An internship is a short-term, paid or unpaid practical work experience. While all internships are unique, generally these opportunities:
  • Offer benefits including: educational credit, industry exposure, networking, an opportunity to enhance your resume, and more
  • Are offered by organizations big and small, including corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations
  • Are offered during the spring, summer or fall semesters
  • May be full-time or part-time, depending on the opportunity
Internships provide students hands-on work experience in a specific field. Additionally, some internship programs provide participants more benefits such as: housing, transportation, mentoring, leadership development workshops or scholarship funds.

To see a list of all the internships on CHCI’s NextOpp, scroll through the list below. Want to narrow down your results? Click here to do an advanced search based on your personal and academic information.

Current Opportunities

2015 FSR Communications Spring Intern

Description:

The position is responsible with aiding FSR's Communications department in its effort to sustain a strong digital media presence on multiple social media outlets as well as its website. In addition, candidates will monitor FSR's digital media performance through various digital analytics tools. Candidates will be instrumental in producing a wide variety of graphic design products, including agendas, brochures, reports, white papers, infographics and other visual media. Finally, candidates will be assisting in any other task the Communications department needs, including but not limited to, drafting press releases, participating in FSR off-site events, posting digital media content, distributing press releases and newsletters and conducting research for media appearances. 

2015 Student Diversity Internship Program (SDIP)

Description: The Congressional Research Service (CRS), a service unit of the Library of Congress, is recruiting for its 2015 Student Diversity Internship Program (SDIP) and would like to invite minority Latino students to apply. Our staff is comprised of nationally-recognized experts and professionals in a broad range of subjects and disciplines, including law, economics, foreign affairs, the physical and behavioral sciences, environmental science, public administration, the social sciences, library and information science, information technology and finance.  

The internships are paid opportunities in Washington, D.C. for a period up to 10 weeks during the summer.  Working in one of our research or administrative areas, interns will have the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the mission of the agency which is:  To serve the United States Congress throughout the legislative process by providing comprehensive and reliable legislative research and analysis that  are timely, objective, authoritative and confidential, thereby contributing to an informed national legislature.

AAPD Summer Internship Program

Application Deadline: January 15, 2018
Description: Since 2002, the AAPD Summer Internship Program has developed the next generation of leaders with disabilities and offered host employers access to a talented, diverse workforce. Each summer, AAPD places college students, graduate students, law students, and recent graduates with all types of disabilities in paid 10-week summer internships in Congressional offices, federal agencies, non-profit and for-profit organizations in the Washington, DC area.Each intern is matched with a mentor who will assist them their career goals. AAPD provides the interns with a stipend, transportation to and from Washington, DC, and fully-accessible housing.

AICGS’ New Transatlantic Exchange Program for Young Minorities

Application Deadline: April 15, 2018
Description: AICGS is pleased to announce its inaugural German-American youth exchange program on the theme “Immigration, Integration, and a New Transatlantic Generation.” AICGS is recruiting twenty young leaders from academia, media, business, politics, and society with little or no experience with transatlantic relations for seminars and site visits in Washington and Berlin.

This innovative program will establish new connections between communities growing principally from an immigration background and address common challenges of integration such as unemployment, political and societal leadership, and international engagement. Project participants will include a core group of young leaders for intensive discussions and also interaction with the broader community of experts and advocates focused on issues of immigration, integration, and cross-cultural understanding.

Alliance for Excellent Education Policy/Advocacy Intern

Description: The intern will work closely with all members of the policy/advocacy staff in Alliance efforts and will:

  • Assist staff by conducting legislative research, developing policy fact sheets, tracking federal legislation, and attending congressional hearings and briefings.
  • Provide staff with support in research and analysis of various topics, organizations, and key players in the field.
  • Assist in the development of case studies of promising practices in education.
  • Attend conferences, briefings, and forums as a representative of the Alliance.
  • Assist in the preparation of Alliance publications and events.
  • Keep staff abreast of trends in education reform.
  • Provide any other support to the president and staff as needed.

Anna Beal Summer Internship

Application Deadline: January 03, 2018
Description: The Anna Beal Intern will receive a $4,165 educational scholarship, paid by the Anna Beal Trust of Waterloo, to an Iowa school after completing 11 weeks of stewardship work throughout the state primarily on The Nature Conservancy preserves and public agency properties. This position is an opportunity for Iowa students from any educational background, to learn about Iowa’s natural landscapes. Interns will develop basic skills for preserve management tasks through hands-on experience in a wide range of ecosystems. The work entails daily outdoor physical labor for extended periods of time in all weather conditions.

The Conservancy will provide food and lodging in rustic conditions (camping or bunk houses) during the work week. Interns should provide their own sleeping bag and tent. Pre- and post-weekend travel to work sites is the responsibility of the intern, and therefore the provision of personal transportation, while not required, is encouraged.

Archives and Records Management Intern

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: As an intern in the Office of Information Management and Technology, the intern will be assigned to assist staff with projects such

as:

• arrangement and description of the CRS Archives

• Identifying aids used to locate materials within the CRS Archives

• assisting with the development of an Archives portal and database for storing records and identifying aids

The ideal candidate will have knowledge of archival arrangement and description, excellent attention to detail, ability to work

independently, and basic computer skills. Work experience with archives desired but not required. A graduate student in a

history or MLS/MLIS program with a concentration in Archives is preferred.

Audience Development Intern (Print & Online)

Description: Editorial Projects in Education, publisher of Education Week, edweek.org, teachermagazine.org, Digital Directions, and producer of Education Week Leadership Forums, is seeking an audience development intern to help build circulation/traffic, and maintain customer service. This is a paid internship. Course credit may also be earned, depending on requirements.

Responsibilities include:

• Assist with customer service (phone and email) as needed.

• Identify recurring problems, and put automated or scripted customer solutions in place.

• Input "do not mail" names into database

• Communicate any changes in website, marketing, or other policies which might impact customer care to appropriate internal and external stakeholders.

• Monitor and report on renewals, bills, new business and online audience measurements, as needed.

• Set up site licenses and assist site license users as needed.

• Analyze trends of key performance indicators and report on changes to stakeholders.

• Assist with email marketing projects, setting up emails in the email marketing system and following/tracking results.

• Report email and direct mail results using online systems available for reporting.

• Other projects as requested.

Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau internships

Description: Our internships are unpaid and last one semester. The emphasis is on training in a relevant area of tourism.

Campaigns and Outreach Intern

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled
Description: We’re seeking a highly organized, motivated individual with a strong passion for social justice to help support the goals and objectives of the Campaigns and Outreach Team.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Drafting advocacy and legislative support letters and other materials, including talking points and op-eds;
  • Research policy positions of elected officials and candidates;
  • Research potential allies and partner organizations at the state and federal level on our core issues;
  • Compile statistics from sources such as the US Census Bureau and secondary research materials;
  • Attend coalition meetings;
  • Track news coverage and events on our core issues;
  • Other responsibilities, as requested.

Campus Leader Program

Description: Democracy Matters is accepting applications for paid internships through our Campus Internship Program. We are a non-partisan organization of students and professors working on campuses across the country to educate people about the role of private money in politics, and its impact on democracy. We call for alternatives that can reform and revitalize our political process thereby deepening democracy in the United States. Specifically, we organize around issues of campaign finance reform, full and partial funding of elections, and election reform.

Careers In Transportation for Youth (CITY) 2015 Summer Internship Program

Application Deadline: March 31, 2018
Description: COMTO’s Careers In Transportation for Youth (CITY) Internship Program is seeking the best and brightest young talent for internships in the public transportation industry.  This internship program is funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) initiative to promote public transportation career opportunities among college students.  The 10-week internship is designed to orient students to the public transportation industry by providing internships and mentoring at transit agencies, private transit-related consulting firms, transportation service providers, manufacturers and suppliers in local COMTO Chapters across the country.  The internship program focuses on college junior and senior students who have an interest in public transportation or a transportation related career. 

 COMTO, along with its local partners, is recruiting students from area colleges and universities to participate in its CITY Internship Program.

Center for American Progress Internship

Application Deadline: Varies
Description: Welcome to the coolest internship experience. Ever. Besides getting substantive work experience, Generation Progress interns get a stipend, access to special events like film screenings and conferences, and the opportunity to use words like “substantive” on a daily basis.

Past interns have interviewed and/or attended events with President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Leader Nancy Pelosi, Noam Chomsky, Ryan Gosling, Talib Kweli, President Bill Clinton, Amy Goodman, Samantha Power, Senator Tom Daschle, and our very own John Podesta.

Chase Leadership Development Program Summer Analyst

Application Deadline: February 15, 2018
Description: The Chase Leadership Development Program (CLDP) Summer Analyst is an intensive 10-week internship designed to provide you with deep insight into the Consumer & Community Banking businesses. As a CLDP Summer Analyst, you will have the opportunity to work closely with colleagues on efforts aligned to our business priorities and growth strategies. You will be given meaningful assignments and projects to learn about our products and services while helping develop the frameworks and opportunities needed to innovate for tomorrow and shape our customer experience.

CHCI Congressional Internship Program (Fall)

Application Deadline: April 24, 2018
Description: The purpose of the Congressional Internship Program (CIP) is to expose young Latinos to the legislative process and to strengthen their professional and leadership skills, ultimately promoting the presence of Latinos on Capitol Hill and in Federal Agencies.

Internships are offered every semester. For other CHCI internship listings, please click on the CHCI provider link.

CHCI Congressional Internship Program (Spring)

Application Deadline: November 04, 2017
Description: The purpose of the Congressional Internship Program (CIP) is to expose young Latinos to the legislative process and to strengthen their professional and leadership skills, ultimately promoting the presence of Latinos on Capitol Hill and in Federal Agencies.

The Congressional Internship Program provides college students with a paid work placement in a Congressional Office or Federal Agency for a period of twelve weeks (Spring/Fall) or eight weeks (Summer). This unmatched experience allows students to learn first hand about our nation's legislative process.

Promising Latino undergraduates from across the country are selected for this leadership training program.  Students gain work experience, participate in a community service project, and receive educational and professional programming provided by CHCI. This comprehensive three-prong approach provides extraordinary learning and networking opportunities for students.

CHCI Congressional Internship Program (Summer)

Application Deadline: January 22, 2018
Description: The purpose of the Congressional Internship Program (CIP) is to expose young Latinos to the legislative process and to strengthen their professional and leadership skills, ultimately promoting the presence of Latinos on Capitol Hill and in Federal Agencies.

Internships are offered every semester. For other CHCI internship listings, please click on the CHCI provider link.

Civic Engagement Intern

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: The Civic Engagement (CE) Intern will provide programmatic and administrative support to the NALEO Educational Fund’s, Civic Engagement Department, and gain valuable experience specifically in the preparation and implementation of strategic initiatives to engage and mobilize the maximum number of Latinos leading up to the 2016 Primary and General Elections, from naturalization promotion and assistance to direct voter mobilization. Learning opportunities may range from, providing information and direct assistance to the public on the citizenship process, assisting individuals with N-400 applications, organizing and promoting events, assisting in developing reports, recruiting and training volunteers, supporting local voter registration efforts, electoral research, and other activities related to election promotion. Applicant should be available on specified weekends to participate during naturalization assistance workshops, voter registration events and “get-out-the-vote” (GOTV) efforts. Applicants should have an interest in civic engagement, the electoral process and political campaigns.

Internship hours per week vary depending on availability, with a minimum of 15 hours per week preferred. This is an unpaid position. Should applicants wish to receive academic credit for their service they must consult with their academic institution to determine expectations and requirements. Positons are available in each of the organization’s Houston, Los Angeles, and New York City offices as well as in the San Antonio and Raleigh communities we serve.

Civil Rights Legal Internship

Description: LatinoJustice interns conduct legal research and draft litigation documents, assist with client interviews, and accompany lawyers to court when practicable. Legal interns are included in all stages of litigation planning and strategizing our impact cases. Recent student assignments have included research into the First Amendment rights of laborers, the Fourth Amendment privacy rights of Latino residents vis a vis immigration home raids, and the Fourteenth Amendment right to equal protection. Students are expected to work 12-15 hrs/week during the school semester, and summer interns work full-time for ten weeks. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

College Access & Readiness Programs Internship

Description: Help manage CHCI’s College Access & Readiness Programs. Play a key role in the development of projects related to college access initiatives for Latinos across the country such as: High School Latino Leaders in DC, Ready to Lead events, Scholarships and CHCI’s educational resources. In addition, CHCI’s interns are exposed to networking, shadowing, and mentoring opportunities with leaders, and receive ongoing professional development training from staff. The ideal candidate would be able to start immediately and continue through the end of the summer semester (20-30 hours per week, depending on availability).

PLEASE SEND RÉSUMÉ AND COVER LETTER TO: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Attention: Linda Thoms Manager, Human Resources lthoms@chci.org Washington, D.C. 20002 Fax (202) 546-2143 DISCLAIMER The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. CHCI is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

Collegiate Leaders in Environmental Health (CLEH)

Application Deadline: January 27, 2018
Description: This is a paid 10-week summer environmental internship for undergraduate students who are passionate about the environment, interested in human health, and curious about how they are linked. A healthy environment should sustain a healthy population; however, with over 7 billion people on the earth, there is a need for more sustainable interactions between humans and the environment. Environmental issues such as overpopulation, air pollution, food shortage, natural disasters, water contamination, and exposure to toxic substances provide challenges to human health. Human influence on the environment is the main focus of environmental studies; however there is a growing need to evaluate the effect that the environment has on human populations. Harmful environments can increase the risk of many health conditions: asthma, heart disease, cancer, neurological disease, infections, endocrine dysfunction, injuries, and more. Healthy environments, on the other hand, can promote good health in many ways—protecting people from toxic exposures, providing safe water and clean air, and encouraging healthy behaviors such as outdoor recreation. The link between the environment and health is aptly referred to as “environmental health.” Environmental health as a discipline focuses on the interrelationships between people and their environment, promotes human health and well-being, and fosters safe and healthy living. This branch of public health is concerned with all aspects of the natural and built environment that may affect human health. Environmental health professionals engage in a broad and exciting range of activities—basic and applied research, surveillance and tracking, direct health protection efforts such as disaster preparedness and response, health education, patient care, policy support, and more. For students interested in the environment, health, or both, few fields are more fascinating. Interns will be placed in environmental health programs at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Environmental Health and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (NCEH/ATSDR) at CDC in Atlanta, GA (please note, the CDC has multiple locations in Atlanta and CLEH interns will be reporting to CDC’s Chamblee Campus and not CDC’s Roybal campus (the main CDC campus)). Over the course of the summer, interns will be exposed to a broad overview of environmental public health issues at the federal level. Interns will participate in a comprehensive program including environmental health project assignments, interaction with federal officials and scientists, and visits to important environmental health sites in and around Atlanta. Other activities include "brown-bag" lunches with CDC staff, as well as attending lectures from prominent environmental health leaders in the Atlanta area. In addition, interns will be able to attend the many seminars offered by CDC during the summer.

Communications & Events Internship

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: JOB SUMMARY: Casey Trees, a nonprofit dedicated to restoring, enhancing and protecting the tree canopy of Washington, D.C., seeks a Communications & Events Intern to assist in all matters related to marketing and event planning. -Research and contact vendors -Manage event budget in CRM platform -Organize event details and manage guest lists -Draft copy for website, social media platforms and communication tools including magazine, blog and media releases -On-site event management -Other event duties as necessary -Provide general administrative support

POSITION DURATION AND COMPENSATION: Work schedule is 20 hours per week minimum. Interns are assigned a fixed regular schedule based on their available hours. Flexible scheduling is available but interns must be able to work shifts of four hours or more. Pay is $12 per hour. Preferred start date is 01/05/2015, and a semester commitment is required.

TO APPLY: Please email the following items to Jared Powell, Director Communications & Development, at jobs@caseytrees.org: -Letter of interest -Résumé -Two writing samples -Availability, including start date. -Contact information for two references Enter "Communications & Events Intern" only into email subject line. Applications are accepted until the position is filled. No telephone or email inquiries please.

Communications Graduate Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Data Quality Campaign, a national, collaborative effort committed to realizing an education system in which all stakeholders—from parents to policymakers—are empowered with high-quality data to improve student achievement, is seeking a communications intern for spring 2015 to support a number of efforts related to DQC’s work.

Responsibilities of the Position: The communications intern will work closely with DQC’s Communications and External Affairs team, assisting in both day-to-day and long-term projects. The communications intern will also be given the opportunity to work on an independent project that meets his/her own interests as well as those of DQC. This internship is an opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in strategic communications and education policy. Interns in this position should expect to develop their communication, organizational, and leadership skills, as well as gain experience in a professional environment. Interns will develop a unique perspective in education policy, focusing on the importance of using robust data to improve student achievement. Major projects the communications intern will be assigned to support: 1. Existing communications tools and resources · * maintain and enhance DQC’s listserv contacts through Mailchimp · * do various tasks for publications, website, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram · * monitor and circulate media coverage · * assist with the creation of multimedia projects, which may include videos, graphics, podcasts, and other digital materials 2. Evaluating DQC impact · * populate and update internal tracking tools that monitor publications, media, and presentations · * track communications impact with monthly stats reports (e.g., website stats, Youtube stats, Twitter stats, click rates of emails) · * maintain DQC external calendar · conduct fundraising research and assist with grant reporting

Communications Internship

Description: A communications intern will become a part of the communications team and will be responsible for supporting the LULAC mission, programs, and brand identity, through online communications (including website, social media, e-newsletters, and blog); print communications (including press releases, magazines, and brochures); media and public relations; and marketing and outreach campaigns. This internship is very competitive.

Communications Internship (Spring)

Description: The Association of Public Television Stations (APTS) is seeking a Communications Intern to provide direct support to the Communications Department and its effort to gather and disseminate information relevant to the mission of local public television stations. The desirable skills of the successful applicant include the ability to conduct in-depth research, analysis and compilation of information; superb writing and verbal communications skills; and a strong attention to detail. High school or college newspaper experience a plus. The Intern will assist the Communications Department in using new media tools, including social networking sites, blogs, the Association website and other online media, to promote the initiatives that APTS undertakes on behalf of local public television stations. The Intern will support public television’s political advocacy efforts, both direct and grassroots, before the Administration, Congress and the Federal Communications Commission. Additionally, the intern will prepare written materials communicating essential aspects of APTS legislative and regulatory agendas, and research and summarize station activities to be used as content for communications with the media, policymakers, the grassroots network and APTS member stations. APTS is seeking someone with availability in the winter semester (January through March) for a minimum of 32 hours a week. Commuting costs will be reimbursed up to company limits. A bonus stipend is available based on work quality.

Communications Internship (Spring)

Description: Description The Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC) is looking for a motivated intern for Spring 2015. The official start date is January 12th and the official end date is May 15th; however, if you are a student these dates can be negotiated to match your university’s schedule. While we prefer full-time interns, part-time interns may be accepted based on availability. As we work to implement our youth and peacebuilding initiatives in Iraq, our interns work closely with our Executive Director in Washington, D.C. to carry out and maintain the necessary advocacy, research, fundraising, and administrative frameworks for those projects. The Communications Intern will work to build a community of support for EPIC’s projects and advocacy work. The Communications Intern will be responsible for: Helping develop and execute a winning communications strategy, including the creation of dynamic and engaging written and multimedia content for EPIC’s website, blog, social media platforms, and email communications; Assisting with marketing and coordination for the EPIC campaign to promote a clear, long-term U.S. strategy for peace in Iraq; Growing EPIC’s base of support through effective outreach and communications; Researching the Administration’s policies towards Iraq and political and social developments on the ground in Iraq; Coordinating and promoting fundraising activities through online platforms to support our projects in the field; and Providing EPIC with general operational support – we can’t do the work we do in Iraq without making sure the filing is done in DC. This is a great opportunity to learn about the real impact that nonprofits can have. If you’re looking for a challenging internship where you’ll see the results of your work, EPIC is the place for you.

How to apply Please send a resume or CV, a cover letter, and a writing sample to taif@epic-usa.org. Please include the title of the internship in the subject line. Preference will be given to recent grads and grad students, but undergrads are strongly encouraged to apply.

Community College Internship Program (CCI)

Application Deadline: January 08, 2018
Description: The Community College Internship (CCI) program seeks to encourage community college students to enter technical careers relevant to the DOE mission by providing technical training experiences at the DOE laboratories. Selected students participate as interns appointed at one of 15 participating DOE laboratories. They work on technologies or instrumentation projects or major research facilities supporting DOE’s mission, under the guidance of laboratory staff scientists or engineers.

The CCI program is sponsored and managed by the DOE Office of Science’s Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) in collaboration with the DOE laboratories.

Applications for the CCI program are solicited annually for the Summer Term, and beginning in the 2016 Spring Term, for a pilot semester program. Internship appointments are 10 weeks in duration for the Summer Term (May through August), or 16 weeks in duration for the Spring Term (January through May). Each DOE laboratory offers different technical internship opportunities; not all DOE laboratories participate in the CCI program; and not all DOE laboratories/facilities offer internships during the Fall and Spring Terms.

Congressional Award

Description: The Congressional Award is the United States Congress’ award for young Americans. It is non-partisan, voluntary, and non-competitive. The program is open to all 14- to 23-year-olds; young people may register when they turn 13 1/2 years old and must complete their activities before their 24th birthday. Participants earn Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Certificates and Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Medals. Each level involves setting goals in four program areas; Volunteer Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness, and Expedition/Exploration. Earning the Award is a fun and interesting way to get more involved in something you already enjoy or something you’d like to try for the first time. You move at your own pace – on your own or with your friends. This is not an award for past accomplishments. Instead, you are honored for achieving your own challenging goals after registering for the program.

Regardless of your situation, you can earn the Congressional Award. The Congressional Award has no minimum grade point average requirements. It accommodates young people with special needs or disabilities who are willing to take the challenge.

Congressional Internship

Description: Internships run throughout the fall, spring or summer semesters for college students. Although all internships in all offices are unpaid, students gain invaluable work experience. The hours are flexible to accommodate students' hectic course schedules. In the Washington DC office, interns learn about the legislative process and are given assignments with a significant amount of responsibility and challenges such as researching legislation for the member and legislative staff, attending hearings and briefings. Interns will also be asked to part-take on administrative responsibilities such as answering phones, running errands, and answer constituent letters on various issues. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Content Management Intern

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Working in the Office of Information Management and Technology, the intern’s duties may include:

• addressing requests received from the CRS research divisions and offices and via the “CRS Research Product Clearance

Form”

• preparing and publishing weekly web site usage metrics and search statistics

• data maintenance review and analysis

• search thesaurus management

• system testing

The ideal candidate will have experience with concepts and development of metadata and taxonomy. Should have experience with Microsoft Office products, especially Excel 2010 and be familiar with MS SharePoint 2007. Undergraduate or graduate student preferred.

