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Opportunities in the Federal Government

Hey #Hoyas – interested in opportunities in the federal government but not sure where to start? Many departments and agencies offer a wide range of opportunities that might fit your interests. You may also discover some you didn’t even know existed.

Although many opportunities for summer 2021 are now closed, here are some resources to help you get organized for next year (and a few deadlines you can still meet): bit.ly/gov-careers

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Seeding Success Special Assistant

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Summary

The Special Assistant will serve as an administrative assistant and policy researcher in the Seeding Success Public Policy Department. This role will support the Chief Public Policy Officer and the Department to execute four key tasks in fulfillment of Seeding Success’ mission, including: 1) policy analysis of issues that impact cradle-to-career outcomes and social and economic mobility; (2) creation and maintenance of feedback loops with internal and external partners; (3) development and execution of political and legislative strategies; (4) and successful advocacy of policy goals for Seeding Success and partner organizations.

The Special assistant will help the Chief Public Policy Officer with administrative duties, including scheduling meetings, organizing the Seeding Success Public Policy Committee meetings, and serving as a liaison with internal and external partner organizations. Additionally, this role will support the policy staff with policy research and memo writing.

Essential Functions

  • Schedule, coordinate and maintain the Department head’s calendar of appointments, meetings, and travel itineraries.
  • Support the department head manage meetings with department staff and Public Policy Committee meetings, including scheduling, drafting meeting agendas, and capturing meeting action commitments, among other administrative tasks.
  • Support Department staff research public policy issues, draft memos, and track legislation and legislative calendars.
  • Support policy team’s efforts to monitor legislative and agency regulatory activity.
  • Support efforts to strategize and advance interventions to influence legislation and regulations that are consistent with the organization’s mission.
  • Support policy team’s efforts to collect and analyze qualitative and quantitative data to help guide leadership in understanding and addressing public policy challenges.
  • Support Department’s efforts to create and maintain feedback loops that offer insight from internal and external partners on social problems and solutions confronting Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee.
  • Support the Department’s effort to organize meetings and events that will increase the public’s knowledge of the legislative process and pending initiatives.
  • Attend, when necessary, meetings of local and state legislative bodies.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Travel

Travel is required for advocacy trips to the Tennessee State Capitol, professional development opportunities, and collaboration with regional and national partnerships.

Competencies

  • Possess excellent organizational skills, professional decorum, judgement, and ability to schedule competing and high-priority meetings and events.
  • Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Possess understanding of how to find high-quality/peer-reviewed research.
  • Demonstrated awareness of community dynamics and issues.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully navigate in a fast-paced, outcomes-driven, political and non-profit environment.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the values of diversity, inclusiveness, and empowerment.

Qualifications

Ideal candidates are recent college graduates with two to three years of experience, including internships and summer employment. Candidates may hold a bachelor’s degree in public policy, law, public administration, economics, business administration, or adjacent public policy fields that impact education and social and economic mobility outcomes. Lastly, candidates should be open to professional growth – specifically related to policy analysis, legislative and political strategy, and advocacy.

Benefits

Salary: commensurate with experience, $45,000-$60,000

Benefits: health, dental, vision, and 401K retirement plan.

To apply, please submit, using “Special Assistant” in the subject line to Careers@seeding-success.org and include a:

1. Resume

2. Cover letter

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Adobe Government Relations and Public Policy Intern

Overview

The Adobe Government Relations and Public Policy Intern will work on several projects in the Washington, DC area related to the federal government, including Congress, as well as state and select international governments. The successful candidate will have demonstrated interest in government work and public policy at either the federal, state or local level. After working with Adobe’s Government Relations Team, the individual will have extensive knowledge of how Congress, the legislative process, the inner workings of government policy and administrative actions, and many contacts to help get them started on developing a career that includes government service and involvement, including a network of contacts in public policy and government. Washington, DC is a wonderful place to be an intern. The intern ranks are enormous. Networking and learning opportunities are everywhere. Adobe’s Government Relations Interns are provided with a view of federal, state and international governments that few intern opportunities offer.

Responsibilities

Projects the Government Relations intern will be involved in during the summer are based on the global government relations team’s needs at the time but might include:

• Create compelling content around Adobe’s policy and advocacy efforts using Adobe’s tools.

• Set up and participate in advocacy preparation and policy development meetings.

• Coordinate advocacy meetings and events with government officials.

• Research new areas of policy interest in tech and business.

• Expand internal systems and tools used by the GR group to coordinate global advocacy and messaging.

• Attend and report out on industry and policy discussion events and meetings.

• Work as part of a larger team to expand Adobe’s presence in several policy areas important to society.

• Attend policy events, government official speeches, hearings and roundtables on a variety of topics and prepare summaries for use by Adobe’s subject matter experts.

Requirements

• Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and actively pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Business, Law, Public Relations, Communications, Political Science, or related field.

• Special consideration will be given to candidates who have demonstrated an interest in government by their research, studies, employment or extracurricular activities.

• Desire to learn about government operations, policies and processes.

• A genuine passion for public policy and politics.

• Strong written and verbal communications skills and not afraid to network or get to know new people.

• Computer skills including word processing, researching, database creation, slide preparation, etc.

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House Committee on Oversight and Reform Majority Staff Digital Intern

Overview

The House Committee on Oversight and Reform Majority Staff seeks a motivated and reliable student to fill a full-time digital intern position this fall.

