The NACLA summer intern will primarily conduct photo research in the NACLA archives to support a multimedia project on revolutionary history in Central America. The intern will also support NACLA staff with other editorial tasks as needed, in accordance with capacity.

This is a 5-hour/week internship opportunity ideal for undergraduate students with an interest in alternative media, archival research, and left politics and history in Latin America and the Caribbean. This is an in-person opportunity as the intern will be required to conduct archival research in person at NYU libraries. The position is unpaid. The internship will take place between June-August 2023, dates flexible and to be discussed with the selected candidate.

The ideal candidate will have strong research skills and experience with social media strategy (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram). Spanish and/or Portuguese skills considered an asset.

To apply, please email info@nacla.org with a resume and a brief summary of why you are interested in working with NACLA. Review of applications will begin May 22.

NACLA is an independent, nonprofit organization that has been a leading source of English-language research and analysis on Latin American and the Caribbean since 1967. Our mission has always been to publish historically and politically informed research and analysis on the region and its complex and changing relationships with the United States. We use our quarterly print magazine, the NACLA Report on the Americas, and our web platform nacla.org as tools for education, advocacy, dialogue, and solidarity. NACLA is housed in NYU's Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.