Content Protection Graduate Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: The Fox Content Protection group is charged with protecting all feature and television content produced or distributed by Fox Entertainment Group, and is responsible for ensuring that all content can be distributed profitably and securely through all media worldwide. The group approaches the challenge from several directions: Technology, Litigation, Anti-Piracy Enforcement, Preventing Content Leaks, Legislation/Regulation, and Public Relations/Education programs. Project(s)/Tasks: Twentieth Century Fox seeks J.D. and L.L.M. candidates for internship positions in its Content Protection group. Our department of attorneys and other legal professionals oversees the protection of Fox television (e.g. The Simpsons, Family Guy, and Glee) and film (e.g. Avatar; Date Night and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps), content against the pervasive and ever-evolving threat of piracy. There is a particular emphasis on combating copyright infringement occurring in online environments such as user-generated content sites like YouTube or peer-to-peer networks. Interns will participate in the monitoring of and enforcement against such piracy, including conducting detailed copyright infringement and fair use analyses; identifying and researching litigation targets, and searching the internet for infringing copies of Fox content. Familiarity with basic principles of Copyright Law and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act is a plus. Learning Objectives: The position will provide you with a solid understanding of the widespread issue of film and television piracy and its impact upon the entertainment industry and, ultimately, consumers. This is a great opportunity for students interested in pursuing practice in the fields of Intellectual Property, Entertainment, or Media Law.

Convergence Center for Policy Resolution: Re-imagining Education Project Research Intern (Spring)

Description: Convergence Center for Policy Resolution is seeking a research intern on its Re-imagining Education Project for the Spring 2015 semester. Convergence's mission is to convene people and groups with conflicting views to build trust, identify solutions, and form alliances for action on critical national issues. The Re-imagining Education Project convened a group of 30 influential education leaders and thinkers for an 18-month process to re-imagine education. As of October 2014, the stakeholders created a new vision for learner-centered learning and are now actively engaged in realizing that vision. Responsibilities: As an integral member of the team, the research intern will become very familiar with the Re-imagining Education Project, including its trajectory and goals. He or she will both research assigned topics and provide input on other research topics that would advance the project. The research intern will be expected to conduct thorough research and to present completed research in a clear, organized, and concise way. Qualifications: A focus or background in education practice and/or policy is strongly preferred. The position requires a self-starter with excellent interpersonal, research, and communications skills. Applicants should be passionate and open-minded about the issues associated with education. In addition, interns should: -Be flexible with regard to work assignments -Work well individually and with others -Have a high command of written and spoken English -Be fluent with Word, Excel, and online communication vehicles Applicants must be able to commit 20 hours-per-week. Preference will be given to applicants who are able to work full-time.

Corporate Relations Internship

Description: The corporate relations intern will contribute and will work towards increasing the revenue growth and as a consequence the development of the organization as a whole. The internship provides the opportunity to build long-term and collaborative partnerships for LULAC within corporate America. These include partnerships for our national events and programs.

Council on Environmental Quality Internship (Summer)

Application Deadline: March 01, 2018
Description: The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) interns are given a wide range of assignments including conducting research, managing incoming inquiries, attending meetings, and writing memos on a variety of environmental issues. Interns have the opportunity to be involved in groundbreaking projects, working closely with staff from all levels and a variety of backgrounds. The pace in the office is fast, so accuracy and attention to detail are absolute requirements. Interns can expect to begin with the basics and gradually add more specialized projects as they gain experience. Other essential intern duties include answering phones, routing mail, copying documents, filing and retrieving information (conventionally or electronically), assembling briefing materials and performing assigned research tasks.

Most interns work a typical semester-based schedule (May – August, September – December, January – April); however a position may be customized based on applicant availability and project needs. Deadlines for applications are March 1 (Summer), July 1 (Fall), and November 1 (Spring).

Council on Environmental Quality Legal Clerkship Program

Application Deadline: October 30, 2017
Description: The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) has a competitive legal clerkship program and recruits clerks each spring, summer, and fall. CEQ accepts applications from prospective clerks on a rolling basis; however, due to the high volume of applications that we typically receive, we encourage applicants to abide by the following dates and deadlines: Start and End Dates Application Deadlines Fall August - January First Friday in June (6/6/14) Spring January - May First Friday in October (10/3/14) Summer May- August Last Friday in October (10/31/14) Clerks are supervised by CEQ’s Office of General Counsel, and provide critical research and writing assistance to both legal and policy staff on a variety of matters pertinent to CEQ’s functions, including oversight of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Through CEQ’s participation in policy processes across the Federal government, clerks have the opportunity to perform diverse, substantive legal work, namely: Drafting memoranda on environment, energy, natural resources, and general law issues; Tracking Federal agency actions on environmental issues; Attending interagency working group meetings; and Assisting with responses to Freedom of Information Act requests and other inquiries regarding CEQ’s activities. Clerks also have the opportunity to help advise CEQ’s policy teams on legal issues, and to analyze significant draft regulations through CEQ’s participation in the interagency regulatory review process under Executive Order 12866.

Application: Prepare the materials in the check-list below and combine them into a single PDF file addressed to the CEQ Attorney Advisor, Brooke Dorner. Name the PDF file following our convention: Last Name, First Name – 2015 Spring/Summer/Fall (select one) Clerkship Application Date Submitted; e.g., “Smith, Jane – 2015 Spring Clerkship Application 10-01-14.” Email the PDF file to internships@ceq.eop.gov, indicating the session to which you are applying in the email subject line; e.g., “Spring 2015 Clerkship Application.” CEQ will contact selected applicants to interview, usually within two to three weeks of the application deadline. Should you need to hear from CEQ sooner, please advise us of this fact by emailing internships@ceq.eop.gov or calling the CEQ mainline at (202) 395-5750 and asking for Brooke Dorner.

Your cover letter should address the following: (1) interest in environment, energy, and/or natural resources issues; (2) relevant coursework (e.g., Environmental Law, Administrative Law, Statutory Interpretation, and Legal Research and Writing); and (3) project management, leadership, and/or teamwork experience. Your cover letter (no longer than one page) should be addressed to CEQ Attorney Advisor, Brooke Dorner. Your list of references should include three individuals who are able to speak to your legal research, writing, and ability to work well in a fast-paced office environment. This list must include at least one law school professor and one supervising attorney. Please list the names, titles, organizations, phone number, email address, and relationship with you for all references. Note: The White House has a zero-tolerance policy for drug use. You will be required to take a drug test prior to beginning your clerkship. Failure to pass the drug test will result in your immediate disqualification.

DC Public Charter School Board Internship Program

Application Deadline: April 15, 2018
Description: DC Public Charter School Board Internship Program is searching for high achieving college students, recent graduates, and graduate students in Washington, DC who are interested in learning more about DC charter schools and are committed to the mission of providing quality public school options for DC students and families.  Depending on the interns’ interests, they have the opportunity to experience working in a variety of fields:

  • Data Management and Analysis
  • Finance, Operations and Strategic Initiatives
  • Communications and Social Media
  • School Support and Education Policy
  • Legal

DC Public Charter School Board Internship Program (Summer)

Application Deadline: April 15, 2018
Description: DC Public Charter School Board Internship Program is searching for high achieving college students, recent graduates, and graduate students in Washington, DC who are interested in learning more about DC charter schools and are committed to the mission of providing quality public school options for DC students and families. Depending on the interns’ interests, they have the opportunity to experience working in a variety of fields: Data Management and Analysis Finance, Operations and Strategic Initiatives Communications and Social Media School Support and Education Policy Through their work with PCSB, interns will gain a great deal of knowledge about the public education system in DC, the challenges it faces, and the charter school sector. During their internships, interns are expected to contribute at least 15 hours/week of their time. Exact days and times are determined in conjunction with the intern’s manager. In addition to working directly with our staff on engaging projects, interns benefit from a variety of professional development opportunities including participation in discussions on various topics in education and opportunities to network and learn about education policy by attending events in Washington, DC. While internships are unpaid, we are happy to work with you to satisfy any requirements your school has for receiving course credit.

Democracy Internship

Description:

Looking for a meaningful way to serve the Latino community? The League of United Latin American Citizens, the nation's oldest and largest Latino civil rights organization, seeks several talented and passionate individuals to serve as interns at the LULAC national headquarters in Washington D.C. In collaboration with the LULAC national staff, interns can combine their academic interests with real-world experience in any of the following areas: civic engagement, advocacy, community programs, communications, membership, special events, development, or executive areas.

Department of Homeland Security HS-STEM Summer Internships

Application Deadline: December 22, 2017
Description: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate sponsors a 10-week summer internship program for students majoring in homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (HS-STEM) Disciplines. The program provides students with quality research experiences at federal research facilities located across the country and allows students the opportunity to establish connections with DHS professionals. It is open to undergraduate and graduate students in a broad spectrum of HS-STEM Disciplines and DHS mission-relevant Research Areas. The ultimate goal of the program is to engage a diverse, educated and skilled pool of scientists and engineers in HS-STEM areas and to promote long-term relationships between students, researchers, DHS and research facilities to enhance the HS-STEM workforce. The DHS Education Program is managed by ORAU through the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) under an agreement between DHS and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). ORAU manages the application and review process, notification and implementation of the program. DHS reserves the right to make no awards or to cancel this program. DHS assumes no liability for canceling the HS-STEM Summer Internship Program or for anyone’s failure to receive actual notification of cancellation.

Digital Promise: Research Intern

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: About the Position Digital Promise's research initiative aims to map research and development efforts in education and communicate them widely in an accessible manner to a wide range of audiences. This position will work closely with the Research Director to help shape and execute our research initiative. This is an exciting opportunity to participate at the ground level of Digital Promise and to engage in developing our initiatives. Key responsibilities -Conduct literature searches on a wide range of education research topics and create clear, concise summaries of resulting materials -Help develop the initiative's new website including publishing and organizing content -As experience and interest allow, contribute to the larger framework of the research initiative, including creating a research and development map and identifying gaps in current research efforts.

DOE Scholars Program

Application Deadline: December 15, 2017
Description: The DOE Scholars Program offers unique opportunities that introduce students or post-graduates to the agency’s mission and operations. The U.S. Department of Energy is committed to: Energy security Nuclear security Scientific discovery and innovation Environmental responsibility Management excellence Participants in the DOE Scholars Program gain a competitive edge as they apply their education, talent and skills in a variety of scientific research settings within the DOE complex. Appointments are available for a variety of disciplines at participating DOE facilities nationwide. The DOE Scholars Program presents you with the opportunity to explore a federal career with DOE at various stages in your education. DOE Scholars selected by the Federal Energy Management Program are given a Veteran's Preference. Selected veterans will be placed at various federal agencies in Washington, D.C.

Domestic Nuclear Detection Office Summer Internship Program

Application Deadline: March 16, 2018
Description: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) Summer Internship Program will provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in projects at federal research facilities located across the country focused on helping DNDO meet its mission of “implementing domestic nuclear detection efforts for a managed and coordinated response to radiological and nuclear threats, as well as integration of federal nuclear forensics programs.”

Earth Sciences High School Internship Program

Application Deadline: March 22, 2018
Description: At the School of Earth Sciences, high school students spend the summer working in different laboratories. The students work on existing research projects in geology and environmental sciences, and are supervised directly by graduate students, post docs and lab managers. This program enables graduate students to serve as supervisors, prepares high schools students for college and serves to strengthen the connections between Stanford and local high schools.  In 2013 we began offering two different programs – the general internships and the history of life internships. Please see the program website to learn about the different options in Earth sciences.  

Earthjustice Policy and Legislation Intern

Application Deadline: December 01, 2017
Description: The Policy and Legislation (PAL) intern will work with the PAL department, which is comprised of environmental lobbyists and advocates, to protect our courtroom victories from efforts to undo them in Congress and defend and strengthen the same environmental laws Earthjustice enforces in the courtroom.  The intern will learn how a non-profit environmental organization weighs in on environmental policy at the federal level and gain considerable insight into congressional procedures, the policy process, environmental nonprofit lobbying and advocacy strategizing, coalition building, and associated communications and outreach.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in various tasks, including online research and blog writing
  • Attend congressional hearings and coalition meetings
  • Prepare and disseminate information to Congressional offices and PAL staff
  • Make phone calls to hill offices
  • Manage databases
  • Assist with outreach and preparation for events sponsored by PAL
  • Draft and edit policy documents and fact sheets
  • Opportunity for short and/or long-term research projects on a variety of issues, depending on the intern's interests

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ED Student Volunteer Unpaid Internship Program

Application Deadline: March 15, 2018
Description: The Department of Education (ED) offers internships for interested students seeking valuable work experience in government and federal education policy and administration. Volunteers have the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to the Department's mission to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.

ED offers internships in the fall, winter/spring, and summer. Typically interns are with the Department for eight to ten weeks (some can stay shorter or longer depending on circumstances).

Dates below are for Summer internship. Please check website for spring and fall dates.

ED Student Volunteer Unpaid Internship Program (Summer)

Application Deadline: March 15, 2018
Description: The Department of Education (ED) offers internships for students interested in seeking valuable work experience in government and federal education policy and administration. Volunteers have the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to the Department's mission to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. ED offers internships in the fall, winter/spring, and summer. Typically interns are with the Department for eight to ten weeks (some can stay shorter or longer depending on circumstances). Read more details about application timelines. Types of Internships The Department works to tailor each intern's experience to the interests, and skills of the interns against the needs of Department offices. In the past, students have completed projects focusing on: Policy analysis and evaluation. Research. Finance. Public affairs and communications. Community outreach. Intergovernmental relations. Legislative affairs. News media. Legal work. And a host of other projects. Candidates should indicate which offices most interest them in their application. See a list of ED's offices. Please note that availability of internships within given offices varies throughout the year, and some offices require specialized subject knowledge to qualify. Activities for ED Interns In addition to the opportunities within their offices, students are encouraged to participate in ED-sponsored intern events, such as: Brownbag lunch series with senior ED officials. Tours of D.C. landmarks. Professional development and resume-writing workshops. Social activities. Interning at ED makes it easy to take advantage of the Department's location in the heart of the nation's capital.

Editorial and Multimedia Internship

Description: Interns are encouraged to gain experience and skills geared toward their interests! We offer various for-credit internships. This is a non-paid intern position, but the experience is priceless. Editorial Interns will write content for our magazine, edit articles, participate in our online community, and create multimedia projects. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Editorial Internship (Spring 2015)

Description: The Editorial intern will assist the Editorial team in writing, editing, researching, fact-checking, and publishing a wide variety of digital and print content. Outlets include the PreservationNation.org website, PreservationNation blog, and Preservation magazine. Responsibilities include administrative support. Selection will be based on the candidate’s demonstrated writing ability, familiarity with tech platforms, and interest in/involvement with subject matter. This is a volunteer internship. A $1,000/month stipend is offered to help offset expenses. Duties Write, edit, fact-check, and proofread a variety of blog posts, magazine content, and other materials as assigned Research stories and images for online and print Publish blog posts in Wordpress Assist with multimedia production Manage the @PreservationMag Twitter account Manage submissions to the Calendar of Events Participate in campaign planning where appropriate Perform administrative tasks as assigned

Editorial internships

Description: Various editorail opportunities within Editorial Projects in Education.

Education and LGBT Internship

Description: LULAC is seeking an energetic undergraduate student interested in education, Latino lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality, passionate about advocacy, community organizing and program management. The candidate must have excellent oral and written communication, research, and organizational skills. The position will work with the LULAC Director of Policy and Legislation who co-chairs the Hispanic Education Coalition and manages LULAC’s Education Advocacy Program: Prompting High School Success (focus on Common Core Standards implementation). The position will also work with LULAC’s staff lead on the LULAC Equality Project, which builds partnerships with LULAC’s Rainbow councils, LGBT advocates in 10 states and national LGBT partner organizations. With those partners, the position will implement and track a public education campaign, Employee Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) state and federal advocacy and participate in a planning committee to host a day-long LGBT Latino Institute at the Creating Change Conference. The position will also assist in any other capacity needed as it pertains to LULAC’s programs and events. Current LULAC programs serve communities across the United States. 

Education and Youth Program Internship

Description: LULAC is seeking an energetic undergraduate student interested in education, youth, and health and passionate about youth leadership development, community development and program management. Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication, research, and organizational skills. The selected intern will assist with the management of the Ford Driving Dreams through Education program, Denny’s Hunger Relief Youth Leadership program, LULAC National Youth Pre-Convention and Convention, and assist in any other capacity needed as it pertains to LULAC’s programs. Current LULAC programs serve communities across the United States. 

 

Education Trust Communications Intern

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: The Education Trust internship program is for individuals who believe that all students can achieve at high levels and who want to work as part of a team committed to that goal. The program is designed for undergraduates, recent graduates, and graduate students who are capable of doing staff-level work under minimal supervision. Interns are treated as members of the staff and are expected to perform a wide variety of tasks. 

Interns work closely with designated Education Trust staff to develop and execute projects that will advance the organization’s agenda. This allows interns to broaden their professional skills and experiences. Assigned projects are based on the intern’s qualifications and interests as well as the needs of the organization.

Internships are typically paid positions. The hourly rate depends on the candidate’s education and experience. We discuss this with the applicant if and when an offer is made. Academic credit can be arranged through the intern’s sponsoring institution. All interns are expected to work in our Washington, D.C., office, unless otherwise noted.

Emma Bowen Foundation Internship Program

Application Deadline: January 08, 2018
Description: The Emma L. Bowen Foundation for Minority Interests in Media is a non-profit organization with a mission to create career opportunities in the media industry for youth of color through a program that focuses on scholastic achievement, direct work experience and professional development. If selected, you will have the opportunity to work within the field of media, develop valuable skills, and network with industry professionals each summer through college. Not only will you earn a salary, but matching dollars will also be set aside to help pay for your college expenses. We want to encourage you to make the most of this opportunity - your corporate sponsor and the Foundation will be there to help you, both professionally and personally, throughout the fellowship program.

Event & Marketing Internship (Spring 2015)

Description: The AAF internship is a robust program that involves students with ongoing projects in the American Advertising Federation's Special Events departments. The intern will provide administrative support for the department through maintenance of the Advertising Hall of Achievement, Advertising Hall of Fame and the National Conference. Other duties include coordination between departments, assistance on event preparation, sponsorship administration, e-blasts, and other various forms of e-marketing. Working Relationships Inside the organization: AAF staff: To ensure the smooth interaction between all departments as it pertains to the Events and Corporate ServicesDepartment. Outside the organization: AAF Membership (Corporate, grassroots and student members), Media (News media, industry partners and professional contacts)

Send resumes to lseppi@aaf.org

Executive Associate Program

Description: If you are an MBA student or graduate, we’d like to invite you to our 10 week Summer Executive Program! Executive Associates will be exposed to senior executive leadership while being placed into roles that seek thought-provoking, innovative and strategic application. For more information, please email MBArecruiting@mgmresorts.com.

Executive Office and Corporate Events Internship

Description: The Executive and Corporate Events Intern is ideal for candidates with ambition of becoming a leading executive. This position offers the opportunity to work in the Office of the President and CEO and make connections with CEA’s Executive level staff. Additionally, this position will shadow CEA’s President and CEO at the International CES. Critical Duties and Responsibilities -Shadow CEA’s President and CEO at the largest technology trade show, International CES in Las Vegas. This opportunity involves managing his schedule and all supporting logistics. -Support the Executive team with special event projects including board meeting preparation, and mass mailings. -Assist in coordination of internal meetings for CEA members and staff including arrangements for CEA luncheons, conferences, receptions and dinners. -Serve as an ambassador for the Office of the President and CEO. -Assist in generating correspondence, scheduling and tracking appointments, reserving travel (air, hotel, ground transport, etc.), preparing all expense reports and management of calendar. -Other duties as required by business needs.

Farm Animal Internship

Description: The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) works to reduce animal suffering and promote the welfare of all animals, including animals in agriculture. As a part of our mission, we promote humane farming systems and work to advance legislative and regulatory efforts to improve the conditions of farm animals. Farm animal interns have the opportunity to learn more about advocacy efforts to protect farm animals. Potential responsibilities include research and writing, tracking legislation and regulations, and drafting public policy comments. Projects will cover a range of factory farming issues; the intern will support AWI in its efforts to eliminate harmful on-farm practices, improve conditions during long-distance transport, encourage humane handling at slaughter, and educate the public regarding the meaning of welfare-related claims on food products. The ideal candidate will have a genuine interest in animal welfare and a background in law, public policy, or animal science. The internship is located in our Capitol Hill office and is unpaid. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Dena Jones at dena@awionline.org.

FBI Honors Internship Program

Application Deadline: Information on 2015 internship programs available on website at a later date.
Description: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Honors Internship Program is a paid internship opportunity that offers undergraduates, graduates or post-doctorate students throughout the country an exciting insider's view of FBI operations and an opportunity to explore career opportunities within the Bureau. The Honors Internship Program allows students to work at select Field Office locations across the country or in FBI Headquarters (FBIHQ) divisions located in Quantico, Virginia; Winchester, Virginia; Clarksburg, West Virginia; and Washington, DC, from June 1, 2014 through August 9, 2014. Please note that candidates selected for the program are solely responsible for housing, travel and commuting costs.

FBI Honors Interns will spend ten rewarding weeks in the summer working side-by-side with FBI employees on a variety of organizational issues or investigative matters that are vital to the FBI's mission. After completing a summer internship, interns have the opportunity to continue their internship throughout the year at selected field offices or FBIHQ divisions, by working a minimum of 16 hours per month in order to maintain their security clearance.

No matter what career path you eventually choose, serving as an FBI Honors Intern will be an experience you will never forget, and one that will benefit you in all of your future endeavors.

Federal Affairs Intern

Description:

The Federal Training Institute is committed to providing quality educational opportunities to develop and enable participants to realize their potential by strengthening their knowledge, skills, and professional competencies. We provide continuing education by expanding opportunities for personal growth and fostering the development and dissemination of public policies and social change activities. We realize the rapid changes of our nation present all agencies and companies with new and additional challenges in completing their various missions. We are committed to providing the support, training, and development at times to keep abreast of these changes. Our core value is committed to facilitating educational opportunities to participants to acquire or enhance the skills necessary to progress and develop within and beyond their potentials.

Foundation for Excellence in Education: Social Media Intern

Description: Responsibilities · Assist with daily social media activities, including creating content daily on Facebook and Twitter; fostering follower engagement through conversations/replies; and monitoring related activity to ensure compliance with relevant community standards. · Create engaging conversations on all social channels to drive engagement and participation. · Coordinate and increase fan/follower engagement on all social channels. · Ability to analyze social media metrics and translate the key learning into actionable insights. · Report to Director of Social Media successes and lessons learned. · Ability to adjust tactics based on analytic data. · Promote social media tactics as a fundamental part of the marketing media mix. · Work with internal teams to maximize efficiencies and maintain a fluid message to the target audience. Requirements · A strong team orientation with a positive, upbeat, professional and responsible attitude. · Ability to manage projects in collaboration with internal and external team members. · Exceptional communication skills, as well as experience writing in a distinct brand voice. · Working knowledge of and experience with social media measurement platforms. · Flexibility and the capacity to juggle multiple responsibilities at once.

Fox Filmed Entertainment (FFE) Talent Acquisition Operations - 1 Undergraduate (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Fox is proud to support a culture of creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and community that attracts the industry’s brightest talent. The Fox Internship Program offers an exciting opportunity for you to gain practical experience while interning for one of the biggest media and entertainment companies in the world. You will have the opportunity to participate in real-world projects, which provides valuable work experience and leadership skills. This post represents three exciting Talent Acquisition / HR internship opportunities with Fox for Spring 2015! The FOX Talent Acquisition Operations team is looking to hire an intern who is interested in a career in HR and working in the entertainment industry. The intern will gain real-world, hands-on HR and Recruiting experience within a major entertainment company. They will have the opportunity to work directly with the internship program managers and be able to participate in the planning and execution of intern events. This role is based in Century City, CA at the FOX Studio Plaza. Special Projects: Intern event planning and logistics management Exposure to Taleo applicant tracking system and the background check process Sourcing candidates

Program Length: The approximate dates of this internship are late January through late April. Interns must be available to work 20 hours per week for the duration of the internship. Application Process: Please submit a resume and a cover letter detailing your qualifications and area(s) of interest.

