Join CAM’S Growing Team as International Affairs Research & Engagement Fellow (Internship)

The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) is seeking an International Affairs Research & Engagement Fellow for a long-term internship opportunity.

About CAM:

The Combat Antisemitism Movement is a global coalition engaging more than 360,000 people and 440 organizations from a diverse array of religious, political, and cultural backgrounds in the common mission of fighting the world’s oldest hatred. We act collaboratively to build a better future, free of bigotry, for Jews and all humanity.

Position: International Affairs Research & Engagement Fellow (Intern)

CAM is seeking an inspired individual to join our growing team as an intern. As a young movement, we operate like a start-up and are seeking a research and engagement fellow to help us achieve our next level of growth in the struggle against resurgent contemporary antisemitism. We work collaboratively across our team and are on a mission to end the world’s oldest hatred.

Key Functions:

  • Work with the team to conduct outreach to potential new diplomatic partners, local, regional, federal, and international officials to grow CAM’s network of advocacy.
  • Assist the team with researching antisemitism trends and monitoring antisemitic incidents worldwide.
  • Help aggregate and analyze data and trends for the CAM Information Hub.
  • Help devise and execute creative ideas and campaigns to fight antisemitism and turn CAM into a viral online platform for audiences around the world.
  • Collaborate with the team to prepare CAM’s weekly global antisemitism newsletter, monthly reports, and other materials, which are read by thousands of grassroots supports, influencers, diplomats, and decision-makers.
  • Assist the team with the production of international events and forums.
  • Monitor events and discussions of issues pertaining to antisemitism and the Jewish world.
  • Support the team with outreach and engagement for initiatives and campaigns.
  • Ad-hoc responsibilities as required.


  • Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, humanities, or related fields.
  • Prior internship experience is preferred, but not required.
  • A strong commitment to human rights and international affairs with demonstrated knowledge of antisemitism and the Jewish world. Interfaith experience is a plus.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English and familiarity with Microsoft Excel and Word are required.
  • Extremely detail-oriented with excellent writing skills, including polished email communication skills.
  • Strong or intermediary ability to conduct in-depth online research.
  • East Coast of the U.S.-based, comfortable with 100% remote-work.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Competitive stipend provided.
  • This is a remote-work position.
  • Long-term internship opportunity available (3-9 months).

To apply for this position, please send a CV and cover letter to: [email protected]