Employment

The following positions are currently available at the Academy:

  • 2023 Summer Internship: more information to come 
AAD staff and 2022 Fall intern, Megan Kibogo, at the Army and Navy Club.

My time at the Academy allowed me to learn more about the issues and different career paths I’m interested in from people who have dedicated their lives to the Foreign Service.

Megan Kibogo, Fall 2022 Intern

 

AAD staff and 2022 Summer interns, Caitlin Mittrick and Anna Weber, at the Army and Navy Club.

If you are thinking about the Foreign Service as a career path, or are interested in nonprofits and diplomacy in general, the amount of knowledge and expertise you have access to as an intern is unparalleled.

Anna Weber, Summer 2022 Intern

 

AAD staff and 2022 Spring interns, Donovan Satchell and Maria Benincasa, at the Army and Navy Club.

Exploring my passion for service while remaining at my university gave me the flexibility to still contribute to the Academy while staying in Texas. Outreach programs, such as the Academy internship program, allow students like me to experience diplomacy-oriented careers without being in the nation’s capital.

Donovan Satchell, Spring 2022 Intern

All of the team members were determined to make my experience a positive one, and valued and respected my work. An internship with the Academy is perfect for ambitious and enthusiastic individuals looking to understand American diplomacy, nonprofit work, or a career in the Foreign Service.

Maria Benincasa, Spring 2022 Intern


AAD staff and 2019 Fall interns, Eliora Goodman and Skyler Nunn, at the Army and Navy Club.

 

Ambassador Neumann stands with the Spring 2019 interns, Fatu Dukuly (left) and Sarah Moon (right).

 

AAD staff stand with the Spring 2018 interns: Ingrid Radulescu and  Keian Razipour.