Fox Networks Group (FNG) Talent Acquisition Undergraduate Internship

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Fox Networks Group (FNG) is seeking a motivated, technically savvy undergraduate intern to work with the Talent Acquisition department. This internship is an exciting opportunity for a student looking to gain practical work experience in the human resources profession with a focus on contributing to the excellence of FNG’s recruitment practices. This role is based in Century City, CA on the Fox Studios lot. The intern will build a develop a detailed understanding of FNG’s business structure, core objectives and workforce needs, while working with a cross section of recruiters and hiring managers (nationally) to learn the recruitment process and provide effective and efficient support for a high volume of open positions. Responsibilities include: Collaborating with social media professionals within FNG to further develop and maintain our employment branding messaging, materials and campaigns. Partnering with Recruiters to execute crowd sourcing and other social media strategies focused on engaging a variety of professional organizations, schools and functionally-specific groups to grow our candidate pools. Researching associations, groups and other professional and student organizations that help drive our Audience Strategy philosophy and recruiting initiatives. Attending department meetings and events to learn HR best practices and develop more creative messaging for job postings and outreach.

Program Length: The approximate dates of this internship are late January through late April. Interns must be available to work 20 hours per week for the duration of the internship. Application Process: Please submit a resume and a cover letter detailing your qualifications and area(s) of interest.

Global News Summer Internships 2015 (Various cities)

Application Deadline: January 12, 2018
Description: The summer 2015 Global News Internship is a paid, highly selective, 12-week individually tailored training program for students who are aspiring cross-format journalists. Interns must have experience and/or training in video and one other format. They will contribute to AP’s text, video, photo and interactive reporting. 

Google's AdCamp

Application Deadline: March 01, 2018
Description: Online advertising is at the core of Google’s business and we’re thrilled to share the magic of our platforms with university students through Google AdCamp. AdCamp offers a collaborative curriculum focused on Google’s advertising sales and services operations, an overview of Google’s ad products and insight into the industry.

Up to 70 current university students will be selected to participate in an all-expense-paid AdCamp experience at one of Google’s offices. Participants will get the opportunity to meet with Googlers and interns, compete in a case competition, participate in social activities and get an inside look into helping small and medium businesses thrive.

Google's Bold Internship Program

Application Deadline: December 10, 2017
Description: BOLD interns are placed in teams across the business. Here are just a few teams that interns have joined in the past:

  • SMB Sales & Global Customer Experience:
  • Marketing
  • People Operations
  • gTech
  • Partnerships

Graduate Studies Program - Analysis

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our graduate studies program seeks motivated graduate students to serve internships in the analytic offices and centers of CIA's Directorate of Intelligence. Graduate studies interns work on teams with our full-time analysts. They research, analyze, write, and brief on international political, military, economic, scientific, technical, and leadership developments. In addition to their analytic responsibilities, graduate studies interns become familiar with the Agency and Intelligence Community by participating in a range of meetings and projects. The program allows participants and the Agency to assess opportunities for permanent employment following the participant's completion of graduate school.

Graduate Studies Program - Computer Science/Engineering

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our graduate studies program seeks motivated students pursuing degrees in Computer Science, Expert Systems, Hardware/Software, Networking, Programming, and Systems Analysis to work in the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology. You will be part of team providing quick-turnaround technical solutions to satisfy unique communications requirements that require the application and/or modification of both proprietary and commercial hardware and software. Additional responsibilities will include requirements definition, analysis, fabrication, test, and documentation.

Graduate Studies Program - Engineering

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our graduate studies program seeks highly motivated, creative, and innovative students who have outstanding interpersonal and team knowledge to help solve intelligence problems to work in the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology.

Assignments include: Developing quick turn-around technical solutions, which require the application and/or modification of hardware and software; working in an R&D environment focusing on identifying new materials, technologies and techniques that can be integrated into existing business areas; designing, fabricating and assembling all forms of mechanical devices from initial concept to completion or modification and customization of commercial products as well as providing after market services.

Graduate Studies Program - Information Management Officer

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Graduate interns serving within the Information Management occupation will work side-by-side with other officers that directly support CIA's Records and Information Management, Information Review and Release, and Classification Management Programs. Students will serve within one of three Information Management groups - Records Management and Technical Group, Information Review and Release Group, and Classification Management and Collaboration Group.

Graduate Studies Program - Instructional Designer

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: CIA University (CIAU) is seeking extraordinary graduate students to serve as innovative instructional designers. If you are talented, creative and want to make a difference, come help us develop creative learning solutions and improve Agency performance. You will design and evaluate mission-critical training programs used by CIA employees at all levels serving worldwide. You will work alongside subject matter experts and will partner with talented graphic designers and multimedia developers to design learning experiences. Candidates will leverage a variety of technologies, incorporate instructional design principles, and develop strategies to evaluate the outcomes of their work.

Graduate Studies Program - Librarian

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: The CIA Library hires motivated graduate and doctoral students to serve student tours at one of its locations or deployed to another office as an embedded Library resource. The Library is a component within the Agency's Open Source Center (OSC), which is the Intelligence Community's expert in collecting and analyzing publicly available (open) information in the foreign arena. Librarians manage traditional and digital collections and conduct research for all Agency needs, including other Intelligence Community partners. 

Graduate Studies Program - Open Source Officer

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: The Open Source Center seeks motivated graduate- and doctoral-level students with demonstrated reading proficiency in a foreign language for paid fellowships. Qualified candidates will have an opportunity to review and assess publicly available information in the foreign arena--including radio, television, press, geospatial sources, Internet sites--and specialized publications--to contribute to the  delivery of high-impact products to the US foreign affairs community.  These students hone their foreign language, area knowledge, and subject matter expertise to develop an understanding of how information collected supports policymakers.

HACU National Internship Program

Application Deadline: June 17, 2018
Description: The HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) offers extensive leadership training in conjunction with internship opportunities for college students with federal agencies or major corporations.

Health and Nutrition Advocacy Internship

Application Deadline: May 15, 2018
Description: In an effort to combat the obesity epidemic among Hispanics in the U.S., LULAC spearheaded the Latinos Living Healthy Initiative to introduce policy makers, the public health community and community leaders to policy priorities that benefit the health and wellness of the Latino community through programmatic and policy efforts.

Health Insurance & Financing Intern

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Working in the Health Insurance & Financing Section of the Domestic Social Policy Division, the intern will assist with one or both of the following projects: (1) A new CRS report that describes how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) affects health insurance coverage offered in the private health insurance market in terms of benefits, network adequacy, and costs. The intern will work with CRS analysts to research and write select sections of the report. (2) A new CRS report that provides a brief overview of the ACA health insurance exchanges. The report will be based on an existing CRS report on exchanges; the intern will determine the content of the shorter report and write the report with assistance from CRS analysts. Additionally, the intern will help CRS analysts respond to Congressional requests and participate in briefings and presentations as needed. Position requires: Strong writing skills, the ability to work independently, interest in health policy, and experience finding, reading and analyzing publications from academic journals, think tanks, and government agencies. Graduate or Ph.D. student preferred.

Health Policy Intern

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The intern will work on two projects in the Health Services and Research Section of the Domestic Social Policy Division.

(1) Compile a detailed funding history of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA); this project is impacted by budget documents in which line items do not sum to totals and by changes in the budget structure over time. (2) Update and expand a web-based database of information about prescription drug abuse policy, including legislation, hearings, position papers, research, etc.; this project uses SharePoint. Position requires: excellent attention to detail, advanced skill in Excel, including using formulas (e.g., IFERROR, VLOOKUP), linking data from one workbook to another and embedding html links, ability to learn new software, and skill in searching web-based databases (e.g. LexisNexis) and the Internet. All academic levels will be considered. 

Higher Education Intern

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Responsibilities Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting with projects such as the following: Utilize higher education datasets to analyze trends in college access, affordability, and success; to create fact sheets and data shows, and to support analyses for Education Trust publications Conduct literature reviews and policy scans on issues related to our higher education policy priorities and create written summaries Provide research support for responses to higher education policy and research inquiries from staff, media, and the public Assist with original data collection and database construction for projects examining college completion, access, and affordability.

Application Process To be considered for this internship, please provide: A cover letter A resume A writing sample (no more than five pages; sections from a longer paper are fine) You MUST combine your cover letter, resume, and writing samples into one document and upload that single document. Our application system will not allow you to upload more than one file.

Hospitality Internship Program (HIP)

Application Deadline: November 30, 2017
Description: Imagine working alongside a professional, in your field of interest, in one of the biggest resort destinations in the world! You'll get to show your specific skills and innovative personality to the leadership of your property and distinguish yourself among your peers, not to mention gain experience and training from one of the most prestigious companies in the world. We offer positions in more than just hospitality - from finance, to graphic design, to marketing (to name a few)! If you're looking for an internship program where you "grab coffee" for the office, this program is not for you! The Hospitality Internship Program (HIP) is geared towards providing college students the chance to demonstrate their leadership potential in a supportive environment as well as be given critical projects to work on and take part in collaborative and engaging workshops and classes. They will also attend exclusive property tours and luncheons with our company leaders and learn more about our company and how to build skills to prepare them for the business world. We provide our participants with mentors, professional development, and even offer housing options in one of our own hotels while you stay here! MGM Resorts International is glad to welcome you to explore the opportunities we have for you! At a glance: Our Hospitality Internship Program has been around since 1993. It's a full-time paid internship program that starts every June and lasts 10 weeks. You'll have the opportunity to meet executives, work in 1-2 areas within the division you applied for, tour our properties, and participate in professional development seminars and courses. We offer a housing option for a small fee, including meals, and the opportunity to live on the Las Vegas Strip! We also have fun Housing Program Activities like pool parties, shows, dinners, or even going to the Adventuredome Theme Park together! Our interns are busy working on strategic projects, shadowing and learning a great career foundation from the industry's top leaders. We have normal housing communities and thriving downtown community with a performing arts center, award-winning medical facilities and a nature preserve.

House Policy Council Internship

Application Deadline: March 20, 2018
Description:

The Housing Policy Council of the Financial Services Roundtable seeks intern to support staff and its member companies. The ideal candidate should have strong oral and written communications skills along with being a results/outcome oriented person. Adaptability, very strong scheduling skills, meeting planning capability, time management, analytical, critical thinking skills and excellent organizational skills essential. Proficiency with computer programs a must, particularly MS Outlook/Calendar. Position best suited for high energy individual who enjoys working with people.

Human Resources Internship

Description: United Methodist Communications annually selects a limited number of persons to serve as interns in its Nashville, New York or Washington offices. Location of the training experiences is determined by the vocational interests of the applicant and the type of services offered by the three locations.

Institute for Policy Studies' Changemaker Fellowship

Application Deadline: December 10, 2017
Description: The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) seeks dedicated young folks hungry for systemic transformation to join our spring 2016 internship program. The world crisis in governance and economic stability demands that we do our best to prepare to secure and sustain a more just, green, and peaceful future. At IPS we aim to compel action by sharpening young voices and new ideas through training in public scholarship, a term we define as the connection between policy research and grassroots activism. Team up with us for this program, and you can forget fetching coffee and filing folders!

Intern - Graphic Design (Spring)

Description: D.C. United seeks an enthusiastic Graphic Design Intern. The Graphic Design Intern will assist in all creative projects spanning from print to digital advertising, Marketing collateral and other club needs. The Graphic Design intern will be a core member of the United design team. Candidate should have interest and experience in designing for print and interactive media, preferably for a sports team. The Graphic Design Intern must be able to design within the constraints of the brand identity and maintain consistency of design across each medium. Goals: This isn’t a fetch coffee, make copies type of internship. Your designs will be used in real D.C. United Marketing and digital materials and you’ll be expected to contribute and participate like a full-time member of our team. We want you to get the most out of your time with the Black-and-Red! Responsibilities: -Work closely with Graphic Designer & Advertising/Production Manager to ensure projects are completed within deadline and reflect D.C. United brand standards -Use exceptional design skills to create original, innovative concepts and designs that appropriately reflect D.C. United branding and applications -Understand and apply new technologies that encourage innovation -Work with various internal departments to meet design needs and goals

Intern, Development & Board Relations

Description: The Intern, Development & Board Relations plays an important role by providing administrative support to the Development and Board Relations unit around a range of activities designed to foster dialogue and engagement with key members of the philanthropic and business communities.

 The Intern’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Providing organizational and logistical support to members of the Development & Board Relations unit.
  • Conducting in-depth prospect research for both fundraising and board of directors recruitment.
  • Assisting in developing memos, backgrounders, formal letters, and correspondence to support Achieve’s on-going board of directors recruitment and engagement efforts.
  • Assisting in compiling briefing materials for key units and senior leadership.
  • Exploring grant opportunities and assist with preparation of grant proposals and reports
  • Working with the SVP to help research and design a corporate advisory council and to support on-going meetings of Achieve’s current ad-hoc corporate advisory group.
  • Maintaining foundation, corporation and third-party advocate files.
  • Continually update and correct database records.
  • Assisting in drafting grant correspondence.
  • Data entry and other duties as assigned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intern, Division of Adolescent Health Services

Description: Advocates for Youth's Division of Adolescent Sexual Health Services provides information, training, and technical assistance on science-based teen pregnancy prevention strategies, including contraceptive access and education, for health care providers, educators, and youth-serving professionals. Over the last 10 years, the Division has worked intensively with state and local teen pregnancy prevention organizations to help build their capacity to promote and implement science-based teen pregnancy prevention strategies in their regions. Currently, through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Advocates provides capacity-building technical assistance and training to nine community-based projects. In addition, with support from private foundations, the Division is working in eight sites to promote contraceptive education and access through pharmacies, family planning clinics, hospitals, and businesses and through youth-led social media outreach.

RESPONSIBILITES AND WORK ACTIVITIES: Collect data for the development of case studies, training materials and other publications, including curricula, fact sheets, bibliographies, literature reviews, planning guides, and toolkits. Work with Evaluation Director to collect and compile data needed for case studies and other publications. Compile policies and procedures collected from all of the grantees to create a model policy and procedures manual that provides recommendations for youth engagement and youth/adult partnerships in community-wide TPP projects. Assist with the development of the annual CDC project continuation application, interim/annual report, and final report, and oversee the completion and submission of technical assistance reports to the CDC. Write blogs on the Advocates for Youth website on the strengths, opportunities, challenges and results of engaging the youth voice in the TPP conversations. Complete other tasks as assigned.

If you are interested in this position, please email your resume, a cover letter, and a writing sample to: Hillary O’Brien at hillary@advocatesforyouth.org. No phone calls please

Intern, Science Initiatives

Application Deadline: ASAP
Description: Achieve’s Science Initiatives unit is offering an internship to support state work relating to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) implementation and other critical projects.

The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are K-12 science standards created through a collaborative, state-led process. The standards are based on the Framework for K-12 Science Education, which was developed by the National Research Council, the staffing arm of the National Academy of Sciences, and identifies what students need to know and be able to do to be a functional citizen, which includes being scientifically literate and an effective member of the U.S. workforce.

Next Generation Science Standards 

•Support NGSS state and network activities and communications. 

•Assist with the development of science education support materials. 

•Provide analyses of key developments and share regular updates with select Achieve staff regarding the NGSS. 

•Provide planning and implementation support for online and in-person meetings, including coordinating logistics and providing on-site support. 

•Assist with maintenance of internal databases

 

Other Responsibilities 

•Attend report releases and other DC policy events. 

•Summarize relevant policy reports and other publications. 

•Provide general and administrative support as needed.

International Trade and Finance Intern (Asia)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The intern will work with a CRS analyst in the Foreign Affairs, Defense and Trade Division on a number of projects involving U.S. trade and economic relations with China. The work is expected to include, for use by Members of Congress and staff, a new report on China’s state-owned enterprises. The intern will also help answer Congressional requests on China and attend CRS briefings conducted for Congressional staff. The ideal candidate will have working knowledge of the Chinese language in order to help translate Chinese government documents and reports, good research and writing skills, and basic knowledge of the Chinese economy. Undergraduate or graduate student preferred.

Internship

Description: We are always looking for energetic and talented college and graduate students, or recent graduates with a demonstrated passion for civic engagement and philanthropy to join our team as interns at the Case Foundation. If this sounds like you, please read the job description below! Applicants with specific interest and experience in social innovation campaigns and initiatives, marketing, communications, and, web strategy are preferred. Internships at the Case Foundation offer college students invaluable resume building work experience and networking opportunities! Not only will Interns work closely with members of the Case Foundation team and have the opportunity to learn about and contribute to many aspects of our business, but they also get to interact with our partner organizations and participate in events that feature leaders in the community. Additionally, you will participate in an ongoing research project on a topic of your choice, designed to challenge and supplement your on-the-job learning and presentation skills. What You Will Learn Interns are an integral part of a small team at the Foundation, and handle a variety of projects to support the Foundation's mission of investing in big ideas that can change the world. Case Foundation interns learn key philanthropy strategies, marketing and communications skills and are provided ample opportunities to engage with our partners in the nonprofit, government and corporate sectors. They will support our social innovation programs, marketing and communications efforts, interactive strategies, and office operations on a range of tasks including the following: Conduct research and prepare reports and/or blogs on Foundation topics of interest such as Prizes and Challenges, Technology for Social Good and Impact Investing Assist with grants management and learn to evaluate grantee agreements and reports Help with outreach to nonprofits and external partners for program activities Attend events on behalf of the Foundation, or for professional development opportunities Assist with special event planning and organization Contribute and help maintain/enhance social media and networking presence Write posts for Foundation blog and assist in blogger outreach Perform project-specific marketing and communications outreach Help to add content to our website, including resources, building our online photo gallery, as well as the video gallery To Apply: Please email resume and cover letter to contactus@casefoundation.org, using the subject line: “Internship.” In your cover letter, please outline your interest in the Case Foundation and what you hope to gain from this internship experience. We will only contact candidates who will be asked for interviews. No phone calls please.

Internship (Summer)

Description: This internship supports the NEA’s strategic objective to focus the energy and resources of its 3 million members toward the promotion of public education by providing a variety of learning opportunities and services to several NEA Centers and/or departments. A limited number of volunteer, unpaid internships are available at the National Education Association. The internship program will be accepting applications until all positions are filled. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act: The position involves analytical and problem-solving skills; use of clear and articulate speech; written/oral communication skills; interpersonal and customer service skills; light lifting (up to 10 lbs.); use of a computer keyboard; sitting/standing for long periods and ability to travel by various means, e.g., train, plane, automobile. Position Summary: The NEA partners with institutions of higher education and other organizations to identify interns- generally juniors, seniors, recent college graduates or graduate students- who are interested in public education policy and education issues. Students pursuing degrees in Education, Political Science, Journalism and Communications, International Relations, Finance, Information Technology, Business Administration and Human Resources are encouraged to apply. The volunteer internship program provides interns with training and learning opportunities and a variety of rich and substantive programmatic work experiences that support quality public education. These experiences may include conducting research; data analysis; writing, editing, using Internet applications and social media; participating in and assisting with meetings and policy forums; visits to Capitol Hill; and other appropriate program-related activities. The internships range from six weeks to a full semester. The Summer 2015 volunteer internship session will begin on or about June 9, 2015 and end on August 27, 2015. Volunteer interns may work 25-35 hours a week (based on specific program requirements) and receive course credit for the experience.

Internship Experience Program (IEP)

Description: The U.S. Department of State’s Pathways Internship Program includes both the Internship Temporary Program (ITEP) and the Internship Experience Program (IEP). Both programs are targeted toward U.S. citizens enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions from high school to graduate school and professional academic levels. Both programs provide students with opportunities to explore Federal careers while being paid for the work performed. Interns in this program are appointed to permanent, excepted service appointments and do not have a not to exceed date. The appointment is expected to last the length of the academic program for which the intern is enrolled. IEP participants, while in the program, are eligible for noncompetitive promotions if they meet the developed qualification standards for the position. IEP interns are also eligible for federal employee benefits (e.g. life, health, and retirement). Like ITEP participants, IEP participants are eligible for noncompetitive conversions to the competitive service within 120 days of program completion. For specific inquiries on the Pathways Internship Programs (ITEP and IEP), please contact HRSC@state.gov View the forum for more information, or to post follow up questions. How to Apply We recommend that you register under Keep Me Informed to receive automatic notifications when these opportunities open. You can visit USAJobs to start the online application process and search for the specific vacancy announcement number when open.

Internship Temporary Program (ITEP)

Description: The U.S. Department of State’s Pathways Internship Program includes both the Internship Temporary Program (ITEP) and the Internship Experience Program (IEP). Both programs are targeted toward U.S. citizens enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions from high school to graduate school and professional academic levels. Both programs provide students with opportunities to explore Federal careers while being paid for the work performed. The temporary nature of the ITEP allows for interns to work during seasonal and holiday breaks in academic programs as well as year-round. Interns in this program are appointed to temporary appointments, not to exceed one year or their projected graduation date (whichever is shorter) and extensions may be made in one year increments. The positions to which the interns are appointed have no promotion potential, therefore, students must apply through USAJobs to be considered for higher-graded positions. ITEP participants are not eligible for benefits until completion of one year of continuous employment. Once this requirement is met, ITEP participants are eligible for health benefits; however they must pay the full premium. ITEP participants are eligible for noncompetitive conversions to the competitive service within 120 days of completion of the Pathways Program. For specific inquiries on the Pathways Internship Programs (ITEP and IEP), please contact HRSC@state.gov View the forum for more information, or to post follow up questions. How to Apply We recommend that you register under Keep Me Informed to receive automatic notifications when these opportunities open. You can visit USAJobs to start the online application process and search for the specific vacancy announcement number when open.

Internship with Congressman Becerra

Description: Learn about the inner workings of Congress with a fun and fast-paced office! Congressman Xavier Becerra, Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus and a senior member of the Committee on Ways and Means has opportunities for unpaid interns for the Spring 2014 quarter/semester in his Washington D.C office. Responsibilities include general administrative tasks such as answering phones, sorting mail, entering constituent mail, entering constituent information into Capitol Correspond, and running errands. Interns also assist legislative and press staff with researching and analyzing issues for hearings, speeches, and talking points. Interns may also have the opportunity to draft constituent letters, Dear Colleagues, press releases, briefing memos and statements for the Congressional record. Applicants should be motivated, detail-orientated, and possess excellent verbal and written communications skills. 

Internship with the office of Congresswoman Norma M. Torres

Description: Non-paid student internship opportunities are available for the summer of 2015 in the Office of U.S. Representative Norma Torres. Congresswoman Torres represents the 35th Congressional District, which includes the cities of Pomona, Chino, Ontario, Rialto, Bloomington, and Fontana. Internship positions are available in both our Capitol and District offices. Under House Administration rules, internships must serve an educational purpose and are typically filled by undergraduate, graduate or law school students.

Our summer programs offer flexible hours to easily coincide with a student’s school schedule. Duties vary widely and include, but are not limited to: working with legislative staff; drafting responses to constituent mail; monitoring hearings; conducting legislative research; working on press outreach and information gathering projects; giving capitol tours; processing mail; answering phones and other various staff support work.

