ITRR Alerts
** 24 July 2012: TAMC announces a new product: the Mexican Narco-Journal. Please contact us for details. ** 22 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted threats by Fatah Al-Islam against Hindus and Buddhists. * 22 July 2012: TAMC has identified a new audiotape threat against the West from Al-Qaeda in Iraq. ** 21 July 2012: TAMC is providing information on disruptive activities expected in Oakland, CA. * 20 July 2012: TAMC has received multiple communications from various sources indicating the increased potential of terror activity by the jihadist terror group, Al Shabaab. ** 18 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted renewed threats being discussed in jihadist forums regarding their intention to continue attacks against Western and Israeli targets. * 17 July 2012: ITRR and the Counter Agro Terrorism Research Center announce a strategic relationship in the effort to combat the threat of terrorism aimed at the world's agricultural and food supply chain. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC is providing guidance on renewed threats issued against European states by the commander of the jihadist Ansar al-Din group operating in northern Mali. ** 17 July 2012: TAMC has intercepted calls for demonstrations outside of Saudi embassies in North Africa and Europe demanding the release of prisoners. ** 15 July 2012: TAMC has identified jihadi threats of suicide bombings and various other attacks in Yemen from an all-female Al-Qaeda cell.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
International Internships

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The ITRR International Internship Experience can be conducted either from one's home institution or at our office in Jerusalem. Participants assist the world's leading terrorism and intelligence experts while earning valuable work-experience and academic credit.

ITRR Co-Directors, Michael Perelman and Aaron Richman, believe an internship of this caliber not only enhances the overall mission of ITRR, but adds a unique, yet necessary component to identifying global threats.

"We wanted to develop a program that prepares the learner to think critically, be creative, and assess global threat situations in a succint manner," says ITRR's Joseph Palmieri. "It is important that we act as facilitators of learning and part of that commitment is to design small interactive online classrooms which promote a sense of engaged learning."

Each online classroom is facilitated by an instructor with an extensive background in counter-terrorism and region-specific expertise. The student initially spends the first several weeks learning about information-gathering techniques, best practices of research, and creating writing briefs to strengthen critical-thinking and interpretation skills. 

"We are growing, and that's exciting," states co-Director Aaron Richman. "An international internship offers learners specialized experience that puts them in prime position for obtaining a successful career."

Details such as exact location, duration of the experience, and which learning-components make up the internship is completely customizable.

Contact ITRR now to learn more about our International Internship Experience.

 

 

 

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