The following staff and internship positions are available at Americas Society/Council of the Americas.
Americas Quarterly is looking for a highly organized and versatile editor and production manager to work from our office in New York. This is a true “all-rounder” position on our small team, with a mix of editorial and administrative responsibilities.
We seek a professional to work closely with our President’s Office at our headquarters in New York City. The individual will manage all aspects of individual membership of the organization, including members of the Presidents Circle, Cultural Circle, Arts of the Americas Circle, and Young Professionals of the Americas.
AS/COA seeks an associate to edit and produce multimedia content, as well as to work as part of the organizations’ digital team assisting with website updates, producing editorial content, and supporting social media strategy. The person must be detail-oriented and able to manage competing demands and deadlines across departments, as well as have knowledge of current events taking place in Latin America.
Our Miami office seeks a student intern to focus on research for membership and programs. Our interns have unique exposure to the policy dialogue in Miami among business, community, and government leaders and are able to contribute to this dialogue by helping to organize and execute the meetings and forums led by the AS/COA Miami team.
AS/COA Miami seeks a student intern to focus on the organization’s BRAVO Leadership Forums. The internship provides an opportunity for highly motivated college students seeking experience in international business and/or international relations. This internship is an excellent opportunity for students pursuing public relations, international relations, business, communications/marketing or journalism degrees.
Americas Society/Council of the Americas (AS/COA) seeks a student intern for the President’s office to support its Young Professionals of the Americas (YPA) initiative, whose mission is to build a network that engages, connects, and inspires future leaders passionate about Latin America through professional development and social events.
Our Washington, D.C. office seeks a student intern to focus on policy research for internal and external projects and programs support. Our interns have unique exposure to the policy dialogue in Washington, D.C. among business, community, and government leaders and are able to contribute to this dialogue by helping to organize and execute the meetings and forums led by the AS/COA Washington, D.C. team.