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North Head is a strategic communications agency, providing clients with public relations, public affairs, government relations, and issue and crisis management services. It is headquartered in Beijing with a small team in Brussels and an affiliate agency in Washington DC.

Location of internship:

Beijing, China

Time of internship:

Start and end time are not determined / flexible

Duration:

Flexible / minimum 8 weeks – maximum 3 months (internship can be extended)

Format:

Full-time internship (at least 5 full days / week)

Remuneration:

100 RMB / day

Travel fare& accommodation assistance:

Not available

Tasks / responsibilities associated with internship:

    · Research and monitoring topics / issues relevant to client needs
    · Preparing analysis / reports from gathered information
    · Help with promotional activities of North Head (newsletters and events)
    · Assist with research and preparation for new business development

Who are we looking for:

    · Internship is open for both undergraduate and graduate students
    · Good research and writing skills are a must
    · Interest in and some prior knowledge of Chinese / Asian politics,economics, trade, and business are preferred
    · Knowledge of Mandarin is not necessary, but it can be a plus Team worker

Please apply with short cover letter describing your interest in Asia / China and resume to info@northheadcomms.com at least 1 month before desired start of internship. Decision on internship will be based on documents provided, telephone / skype interview, and available places.

voice of intern
“North Head was a fantastic learning experience for me. Not only did I learn about government affairs and public relations, but I got to do it in an international setting. It wasn’t an internship getting coffee; it was one where I was expected to contribute to the work they were doing. I got to learn so much more than I would have in the classroom; I learned about what the Chinese government is actually doing, as well as current events and the implications they have for China and the rest of the world.”

—— Quinn Baron, Undergraduate at George Washington University

“The most rewarding aspect of my work at North Head was the people. I was able to work with a wonderful team and learn about the skills or perspectives that I don’t have from each member of the company. The staff and other interns inspired with their knowledge and passion and took a genuine interest in my development and summer experience.”

—— Wang Tianyi, Master’s Candidate of Asian Studies Program atEdmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University

“The summer I spent at North Head should be one of the greatest experiences I ever had. Not only did I learn about public affairs among other professional knowledge here, but I got a lot of great friends as well. There arefew agencies that enable interns to involve in their core work, but I think North Head was really generous on this, and I appreciate it very much. All in all, I really value the time we spent working and fighting together at work, and I will never forget the things I have learnt during every enjoyable lunch time. Thanks to all at North Head!!!”

—— Boyun Yang, Undergraduate at Peking University