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 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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