Internship with the Office of Rep. Cardenas

Description:

Congressman Tony Cárdenas is looking for interns to join his Washington, D.C. team for a part- or full-time, unpaid internship starting as soon as possible, for a duration of three months or longer. We will also review applications for winter term internships.

Internship with the office of Rep. Honda

Description: Congressman Honda is seeking fall interns for Washington office!

Congressman Mike Honda represents California’s 17th Congressional District, which includes much of Silicon Valley.  He serves on the prestigious Appropriations Committee’s subcommittees on Commerce, Justice, and Science and on Energy and Water. He is a champion of progressive ideals has a strong focus on education, civil rights, and science and technology policy.

Internship with the office of Rep. Raul Grijalva

Application Deadline: January 15, 2018
Description: In Washington:

In the D.C. Congressional Office, interns work closely with legislative and press staff, conduct legislative outreach and research, answer office phones, distribute mail, communicate with constituents, and may have the opportunity to assist with activities in the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee (Minority).  In the Natural Resources Committee, interns assist committee staff with administrative support, conducting legislative research, compiling data, and drafting correspondence. In addition, interns in both offices may attend committee hearings, briefings, and meetings.

Preference is given to students and individuals from Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District, although all qualified applicants are carefully considered. Interns are unpaid and are responsible for lodging and transportation. Applicants are highly encouraged to explore scholarship opportunities that may be offered through their respective institutions or by other programs.

Anyone interested in working in the D.C. Congressional office should submit a cover letter, resume, and a one-page writing sample to Cristina Villa, Rep. Grijalva’s internship coordinator, at Cristina.Villa@mail.house.gov. Those seeking to apply directly with the U.S. Natural Resources Committee (Minority) should indicate this in their application. 

 

 

In Tucson, Somerton & Avondale:

Interns at district offices help staff provide constituent services to residents of the Third Congressional District. Interns also perform administrative tasks and may be asked to work on special projects for public outreach, events and other needs of the office. Internships for the Tucson, Somerton, and Avondale offices are available at the beginning of each semester. There is no hard deadline, but earlier applications may be given priority.

Tucson District Office – Submit an application form, cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to Alexandra Martinez at Alexandra.Martinez@mail.house.gov

Somerton District Office – Submit an application form, cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to Martha Garcia at Martha.Garcia@mail.house.gov.

 

Avondale District Office – Submit an application form, cover letter, resume and a short writing sample to Jennifer Papworth at Jennifer.Papworth@mail.house.gov.

Internship with the office of Senator Amy Klobuchar

Application Deadline: August 01, 2017
Description:

The Washington office of Senator Amy Klobuchar is currently accepting internship applications for the 2015 Fall session. An internship with the Senator’s office is a terrific chance for students to gain first-hand experience with both the legislative process and constituent services in the United States Senate.

 Interns assist the office in a variety of legislative and administrative capacities.  Interns support legislative staff by conducting policy research, attending briefings, and preparing for hearings. They are also asked to give tours of the U.S. Capitol to constituents and assist with constituent correspondence by letter, email, and phone.  During your time in the office, you will learn your way around Capitol Hill and become familiar with the daily operations of a Senate office.

 

The Fall Internship runs from September to December and is available both part time and full time. If you will be attending classes while you are here we ask that you note that on your internship application, as well as what days and times you are available to work. We are happy to coordinate with educational institutions and students to develop internships for academic credit.

Internship with the office of Senator Charles E. Schumer

Description: Sen. Charles Schumer’s Office seeks self-motivated and professional college students or recent college graduates for a part-time or full-time spring internship in Washington, DC from January to May 2016. Intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to: researching legislative issues, attending hearings, preparing follow-up memos, performing legislative research, answering phones, processing mail and other administrative duties.  This internship presents an opportunity for both a unique learning experience and an inside look at the political process. 

Internships within KaBOOM!

Description: If you want to join our dynamic organization, you can browse the current job listings at KaBOOM! and apply. Individuals must complete an online application for each specific position. Please don’t forget to include a thoughtful cover letter along with your application.

James E. Webb Internship Program (Spring)

Application Deadline: October 01, 2017
Description: This program was established in honor of the late James. E. Webb, Regent Emeritus and former Administrator of the National Air and Space Administration (NASA). These learning opportunities are intended to increase participation of minority groups who are underrepresented in the management of not-for-profit scientific and cultural organizations. Interns are placed with mentors in offices, museums, and research institutes throughout the Smithsonian Institution.

There are 3 sessions: Spring, Summer and Fall. The dates given below refer to Spring 2015

Judicial Intern Opportunity Program

Application Deadline: Applications will continue to be processed until all positions have been filled
Description: The mission of the Judicial Intern Opportunity Program is to provide opportunities to students who are members of racial and ethnic groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the profession. The program also provides opportunities to students with disabilities, students who are economically disadvantaged, and students who identify themselves as LGBT.

Participating judges are from Phoenix, AZ; Miami, FL; Philadelphia, PA (including Camden, NJ); New York, NY; and Seattle, WA. Internships are also available in several cities in California, Illinois and Texas.

Students may indicate geographic location preferences on their applications, but may not request particular judges or courts. Interns will receive an award of $2,000.

Internships for students with an Intellectual Property Law focus will be offered in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Texas, and Washington, D.C. Students can indicate their interest on their applications. These specialized spots are limited and any student applying to the program with a request for specialization will also be considered for general litigation internships.

Judicial Internship Program

Application Deadline: Varies
Description: Congress created the statutory position of the Counselor to the Chief Justice in 1972 to aid in the increasingly complex planning and leadership duties of the Chief Justice. Within the Court, the Counselor serves as the Chief Justice's chief operating officer. Outside of the Court, the Counselor supports the Chief Justice in his broad-ranging responsibility as head of the federal judiciary, including in his roles as presiding officer of the Judicial Conference of the United States, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Federal Judicial Center, and Chancellor of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution.  The Counselor is also the Chief Justice's point of contact and representative for many varied entities having business with the Court, including judicial organizations, bar associations, foreign courts, and visiting dignitaries.

Korn Ferry Research Associate- Summer Intern

Description: The Research Associate – Summer Intern will be responsible for providing research support for the executive search business within the Washington, DC office. The Intern will work with consultants, senior associates, and research associates on an assignment basis. He/ she will work with the team to identify candidates, as well as work on long-term business development projects. Additionally, Interns will be encouraged to participate in professional development sessions with Korn Ferry colleagues in order to gain insight into the executive search industry and to develop professional skills.

Latin America Initiative

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Latin America Initiative (LAI) in the Foreign Policy Program at Brookings is seeking one part-time (20 hours per week) Summer 2014 Intern to assist with research projects, events, administrative and outreach activities.

 

Daily tasks will include conducting research pertaining to LAI projects and activities, maintaining contact databases, assisting with the organization of events, managing social media for the initiative, attending meetings on behalf of LAI, and briefing senior fellows and support staff.

The internship is based in Washington, DC, and will last from June to August. Please note that all internships are unpaid and candidates must be authorized to work in the United States.

LATINA Style, Inc. Internship

Description: This is a full-time or part-time internship offering exposure to the publishing, editing, marketing, and graphic design world. Interns learn how the magazine is put together and how the editorial and graphic design departments work together to make it happen. The intern will also work closely with the Publisher of the magazine by assisting him with special projects in advertising, as well as with corporate and public relations, which will help them develop excellent communication skills. This also gives them the opportunity to meet business people (entrepreneurs and/or at the corporate level) nationwide. The intern is also offered the opportunity to attend high-profile events in the area either organized by the Magazine or by partner organizations.

 

Overall, it is a competitive experience that allows individuals to grow and get experience in the different fields of publishing.

Latino Heritage Internship Program

Application Deadline: March 31, 2018
Description: The National Park Service and Hispanic Access Foundation’s Latino Heritage Internship Program is designed to engage the next generation of conservation stewards. The program will raise awareness of our national parks and historic sites, their accessibility and the need for the Latino community’s involvement in their preservation.

For this purpose, HAF will select and oversee twenty highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students to work alongside NPS historians, interpreters, archaeologists, architects, and curators on cultural resources projects in different park units, offices and historical sites throughout the nation. Students will have substantive assignments in their areas of study, work closely with NPS staff day-to-day and receive additional mentoring and support through HAF. These ten-week internships will be compensated with a weekly stipend, and housing and transportation costs will be fully covered. 

LCLAA's Internship Program

Description: In an effort to reach out to the Latino community and increase youth leadership development, LCLAA hosts full and part-time, unpaid internships at their Washington, D.C. headquarters all year. Interns will have the opportunity to get involved in an organization that works to educate mobilize and advance the economic, social and political interests of Latino workers, their families and their communities.

Areas include: Communications, Policy & Advocacy and Environmental Research & Advocacy.

Legal Internship

Description: The Association of Public Television Stations (APTS) is seeking a second or third year law student as a law clerk in its Legal department. Students interested in establishing a legal career in the telecommunications industry or in the Executive or Legislative Branches of Government are encouraged to apply. The Intern will assist in researching and drafting APTS comments to file in FCC proceedings and review and summarize comments filed by other parties in FCC proceedings. The Intern may also assist in the drafting of suggested statutory and committee report language and hearing questions. Additionally, the Intern will perform basic research projects on telecommunications issues i.e.: digital television and nonprofit access to telecommunications technologies, and respond to APTS members' inquiries by researching responses and drafting correspondence to member stations, as well as work on projects in other departments as needed. APTS is seeking someone with availability in the winter semester (January through March) for a minimum of 25 hours a week. Commuting costs will be reimbursed up to company limits. A bonus stipend is available based on work quality.

Legal Research Intern

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Working in the American Law consulting section of the Knowledge Services Group, the intern will assist law librarians with responding to large requests such as retrieving and formatting information for 50-state surveys and compiling documents for legislative histories of selected Acts. The ideal candidate will have an interest in legal research and strong research and problem solving skills. Undergraduate or graduate students pursuing pre-law or legal studies are encouraged to apply.

Legislative Internship (Fall, Spring and Summer)

Description: AWI seeks two legislative interns every fall, spring, and summer. This is a great opportunity for law students, political science students, or anyone with a passion for making a difference in the lives of animals. Interns will assist our government and legal affairs staff in maintaining updated Hill contact lists, delivering documents to and attend meetings with Congressional offices and assisting staff in research; as well as miscellaneous tasks of an administrative nature. No specific academic major is required; however, preferred candidates will have a strong work ethic and be willing to take on any project. Interns may work full-time or part-time and can arrange to receive course credit. Please submit a resume and cover letter, stating why you wish to become an advocate for animals to Chris Heyde at chris@awionline.org. These positions are located in our Capitol Hill office and are unpaid.

Library Intern

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Projects/assignments the intern is expected to work on in the Government & Finance consulting section of the Knowledge Services Group include; conducting research under the guidance of an Information Research Specialist, attending training on legislative process and information research, and participating in collection management and development activities. The ideal candidate will have an interest in library services and operations, experience performing research, interest in public policy development, and an interest in government operations. Undergraduate or graduate student preferred.

Library Intern II

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Working in the Domestic Social Policy consulting section of the Knowledge Services Group, the intern will assist in setting up and

populating SharePoint sites on gun violence and immigration. Duties may also include providing research support in the

consulting area. The ideal candidate will be a current library/information science student or have an interest in library services.

Candidates should have experience using SharePoint, Excel, Adobe Pro, and some database aggregators (e.g. LexisNexis).

Undergraduate or graduate student preferred.

Lumina Foundation Policy Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: March 27, 2018
Description: The Lumina Foundation seeks a paid, graduate-level intern with higher education and state/federal policy familiarity for the Spring 2015 semester. The intern will assist with research, analysis, project, and writing support to Lumina's Washington DC based staff, specifically on Lumina's Strategy 5, advance federal policy for increased attainment, and Strategy 6, create new models of student financial support. Lumina is an independent, private foundation committed to increasing the proportion of Americans who have high-quality, college-level learning. Our mission is defined by a specific goal: to increase the proportion of Americans with high-quality college degrees, certificates and credentials to 60 percent by 2025. Lumina's outcomes-based approach focuses on helping to design and build an accessible, responsive and accountable higher education system while fostering a national sense of urgency to achieve this goal, known as Goal 2025. RESPONSIBILITIES: The candidate will be required to provide support and assistance on the delivery of specific projects across the DC based staff. This will involve minimal administrative support; liaising with a wide variety of people and organizations, undertaking background research and literature reviews; writing, proofing and editing of important deliverables; and the organization of events. -Work with Strategy Directors and Associate to conduct federal policy and student financial support outreach; -Conduct research on policy issues, and help staff in the development of relevant deliverables; and -Assist Policy Associate with the tracking, collecting and monitoring of databases relevant to strategy work. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: -Strong communication (written and oral) & analytical skills -Ability to work independently -Digital & technical literacy -Ability to collaborate and willingness to work with a team -Familiarity with federal policy environment -Familiarity with higher education policy, especially barriers to completion for 21st Century students (students of color, low income students, first generation students, adults, veterans, etc.) -Familiarity with barriers, policy issues, and effective practice related to student financial support, with an emphasis on state and federal financial aid models DURATION & SCHEDULE: -12-15 weeks -January 26th - May 1st (dates open to negotiation) -Minimum 20 hrs/week, 30 hrs/week preferred -Flexibility negotiated with supervisor (additional hours per week may also be negotiated)

Magnet Schools of America (MSA) internship

Application Deadline: April 15, 2018
Description:

Magnet Schools of America (MSA) is offering a summer internship for an intelligent, driven, and enterprising undergraduate or graduate student interested in learning more about education policy and nonprofit work in Washington, DC. Through their work with Magnet Schools of America, our interns gain specific knowledge about magnet schools, the school choice movement, and the current successes and challenges of the K-12 public education system.

Management Associate Program (MAP)

Application Deadline: November 30, 2017
Description: Our Management Associate Program (MAP) is a more in-depth learning experience than our Hospitality Internship Program. With the same career building goal in mind, we encourage our MAP participants to go above and beyond in a friendly, supportive, and competitive environment. MAP is geared towards recent college graduates, and upon successful completion of the program, you’ll be given an assistant manager or equivalent position in the company. Our Management Associates are innovative, creative, critical thinkers who are flexible and adaptable to meet the demands of our daily operations. They are interested in cross-functional areas outside their division of interest, to develop a full understanding of our company. Our Management Associates are our future leaders. At a glance: Our Management Associate Program is a 12-month leadership development opportunity for recent grads. It's been around since 1989 and many of our property presidents and vice presidents are alumni of the Management Associate Program. Upon successful completion, our MAP's are placed in entry-level leadership roles to build a solid career foundation for future leadership opportunities. You'll build a company network many dream of having the opportunity to create – and you'll get to know Associates from all areas of operations across the Company. MGM Resorts offers development at every stage of your career from when you're a Hospitality Intern or a Management Associate and beyond. We also provide all full time employees with $2,100 per year in tuition assistance to pursue a degree or certification.

Marketing and Communications Internship

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: We are seeking an individual to support the marketing and communications team. Intern responsibilities may include writing, editing, design, research, media outreach, online and social media work and administrative duties. Qualified and interested applicants should submit a Word formatted resume and cover letter to jobs@tns.org. Please identify the position for which you are applying in the subject line. Only applicants meeting minimum qualifications for the position will be considered. No phone calls please.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Qualified and interested applicants should submit a Word formatted resume and cover letter to jobs@tns.org. Please identify the position for which you are applying in the subject line. Only applicants meeting minimum qualifications for the position will be considered. No phone calls please.

Marketing and Communications Internship

Description: CHCI seeks a bright, motivated college student or recent graduate to provide essential assistance to its Marketing & Communications team. The Intern will help promote large-scale, national events and build valuable, professional contacts in the Washington D.C. area. This is an excellent opportunity to further a career in marketing and/or social media. CHCI internships provide students hands on experience in the organization's mission of developing the next generation of Latino leaders, while honing their own leadership skills and making important career development connections. POSITION OVERVIEW: The Marketing Intern works closely with the communications team to help promote the organization’s key programmatic fundraising events, Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM). The 2013 HHM events will be celebrated from September 30 to October 2 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Attendance is anticipated to exceed 4,000 attendees for CHCI’s Public Policy Conference and 36th Annual Awards Gala. Combined, these events represent the largest and most prestigious gathering of Hispanic leaders in the nation. Attendees and guests will include national leaders, elected officials, corporate executives, community activists, educators, entertainers, and media personalities. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The intern’s primary projects will be coordinating social media in support of the MarCom Manager. • Help research and curate content for social media • Help develop a Social Media Toolkit for speakers, panelists, and media partners • Help develop a Facebook Trivia Contest using Wildfire for Hispanic Heritage Month • Some general office administration

This is an unpaid internship; however, the intern will receive letters of recommendation as appropriate, along with an evaluation upon completion. Flexible schedule: hours and length of commitment are negotiable. The intern will be invited to work onsite September 29 – October 2 for the event and gala. PLEASE SEND RÉSUMÉ AND COVER LETTER TO: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Attention: Linda Thoms, Director, Human Resources lthoms@chci.org Washington, D.C. 20002 • Fax (202) 546-2143

Marketing Internship (Spring)

Description: We are looking for students who are interested in gaining experience in grassroots marketing, event management, game day operations and day-to-day business operations. Students who are available at least 30 hours/week for 3-4 months are preferred. D.C. United accepts a limited number of interns to ensure that interns gain valuable work experience. Essential Functions: The primary responsibility is to provide weekday and game day assistance to the Marketing Department. Interns will be expected to assist with the following: Lead-generation on game days and at grassroots events Company vehicle maintenance Collateral and premium item inventory Mascot program Lot 8 tailgate Game-specific ticket promotions Game day operations responsibilities, which includes working all weekend and weeknight games. Game day duties may include working on promotions, customer service, stadium set-up and teardown Some responsibilities will include clerical work such as filing, data entry, copying and correspondence. Supportive Functions: In addition to performance of the essential functions, this position may be required to assist other departments with various projects. Interaction with other departments is highly encouraged as we aim to provide the most comprehensive learning experience for interns.

Military Personnel Intern

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Working in the Defense Budget, Manpower and Management Section of the Foreign Affairs, Defense and Trade Division, the intern will conduct research on military personnel policy topics related to military compensation and force structure, and draft written products based on this research. The ideal candidate will have some prior background in military personnel policy; superior research and writing skills; ability to work independently with minimal supervision; and proficiency with standard Microsoft Office products. Graduate students and Ph.D. candidates with a concentration in public policy, national security, government, or political science are encourage to apply.

Minority Access National Internship Program

Application Deadline: July 01, 2018
Description: The Minority Access National Internship Program is designed to allow talented undergraduate and graduate students experience the diversity and scope of career opportunities available in the federal government and other participating entities. The program provides students with the opportunity to merge academic theory with practical application in the workplace.

Minority Access interns receive pre-employment training, expert counseling on career choices, financial management and professional development, and recognition for fulfilling the requirements of the program. The Minority Access National Internship Program staff is available at all times to lend assistance to the interns.

Minority Educational Institution Student Partnership Program

Application Deadline: March 31, 2018
Description: The 2014 Minority Educational Institution Student Partnership Program offers talented undergraduate and graduate students summer internship positions with the U.S. Department of Energy and its national laboratories. Positions involve scientific research or a focus on policy, business, and government relations. All internships include paid lodging, round trip airfare, and monetary compensation.

As Program participants, students receive an intensive 8-10 week assignment to "jump-start" their careers and develop their potential for future opportunities within the federal government. Students work side-by-side with leading scientists, engineers, and other top professionals to develop professional skills and enhance leadership capabilities.

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Minority Internship Program

Application Deadline: Various (Summer and Fall: February 1; Spring: October 1)
Description: Smithsonian offers interns infinite opportunities to explore and discover. The Office of Fellowships and Internships is committed to increasing the participation of U.S. Citizens and U.S. permanent residents who have previously been underrepresented at the Smithsonian.

The Minority Internship Program administered through the Office of Fellowships and Internships provides students the opportunity to experience the Smithsonian as a universal lens for learning. Under the guidance of Smithsonian staff who are experts in their fields, Smithsonian Minority Interns are inspired to learn, examine and collaborate in their specific academic fields that relate to current research at the Smithsonian.

MLT Career Advancement Program

Application Deadline: May 31, 2018
Description: Navigating the last several stages and transitions to the senior executive level can often be the most challenging and least straight-forward of one's career. Each rising executive's path tends to be unique based on their prior experience, company culture and values, and personal strengths and development areas. There are often very few people who have navigated a similar path to senior leadership who can be relied upon for guidance and it can be challenging to understand what it takes to stay on track to reaching the executive levels.

MLT's Career Advancement Program (CAP) is designed to help high-potential mid-career professionals continue to advance in the pipeline to senior leadership. CAP provides Rising Leaders with a personal roadmap for continuing to advance toward the executive level, a high-performing network of peers from other organizations, frequent one-on-one coaching from an executive coach, and practical leadership development content based on the competencies needed to be a successful senior executive. The typical CAP Rising Leader has at least two years of post-graduate (MBA, MS, MPS, JD, PhD, etc) work experience and has been identified by their organization as having high potential to become a senior executive.

MLT Career Prep Program

Application Deadline: March 01, 2018
Description: Prepare under-represented minority students with solid academic track records for success in fast-track entry-level jobs at top employers.

Each Rising Leader has a dedicated relationship with an MLT Coach, who works with the Rising Leader to gain personal clarity around how their strengths and passions translate to career goals, and to understand "the bar" for high performance within their chosen career path. Rising Leaders and coaches build personalized career roadmaps to ensure that each Rising Leader is prepared to meet or exceed the bar by the end of the program. Rising Leaders attend in-person workshops hosted and facilitated by MLT's corporate partners, and received insight and guidance from the MLT network of over 4,000 other Rising Leaders and many more volunteer executives.  

MLT MBA Professional Development Program

Application Deadline: January 15, 2018
Description: Getting in to business school is only the first step toward leveraging an MBA to accelerate your career. The MBA recruiting process is just as competitive as the admissions process and getting placed in the high performer category quickly once starting a new role can have significant long-term career implications. MLT’s MBA Professional Development program provides Rising Leaders with the winning playbook and critical relationships they need to get on and stay on the career fast track after graduation. 

The MBA Professional Development program starts as soon as Rising Leaders are admitted to graduate school; provides significant pre-matriculation support, coaching, and engagement with top employers; and continues through the full-time recruiting process. The MBA Professional Development program takes a long-term approach to career acceleration and provides Rising Leaders with a personalized career roadmap, skills, one-on-one coaching from an MLT coach, and a high-leverage network that they can leverage throughout their careers.

NAHJ Student Projects

Application Deadline: April 30, 2018
Description: The NAHJ Student Projects is an intensive one-week media training project for college students. The Latinoreporterdigital.org delivers constantly updated breaking news and information produced by the projects, which operate as a single newsroom. Student journalists get front-end training in the skills needed to create and distribute news and information in today’s changing environment. The students focus on producing content for the interactive website, and will also produce a TV newscast, and radio podcasts that will stream on-demand over the Web. The project team will produce blogs, videos, slide shows and deliver news via mobile and social networking technologies, all while sharpening their journalistic skills.

National and Diocesan Internships

Application Deadline: Information available in January 2015.
Description: CCHD funds a number of stipend-provided summer, semester, and year-long internships for Catholics in the United States to gain experience working with and on behalf of the poor. These internships occur in around thirty CCHD diocesan offices in the United States, as well as in the CCHD office of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and the office of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) in Washington, DC. Visit the website for a list of participating dioceses. Due to the diversity of placements that are available, specific duties for the internships will vary. The intern will work with the placement site to develop a work plan based on the needs of the CCHD office and the skills and interests of the intern.

