CGHR offers semester long and summer internships for highly motivated and independent undergraduate and graduate students. These internships may encompass a range of activities, ranging from working on one of our research initiatives, such as the Cambodia Genocide Memory Project, to assisting in the writing of proposals and reports.

Currently, we are particularly interested in finding interns to assist with Bearing Witness: The Genocide and Human Rights Literacy Initiative (GHRLI). The internship is an opportunity to learn about the issues, debates, and discourse of human rights and genocide education, and to work on a project in an emerging field with real world consequences. Interns can be expected to help research and edit materials related to the project, develop database contact and archival information, and perform administrative duties. The internship requires demonstrated initiative, excellent written and oral communication skills, and the ability to effectively organize information.