct research on the post-9/11 conflicts around the world and on how these two decades changed the USA. The research will focus on gathering videos, photos, as well as history books and art works.
The position requires a fluency in written and spoken English and French.
We are looking for someone with knowledge of conflicts over the past 20 years, ideally a postdoctoral student, or a freelance journalist with experience.
Base: Paris or Geneva
- “Sarajevo-Jerusalem” Exhibition (two positions)
The three-months internship will consist of assisting curators Remy Ourdan and Damir Sagolj to conduct research on the topics from the story they worked on last year in this report (see attached doc): komsiluk/neighborhood, living together, tolerance, Righteous among the People…
The research will focus on visiting history museums and on gathering videos, photos, as well as history books and art works.
- Base: Sarajevo. The position requires a fluency in written and spoken English and Bosnian. Fluency in French would be of great additional benefit.
- Base: Jerusalem. The position requires a fluency in written and spoken English and Hebrew. Fluency in French would be of great additional benefit.
These are paid internships, and will start immediately. Applicants must be able to work from home.
If you think that you have what it takes, please send your motivation letter and a CV to [email protected]
Applications will be processed on a rolling basis; once we fill the position we will stop accepting applications.