National Museum of American History internship program

Application Deadline: Spring: October 15, Summer: March 1, Fall: July 1
Description: The National Museum of American History internship program allows a diverse group of people with innumerable interests, strengths, and goals to encounter an educational environment where they can work with and learn from professionals and scholars in related areas of concentration. The Museum offers interns of different backgrounds incredible opportunities in a variety of fields, from public relations to exhibition research to project design. Learning from knowledgeable mentors in the dynamic atmosphere of the Museum and Washington, D.C. area, interns enjoy an intensive experience as multifaceted as the Museum itself.

This Web site lists all of the internships available throughout the Museum and the steps necessary to apply. If you are interested in applying, please explore to get a closer look at the variety of positions available to interns at the Museum of American History.

National School Boards Association, Center for Public Education: Policy Research Intern

Description: The Center for Public Education (The Center) seeks an intern to work closely with the Center's senior policy analyst in conducting education policy research. The Center-which is an initiative of the National School Boards Association-- is a national resource for accurate, timely, and credible information about public education and its importance to the well-being of our nation. The Center provides up-to-date research, data, and analysis on current education issues and explores ways to improve student achievement and engage public support for public schools. Primary duties include: Produce a report to be published by the Center as well provide research assistance to the Center's staff, summarize findings of significant education reports on the Center's blog, update the Center's previous reports, and attend briefings/conferences in the Washington, DC area. Previous interns have produced reports on such topics as credit recovery programs, effective professional development and preparing high school graduates to succeed in college. Job qualifications: A graduate or undergraduate student studying education policy, public policy, statistics, economics, or a related field. The student should also have a strong interest in education policy and research. The internship begins in late January or early February and concludes in May and requires a minimum of 10 to 15 hours a week. The internship is unpaid. However, the Center will work with your school to satisfy any requirements for you to receive course credit.

NBCUniversal Intern

Description: The News Intern will provide assistance to the DC Bureau and production crews on a daily basis, including assistance with research, administrative items, interviews, and live shots. 

The College Intern/Production Assistant will work 30-35 hours per week. The DC Bureau will hire one summer intern. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 
• Assists with coverage of events and live shots 
• Answers phones and assists with administrative duties at the DC Bureau 
• Researches possible story ideas and gathers accurate information for news stories 
• Assists with or conducts taped interviews

NCAA Postgraduate Internship Program

Application Deadline: September 25, 2017
Description: The NCAA Postgraduate Internship Program annually provides on-the-job learning experiences at the national office in Indianapolis to college graduates who are passionate in their pursuit of a career in college sports administration. 

With a focus on ethnic minorities, women and former student-athletes, this yearlong program gives insight to the inner workings of college sports from the national perspective. Interns over the past 25 years have taken their experience and institutional knowledge onto campuses and into the conference offices as full-time administrators. 

New American Leaders Project Program Intern

Description: The New American Leaders Project (NALP)  is seeking a Program Intern to join our Programs team. Interns are responsible for assisting in planning trainings nationwide, coordinating travel and related arrangements, and supporting NALP in alumni post-training activities. Internships include administrative tasks that relate to larger substantive projects. 

The internship will provide insight into immigrant electoral politics in the United States. Interns will work with NALP’s Executive Director and senior staff, and will have opportunities to participate in other aspects of NALP’s work that align with his or her interests.

Responsibilities

  • Organize NALP program documents;
  • Follow up with NALP event speakers, panelists, guests, etc.;
  • Assist with logistics coordination;
  • Keep track of events, tasks and follow up;
  • Attend events with NALP staff;
  • Provide ongoing support to the program team;
  • Other activities, as needed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

New American Leaders Project Research and Social Media Intern

Description: NALP is seeking a Research and Social Media Intern to join our team. Interns are responsible for assisting in researching immigrant legislation, tracking findings, and supporting NALP staff with program activities. The Social Media and Research intern will be tasked with keeping NALP’s Twitter and Facebook accounts current. Internships include administrative tasks that relate to larger substantive projects. 

The internship will provide insight into immigrant electoral politics in the United States. Interns will work with NALP’s Executive Director and senior staff, and will have opportunities to participate in other aspects of NALP’s work that align with his or her interests.

Responsibilities

  • Research the key policy issues that immigrant elected officials across the country are trying to move forward and the benefit that legislation will provide to immigrants;
  • Research races in which immigrant candidates are running;
  • Follow news stories on immigration policy and immigrant candidates for office;
  • Create and track findings;
  • Contact elected officials when necessary;
  • Create social media campaigns for Facebook and Twitter based on NALP/current events
  • Attend events with NALP staff;
  • Provide ongoing support to the program team;
  • Other activities, as needed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Leaders Summer Internship - Policy Team

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: Position Overview: New Leaders is seeking a current graduate or undergraduate student for an internship with our Policy Team during the summer of 2015. The position will be located in our Washington, DC office, another New Leaders city site or remotely. The intern will work directly with the Policy Team on a wide variety of education policy matters. Depending on the specific assignment, the intern may have the opportunity to conduct research on the current state and federal legal and regulatory climate, draft and edit policy documents, or provide input on policy development. Specific Responsibilities: Research, summarize, and analyze state and federal policies and practices, including legislation and regulations. Support the creation of high-quality written materials, including drafting and editing policy documents and presentations. Provide input on the development of specific policy recommendations, tools, and resources. Support and collaborate with the Senior Director of Policy and others within the organization on discrete projects, including tailoring policy recommendations for specific state- and local-contexts. Track important education news and events at the federal- and state-level.

NFL Summer Internship Program

Description: Though interns work within specific departments, they are able to explore all aspects of the business of professional football through speaker presentations, mentoring relationships and networking opportunities.

Selected applicants are placed within the NFL based on interest, experience, academic coursework, and the NFL's business needs. Past assignments at the League Office have included the following departments: Communications & Public Affairs, Community Affairs, Consumer Products, Events, Finance & Accounting, Football Operations, Human Resources, Information Technology, Internal Audit, International, Labor & Legal, Marketing & Sales, and Media.          

Office for Civil Rights Student Academic Internship Program

Description: Mission The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) conducts public education, outreach, complaint investigation and resolution, and other compliance activities to ensure that people living in the United States have equal access to health care in all HHS-funded programs without facing unlawful discrimination or impermissible disclosure or use of protected health information. OCR enforces Federal laws that prohibit discrimination by health care and human service providers that receive funds from DHHS. Such laws include Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Community Service Assurance Provisions of the Hill-Burton Act, and the HIPAA Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules. Civil Rights Division The student will support the policy development, interpretation, and dissemination work of the Division through assistance in research and analysis of issues affecting vulnerable populations and the development of informational and technical materials for the public and OCR staff. Specific tasks may include legal research on questions arising from statutes administered by or affecting the Department; drafting of proposed opinions on individual investigations or other matters where formats and precedents have been established; review and analysis of state and Federal legislative proposals and of research and draft reports; and participation in the provision of technical assistance to investigators and other field office staff. The student will draft resource materials for staff and the public; develop briefing materials for OCR and department executive staff; and attend and summarize meetings on topics related to OCR's priority initiatives. The student may also assist senior staff with special projects associated with Presidential and Secretarial Initiatives and OCR's enforcement and outreach activities.

Outreach & Communications Assistant

Application Deadline: December 06, 2017
Description: The Union of Concerned Scientists’ (UCS) Global Security Program is starting a national campaign to reduce the risks posed by nuclear weapons.  The overall goal of the campaign is to educate and engage activists, supporters and experts, as well as the concerned public, on the issue and to build support for national policies that will reduce nuclear risk.  The campaign seeks to build a national network of UCS Science Network members and UCS supporters in key states with whom we interact with on a regular basis and work with to engage in a range of advocacy and public education activities. 

The intern will help in meaningful ways to address one of the planet’s most critical issues – the threat posed by nuclear weapons.  The intern will gain direct experience working on public policy issue advocacy, public education and engagement and grassroots organizing. He/she will develop a better understanding and experience with conducting effective issue campaigns across many platforms, including traditional and social media, and events. The intern will improve writing and speaking abilities, persuasion and grassroots organizing skills and learn how to interact with scientists, concerned citizens, issue activists and other partners. He/she will work directly with legislative and communications professionals and issue experts at one of the nation’s most respected public interest advocacy organizations.

Paid Undergraduate Publicity & Promotions Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: To be considered you must be a student currently enrolled in an undergrad program. Our department is Marketing, Publicity & Promotions and we work closely with our clients to help them successfully launch our products worldwide. This includes setting up publicity interviews, set visits & press junkets, ensuring clients have access to marketing materials (photos, EPKs, press kits) and assisting clients with contest promotions. Projects/Tasks: Edit & format TV Series Press Kits for season launches. Staff special events including our international press junket, Hollywood Foreign Press Conferences and LA Screenings. Source & organize daily press clippings for distribution to sales executives. Service client requests. Create & update production calendar, media list & publicity contacts. Transcribe publicity interviews for distribution to international press. Learning Objectives: Learn how to write a press kit, organize a press conference and set up phone interviews. Additionally, our intern will learn to be detail oriented, learn to work as part of a team and independently, and learn to deal with all different levels of people. 20th Century Fox is an equal opportunities employer.

Part-time Internship

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: Work. Serve. Thrive. Imagine a place where your talent can make a meaningful difference in peoples' lives. Working at Feeding America is a uniquely rewarding experience in which our employees work together as vital parts of a much larger mission. We are innovative, mission-focused, diverse, collaborative, values-driven and focused on results. We are a national, nonprofit organization and the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, our mission is to feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger. The Opportunity The Feeding America Internship Program offers students an opportunity to complement their formal education with career-building experience in public policy. Interning at Feeding America provides an excellent introduction to policy analysis, lobbying, grassroots organizing, coalition building, and advocacy communications. Interns gain firsthand experience in domestic hunger and nutrition policy and Congressional politics. Interns work closely with Feeding America staff to promote Feeding America’s policy agenda on hunger and nutrition assistance programs to a variety of audiences, including grassroots activists, congressional staff and other stakeholders. Responsibilities Staying informed about specific legislation and policy issues and general political trends and providing written and oral updates to Feeding America staff about developments on issues and legislation. -Attending and taking notes at Congressional hearings, meetings, and briefings. -Conducting research on policy issues and legislation. -Writing memos and fact sheets on policy issues and legislation. -Compiling and formatting data on hunger and poverty related issues and programs. -Accompanying Feeding America staff to lobby members of Congress. -Scheduling meetings with and making deliveries to Congressional offices. -Completing some administrative tasks such as faxing, copying, and mailings. -Special projects as assigned.

Peace Love World Internship

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: Based in our Miami corporate office and retail locations, our internship program provides undergraduate and graduate students with a meaningful professional learning opportunity.  Peace Love World will integrate knowledge and theory learned in the classroom to help develop skill and experience in a professional setting.

We are currently accepting intern applicants for the following internship programs:

•Retail Management Internship
•Sales Management Internship
•Marketing Internship
•Fashion and Creative Design Internship
•Merchandiser Internship

Policy and Communications Intern

Application Deadline: April 15, 2018
Description: Magnet Schools of America (MSA) is offering a summer internship for an intelligent, driven, and enterprising undergraduate or graduate student interested in learning about education policy and nonprofit work in Washington, DC. Through their work with Magnet Schools of America, our interns gain specific knowledge about magnet schools, the school choice movement, and the current successes and challenges of the K-12 public education system.

The Policy and Communications Intern position provides unparalleled exposure to Capitol Hill and its inner workings. The intern will attend education-related Congressional briefings and hearings, as well as other events throughout the city. The intern will analyze data related to magnet school performance and incorporate that information into his/her policy analyses. This position is a great opportunity for a high-achieving individual to apply policy analysis and research skills to the K-12 educational landscape. The intern will also monitor and follow social media outlets for connections to magnet schools and share relevant content with our membership. (S)he will also draft press releases and articles for our organizational blogs and monthly newsletter.

Policy and Legislation Internship

Description: Since 1929 LULAC has committed to advancing the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States. LULAC has long been a leading advocacy and research organization in the area of Latino policy & legislation, especially education; in 2007 LULAC joined with 9 leading research and civil rights organizations in the Campaign for High School Equity to develop and advocate for research-based state and federal policies that support effective secondary school reform. Specifically, we aim to ensure that high standards, aligned to college and work-readiness, are in place in all schools and that students are provided with the supports they need to attain academic success. 

Press Internship

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Washington, DC, office of a Senior Member of the Ways and Means Committee has unpaid Press internship openings to begin immediately. Press interns are expected to work long hours and commit between 3-5 days per week. Internship duties include, but are not limited to compiling and daily clips, drafting press releases and op-eds, proofreading and editing, maintaining press lists, updating Member's communications calendar, website and social media platforms. Intern may also assist with answering phones, incoming and outgoing mail, addressing constituent concerns, and assisting the Legislative/District office staff. Strong writing skills are needed and familiarity with new media and website development is a plus. Priority will be given to those with journalism or communications education/experience. The ideal candidate will be creative, motivated, mature, detail-orientated, and possess the ability to multi-task under high pressure. This is a great opportunity for college students and recent graduates. To apply for the position, please send your cover letter, resume and writing sample addressed to the Comm. Director at ny13intern@gmail.com with the subject: Press Intern.

Program and Policy Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Description and Requirements: The Partnership Center offers interns a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. Our hands-on internship program is designed to mentor and cultivate leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Department and the President’s initiative on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, and prepare them for future service opportunities. We typically select two interns for each of the Spring, Summer and Fall academic semesters. Interns are valued members of the Partnership Center team. They work independently and on teams on projects that advance the Partnership Center's efforts to build and support partnerships with faith-based and community organizations in order to better serve individuals, families and communities in need. Responsibilities include conducting research projects, writing newsletter articles and blog posts, supporting webinars and assisting with office responsibilities. Depending on an intern’s interests and skill set, s/he may focus on a particular area of the Partnership Center’s work, but interns support the work of the entire office. They are supervised by the Intern Coordinator, who works with the Director to develop each intern’s portfolio. Opportunities include: A unique view of policy from inside the executive branch of government, including the potential to interact with White House staff; A chance to develop skills in administration and policy in a team environment; An excellent opportunity to work with and learn about a variety of agencies within the large and diverse HHS organization, including the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and others.

Public Health Internship Program

Description: Introduction The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) is seeking applicants for the Public Health Internship Program. Public Health Interns will complete a one semester rotation within one of HRSA’s Bureaus or Offices. The public health internships at HRSA is an unfunded practicum experience for graduate and undergraduate students in good standing at schools of public health and public health programs in the United States. The HRSA Public Health internship provides an unparalleled opportunity for professional growth and development as a public health practitioner and will prepare the intern to be an ambassador for the important work of HRSA in his/her professional discipline, work setting, or community. The intern will have frequent contact with HRSA’s public health experts in one of a wide-range of disciplines including (to name just a few): rural health policy, HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, health systems, and program analysis and evaluation. The intern will have an opportunity to participate in training and development activities at HRSA that may include: Orientation to HRSA and government office work Attendance at seminars/webinars available to all HRSA staff Exposure to HRSA program analysis and evaluation methodologies Shadowing HRSA staff across a wide range of public health disciplines Program Objectives The Public Health Internship Program at HRSA is designed to align with HRSA’s strategic plan as well as support the individual intern’s progress toward a career in public health. To this end the program will: (1) Develop the public health workforce (2) Strengthen HRSA’s partnership with schools of public health and the pipeline of public health professionals (3) Orient the future public health workforce to HRSA’s mission, programs, and leadership Description of Duties Although specific projects of the Public Health Intern will depend on initiatives within the office of placement during the intern’s appointment, the following list provides an idea of the scope and breadth of the intern's work at HRSA. Support the management of grants and programs at HRSA Participate in HRSA’s public health seminar series and related staff development activities Plan and coordinate meetings of public health experts/practitioners Shadow and conduct informational interviews with key HRSA staff Apply skills to goal-based projects in the range of competency areas specified by the student’s school’s curriculum Application Students who are interested in participating in a public health internship at HRSA may contact the HRSA Learning Institute at: HLI@hrsa.gov. The subject line of your message should read “public health internship.” Attach the following items to your message: resume, unofficial transcript, a brief personal statement addressing your goals for the internship (500 words or less). The personal statement should specify any programs within HRSA that align with your goals for the internship as well as any competencies you wish to develop. Documents in .pdf format are preferred.

Public Health Spring Internship

Description: Overview: AcademyHealth, the professional home for health services and policy researchers, is currently seeking an intern to provide administrative support to its public and population health program. The successful candidate will assist with a range of tasks designed to support the public and population health team. Responsibilities include: -Providing administrative support for meetings, workshops, and webinars. -Performing a wide range of administrative tasks, including drafting participant lists, meeting materials, and meeting minutes; creating, updating, and maintaining databases. -Using social media, including the project’s Twitter handle, and proposing content for AcademyHealth’s membership social media platform, LinkedIn groups, and blog. -Identifying potential audiences for new programs. -Researching health policy topics and scanning for related journal articles. -Maintaining and updating project website.

Applications: Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume and two references (with phone numbers) to Human Resources Director, AcademyHealth, 1150 17th Street NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036. Fax: 202-292-6800. Email: jobs@academyhealth.org. Please be sure to reference the position for which you are applying. For more information, please go to www.academyhealth.org.

Public Interest Internship Program (Spring, Summer and Fall)

Application Deadline: Various (Spring: December/January; Summer: February/March; Fall: July August)
Description: CSPI offers internships for a small number of qualified students in undergraduate, graduate, law, and medical schools each summer and during the school year. We also consider post graduates. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until all positions have been filled. Please note the application review periods: Summer internships - Applications considered in February/March Fall internships - Applications considered in July/August Spring internships - Applications considered in December/January We are offering unpaid internships on a full-time or part-time basis. The specific dates of an internship are flexible and depend on our needs and the applicant's schedule. CSPI offers a collegial work environment and flexible schedule to accommodate your academic responsibilities and work-life balance. If your school offers academic credit for internships, we will work with you to meet your school’s requirements. We will also reimburse you up to $5/day for commuting expenses. Application materials should include the following: 1. A cover letter indicating issues of interest, future plans, and dates of availability. 2. A résumé. Experience with advocacy groups is advantageous. 3. Writing sample, if required by the specific project (one to three page document that demonstrates your ability to write in a clear and concise manner). Email to: hr@cspinet.org (this is the preferred method) It's best to submit all of the requested documents at the same time. If your background and interests are a good match for our internship, we will contact you using the information you have provided. Due to the volume of applications we typically receive we are unable to provide additional information on our selection process to applicants who are not chosen for interviews. Please contact the Human Resources office if you have any further questions.

Public Policy Summer Intern - Graduate Level

Description: Are you concerned about the lack of opportunities available for many of today’s low-income students and students of color? Do you want to work with a team of top national experts dedicated to tackling America’s growing educational opportunity gap? If so, the College Board’s Public Policy Spring Internship will offer you the opportunity learn from and contribute to the College Board’s ongoing efforts to deliver the educational opportunities all students deserve.   

 

Driven by a single goal, the College Board seeks to ensure that every student has the opportunity to prepare for, enroll in, and graduate from college--particularly, low-income and underrepresented students, as well as students who are the first in their families with a chance to earn a postsecondary degree.

Public Relations and Media Department Internship

Description: Help draft, pitch, and edit Press Releases and Media Advisories for CHCI programs and events. Draft articles for CHCI Newsletter and other marketing collateral, as needed. Compose and maintain press lists and provide support for media at events as assigned. Organize press packets for events. Prepare and distribute daily clips for CHCI staff on Hispanic education, statistics, sponsors, competitors and other relevant topics. Catalog all media coverage.

PLEASE SEND RÉSUMÉ AND COVER LETTER TO: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Attention: Linda Thoms Manager, Human Resources lthoms@chci.org Washington, D.C. 20002 Fax (202) 546-2143 DISCLAIMER The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. CHCI is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

Research Intern – Domestic Social Policy Division

Description:

 The retirement saving landscape has changed quite dramatically from previous generations to the current cohorts of near- retirees due to a shift from defined benefit to defined contribution pensions. The latter places the burden of retirement income security on the individual worker, and has spawned a very large empirical literature on whether Americans have saved enough to finance their retirement. The intern will help gather relevant articles, interpret and summarize the findings, and point out key differences across the body of research that at times leads to conflicting conclusions. The intern will help examine pension reform in a few select countries that are often touted in Congress as examples of how to bring about change. In addition, the intern will evaluate pension plan features and help prepare a summary document. 

Resource Development Internship

Description: LULAC seeks a highly talented and dedicated intern for our national office in Washington, D.C. to provide project related support for the Resource Development team. The intern will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience in resource development, become familiar with the fundraising process for LULAC’s community programs, attend development seminars, and networks with our corporate, foundation, and government partners.

Safe Haven Program Internship

Description: Part time intern(s) needed to assist with updating information about “safe haven” programs, i.e., domestic violence (DV) shelters that will also take a victim's pets or help her place them safely. Individuals involved with this project call DV shelters to find out if they provide such services and if so, whether they are on site or referrals. The calling list and a script are provided and calls can be made from one’s home during weekday hours anytime between 9:00 to 5:00. Hours worked per week: negotiable. This project is an important part of an AWI effort to develop a training program and technical assistance network for prosecutors to help them better handle animal abuse/animal fighting prosecutions; this updated information will be made available to them. Interested applicants email Mary Lou Randour at marylou@awionline.org.

Sally Yudelman Internship Program

Application Deadline: July 10, 2018
Description: WOLA’s Sally Yudelman Internship Program seeks to give interns hands-on experience and broad exposure to human rights advocacy and the foreign policy-making process. WOLA has hosted interns since the late 1980’s, and today our former interns can be found around the world working as human rights advocates, congressional aides, lawyers, journalists, professors, and even as members of WOLA’s senior staff.

Every semester WOLA’s new interns are paired with staff mentors and absorbed into the work of the organization. They collaborate on a mix of research, analytical, and administrative work, and they are invited to get involved in the day-to-day activities of their teams. WOLA selects seven interns per session (spring, summer, and fall), and each intern is assigned to a different program—communications or one of many policy areas. Interns also get involved in the behind-the-scenes work of running a non-profit organization, including helping with technology, the media, finance, and event planning.

Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter internships are available. The below dates are for the Fall internship. Please check website for other dates.

Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) - Summer 2015

Application Deadline: January 08, 2018
Description: The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) program encourages undergraduate students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers by providing research experiences at the Department of Energy (DOE) laboratories. Selected students participate as interns appointed at one of 17 participating DOE laboratories/facilities. They perform research, under the guidance of laboratory staff scientists or engineers, on projects supporting the DOE mission. The SULI program is sponsored and managed by the DOE Office of Science’s, Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) in collaboration with the DOE laboratories/facilities. Applications for the SULI program are solicited annually for three separate internship terms. Internship appointments are 10 weeks in duration for the Summer Term (May through August) or 16 weeks in duration for the Fall (August through December) and Spring (January through May) Terms. Each DOE laboratory/facility offers different research opportunities; not all DOE laboratories/facilities offer internships during the Fall and Spring Terms.

