Internship Opportunities with ASIRT!

Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT) – Social Media Interns

The Association for Safe International Road Travel is seeking Social Media and Other Interns for Spring, Summer and Fall of 2012.  Self-motivated students interested in social media, government, public health, marketing and business development, grant writing, data analysis, writing, or research, are encouraged to apply.

ASIRT is a non-profit, humanitarian organization that promotes road safety through education and advocacy. Founded fifteen years ago by teacher Rochelle Sobel after her son died in a bus crash in Turkey, ASIRT maintains continuous, active relationships with communities and governments around the world for the purpose of advancing road safety.

ASIRT’s goal is to improve road conditions and travel practices through their work with road safety NGOs and international organizations including the World Health Organization (WHO) and UN, Congress, colleges and universities. Additionally, ASIRT publishes Road Travel Reports for over 140 countries.

In the past, interns have been involved with lobbying on Capitol Hill, event planning, design and marketing, research, writing and road safety data analysis.  Please visit for details about recent activities.

Located off the Capital Beltway in Montgomery County, interns can arrange their schedules according to their needs. Internship positions are unpaid, however, they can work with advisors so that students can obtain credit.

For consideration, please email and include all of the following:

  • Resume
  • Writing sample
  • Cover letter highlighting your skills
  • Areas of interest
  • Start date (schedules are flexible and will be based on your availability)

For further information, please contact Cathy Silberman at

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About Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley works for the School of Management in the Office of Academic and Career Services. She has been with George Mason University for 15 years.

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