The NZUS Council relaunches its Internship Programme after a 3-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The programme was devised in 2011 by then New Zealand Ambassador to the United Sates, Right Honourable Mike Moore.
Conducted in partnership with the University of Canterbury, Victoria University of Wellington, the University of Auckland, and Air New Zealand, exemplary students are selected to participate in a rare chance to experience the inner workings of the Congress, working directly alongside members of congress and their staff.
Collaborating with the New Zealand Embassy in Washington D.C., the programme is designed to strengthen relationships between Aotearoa New Zealand and the United States, encouraging the next generation of leaders to build a deeper understanding of the USA and our bilateral relations.
NZUS COUNCIL MEDIA FELLOWSHIP
The NZUS Council has established a media fellowship programme to encourage high-quality reporting that supports informed discussion about the New Zealand/United States relationship.
The fellowship provides an opportunity for a highly motivated New Zealand-based journalist with an interest in international affairs to travel to the United States in 2024 to undertake reporting for 10-14 days.