Semester in Washington Program - Spring

Application Deadline: July 01, 2018
Description: Students have the opportunity to experience life in Washington, DC while developing skills and relationships to help them advance academically, personally, and professionally. In this program, students earn up to 15 undergraduate credits, which they can then transfer back to their home institutions fulfilling individual degree requirements. Our unique internship program helps students to develop their resume and professional skills to meet their academic and professional goals. They will gain valuable job experience by interning with Congress, leading non-profits, federal agencies, news organizations, public relations agency, multinational corporations, and law offices.

Semester in Washington Program - Summer

Application Deadline: March 01, 2018
Description: Students have the opportunity to experience life in Washington, DC while developing skills and relationships to help them advance academically, personally, and professionally. In this program, students earn up to 15 undergraduate credits, which they can then transfer back to their home institutions fulfilling individual degree requirements. Our unique internship program helps students to develop their resume and professional skills to meet their academic and professional goals. They will gain valuable job experience by interning with Congress, leading non-profits, federal agencies, news organizations, public relations agency, multinational corporations, and law offices.

Semester in Washington Program- Fall

Application Deadline: July 01, 2018
Description: Students have the opportunity to experience life in Washington, DC while developing skills and relationships to help them advance academically, personally, and professionally. In this program, students earn up to 15 undergraduate credits, which they can then transfer back to their home institutions fulfilling individual degree requirements. Our unique internship program helps students to develop their resume and professional skills to meet their academic and professional goals. They will gain valuable job experience by interning with Congress, leading non-profits, federal agencies, news organizations, public relations agency, multinational corporations, and law offices.

Shark Fin Campaign Internship

Description: Part-time or full-time intern(s) needed to assist with updating our popular on-line database of restaurants across the U.S. that sell shark fin soup and other shark products (http://awionline.org/content/restaurants-currently-offering-shark-fin-soup). We are seeking an intern to ensure the list is accurate and up to date. The work will entail online research and telephone calls to restaurants, data entry, and possibly some website maintenance work. Training will be given for all aspects of the work. The ideal candidate will have excellent organizational skills and be detail-oriented. Fluency in English is essential. An ability to speak Mandarin and/or Cantonese is preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Outlook and Excel is required. Please contact susan@awionline.orgfor more information, and to apply with resume and cover letter.

Shell Internship Opportunities (2015)

Application Deadline: Year Round
Description: At Shell, we’re developing all kinds of ideas to help meet the growing demand for energy. And we’re looking for ambitious students and graduates to help us do more. If you’re ready to make a real impact on the world through challenging projects, apply for a Shell Internship today. Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies, employing approximately 90,000 people and operating in more than 80 countries and territories. Our aim is to meet the energy needs of society in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now and in the future. Our focus on innovation and technology has made us a leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of refined petroleum products. Shell Internship Program Our internships are fully assessed and will allow you to get involved in real projects specifically matched to your interests and abilities. You’ll receive regular and structured performance evaluations from your mentor and direct supervisor, and you’ll find out what the energy industry is really like, from the inside. A Shell internship gives you the opportunity to: Build valuable networks for future career options, Discover potential job areas, fields of specialization or area of future study, Gain exposure to the energy industry, Work on projects that have a real business impact, and Put into practice the theories and concepts you have learned. Who we’re looking for: We are looking for ambitious students to help us tackle the energy challenge. You must be an actively enrolled student who will complete at least one more semester of education following your internship. There will be specific skill requirements for your chosen internship area. But whatever your role, there are certain qualities you’ll need if you’re going to succeed at Shell. Above all else, you should enjoy being challenged. You also need to be good at absorbing information, analysing problems, making objective decisions and coming up with original ideas. You should have the drive, confidence and resilience to get things done, the flexibility to work well as part of a team and the credibility to influence others. Shell matches you into a particular role based on your skills, so you will not be required to apply for a specific internship position. *Please note that you must be lawfully authorized to work in the country in which you’re assigned to work in the Program. Let’s deliver better energy solutions together.

SIFMA Summer Internship 2015

Description: SIFMA is a trusted, go-to resource for information about the financial industry and the ongoing regulatory reform debate. An internship at SIFMA gives candidates hands-on experience working on substantive and challenging projects, while collaborating with experts in the financial services industry and public policy arena.

Interns will work within SIFMA’s Public Policy & Advocacy Group (PP&A) in Washington, D.C. This experience offers students the opportunity to learn how SIFMA formulates, analyses and supports public policy positions in the interests of its members.

Throughout the ten-week program, each intern will be assigned a mentor on the Associate team who will work with each intern on his/her specific portfolio of advocacy issues. When Congress is in session, interns will work alongside Associates to cover hearings and events, and write briefings that will be distributed externally to member firms. Additionally, each intern will research, prepare and present an advocacy issue of choice to the PP&A office at the end of the program, and for which they will receive authorship credits.

SIMR - Stanford Institutes of Medicine Summer Research Program

Application Deadline: February 20, 2018
Description: The Stanford Institutes of Medicine Summer Research Program (SIMR) is an eight-week program in which high school students from diverse backgrounds are invited to perform basic research with Stanford faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and researchers on a medically-oriented project. The goals of the program include increasing interest in biological sciences and medicine in high school students, helping students to understand how scientific research is performed, and increasing diversity of students and researchers in the sciences.

Smithsonian Latino Center

Description: This is an unpaid internship opportunity wherein the intern will support the Smithsonian Latino Center’s advancement activities, gain valuable fundraising research skills and exposure to an arts non-profit organization. The intern’s primary duties include conducting research on existing and prospective individual, foundation, and corporate donors. Furthermore, the intern attends bi-weekly SLC staff meetings, weekly SLC advancement meetings, and project-related advancement meetings as appropriate.

SLC Mission Statement: The Smithsonian Latino Center is the division of the Smithsonian Institution that ensures that Latino contributions to art, science and the humanities are highlighted, understood and advanced through the development and support of public programs, scholarly research, museum collections and educational opportunities at the Smithsonian Institution and its affiliated organizations across the United States and internationally.

Through this internship, interns will develop critical skills associated with nonprofit administration and fundraising. Specifically, they will:

  • Learn how to conduct prospect research as they generate lists of potential donors and match them with SLC funding needs 
  • Develop their understanding of philanthropy as they review and evaluate funding opportunities
  • Understand the role of fundraising at a non-profit through participation in regular fundraising team meetings, meetings with SLC and Smithsonian colleagues, and staff meetings 
  • Gain insight into the intersection of fundraising, marketing, and outreach as they update the SLC contact list and database of potential funders 
  • Refine their written, oral, and presentation skills as they assist in the drafting of correspondence, proposals, pitch materials, and presentations 
  • Gain exposure to nonprofit board management as they assist with board meeting preparation 
  • Improve their project management skills as they coordinate in-house mailings to prospective and existing corporate, foundation, and/or individual donors 
  • Gain an understanding of non-profit operations through special projects and administrative duties as assigned 

 

Social Media and Marketing Internship

Description: The Social Media and Marketing Intern must be adept in social media and web communications. The most important thing this person needs to possess is a deep understanding on how social media helps organizations create buzz and attract attention to new donors and followers. The social media and marketing intern is a part-time, temporary position paid $10.00 per hour. The intern is expected to work 16 hours/week in our national office located in Washington, DC (Adams Morgan area). Responsibilities: · Contribute to the development and maintenance of College Summit's initiatives targeting alumni on social media platforms including- Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn- by planning monthly Twitter chats and Facebook video contests, researching and understanding best practices, updating content and tracking important conversations happening around College Summit's key issue areas and updating content. · Help establish methods for measuring the effectiveness of communication strategies by conducting weekly and monthly analysis of website traffic and social media results, such as % growth in followers, engagement, retweets, etc. · Develop and implement social media/marketing campaigns, contests and promotions · Provide administrative and logistical support to the marketing team. · Research social media opportunities for the organization.

Social Media Internship

Description: The social media intern will assist the social media strategist in three main areas: analysis, research, and community management. Primary channels include Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Responsibilities may include administrative support. Selection will be based on the candidate’s demonstrated social media acumen, familiarity with tech platforms, and interest in/involvement with subject matter. This is a volunteer internship. A $1,000/month stipend is offered to help offset expenses. Key Social Profiles Facebook Twitter Pinterest Duties Assist in tracking of social metrics, including compiling and analyzing historic data. Utilize data to develop recommendations on topics such as optimal post timing, headline testing, number of times to share each story, etc. Investigate emerging social channels for marketing potential. Work with field staff to surface and share content about National Treasures projects and other field work. Serve as a support desk as field staff become more used to using social. Contribute to community management and content-sharing planning.

How to Apply To apply, please include a cover letter in the body of a message and email your resume as a Word, PDF or Text document to 222345-CS-815@nthp.hrmdirect.com.

Solidarity Strategies: Political Intern/Fellow (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Solidarity Strategies is looking for a high energy, smart, productive intern/fellow, interested in gaining hands on, practical political experience. Interns /fellows will directly assist senior staff in designing campaign programs for labor unions, progressive organizations and targeted campaigns. DUTIES/JOB DESCRIPTION: The internship or fellowship will offer students a structured experience working one-on-one with senior staff. Interns will learn to analyze key political issues and articulate solutions to the pressing problems of the day. We hope that our interns/fellows will learn that participation in the democratic process yields results. Though responsibilities vary, most interns will work on: Assisting with campaign planning, research and targeting of upcoming 2015-2016 races Helping to coordinate political activity in targeted states Assisting supervisor with preparation for meetings and events Working at trainings, meetings and events with senior staff on behalf of clients General office support Tracking and organizing grassroots efforts with a focus on connecting individual citizens to coalition members

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates should email a cover letter explaining your qualifications and interest in the position, as well as a resume and writing sample (no more than 2 pages) to Sonia (sonia@solidaritystrategies.com) or call 202-962-7245

Southwest Airlines Campus Reach Internship Program

Application Deadline: November 16, 2017
Description: The Campus Reach program identifies and engages future Southwest Employees at an early age, hopefully inspiring an interest in a career in aviation! Campus Reach’s efforts include: high school internships and partnerships, a nationally-recognized college internship program, direct hiring opportunities for new college graduates, and an MBA internship to bring talented individuals into more strategic roles within the Company.

College interns at Southwest will not only get hands-on business experience in their particular field, they will also get to experience the famous Culture that makes Southwest Airlines home to some of the most highly sought after internships year after year.

Special Events Internship

Description: Applicants are required to have excellent academic records and strong writing and communication skills. Thorough knowledge of the Hispanic community and current issues is a plus. Applicants should also have a deep sense of commitment to advancing the rights of Hispanic Americans. Ability to write and speak Spanish and English fluently is highly desirable as is extensive experience with using computer software. Candidates should be working towards a bachelor’s degree. 

Spring 2015 Legal Internship

Description: Advancement Project is currently seeking candidates for full-time or part-time legal internships for Spring 2015 at our Washington, DC office. Interns will work closely with our staff of civil rights attorneys and communication experts in creating and implementing strategies to support identified community-organizing efforts around racial justice issues. Advancement Project is a policy and legal action civil rights organization that develops innovative strategies for achieving universal opportunity and a racially just democracy. With offices in Washington, DC and Los Angeles, CA, we provide community-focused lawyering, policy research, and aggressive media strategies to grassroots organizations fighting to promote racial and social justice. Our efforts are primarily focused in these major areas: education, voter protection, and felony re-enfranchisement. For more information, visit www.advancementproject.org. Candidates must be law students or recent law school graduates. Candidates must have a demonstrated commitment to public service. Some experience in civil rights law, policy advocacy, or community organizing is a plus. Fluency in Spanish is also a plus. Eligibility for public interest grants or work study is not required, though welcome. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and list of three references to the attention of Jadine Johnson, at InternProgram@advancementproject.org. Reference “Spring 2015 Legal Internship - (Your First and Last Name)” in the subject line. You can also send your application via mail or fax to: Jadine Johnson, Staff Attorney Advancement Project 1220 L Street, N.W. Suite 850 Washington, D.C. 20005 (202) 728-9557 (ph) (202) 728-9558 (fax) InternProgram@advancementproject.org (preferred method of contact) - See more at: http://www.advancementproject.org/jobs/entry/spring-2015-legal-internships#sthash.6DA6SXBL.dpuf

Spring Internship

Description: The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) seeks a spring intern. FOSI is a nonprofit organization that works with the leading Internet and technology companies. We would prefer someone who could work 2-3 days per week and we are happy to work with any college/university to grant internship credit upon request. The position is unpaid, but we will provide a travel and lunch subsidy. The position is open to all college undergraduates. Responsibilities Tasks may include researching developments in online safety and privacy including sexting, cyberbullying, data protection, broadband responsibility and digital citizenship, assisting with special projects, and working on events held by the organization. How To Apply To apply for a FOSI Internship, please submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample to fosi@fosi.org with the subject line "Spring Internship."

Spring Internship

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Magnet Schools of America (MSA) is offering a spring internship opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students interested in educational nonprofit work with a premier public school choice organization. Through his or her work with MSA, the intern will be able to align the organization’s mission with daily operations ranging from membership outreach, communications (social media/marketing), conference planning and logistics, education policy research/updates, and professional development opportunities provided by MSA. The intern will also gain specific knowledge about magnet schools, the school choice movement, and the current successes and challenges of the K-12 public education system. The spring internship provides unparalleled exposure to the inner workings of a small non-profit, catering to over 2,000 institutions and more than 7,000 contacts. The intern will assist with planning and logistics for our national events and will work on administrative projects related to our national awards program and association management system. This position is a great opportunity for a high-achieving individual to learn about the many ways nonprofits communicate and engage with their supporters. A variety of skills, including writing and communications, data management, design, and marketing to plan a successful event are preferred. The intern will receive a small stipend depending on the number of hours worked during the semester. We also are happy to work with your school to complete any paperwork to satisfy course credit or other internship-related requirements. To be considered for the internship, please submit your resume and cover letter in PDF format to: john.laughner@magnet.edu Please include “Spring Internship” in the subject line.

Spring Internship in the office of Congressman Keith Ellison

Application Deadline: April 01, 2018
Description: The Office of Congressman Keith Ellison is looking for enthusiastic interns for our Washington and Minneapolis offices. We are seeking highly motivated individuals ready to play a vital role in a fast-paced office environment while learning about Congress and the Federal Government. This is a great way of earning valuable experience and helping to make a difference by serving the people of the Fifth District of Minnesota. The internship offers an excellent opportunity to learn about Congress, the legislative process, politics, and the government in general, whether you are studying these topics formally in school or you are simply interested in learning more about them. The primary duties of interns include assisting the Representative's staff in clerical and administrative responsibilities, working on research projects with the legislative staff, staffing the Representative at events, and helping staff involved in constituent casework. Interns will also gain insight into the legislative process by attending committee hearings, briefings on issues, and other similar events. The exposure to the whole range of Congressional activities, from watching debates on major legislation to sorting constituent mail, offers a valuable educational opportunity to anyone interested in politics. Internships are unpaid and generally last from 3-4 months. We do not discriminate based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. We prefer to have interns with strong ties to the Fifth District and/or Minnesota. To apply for an internship please submit the following via email: -Cover Letter -Resume -Two Writing Samples -Two References -Current Openings: The Minneapolis and Washington D.C. offices of Congressman Keith Ellison seeks unpaid interns to fill positions for January through April/May 2015. Main responsibilities include answering phones, processing mail, drafting constituent correspondence letters, researching legislative issues, planning events, and attending meetings/hearings as needed. There will also be opportunities to attend receptions and seminars of interest. Candidates should be self-motivated, enthusiastic, flexible, and computer-literate (with a good understanding of MS Office). This is a great opportunity for college students seeking academic credit and recent graduates. Minnesota ties strongly preferred. If interested, please send resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to nicky.leingang@mail.house.gov for internships in Minneapolis and to zach.freed@mail.house.gov for internships in Washington, DC.

Spring Internships (Various)

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: Gain valuable political experience and help elect pro-choice Democratic women up and down the ticket! We offer internships spring, summer, and fall in all of our departments. Interns have the opportunity to do substantive work, while gaining in-depth experience in the political sector. In addition to daily work in their departments and attendance at staff events, interns participate in the brown bag program, which gives them the opportunity to eat lunch with senior level staff while learning about their professional history and gaining deeper knowledge about how all of the departments at EMILY’s List work.

 

Available Internships: Campaign and Training Communications Digital Executive Office Finance/Administrative Fundraising Internships Events Internships Information Technology Marketing Political Opportunity Program Political Targeting Research WOMEN VOTE!

Spring Program Internship

Description: Generation Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping teen parents become college graduates by providing teen parents attending college in the DC metro region with one-on-one mentoring support, case management, and tuition assistance. The Program Intern is responsible for the development, coordination, implementation, and occasionally evaluation of programs and activities based on the needs of Generation Hope Scholars and their families, Sponsors, staff, and volunteers. The Program Intern works in coordination with the Program Manager and provides support to Generation Hope staff. The Program Intern will also have the opportunity to design and implement a project of his/her choosing—this could range from creating new resources for our Scholars to designing elements of training, etc. Program Interns will work a flexible schedule partially in the office and partially through tele-work. Candidates must be able to work at least 20 hours weekly; candidates who can work 30 hours weekly are preferred. Start and end dates are flexible; ideal candidates will be available January-late May.

*Duties* • Oversee logistical details related to March Field Trip, April in-service training, and other events as needed • Assist with maintaining Scholar/Sponsor records and database files • Assist with receiving and logging 2015 Sponsor and Scholar applications • Assist with marketing and communicating Generation Hope Scholar Program to community • Track program participation and prepare reports as necessary • Assist with organizing college readiness workshops and other outreach events • Attend all weekly staff meetings and evening meetings where appropriate • Work with Volunteer Coordinator to arrange Childcare Volunteers to ensure that daycare services are being provided during Generation Hope events • Assist with blogging and social media

*To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Caroline Griswold Short, Program Manager, at **caroline@supportgenerationhope.org <caroline@supportgenerationhope.org>**.* *Generation Hope is an equal opportunity employer*

Starworks Group Internship

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: Starworks Group is a unique global communications agency. Our internship program is a great way to gain real hands on experience and professional exposure. The internship program is designed to provide motivated and interested students with knowledge of our industry. Today's students will be tomorrow's leaders, and our goal is to provide these individuals with a meaningful, educational and fun experience.

Starworks’s NewYork office seeks bright, motivated individuals with strong multi-tasking abilities for the SPRING SEMESTER to start as soon as possible.

Student Leadership Academy

Application Deadline: April 07, 2018
Description: The Student Leadership Academy (SLA) is a full-time, paid summer internship program for young leaders who want to get in-depth experience as organizers in the Los Angeles labor movement.

Summer 2015 Legal Internship

Description: Advancement Project is currently seeking candidates for full-time legal internships for Summer 2015 at our national Washington, DC office. Interns will work closely with our staff of civil rights attorneys and communication experts in creating and implementing strategies to support identified community-organizing efforts around racial justice issues. Advancement Project is a policy and legal action civil rights organization that develops innovative strategies for achieving universal opportunity and a racially just democracy. With offices in Washington, DC and Los Angeles, CA, we provide community-focused lawyering, policy research, and aggressive media strategies to grassroots organizations fighting to promote racial and social justice. Our efforts are primarily focused in these major areas: education, voter protection, and felony re-enfranchisement. For more information, visit http://www.advancementproject.org/ . Candidates must be law students or recent law school graduates. Candidates must have a demonstrated commitment to public service. Some experience in civil rights law, policy advocacy, or community organizing is a plus. Fluency in Spanish is also a plus. Eligibility for public interest grants or work study is not required, though welcome. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and list of three references to the attention of Jason Sinocruz, at InternProgram@advancementproject.org. Reference “Summer 2015 Legal Internship - (Your First and Last Name)” in the subject line. You can also send your application via mail or fax to: Jason Sinocruz, Staff Attorney Advancement Project 1220 L Street, N.W. Suite 850 Washington, D.C. 20005 (202) 728-9557 (ph) (202) 728-9558 (fax) InternProgram@advancementproject.org (preferred method of contact) - See more at: http://www.advancementproject.org/jobs/entry/summer-2015-legal-internships#sthash.0OeUEQ4x.dpuf

Summer 2015 Research and Outreach Intern

Application Deadline: April 21, 2018
Description: The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) is currently looking for a full-time Summer 2015 Intern. The internship will start in June and end in late August.

The intern will assist with a variety of research, outreach, and communications activities related to the U.S. economy and domestic policy. This may include outreach to the press, advocacy organizations, and Congress, along with some research on upcoming papers and economic opinion pieces. Other tasks include communications duties such as generating website content and tracking CEPR’s appearances in the media.

The responsibilities of interns vary based on their interests and experience, as well as the particular issues that CEPR is working on at the time. Interns will have the opportunity to attend relevant events around Washington, D.C.

Summer Internship (Various)

Application Deadline: The bulk are posted in February, with selections being made by late March for summer internships that begin in mid-May.
Description: Internships at Publix are paid, and you'll work regular hours, just like a real job. Because an internship with us is a job, with real tasks, real deadlines, and real working relationships. When you choose a summer internship at our headquarters in Lakeland, FL, you're welcome to learn while you earn here. Summer Internship Program Publix's summer internship lasts 10 to 12 weeks, between May and August, at our company facilities in Lakeland, FL. Interns gain valuable hands-on experience, work on challenging projects, and network with professionals to develop valuable skills beyond what they can learn in a classroom. Interns are offered competitive pay and are generally expected to work 40 hours per week, although this varies by department. We partner with Florida Southern College to provide housing for our out-of-town interns. As a Publix intern, you would: receive performance evaluations twice during the summer attend luncheons with Publix executives participate in a local community service event be invited to several after-work socials, and give an end-of-summer presentation to a large group of Publix leaders. Internship Opportunities Our internship openings vary during the year and each summer. The following departments have hosted an intern. Business Analysis & Reporting (BAR) Corporate Accounting Corporate Purchasing Corporate Quality Assurance Distribution Facilities Human Resources Information Technology Loss Prevention Manufacturing Pharmacy Public Affairs Real Estate Risk Management

If you're interested in working as a Pharmacy intern with Publix, please visit the Job Application Center (JAC) at any Publix store and apply today. Your application will remain active for 30 days.

Summer Internship Program at Time, Inc.

Application Deadline: December 01, 2017
Description: Time Inc. (NYSE:TIME) is one of the world’s leading media companies reaching more than 130 million consumers each month across multiple platforms through influential brands such as Time, People, Sports Illustrated, InStyle, Real Simple, Travel+Leisure, Food&Wine, Wallpaper and NME. With 50 editions of Time Inc. magazines licensed in more than 30 countries ranging from Germany to Turkey to China, the Time Inc. global portfolio touches all corners of the world. Time Inc. connects audiences through shared experiences, celebrated events and franchises including the Fortune 500, Time 100, People’s Sexiest Man Alive, Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year, the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen and the Essence Festival.

