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Internship with Senator Risch's Office
Senator Risch's internship program provides a unique experience that invites students interested in public service to observe U.S. democracy at work and participate in the legislative process. To learn more about this amazing opportunity, click here.
Senator Risch's Office - Washington, DC
Internships are available year-round in the Washington, D.C. office.
Regional Director Internship
Basic understanding of U.S. Politics and international development, highly organized with the ability to prioritize multiple functions and tasks while managing their work time efficiently, Strong team player that loves to bring new ideas to the table, Ability to demonstrate frequent independent judgment with decisiveness, Excellent overall communication skills: oral, written, presentation.
4-6 hours/week. Flexible, independent schedule
The Borgen Project
To apply, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Political Internships in Paradise!
The Project Vote Smart National Internship Program provides a unique lesson in the study of American politics. Students from across the nation and around the world come to our high tech research center in the Montana Rockies for ten weeks to help American citizens educate themselves about elected officials and candidates. To learn more visit www.votesmart.org or call 888.868.8762.
Project Vote Smart
On going opportunities
Discover a variety of internship opportunities!
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Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Opportunity
The Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program is a leadership development program that trains, inspires, and sustains emerging leaders committed to social justice. Program participants gain practical experience fighting hunger & poverty through placements in community-based organizations across the country, as well as policy experience through placements in Washington, D.C. In this unique program bridging community-based efforts & national public policy, Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows develop as effective leaders in the movement to end hunger & poverty. Each year, 20 participants are selected from around the country for this year long program.
Must be committed to social justice, demonstrate leadership qualities & skills, committed to anti-racism, Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, & U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.
$16,000 annual living allowance with health insurance, travel expenses, housing placement, $3500 end of service award, & more other benefits.
Congressional Hunger Center
Please fill out an application (found at www.emersonapplication.org) which has 3 parts: a data form, 3 page application document, & letters of recommendation. For a more detailed description, please click here.
Congressional Hunger Center, Hall of the States Building, 400 N. Capitol Street, NW Ste. G100. Washington, D.C. 20001
(202) 547-7022 Ext. 29
Washington Internship Institute (WII)
WII offers three Internship programs for undergraduate and graduate students:
� The Capital Experience - serves students of all majors who wish to investigate careers in Washington, DC.
� The Embassy and Diplomatic Scholars Program - serves students with interests in international relations including languages and business.
� Go Green Program - serves students with interests in environmental action and policy.
Washington Internship Institute
Student Internships/ADA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Criminal Justice, Psychology Sociology, Political Science, Technical Communications, and Mass Communications (Video Production)
Marine Patrol; Misdemeanor Probation; Inmate Learning Center; and Pretrial/Electronic Monitoring.
See the attachments.
Flexible to Student Schedule
Please submit an application at http://careers.adasheriff.org/.
Please visit: http://www.adasheriff.org/Careers/HiringStandards.aspx
HR Selection & Internship Coordinator
Department of Commerce Internships
5 openings each semester in the following departments: Economic Development, Office of Science & Technology, International Business Development, Tourism Development and Information Technology
~Experience or training in spreadsheet, database, and word processor software
~Knowledge of data collection, research, and analysis
~Good writing and communications skills
Specific responsibilities may include:
~Research and organize industry, economic and other statistical data
~Contact government entities and businesses to obtain data elements to include in publications and databases
~Update data elements, create spreadsheets and databases, and develop charts
~Enter data, text and graphics into publications
~Attend conferences and meetings and provide support work
Up to 20 hours per week during fall/spring semester. 40 hours during summer semester.
Alicia Harper 208-334-2650 ext 2136 or Fax 208-334-2631
Resumes are accepted year round via fax or at alicia.harper(at)commerce.idaho.gov
Georgetown's D.C. Internship
Internship in Washington D.C. through Georgetown University. The program has two tracks: Public Policy and International Policy. This program allows approximately 300 hours of professional internship experience. The package includes housing, internship placement, courses for credit, and special events. This is a great opportunity to interact with other student leaders from around the country and the world.
Applicants must complete an online application available at www.dcinterships.org. Applicants must be undergraduates who have completed at least two semesters of study at an accredited college or university by the start of the Institute. Scholarships are also available within the online application and must be submitted with the rest of the application.