French-English Speaking Student for Short Term Projec

APSIA received a call today from the International Affairs Bar (IAB) / Negotiant, a Brussels-based NGO which is setting up operations in North America. They are a professional association for Consuls, Envoys, Attach├ęs, Diplomats, and others who work on unilateral, bilateral and multilateral diplomatic agreements.

They seek a grad student who speaks English and French to help with writing projects (wordsmithing). Their new office is being established in Vancouver, but they are open to a student any where in the world.

They do plan to compensate the student, based on a negotiation of hours and rates (as negotiated by the student and IAB).

Interested students should email their resume and a bilingual writing sample to yy.powers@pssllp.com. They must reference APSIA in the application.

IAB seeks to find someone as soon as possible.

Ms. Carmen Iezzi MEZZERA
Executive Director
Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs
1615 L Street, NW, 8th Floor
Washington DC 20036 USA

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