Time Inc. offers a number of summer internship opportunities that are customized for specific brands and roles across the company. All of our internship positions are paid. The program runs for 8-10 weeks

Possitions avaibale within the following areas:

  • ADVERTISING SALES - An immersion in client facing advertising and marketing for one of the world’s largest content companies.
  • CONSUMER MARKETING & REVENUE (Rising Seniors Only) - Drive strategies to position, price, promote and distribute Time Inc. content to maximize revenue from subscriptions, digital sales, and app downloads.
  • DIGITAL MARKETING - Design digital media marketing campaigns to drive revenue and work on business development and partnerships with brands like Apple, Google and Amazon.
  • EDITORIAL - Create content for brands like Time, People and Sports Illustrated through writing, photography, graphics or design.
  • FINANCE - Work alongside finance teams to support brands, teams and leaders with the financial administration of an independent, publicly traded media company.
  • HUMAN RESOURCES - Drive company culture for bright minds at a unique moment in the history of media. You’ll assist with employee recruitment, learning programs, talent development, and workforce analytics and technology.
  • LEGAL - Support brands and teams with the legal administration, recommendations and research required of a publicly traded media company.
  • MARKETING FOR AD SALES - Develop “big idea” concepts for advertisers by conceptualizing and writing marketing proposals in response to RFPs for individual Time Inc.brands.
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS/EVENTS - Create strategic communication and publicity efforts for brands like Time, Fortune, and People. Promote events by handling media relations, crafting press releases and managing other internal communications.
  • RESEARCH & INSIGHTS - Gather market research to support ad sales and provide editorial and consumer marketing teams with actionable data insights to shape content and set strategy.
  • VIDEO - Shoot on a DSLR (or an iPhone), edit footage using Adobe Premiere and After Effects, schedule shoots, book crews and help manage a studio space.

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Summer Judicial Internship Diversity Project

Application Deadline: January 11, 2018
Description: The Project’s goal is to provide underrepresented law students summer judicial internships in federal and state appellate, federal district, bankruptcy and magistrate judges’ chambers. The Project is national in scope and will place approximately 100 law students as judicial interns across the country. Interns will have the opportunity to draft bench memoranda, judicial orders, and opinions on a variety of substantive matters, including motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, magistrate judge reports, and habeas corpus petitions. Applicants should possess strong research and writing skills and be prepared to handle the rigors of working in a court.

There will be an initial screening, which will identify qualified candidates eligible for a first-round interview to be conducted in-person or by telephone. Applicants who clear this round will be referred to one of the Project’s Participating Judges for a second-round interview, after which each Participating Judge will make a final hiring decision. Applicants who are hired must commit to attending two mandatory training workshops prior to the beginning of the internship, either in-person or via videoconference, and must be available to work full-time as an unpaid intern for a minimum of six weeks.

Summer Law Clerk Program

Description: Each summer, LSNC hosts first and second year law students for 10-week internships based in one of 8 field offices or 2 special programs. Interns are exposed to the major legal problems facing low-income families and learn the practice skills necessary to work in public interest law. Following orientation, interns report to their assigned office, where they may be given a variety of responsibilities, including interviewing clients, drafting pleadings, working with community groups and conducting legal research on various issues facing the community. Each intern will be assigned to a mentor attorney in his or her office. The mentor attorney will guide the intern through the summer and supervise his or her legal work. All interns will have opportunities to work with other staff over the course of the internship. If an intern is working on a discrete project, the intern should plan to spend more than half of her or his time on the project and the remaining time on regular internship duties, which may include work in support of their mentor attorney's caseload.

Summer Program in Environmental Health (SUPEH)

Application Deadline: February 03, 2018
Description: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Summer Program in Environmental Health (SUPEH) is a paid 10-week internship for students majoring in environmental health in a program accredited by the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC). Interns participate in activities with the Environmental Health Services Branch (EHSB) of CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH).

Over the summer, interns explore many aspects of environmental public health. Interns gain environmental health experience and an understanding of environmental health work at the local, state, tribal, and federal levels.

Interns collaborate with federal employees working in the environmental health field and develop mentoring relationships. Interns also shadow senior officials and scientists, spend time in local public health departments, and travel to important environmental health sites in the city of Atlanta and beyond. Interns also attend brown-bag lunches with CDC staff to discuss environmental health topics and make presentations at CDC staff meetings. CDC’s extensive lecture and seminar program is available to interns as well.

SUPEH interns and interns in the Collegiate Leaders for Environmental Health (CLEH) program attend many summer activities together. (Note: eligibility for the CLEH program differs from that of SUPEH. The SUPEH internship offers project work opportunities for students with existing experience in environmental health.)

Summer Research Opportunities Program

Application Deadline: March 01, 2018
Description: The Graduate School’s Summer Research Opportunities Program prepares students for graduate school success. We encourage current undergraduate juniors and rising seniors, in any discipline offered by the Notre Dame Graduate School, to join our campus community for 10 weeks of guided research with world class faculty, culminating in a symposium attended by 200 peer researchers.

Summer Training Academy for Research in the Sciences at UC San Diego

Application Deadline: February 19, 2018
Description: The University of California, San Diego Summer Training Academy for Research Success (STARS) program is an eight week summer research academy for community college students, undergraduate students, recent college graduates, and masters students. STARS offers student participants a rigorous research opportunity with esteemed UC San Diego faculty, informative transfer and graduate school preparation workshops, and educational, cultural, and social activities in sunny San Diego.

Students will:

  • Gain hands on research experience with a faculty mentor's research project
  • Attend a GRE preparation course
  • Attend transfer and graduate school preparation workshops
  • Receive instruction on the transfer and graduate school application processes. Students will also receive instruction on graduate school fellowship applications, such as the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research and Ford Fellowships
  • Present research at the UCSD Summer Research Conference

Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG)

Application Deadline: January 15, 2018
Description: The Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and skills that will complement your academic pursuits. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate tomorrow's leaders, strengthen their understanding of the transportation industry and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The STIPDG is a paid internship program open to all qualified candidates without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.

Supply Chain Advisor

Application Deadline: December 07, 2017
Description: The Office of HIV/AIDS (OHA) within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health (GH) is the center of HIV/AIDS technical leadership for the Agency with primary responsibility for the Agency’s HIV/AIDS program. OHA provides strategic direction, technical leadership, and support to field programs in HIV and AIDS. It provides input to decisions concerning the strategic allocation of financial and human resources in the sector and assists in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs. This entails:

  • Ensuring the technical integrity of Agency and Mission strategies.
  • Providing global technical leadership on the full range of issues related to HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment.
  • Managing numerous research and field support programs.
  • Monitoring and reporting on the impact of the Agency’s HIV/AIDS program.

The Supply Chain for Health Division (GH/OHA/SCH) leads OHA’s commodities program in support of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and is responsible for managing the procurement and supply of commodities; providing technical leadership to supply chain sustainability in countries by collaborating with the United States Government (USG) and international partners; and supporting USAID Missions in their supply chain management programs, providing supply chain assistance as requested by Agency leadership.

Target internships

Description: Target stores' jobs are not only for sales.  The corporation offers Internships are offered for Store Executive, Distribution, Pharmacy, Headquarters Undergraduate and Headquarters MBA internship opportunities

Technology Internship

Description: The League of United Latin American Citizens seeks a passionate and talented college student to fill the open position of a Technology Intern at the LULAC National headquarters in Washington, DC. 

Term and Summer Legal Internship

Description: Several 1L and 2L students join us full-time and having the opportunity to learn public interest and civil rights issues and constitutional law.

The Case Foundation

The George Washington Carver Summer Internship

Application Deadline: February 12, 2018
Description: The George Washington Carver Summer Research Internship Program has been impacting and engaging the minds of high school and undergraduate student program participants for over 25 years. The internship program promotes “science with practice” by exposing interns to research opportunities under the direction of College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) research faculty members. The program seeks to improve the research enterprise through increased diversity; champion the value of graduate education; and prepare and recruit the best and brightest for undergraduate and graduate education at ISU.  The internship program further seeks to bridge the gap between lack of access to technology/information and opportunities to engage in experiential learning in an effort to increase the participation of students of color in STEM fields. In addition to their research experience, interns participate in weekly educational seminars, and social and cultural activities.

The HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) - Summer

Application Deadline: Various
Description: HACU Corporate Internship Program The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is currently seeking students interested in applying for a summer 2015 internship in the corporate sector. The summer internship program dates are May 29 - Aug. 8, 2015 (or June 14 - Aug. 22, 2015, for students at institutions on quarter calendars). The following are the corporations interested in placing HACU interns for summer 2015: Deloitte, Sodexo, GE, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Chick-Fil-A, Aetna, Monsanto, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Hormel, Lockheed Martin, Home Depot, Goldman Sachs, BBVA Compass and PBS. The corporations are seeking the students majoring in the following areas: Accounting Agriculture Business administration Computer science Culinary arts Economics Engineering (mechanical, electrical, nuclear, aeronautical, software, civil, industrial) Finance Hospitality management Human resources Information technology Management Management information systems Marketing Statistics Supply chain management To be considered for a corporate internship: Applicants must meet the following criteria: Minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) Enrollment in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution. Students pursuing only a credential or certificate will be considered ineligible Completion of freshman year of college before the internship begins Authorization or eligibility to work in the United States by law Submit your resume. Click here to email your resume. Include your name and major on the subject line of the email. Complete the online application at http://www.hacu.net/hnip to automatically be considered for a federal internship placement if not selected for a corporate internship. Resumes are being reviewed as they are received.

The National Cancer Institute Health Communications Internship

Application Deadline: March 04, 2018
Description: The NCI recognizes that health information dissemination is key to raising public awareness about new cancer treatments, support for cancer patients and their families, and prevention strategies. To that end, in 1975 the NCI established the Health Communications Internship Program (HCIP) to attract and develop individuals interested in careers in health communications and science writing.

 

The HCIP gives highly qualified graduate students and recent graduate degree recipients the opportunity to participate in vital health and science communications projects in one of the many offices that make up the NCI. Interns will select an area of emphasis: Health Communications or Science Writing. Six-month and one-year internship terms are available.

Thomas B. Fordham Institute: Communications and Development Internship (Spring)

Description: About the role: The Thomas B. Fordham Institute, a leading national education-reform think tank, seeks a communications and development intern to support its D.C. office this spring. This person will assist in a number of nonprofit-management tasks critical to maintaining and improving strong media and foundation relations. Regular duties include the following: ? Creating dissemination strategies and promoting Fordham's research and events to new audiences ? Writing communications and development content for grants, websites, emails, and newsletters ? Researching and strategizing new funder prospects ? Tracking and analyzing Fordham's impact on the education-policy debate ? Managing social-media platforms (including Twitter, Facebook, and Google+) ? Planning and organizing events ? Copyediting grant proposals ? Contributing to the Education Gadfly Weekly and as moderator on the Education Gadfly Show, as necessary The position also includes clerical and administrative duties. This role is diverse and challenging, and it requires a creative and committed individual. Potential interns should be college graduates who are organized, detail oriented, and able to work in a fast-paced and flexible environment. Experience in education policy or teaching is a plus. We're excited to teach the ins and outs of communications and development, but a desire to learn, the ability to accept constructive criticism, and a proactive attitude are vital for success in this role. The successful candidate will report to Fordham's communications and development managers. The position is full time (Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., which comes out to forty hours per week, plus one-hour lunch breaks) and pays $12.50 an hour. Qualifications: -A bachelor's degree in English, communications, political science, or a related liberal-arts field, with demonstrated interest in communications, development, and nonprofit management -A passion for education reform -Self-motivated and a fast learner, with excellent written and verbal communication skills -Organized and able to prioritize projects (many of which may be time sensitive) -Thorough and thoughtful-able to help design events and media- and funder-outreach strategies, all of which require research chops and an ability to make and see connections -Creative, flexible, and in possession of a good sense of humor (we have a tendency to film fun videos at Fordham, and our last two cohorts of interns contributed heavily to this process). -Familiarity with social-networking tools (Twitter, Facebook, Google+), Adobe products, and data-analysis platforms, including Google Analytics, Microsoft Excel, Lexis-Nexis, and Meltwater; knowledge of programming and video and web design a plus, but not necessary -Experience in the classroom, interning at nonprofits or in education policy, or working on student newspapers a plus

Times Publishing Co. Internship

Application Deadline: February 15, 2018
Description: Florida’s largest and best newspaper, with 10 Pulitzer Prizes, is looking for energetic, talented young people for internships in all of its departments. Internships range from 12-week summer experiences to 6-month and 1-year jobs. You will be considered a full staff member and work alongside colleagues who will serve as mentors. Our internship programs are designed to give you hands-on experience to add to your academic credentials. And returning fulltime students are eligible to apply for Intern Scholarships worth up to $3,500 from the Tampa Bay Times Fund.

TV Distribution Accounting Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: To be considered, you must be an undergraduate student currently enrolled in school. The TV Accounting department works with revenue and cash received from the distribution of Fox movies and TV Shows around the world. Our department works with Free TV and Pay TV (including Pay-Per-View, Video on Demand & other Digital Media) contracts, calculating license fees, invoicing and collecting payments. Projects/Tasks: The intern will assist the accounting group with a variety of tasks including journal entries and balance sheet reconciliation. They will learn how to process royalties, prepare monthly reports and management of customer accounts. There will be other duties and various ad-hoc projects as assigned. Learning Objectives: 1. Better understanding of generally accepted accounting principles 2. Ability to perform more complex functions in Excel 3. How to interact with colleagues in other departments, including sales, finance and operations 4. Insight into financial reporting process on a monthly and quarterly basis 5. Exposure to how business is conducted internationally

U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program

Application Deadline: March 02, 2018
Description: How far could a student internship at the U.S. Department of State take you? Just for starters, it would give you a coveted inside look at diplomacy in action, and the range of careers and responsibilities found in the Foreign Service and Civil Service. Think of it as test-driving a career before you decide what you're going to do with your life. You'll gain valuable work experience that you can apply to virtually every endeavor — whether you work in government or the private sector. Most of all, you will feel good about doing something worthwhile for your nation. At the U.S. Department of State, we like to say that we represent America to the world. As an intern here or abroad, you will, too. The U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program is an unpaid internship with the opportunity to work in U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the world, as well as in various bureaus located in Washington, D.C. and at Department offices around the United States. This program is designed to provide substantive learning experiences in a foreign affairs environment. Please subscribe to receive email updates regarding this program. For internship program details such as duties of an intern, participating offices and bureaus, types of internships, and housing information, please view and download the Student Internship Program Brochure.

U.S. Foreign Service Internship Program

Application Deadline: October 03, 2017
Description: During the summer of 2014, The Department of State launched a new internship program, the U.S. Foreign Service Internship Program (USFSIP), which offers a limited number of two-summer ten-week internships to interested candidates to familiarize them with diplomacy and the Foreign Service. The first USFSIP summer entails a few weeks of classroom instruction in U.S. diplomatic history, professional writing, foreign policy operations and career skills. That is followed by an internship on a policy desk at the State Department in Washington, D.C. The second summer involves an internship at a U.S. Embassy overseas. Selected students are paid an entry level salary and qualify for transit benefits in Washington. This program also pays for travel and assists with housing. The USFSIP is open to U.S. citizen undergraduate students who have completed at least one year of college and are currently enrolled in a degree program. To apply, students must submit the USFSIP application on USA Jobs, which will include a transcript, an expository essay on an assigned topic and a copy of the Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA). Applicants must also arrange for two letters of recommendation. Potential applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the Diplomat-In-Residence for their area to discuss their interest; see http://careers.state.gov/connect/dir. The deadline for applying to the USFIP for 2015-16 is October 3, 2014. In line with the State Department’s commitment to foster a diverse and representative workforce, women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The USFSIP operates in the summer except for a few small requirements during the intervening year. This program is in a pilot phase; so it is subject to change.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: The Office of Congressman Robert A. Brady (PA-01) seeks interns for Spring 2015 (Jan-May). Internship responsibilities will include: assisting with research, processing mail, data entry, reception duties, office errands, and other duties as assigned by the Intern Supervisor. Ideal candidate will have strong oral and written communication abilities, a willingness to learn, basic knowledge of the political process, and a firm opinion on the best cheesesteak in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania ties preferred. Both full and part time will be considered. Please send a resume, cover letter (including availability), and writing sample to Liz Leibowitz at liz.leibowitz@mail.house.gov. Please no phone calls or drop-ins.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-2) seeks energetic, motivated, and detail-oriented winter and spring interns for DC office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: staffing the front desk area and greeting all office visitors, leading constituents on capitol tours, processing mail, attending hearings and meetings, researching issue areas and writing legislative briefings and memos, and providing general administrative support for staff and the Member. New England ties preferred. All internships are unpaid. Please send cover letter and resume to NH02.Internship@mail.house.gov along with your dates of availability. No phone calls or walk-ins, please.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Office of Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) is seeking a full-time or part-time intern for the Spring of 2015. This is an opportunity to learn about the inner-workings of a congressional office on the Hill in a fast-paced work environment. The internship allows access to briefings and interesting events related to a wide range of important issues. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, attending Congressional briefings, giving tours of the Capitol, conducting research, responding to constituent inquiries, and processing tour and flag requests. Qualified applicants should possess a professional and courteous demeanor, excellent communication skills, the ability to multi-task, fastidious attention to detail, and interest in the legislative and governmental process. To apply, please send a resume, three references, writing sample, and cover letter to william.washington@mail.house.gov, with the subject ‘Norton Internship’. No phone calls or drop-ins please.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Congressman Gregory W. Meeks (NY-05) is accepting applications for legislative internship positions available in his Washington D.C. office for the upcoming Spring term. This unpaid internship will provide an invaluable hands-on experience in a Congressional office and a greater understanding of the legislative process. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, attending Congressional briefings on behalf of staff, giving tours of the Capitol, conducting research, responding to constituent inquiries, and processing tour and flag requests. Interns will also be given the opportunity to draft memos, write letters, and become a team member in a fast-paced and collegial office. Qualified applicants will possess a professional and courteous demeanor, excellent communication skills, the ability to multi-task, acute attention to detail, and interest in the legislative and governmental process. This is an excellent opportunity for college students seeking Capitol Hill experience. All majors are encouraged to apply. Ties to New York’s Fifth Congressional District are preferred, but not required. Interested applicants should email a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample to Jordan.Morris@mail.house.gov with “Your Last Name-Internship App” in the subject line. Please also include dates and times of availability.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: The Office of Congressman Michael Capuano (D-MA) is seeking full-time interns to aid our administrative and legislative teams. Responsibilities include: researching legislative issues, attending legislative hearings, answering phone calls, processing constituent mail, giving Capitol tours, and assisting in any other special projects/tasks that may arise. Applicants should be self-motivated, reliable, hardworking, and have strong communication skills. Massachusetts ties preferred, but not required. Previous internship experience is a plus. Spring 2015 internships start early January and run through the end of the semester (usually the middle of May). Internships are unpaid. Academic credit is available. Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and a one-page writing sample to juliet.albin@mail.house.gov.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: Congressman Mark Meadows (NC-11) seeks motivated, detail-oriented, personable and organized interns to join his Washington, DC office for the 2015 spring semester. Applicants should have strong conservative values, excellent communication skills, and a committed work ethic. Duties will include, but are not limited to: answering phones, processing mail, researching legislation, drafting correspondence, attending hearings and briefings, giving tours of the Capitol, and assisting front office staff. Applications are considered for this unpaid internship on a rolling basis; preference will be given to candidates who are available to intern full-time. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Ashley Howes at ashley.howes@mail.house.gov. North Carolina ties are preferred, but not required

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Office of Congressman Gene Green (TX-29) is currently seeking a full-time intern for our Washington, D.C. office for the spring session (January-May 2015). Qualified candidates are well organized, with good oral and written communication skills, and possess a strong interest in learning about the political process and congressional affairs. Duties include but are not limited to, answering phones, compiling briefing binders, performing legislative research, assisting in press work, and attending briefings. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to see the inner workings of a congressional office from a senior member. Applicants must be detail oriented with a strong work ethic and an eagerness to represent the 29th district of Texas. Also, an intern with Texas ties and Spanish proficiency is preferred but not mandatory. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to our intern coordinator, Kendrick Vela, at Kendrick.Vela@mail.house.gov.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: The Office of Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (ME-01) is seeking a full- or part-time intern for our Washington, D.C. office for the spring semester (January-May 2015). Qualified candidates are well organized, have good oral and written communication skills, and possess a strong interest in learning about the political process and congressional affairs. The intern will assist in the day-to-day operations of a DC Congressional office by supporting members of staff with constituent communication, legislative research, and administrative activities. Maine or New England ties are appreciated but not necessary. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter detailing availability to our intern coordinator, Evan Johnston, at evan.johnston@mail.house.gov. No calls or walk-ins please.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Congressman John Garamendi (CA-03) is seeking a highly motivated intern to join his Washington, DC office from January through April. Candidates should be collegial, professional, quick learners, and phenomenal team players. Strong oral and written communication skills and close attention to detail are imperative. Duties include assisting staff with legislative, administrative, and press related projects, writing memos and talking points, attending hearings and meetings, answering constituent phone calls, leading tours of the US Capitol, assisting with scheduling, sorting and distributing mail, and managing tour and flag requests. Full-time candidates with California ties and previous internship/work experience are strongly encouraged to apply. This is an unpaid internship. Please e-mail a resume, cover letter and dates of availability to Garamendi.Internships@mail.house.gov.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: Representative Rick Larsen (WA-02) is currently seeking a full-time intern to start the first week of January with a flexible end date. Ideal candidates have excellent writing and research skills, a positive attitude, and a willingness to complete tasks as assigned. Intern responsibilities include researching and writing Congressional correspondence, helping constituents find information and fielding constituent phone calls. This internship also provides the opportunity to work closely with staff members and assist in various projects. Washington ties are preferred, but are not required. If interested, please send a resume, cover letter and two references to: taylor.paquette@mail.house.gov. Please include “WA-02 Internship” in the subject line.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Description: Energetic NY Democrat is seeking a highly motivated legislative intern to join his Washington, DC office for a part time unpaid internship in the Spring. Candidates should possess a professional and courteous demeanor, interest in the legislative process, excellent communication skills, the ability to multi-task, attention to detail, and a sense of humor. Main responsibilities include, but are not limited to, attending Congressional briefings, responding to constituent correspondence, assisting with flag requests, and general office duties. Candidates with New York ties and previous internship/work experience are strongly encouraged to apply. Please e-mail a resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample to NY.ResumeInbox@mail.house.gov. Equal opportunity employer. No calls or walk-ins please.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Office of Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson is seeking full-time and part-time unpaid interns for the Spring 2015 semester in the member’s Washington D.C. office. Responsibilities will include assisting the administrative and legislative staff with writing, legislative research, constituent services, and attending various briefings and hearings. Candidates should be self-motivated, detail oriented and possess strong oral and written communication skills. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience on Capitol Hill while learning about the legislative process. Texas ties are preferred, but not required. If you are interested in this internship opportunity, please e-mail a cover letter, resume, references and a writing sample toDCintern.tx30@gmail.com. Please no phone calls or walk-ins.

U.S. House of Representatives Internship (Winter session)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The DC office of Congressman Derek Kilmer, hailing from Washington’s 6th district, is looking for personable, diligent full-time or part-time interns to start for winter session (December/January – early spring). This is an opportunity to learn about the inner-workings of a congressional office on the Hill in a fast-paced work environment. The internship allows access to briefings and interesting events related to a wide range of important issues. Responsibilities include assisting with constituent correspondence, producing daily press clips, and leading tours of the Capitol. This is a unique opportunity and prime for students or recent grads who are interested in learning about the legislative process or may eventually want to work for the federal government. To apply, please send a resume, contact information for two references, and a cover letter outlining your interest in the position to nwcongressionalinternship@gmail.com, and expect a response within a week. Those with Washington state ties strongly encouraged to apply. We look forward to hearing from you!

