Armenia Internship Application
HOW TO APPLY
Step 1: Complete the application below, which includes:
Emergency contact information
Commitment to Excellence
Step 2: Attach and send the following materials:
Cover Letter (required)
Transcript (can be mailed or uploaded below)
One sealed Letter of Recommendation (please mail or have sent via direct email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Image or scan of your Passport (if available)
Step 3: Hit Submit
Additional documents can be mailed to:
Armenian Assembly of America
Attn: Internship Program Director
1032 15th St NW, Suite 416
Washington, DC 20005
You are encouraged to contact the Internship Program Director at the Armenian Assembly office if you have any questions or to discuss special requirements and deadlines at email@example.com.
PREPARING YOUR MATERIALS
A cover letter is a one-page document that is sent with your resume when applying for an internship or job. It is meant to introduce yourself to the hiring manager. Argue why you would be a good fit for the position. Fill in places your resume cannot describe. Be sure that your cover letter is tailored to appeal to your desired internship, not to specifically to the Assembly.
Emphasize those elements which might especially qualify you for the type of internship you seek. Avoid lengthy descriptions of your activities. Use clear and concise language. It is particularly important that your resume be free of any errors. This is the most important part of your application. Therefore, we highly recommend that you consult a resume help book or your college’s Career Office.
Visit your Registrar’s office online or in person and request a copy of your transcript. Note: There is often a backlog of requests, so expect a slight delay.
LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION:
Obtain one letter of recommendation from professors, advisors or employers who can comment on your academic achievements, written and verbal communication skills, or employment performance. Avoid asking individuals such as friends and relatives, who might be perceived as being biased. Your professors/employers can send them on their own to the Selection Committee or you can collect them in sealed envelopes and mail them to us.