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Internships: Operations

  • Interns in operational areas within The Carter Center collaborate with the Heath and Peace Programs to ensure that the mission and the message of the Center is implemented effectively.

Operations internship positions are available in the following departments:

Art/Volunteer Services

Art Collection/Volunteer Services is responsible for the professional care of The Carter Center's growing art collection, functioning similar to a museum registrar's office while also providing docent training. Learn more.


The Office of Communications directs and implements all facets of institutional communications for The Carter Center. The office handles all publications, media relations, publicity efforts, website production, social media, photo and video archives, and more. Learn more.

Conference and Events Services

The Conference and Events Services Office supports Carter Center programs and departments by planning and executing conferences, media events, and social events to meet Center objectives. The Events Office works with every program and department at The Carter Center, in addition to working with outside clients to execute high-level, high-profile events. Learn more.

Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (DM&E)

The Carter Center embraces an organization-wide focus on design, monitoring, and evaluation. DM&E researches, tests, and integrates good practices that align with the approach and culture of The Carter Center. Disseminating resources, designing and delivering training, maximizing technology, and coaching are key approaches to supporting DM&E across the Center. Learn more.


The Office of Institutional Development/Fundraising supports Carter Center Peace and Health programs by generating project-specific financial and in-kind resources from foreign governments, U.S. government agencies, foundations, corporations, and individuals. Staff researches potential funding prospects and initiates relationships through letters, proposals, phone calls, and meetings. Learn more.

Educational Programs

The primary focus of Educational Programs is the Internship Program. A two-person program staff, along with the help of an intern, ensure that The Carter Center's internship program upholds its integrity throughout the selection process, supports incoming interns during orientation, and fosters professional development through a variety of learning opportunities. Learn more.

IT Data and Mapping Internship

The Carter Center Information Technology (IT) department is responsible for supporting organizational missions by providing secure and effective technology platforms. Strategic use of data and visualization of data thru maps is a key initiative. The IT data and mapping intern will be responsible for working with the programs to gather, clean, organize, and prepare data for analysis. Learn more.

Office of International Support

The Center's international health programs work to alleviate human suffering by providing technical assistance to national programs to build strong systems for the prevention and treatment of diseases. The Office of International Support at The Carter Center manages operations and logistics for all the health programs. Interns in this office assist with all aspects of planning for program reviews and work with vendors and field staff on procurement of materials and supplies. Learn more.


The Research Department supports President Carter and The Carter Center on delving into such broad subjects as the environment, religion, government, politics, and history for upcoming projects or publications. The Research intern will work directly with the Research Director on a wide range of topics, with projects varying considerably depending on what President Carter and The Carter Center are pursuing at the time of internship. Learn more.

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FALL (late August – early December)
Deadline: June 15

SPRING (mid-January – early May)
Deadline: Oct. 15

SUMMER (mid-May – mid-August) 
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