The World Affairs Council has several members in Texas: Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso and Corpus Christi
An internship with the World Affairs Council of San Antonio offers a career development opportunity with a unique perspective on current geopolitical events, how they impact San Antonio and the United States, as well as valuable insight and exposure to the workings within our international community. While working closely with the Council’s leadership on major projects, interns will build skills in event & program planning, marketing & communication, and organization management.
For more information, visit https://wacofsa.org/internship-opportunities/
WAC Austin exists to serve Central Texas residents of all ages and backgrounds who are interested in the world at large. WAC Austin seeks to provide those individuals with top-quality programming and events, and create conduits for interaction with international experts and decision-makers. The World Affairs Council of Austin focuses on three areas of programming: Culture, Education, and Global Trade.
For more information, visit https://wacaustin.org/
The Council in Houston has provided programs since 1969 and is currently one of the largest public forums in the region. Now, more than ever, it is important that we equip residents of our Global City with the tools to succeed in an interconnected global world, where the actions of one citizen, one community, one nation, can impact us all.
For more information, visit https://wachouston.org/about-us/the-people/internships/
The Council has been educating North Texans (Dallas/Fort Worth) on global affairs since 1951. Today, it serves as a gateway to the world for the region, offering an impressive range of programs and events for the public and its 4,000 members. The Council presents around 90+ programs annually, primarily focusing on the international aspects of business, politics, culture and foreign policy. Through the Global Young Leaders education program, the Council takes international education directly into North Texas schools. Additionally, it coordinates visits to North Texas of delegations and leaders from around the world through the International Visitor Program and the City of Dallas Office of Protocol.
For more information, visit https://www.dfwworld.org/who-we-are/global-young-leaders/internships