Integrity Initiatives International

**NEW IN 2019**

Integrity Initiatives International (“III”) is a Boston based NGO committed to strengthening the enforcement of criminal laws against corrupt leaders by supporting national measures, such as the recently enacted legislation creating a Ukraine national special anti-corruption court; promoting understanding of the close connection between grand corruption and violations of human rights; forging a network of young people dedicated to combatting corruption in their own country and around the world; and catalyzing a campaign for the establishment of the International Anti-Corruption Court (IACC).

III is currently seeking an intern to work with the Chair of the board, United States District Judge Mark Wolf, in his chambers in Boston, and members of the III board and partners. The work will involve research for Judge Wolf in preparation for meetings, attending such meetings, and follow-up. There will also be opportunities to attend judicial proceedings. The intern would work on many major III projects, such as:

  1. Developing a coalition to launch a campaign to create an International Anti-Corruption Court, including by planning regional conferences in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe;
  2. Developing a network of young people dedicated to combating corruption in their own countries and throughout the world;
  3. Enhancing collaboration between human rights and anti-corruption organizations; and,
  4. Participating in III’s internal strategic planning and organizational development.

Ideal candidates will be currently enrolled undergraduates. Candidates must be highly motivated, well-organized and possess strong research and communication skills. A demonstrated interest in combatting corruption is desirable, but not required. Experience with social media marketing tools and website design would be valuable, but also not essential. Applicants should send a resume or CV and cover letter to Honorable_Mark_Wolf@mad.uscourts.gov and copy ashpitalnik@college.harvard.edu, bethany.adam@integrityinitiatives.org and margaret_priestley@mad.uscourts.gov.

Boston, MA / Cambridge, MA