Cultural Diplomacy Exchanges - Music, Dance, Film, Hip Hop, Culinary Arts, Poetry, etc.

Project Title Cultural Diplomacy Exchanges - Music, Dance, Film, Hip Hop, Culinary Arts, Poetry, etc.
Project Summary Help research and share the stories of international cultural exchanges which further American foreign policy priorities! Assist in live and virtual programming showcasing domestic and international artists and creative entrepreneurs as they share their craft with domestic and foreign audiences.
Country United States
Agency Department of State
DoS Office ECA/PE/C
Post N/A
Section N/A
Number of Interns 2
Project Description

Want to get involved in cultural diplomacy? Interns will assist staff, program partners, participants and
management in the Cultural Programs Division together with embassies worldwide to administer cultural
exchange programs in the arts, including film, food, fashion, music, writing, and other unique components of American culture.

Specific duties may include strategic engagement, event planning, monitoring and evaluation of cultural
programming, alumni outreach and social media, database management, and culture industry research and
writing.

Required Skills or Interests
Skill(s)
Analytical writing
Cultural diplomacy
Editing and proofreading
Marketing
Research
Social media management
Storytelling/blogging/vlogging
Survey / polling design
Videography
Website design
Additional Information

This year the worldwide cultural programs, diplomatic engagement environment is more reliant than ever on virtual programs and remote activities.

Check out our cultural exchange programs on our newly updated website at https://bit.ly/2S5dpHO and see more of what we do on Twitter at @CultureAtState.

Please contact John Jenks at JenksJP@state.gov with questions.

Quoting YoYo Ma, 2019 Commencement Address: "Today, everywhere I go—whenever I hear music
effortlessly crossing a border or see an example of art transcending economic and political differences or
witness scientists from dozens of countries collaborating—I am reminded how essential culture has always
been, in every era, every tradition."