U.S. House of Representatives Press and Social Media Internship (Spring)

Application Deadline: Until Filled
Description: The Office of Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) is seeking a full-time or part-time Press and Social Media intern for the Spring of 2015. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to compiling press clips, monitoring daily news, drafting talking points and press releases, updating social media and working closely with the communications director. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in public relations or journalism, possess strong written communications skills, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and professional manner. Please note that the internship is unpaid and housing is not provided, but student can qualify for academic credit depending on the requirements of the college or university. Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter, resume, short writing sample (in the form of a speech or press release) and dates of availability with "Norton Internship" in the subject line to Jason.spear@mail.house.gov. No phone calls or drop-ins please.

U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Internship

Application Deadline: October 25, 2017
Description: The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP), Office of the Ranking Member, seeks unpaid interns for the spring of 2016.  The positions offer undergraduate, graduate, and law students the opportunity to gain substantive experience in a Senate office while participating directly in the legislative process.  Intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting Committee staff in performing office duties, conducting research, analyzing legislation, drafting memorandums, and organizing hearings.  Interns play a key role in the office and will work closely with senior policy advisors. 

HELP Committee:  The HELP Committee works on a wide range of issues in the areas of health, education, labor, workforce, and the economy.

Openings:  

  • Health Policy Intern: interest or experience in health-related matters including but not limited to: the Food and Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health, Medicare/Medicaid, Health Information Technology, Women’s Health, Children’s Health, Mental Health, the Affordable Care Act, health equity/disparities, and public health.
  • Education Policy Intern: interest or experience in education-related matters, including early childhood, k-12, and postsecondary education issues.
  • Labor and Workforce Policy Intern: interest or experience in workforce-related matters, including: labor rights, pension and retirement issues, worker health and safety, equal employment opportunity and civil rights, wage and hour protections, and family and medical leave.
  • Economic Policy: interest or experience in economics and statistical analysis, especially as it relates to HELP committee topics.
  • Communications Intern: journalism, communications, or public relations undergraduate student with interest and experience in politics and/or journalism. 
  • Oversight Law Clerk: clerkship open to current law students or recent law school graduates who are interested in health, education, and labor law and policies that strive to protect consumers, workers, and the public. Previous experience in government is not required but candidates should have a general understanding of the legislative process.     
  • Pensions Law Clerk: clerkship open to current law students with an interest in (i) labor and employment law, (ii) employee benefits law (ERISA), and (iii) workplace rights.  Previous experience in government is not required but candidates should have a general understanding of the legislative process.  

U.S. Senate Iinternship

Application Deadline: Various (Summer: March 1; Fall: July 1; Spring: November 15)
Description: Senator Udall's office offers students the opportunity to immerse themselves in the legislative process and gain experience in the federal government.

Undergraduate Co-op Program - Computer Science/Engineering

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our cooperative education program seeks motivated undergraduate students pursuing degrees in Computer Science, Expert Systems, Hardware/Software, Networking, Programming, and Systems Analysis to work in the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology. You will be part of team providing quick-turnaround technical solutions to satisfy unique communications requirements that require the application and/or modification of both proprietary and commercial hardware and software. Additional responsibilities will include requirements definition, analysis, fabrication, test, and documentation.

Undergraduate Co-op Program - Engineering

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our cooperative education program seeks highly motivated, creative, and innovative students who have outstanding interpersonal and team knowledge to help solve intelligence problems to work in the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology.

Assignments include: Developing quick turn-around technical solutions, which require the application and/or modification of hardware and software; working in an R&D environment focusing on identifying new materials, technologies and techniques that can be integrated into existing business areas; designing, fabricating and assembling all forms of mechanical devices from initial concept to completion or modification and customization of commercial products as well as providing after market services.

Undergraduate Internship Program - Analysis

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our undergraduate internship program seeks motivated undergraduate students to serve internships in the analytic offices and centers of CIA's Directorate of Intelligence. Undergraduate interns work on teams with our full-time analysts. They research, analyze, write, and brief on international political, military, economic, scientific, technical, and leadership developments. In addition to their analytic responsibilities, undergraduate interns become familiar with the Agency and Intelligence Community by participating in a range of meetings and projects. The program allows participants and the Agency to assess opportunities for a graduate studies internship or permanent employment following the participant's completion of undergraduate school.

Undergraduate Internship Program - Computer Science/Engineering

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our internship program seeks motivated undergraduate students pursuing degrees in Computer Science, Expert Systems, Hardware/Software, Networking, Programming, and Systems Analysis to work in the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology. You will be part of team providing quick-turnaround technical solutions to satisfy unique communications requirements that require the application and/or modification of both proprietary and commercial hardware and software. Additional responsibilities will include requirements definition, analysis, fabrication, test, and documentation.

Undergraduate Internship Program - Engineering

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our internship program seeks highly motivated, creative, and innovative students who have outstanding interpersonal and team knowledge to help solve intelligence problems to work in the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology.

Assignments include: Developing quick turn-around technical solutions, which require the application and/or modification of hardware and software; working in an R&D environment focusing on identifying new materials, technologies and techniques that can be integrated into existing business areas; designing, fabricating and assembling all forms of mechanical devices from initial concept to completion or modification and customization of commercial products as well as providing after market services.

Undergraduate Internship Program - Facilities Support Project Management

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Students in the Facilities Support Project Management area are responsible for working in partnership with our customers to provide tailored products and services to satisfy our customers' dynamic needs for facilities at competitive prices. Additionally, Students are responsible for creating safe, secure, functional work environments to support Agency global intelligence.

At entry/developmental levels, Students work under close guidance and supervision. Students will participate and coordinate the activities of well-defined facilities project(s). At this level, students participate in project planning, implementation, development of risk mitigation strategies, and ensure quality of a facilities project through testing and validation activities. They are responsible for one or more facilities project management activities throughout the life of a project. 

Undergraduate Internship Program - Finance Resource Officer

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: The Office of Corporate Businesses (OCB) seeks motivated undergraduate students, with excellent communication and customer service skills, to work with an accomplished, diverse team, providing a full range of financial support for mission requirements. Finance Resource Officers are responsible for the analysis and processing (both manually and electronically) of financial transactions and for ensuring the financial integrity of the Agency's funds. With close supervision, OCB finance interns will learn and use a variety of systems to process a wide range of financial transactions. Finance Resource Officers will use analytical skills to review reports and monitor general ledger accounts. Officers will be challenged to use their talents in the financial arena and provided the opportunity to develop and strengthen their technical expertise.

Undergraduate Internship Program - Graphic Design Specialist

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: CIA University (CIAU) is looking for students to serve as Graphic Design Specialist. The candidate will work as an integral member of CIA instructor teams to create innovative learning experiences for Agency officers. These projects will have a specific focus on technology integration and delivering interactive learning in an online format. The candidate will also be expected to model sound instructional design principles and blended learning strategies to other Agency instructors and media developers.

Undergraduate Internship Program - National Clandestine Service

Application Deadline: April 30, 2018
Description: The National Clandestine Service (NCS) is the covert arm of the CIA.

NCS interns support the NCS mission of collecting human intelligence on critical international developments. Interns will work in the Washington, D.C. area with teams of knowledgeable professionals.

Student internship positions offer salaries competitive with the private sector and the same benefits as permanent employees.

This program is designed for undergraduate students interested in a NCS career via the NCS Professional Trainee Program. Interns are generally Freshmen at the time of application

Undergraduate Internship Program - Open Source Officer

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: The Open Source Center seeks motivated undergraduate students with demonstrated reading proficiency in a foreign language for paid internships. Qualified candidates will have an opportunity to review and assess publicly available information in the foreign arena--including radio, television, press, geospatial sources, Internet sites--and specialized publications--to contribute to the  delivery of high-impact products to the US foreign affairs community.  These students hone their foreign language, area knowledge, and subject matter expertise to develop an understanding of how information collected supports policymakers.

Undergraduate Internship/Co-op - Computer Engineer

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Students serving within the Computer Engineering occupation will work side-by- side with other engineers and on their own specializing in the engineering, development, integration, and product evaluation services for the Agency’s enterprise worldwide workgroup platform. This includes participating in the design of enterprise desktop computing solutions, engineering collaborative solutions (e-mail, team collaboration, web and video conferencing) for the Agency and Intelligence Community and introducing state-of-the-art technologies into the corporate baseline. This is an excellent opportunity to participate in and contribute to the development and support of Agency’s mission critical systems – common platforms, collaborative computing and service-oriented architecture.

Undergraduate Internship/Co-op Program - Applications Developer

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Students serving within the Application Developer occupation will work side-by-side with other Computer Scientists, Software Engineers and Web Designers and Publishers. Working in one of several offices that directly support analysis, intelligence collection and other business areas, candidates will analyze, develop and deploy innovative information/software systems and capabilities to enhance the CIA's capabilities to collect, produce and disseminate intelligence. Unique state-of-the-art solutions will be created to reduce information overload through innovative information exploitation, enhance intelligence production capabilities, expand internal and external collaboration services and evolve an expansive intelligence knowledge base.

Undergraduate Internship/Co-op Program - Information Assurance Security Professional

Application Deadline: See application website
Description: Our Information Assurance (IA) student trainee program seeks motivated undergraduate and graduate students to serve Co-Ops and/or internships in a team environment working with Information Assurance security professionals to participate in the development and deployment of mission-critical systems in support of the Agency's cyber defense mission. As a student Co-Op in our organization, you will have the opportunity to work alongside IA professionals in providing IA technical development and security guidance to customers within our organization.

Undergraduate or Graduate Student International Television Research Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Have a specific interest in International Television Research (TV Ratings, Audience Demographics, Audience Profiles and Composition, Series Ratings Analysis). Projects will include: Creating & updating both the Broadcast & Cable U.S. Primetime Schedule, Daily UK Overnights report and analysis for the London Sales Office, updating the International Series Track Reports for Canada, Australia, and the UK, and other ad hoc reports as needed. Great Excel and PowerPoint skills. Working collaboratively with others; Eager to learn about international TV markets; Pays close attention to detail. Strong organizational skills & research skills, professional demeanor, excellent verbal & communication skills. Detail oriented. Familiar with Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Program Length: The approximate dates of this internship are mid-January 2015 until May 2015. Interns must be available to work approximately 20 hours/week for the duration of the internship (approximately weeks). Application Process: Please submit a resume and a cover letter detailing your qualifications and area(s) of interest.

Undergraduate Publicity Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Twentieth (20th) Century Fox Film Corporation is one of the major American movie studios, located in the Century City area of Los Angeles, California, USA, just west of Beverly Hills. The studio is a subsidiary of News Corporation, the media conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch. Some notable films include: Star Wars series, Minority Report, Walk the Line, Ice Age series, X-men series, The Devil Wears Prada, The Simpsons, Live Free or Die Hard, and Borat. This is an internship where you will have the opportunity to see the inner workings of a publicity team and gain real industry experience in our New York office. Projects/Tasks: Daily / weekly breaks (newspaper / magazine clippings) Creating and updating field screening charts and promotional initiative charts Answering telephones Preparing and working at screenings, premieres, junkets, promotional stunts Running errands Assisting with projects from publicists and press coordinators Learning Objectives: An understanding of the function of national and field publicity Excellent administrative and organizational skills Experience preparing for and working at various publicity events

Undergraduate Research Internship (Spring 2015)

Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: 20th Century Fox TV is hiring an undergraduate Research Intern for the spring of 2015. Interns will be involved in and learn competitive program trending, utilizing varied research software systems. Interns will also develop sales materials including one-sheets, draft local station pitches and conduct program analysis. Interns will also analyze and trend national data for syndicated, network and cable programming, and learn how to read and interpret research data.

US Department of Transportation's Women and Girls in Transportation Initiative (WITI)

Description: On July 26, 2010 U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the expansion of the Women‘s Internship program to encourage young women to pursue careers in transportation.

The U.S. DOT Women’s Internship Program will now expand from one to all eleven Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) regions, enabling young women from colleges and universities across the country to participate. Administered through the department’s 11 Small Business Transportation Resource Centers (SBTRC) which provide resources, technical assistance and outreach to all 50 states and U.S. territories, each SBTRC will be responsible for placing qualified female college students in transportation related internships throughout their regions.

US Education Delivery Institute Internship

Application Deadline: December 31, 2017
Description: Position Summary The intern will work closely with EDI's program and operations teams to provide support to the K-12 and higher education engagement managers on implementation of the delivery approach with our partner systems. Responsibilities could include but are not limited to: -Updating the delivery curriculum and tools, based on lessons learned from staff and partners. -Collaborating with EDI engagement managers to document the delivery work occurring in the field, including successes, challenges, and artifacts of the delivery approach. -Supporting EDI engagement managers on project implementation with partners. -Researching relevant systems and national data and compiling briefings and presentations. -Supporting the office with general administrative needs such as typing notes from meetings and conferences and assembling, packing, and shipping presentation supplies. Responsibilities will be adapted to fit the specific interests and skills of the intern.

Application Process Please submit a resume and cover letter with the subject heading of “Graduate Intern” OR “Undergraduate Intern” to the attention of Engagement Manager Tom DeWire at info@deliveryinstitute.org by December 31st.

Video & Media Internship (Spring)

Description: D.C. United is seeking an individual to assist with all aspects of the club’s video and multimedia production. Candidates must possess technical knowledge and skill in the following: Operating and handling DV & HD camera equipment Final Cut Pro, Avid Express or other non-linear editing program MAC & FTP savvy Owning HD camera gear a plus Knowledge of Video Compression, After Effects, Motion Graphics a plus Knowledge of Major League Soccer a plus The internship places large responsibility upon the individual, allowing him or her to handle numerous aspects of the club’s behind-the-scenes video pieces about the team. Under the direction of the Communications Department, the individual will also have a hand in generating and executing ideas. The individual will also have the opportunity to shoot games from the sideline, interview players in the locker room and cover players outside of their soccer lives. The internship then allows the individual the opportunity to gain valuable experience in editing software including Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Live Type, Motion, DVD Studio Pro and Soundtrack/Sonicfire Pro. The ideal candidate should be a self-starter, an independent worker, trustworthy and organized with strong communication skills. Candidates should also have a full time commitment on days available and a flexible schedule. This position requires work on evenings and weekends based on the teams schedule. For more information on the internship or to apply, please contact Lee Burrows at lburrows@dcunited.com

Warriors to Workforce Program (W2W)

Description: The VA Acquisition Academy Acquisition Internship School’s Warriors to Workforce Program (W2W) is designed to prepare severely wounded Veterans for a successful transition into a career as a contract specialist (GS-1102). This training provides wounded veteran “interns” with the training and education to support a Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C) Levels I and II, and prepares them to become trusted business partners capable of exercising sound business judgment to achieve best value solutions that serve the Veteran. The program leverages a training program that focuses on developing the mental and emotional strengths needed to success in their new endeavors.

Program Year One Interns are hired as GS-1106 procurement technicians at grade 5. In the first year of the program, interns complete the necessary college courses to satisfy the 24 hours of business credits required for entry into the contract specialist GS-1102 job series. In addition to earning the required college business credits, a very critical component of the W2W program is performance training and performance psychology—applications that have proven to be more effective than traditional training and development methods. This approach supports the evidence that under conditions of high stress and demand, the ability to manage mental, emotional and physiological responses is paramount to achieving extraordinary performance. The W2W curriculum provides a mental skills training component that focuses on developing mental and emotional strengths needed to succeed in this challenging career series. Additionally, year one of the program exposes the intern to contracting fundamentals. Program Years Two and Three Upon successful completion of the first year, interns convert to contract specialists in the Acquisition Intern Program. The curriculum is based on the 32 Federal Acquisition Institute-defined contracting workforce General Business and Technical Competencies found at www.fai.gov. If all aspects of the program are successfully completed, interns are eligible for the appropriate proficiency level I and II of Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C). Upon successful completion of the program, interns are strategically infused into the workforce to meet the needs of VA contracting organizations throughout the country.

White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics Internship Program

Application Deadline: Rolling
Description: Internship Program The White House Initiative’s Year-round Internship Program provides current undergraduate and graduate students with an opportunity to learn about Latino-focused education policy, communications, and outreach at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Collecting research and data on Latino education, institutions and communities for briefing materials; Transcribing Latino leader and President’s Advisory Commission meeting notes and/or participant feedback following WHI events; Performing data entry and managing the office database/Listserv (Salesforce and govDelivery programs); Greeting and escorting visitors to meetings; Participating in strategic planning and staff meetings and other Department policy briefings and meetings relevant to the work of the WHI; Assisting senior staff in preparing interim and final reports and other materials for senior officials; Responding to constituent inquiries verbally or in writing in English and/or Spanish; Creating and/or updating presentations, fact sheets, one-pagers or talking points; Assisting with all planning and implementation needs for upcoming local and out-of-town events and meetings, which can include collecting/researching background materials, cold-calling Listserv members, cataloging attendees, escorting senior Administration officials and members of the President’s Advisory Commission; and more; Maintaining office media archives, which includes searching for any media coverage related to WHI events and speaking engagements; Liaising between the WHI and local and national Latino organizations and federal agencies; Providing Facebook and Twitter updates to the WHI’s accounts as needed; and Traveling (when necessary). In addition, opportunities for developmental growth are encouraged, such as interviewing senior Department officials and officials from external organizations, and attending internal/external presentations and briefings related to Latino education. Duties also will vary slightly (more substantive work) for graduate students, particularly Ph.D. candidates. Throughout the course of their internships, students will have the opportunity to attend meetings, briefings and other special events on the Hill, at the White House and in other federal agencies. Group tours and other social outings also are organized by the chief of staff, and include locations such as the Library of Congress, White House, U.S. Capitol, and the Smithsonian Institution museums.

How to Apply Applicants must submit ALL of the following items to be considered for an internship: Resume; One-page cover letter stating: Student’s reasons for wanting to intern with the office; Term to which he or she is applying (i.e., summer, fall, winter, spring); Dates of availability (start and end dates of the internship); and What the student has accomplished or plans to accomplish to improve the academic achievement and/or socioeconomic advancement of Hispanics; Official/Unofficial transcripts; Proof of enrollment for the current and the next semesters (Class schedule or Lettr from Registrar); Volunteer Service Agreement [MS Word, 28KB]; Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification [PDF, 378KB]; Form 306, Declaration for Federal Employment [PDF, 374KB].

White House Internship - Fall 2016

Application Deadline: April 17, 2018
Description: The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.

White House Internship - Summer

Application Deadline: January 15, 2018
Description: The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.

Wildlife Law & Policy Internship (Fall, Spring and Summer)

Description: AWI offers on-site internships every fall, spring, and summer for persons enthusiastic about our work to protect wildlife, both terrestrial and aquatic. We also accept several off-site/remote interns on an ongoing basis. Applicants must be willing to assist with a myriad of wildlife and marine mammal law and policy issues, including but not limited to drafting legal analyses, public comments, Endangered Species Act listing petitions and legal memos. Projects are diverse; most are ideal for a law school student but students pursuing Masters programs in scientific and/or public policy fields are also encouraged to apply. To better acquaint yourself with AWI’s work before applying, please visit our wildlife program section. Interested applicants should send their cover letter and resume to Tara Zuardo at tara@awionline.org. Please specify the term you are seeking to intern for (i.e. Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring) and whether you are interested in an on-site or remote internship when you apply. Law students: preference will go to students that have taken or are currently enrolled in any of the following courses: Environmental Law/Litigation/Clinic, Administrative Law, Animal Law, International Environmental Law, Wildlife Law, Public Lands & Resources Law, and/or related coursework. Please indicate whether you are a 1, 2, or 3L when you apply.

Wolf Trap Internships

Application Deadline: July 01, 2018
Description: The Wolf Trap Internship Program is designed to provide meaningful hands-on training and experience in the areas of arts administration, education, and technical theatre. Internships offer the practical opportunity to become an integral member of the staff and to work side-by-side with professionals producing, promoting, and administering the full spectrum of the performing arts.

Available in areas such as: Accounting, Communications and Marketing, Development, Education, HR, Ticket Services, Program and Production.

Spring, Summer and Fall internships are offered. Dates below are for Fall internship. See website for other dates.

World Bank Internship

Application Deadline: October 31, 2017
Description: The Bank Internship offers highly motivated and successful individuals an opportunity to improve their skills while working in a diverse environment. Interns generally find the experience to be rewarding and interesting.

This Internship typically seeks candidates in the following fields: economics, finance, human development (public health, education, nutrition, population), social science (anthropology, sociology), agriculture, environment, private sector development, as well as other related fields. Fluency in English is required. Prior relevant work experience, computing skills, as well as knowledge of languages such as French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, and Chinese are advantageous.

The Bank pays an hourly salary to all Interns and, where applicable, provides an allowance towards travel expenses. Interns are responsible for their own living accommodations. Most positions are located in Washington, DC (some positions are offered in country offices) and are a minimum of four weeks in duration.

Summer and Winter internships available. Winter dates are below.

Writing and Editing Internship

Description: The WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, an innovative global program that aims to influence 200 cities by 2019, is seeking a creative intern to assist our Marketing and Communications team in generating content for TheCityFix.com blog and EMBARQ.org news section, as well as email monthly newsletters. This internship is ideal for recent graduates or early-career professionals in communications, marketing, public relations, environmental studies, urban studies, English, liberal arts, or related studies. You will get real world experience in a fast-paced environment. Internships may vary in length depending on your schedule, interest, and abilities. The WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities integrates WRI’s global analysis and builds on its on-the-ground experience in urban planning, sustainable transport, energy, climate change, water management, and governance. The Center galvanizes action that will help cities grow more sustainably and improve quality of life in developing countries around the world. It operates through a global network of offices in Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and Turkey, and Washington, DC where this internship will be located. More information at www.wri.org/wri-ross-center-sustainable-cities Responsibilities The intern will gain experience in the following areas: 70% Editing, writing, and publishing online as support to experts 15% Researching news stories, blogs, on new initiatives and trends; interacting with and assisting WRI experts in promoting their work 10% Email marketing 5% Organizing content on websites, databases, social media

Youth Action Council on Transition (YouthACT)

Application Deadline: August 06, 2017
Description: The Youth Action Council on Transition (YouthACT) is a national initiative to get more youth with disabilities and their allies involved as leaders who partner with adults and organizations to improve opportunities for youth to succeed in life. “Transition” is the process and period of change that youth go through to become adults. Transition typically occurs between ages 12 and 25. During transition, youth need a variety of opportunities and supports to learn and develop skills and experience, set and achieve goals, and make personal decisions about school, work, and life.

Many organizations and government agencies are responsible for helping youth transition to adulthood. This includes schools, employment and training programs, afterschool and recreation programs, health and mental health services, housing programs, disability services, courts and juvenile justice agencies, and child welfare and foster care programs.

Too often, youth don’t have a voice when agencies and organizations are deciding what youth services and opportunities to offer. It is important for agencies and organizations to hear from youth about what they need and want during the transition years so they can provide the right opportunities, services, and supports. For this reason, YouthACT aims to increase positive youth-adult partnerships where young people and adults work together, share power, and support and learn from each other to build stronger communities. All individuals in the partnership have the opportunity to engage in planning, decision-making, and action consistent with their own interests and skills.

YouthACT works with youth, ages 12 to 25, to develop skills and knowledge in leadership and advocacy so they can speak up about what all youth need to be successful during transition to adulthood. YouthACT also supports youth in learning how to partner with adults and work with peers as a team to advocate for improving youth opportunities and services in their local communities. NCWD/Youth will select four teams in 2014. The 2014 cohort will work collaboratively with the 2013 cohort.