The Bretton Woods Committee is the preeminent non-profit organization dedicated to effective international economic and financial cooperation.
Towards this end, we demonstrate the value of multilateralism and improve the performance of the international financial institutions (IFIs) through public dialogue, advocacy and policy analysis.
Our mission is supported by:
- A diverse, global membership of leaders from business, finance, government and academia who are an unparalleled source of ideas and expertise.
- We are an independent, non-partisan advocate for the key multilateral institutions. We help inform public officials that global economic prosperity is best served through effective multilateralism.
- We convene flagship conferences on the most critical economic and financial topics. These serve as important fora for dialogue and debate between BWC members, senior policymakers, multilateral officials, private sector leaders and prominent academics.
- Working groups that organize roundtables, seminars, conferences, and other events to analyze and make policy recommendations on emerging issues impacting the future of finance, trade and global development.
- Special projects that produce reports and publications with unbiased analysis and policy prescriptions on ways in which the multilateral system – and the institutions that comprise it – can be strengthened and made more effective.
Program Director - Deadline July 16, 2021
The Committee seeks the help of one or more interns each semester. Individuals who wish to gain a wide range of hands-on experiences and to learn about the individuals and organizations shaping the future of the international financial institutions are encouraged to apply. The internship pays a $500 stipend for each semester successfully completed. Internship opportunities will be posted here as they become available.
Not seeking interns at this time