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Is anyone out there interested in writing posts for Passport this summer, along with being involved in the production of FP‘s award-winning magazine and Web site? If so, you have until this Friday, Feb. 20, to apply to be an FP editorial researcher for the summer (May/June to August/September). As a researcher, your primary tasks will ...

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Is anyone out there interested in writing posts for Passport this summer, along with being involved in the production of FP's award-winning magazine and Web site?

If so, you have until this Friday, Feb. 20, to apply to be an FP editorial researcher for the summer (May/June to August/September). As a researcher, your primary tasks will be:

Writing for ForeignPolicy.com -- for example, creating our weekly Lists.
Facting-checking articles for the Web site and our print magazine
Blogging regularly for Passport, winner of a "Best of the Web" award last year 

Is anyone out there interested in writing posts for Passport this summer, along with being involved in the production of FP‘s award-winning magazine and Web site?

If so, you have until this Friday, Feb. 20, to apply to be an FP editorial researcher for the summer (May/June to August/September). As a researcher, your primary tasks will be:

We’re looking for enthusiastic people who have course work or job experience in international relations, comparative politics, journalism, history, or economics. Outstanding research and writing skills are a must. You must be willing to work at least 35 hours per week, unpaid, in our office in Washington.

Please read complete details about the position here.

Please submit a cover letter, a résumé, writing samples, and a letter of recommendation* by Friday to me at Researcher [at] ForeignPolicy [dot] com. You can also use the fax number and postal address listed at the link above.

The FP editors look forward to hearing from you! 

(*Yes, the letter can be submitted separately by your recommender. Yes, it’s OK if it arrives a few days later than the rest of your application. If you can’t get a letter on short notice, please instead provide the contact information for a reference.)

Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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