Digital intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to, content creation, graphic design, manual photography, videography, website maintenance, analytics and performing other press and administrative tasks as necessary. Successful candidates will possess familiarity with programs such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Canva, OBS Studio, as well as compiling and interpreting social media analytics.

Ability to work in a fast-paced, rapid response environment and willingness to learn is a must; sense of humor strongly encouraged. This position reports to the communications director. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please send a resume and portfolio to oversightpress@mail.house.gov

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House Committee on Oversight and Reform Majority Staff Press Intern

Overview

The House Committee on Oversight and Reform Majority Staff seeks a motivated, reliable, and detail-oriented student with a passion for communications to fill a full-time press intern position this fall. The ideal candidate should be a strong writer, team player, and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

Press intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to, compiling press clips, maintaining press lists, and drafting press releases. This position reports to the communications director and broader communications team. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please send a resume to oversightpress@mail.house.gov

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Republican Governors Association Internships

Overview

The Republican Governors Association primary mission is to help elect Republicans to governorships throughout the nation and provide our governors with the resources to govern effectively.

We are looking for motivated individuals who have passion for politics and interested in learning more about working at a political committee. Applicants must be motivated, focused, organized, responsible, independent and effective when working with deadlines.

We accept both current undergraduate and graduate students and recently graduated students to participate in our intern program.

We work with each individual on their schedules but prefer those who can work full time, Monday through Friday, 9:00AM – 5:00PM.

You will be assigned to work closely with one of our departments: Communications, Political, Policy, Events, Legal or Fundraising.

Application Deadlines:

Spring 2021 – November 1, 2020

Summer 2021 – March 1, 2021

Fall 2021 – June 1, 2021

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Democratic Governors Association Research Internship

Overview

Democratic Governors Association (DGA), the independent, non-profit, campaign committee responsible for electing and supporting Democratic governors, is seeking a Research Intern for the Fall 2021 term. The DGA works closely with the state and Washington, D.C. offices of the Democratic governors as well as many other national Democratic and progressive organizations.

DGA internships allow interested students to obtain practical political experience with the DGA’s various departments. The DGA Research Team is responsible for working with the nation’s Democratic governors and candidates to promote their agendas, win elections, and hold Republicans accountable. Typical Research Intern tasks will include assisting with candidate research, monitoring and summarizing news clips related to governors and their policies, transcribing interviews and news clips of governors and candidates, and providing other support to the DGA Research Team as needed.

DGA Research interns will mainly report to the Research Associates and Analysts for assignments and feedback, as well as regular check-in’s with the Director of Operations and Administrative Assistant who manage DGA’s internship program.

For the Fall 2021 Term, DGA internships will be entirely remote and selected interns are provided a program stipend of $4,000. Housing is not provided.

Applicants should submit a resume and 1-2 paragraphs on why you want to work as an Intern at the DGA and how you anticipate a DGA internship will benefit your career. Potential applicants who have an interest working on Democratic campaigns or supporting Democratic campaigns are strongly encouraged to apply. No calls, please.

Diversity Practices

The DGA recognizes that its continued success requires a group of hardworking, intelligent interns from diverse backgrounds during each term. The DGA is committed to ensuring equal opportunity to participate in the DGA internship program regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, or veteran status.

The DGA strongly encourages individuals with a diverse background to apply to its internship program and to share why your demonstrated commitment to diversity and experience working in diverse communities makes you a strong applicant as part of your cover letter.

Typical Responsibilities

    1. Assist in the drafting of research memos on Republican candidates and governors to hold them accountable for their policies and actions;
    2. Assist in the drafting of state specific issue memos for use in campaigns or with stakeholders;
    3. Assist in media monitoring and the compilation of news articles pertaining to the political landscape of governors and gubernatorial candidates;
    4. Assist with transcriptions of media appearances of Republican governors and candidates for use in campaign communications;
    5. Help with other special projects, assignments, and tasks as assigned by the Research Associates, Analysts, or other members of the Research Team.

Minimum Qualifications/Expectations

    1. Excellent punctuality and attendance;
    2. Good, professional verbal and written communication skills;
    3. Good and consistent attention to detail;
    4. Ability to cooperate and effectively communicate with a diverse staff and other interns;
    5. Ability to ask appropriate questions to gather information to complete a task on time and up to expectations;
    6. Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.;
    7. Proficiency with other web tools such as Google Docs;
    8. Strong commitment to the principles of the Democratic Party;
    9. Strong interest in current events and national/state/local campaigns and politics;
    10. For Fall terms, remote availability for a minimum of 18 hours per week is requested.

The DGA’s Director of Operations can work with selected interns and their school/program to obtain course credit for this internship.

The DGA offices are based in downtown Washington, DC and we are currently in a remote work protocol due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The DGA will work with potential candidates to schedule remote interviews and process on-boarding procedures remotely, as necessary.

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Democratic Governors Association Fundraising Internship

Overview

The Democratic Governors Association (DGA), the independent, non-profit, campaign committee responsible for electing and supporting Democratic Governors, is seeking Fundraising interns for the Fall 2021 term. The DGA works closely with the state and Washington, D.C. offices of the Democratic Governors as well as many other national Democratic and progressive organizations.

DGA internships allow interested students to obtain practical political experience within the DGA Fundraising & Events Department including donor research, policy research, fundraising/event management, and administrative support to the DGA staff who is responsible for working with the nation’s Democratic Governors to raise money for the DGA.

DGA Fundraising interns are assigned a variety of projects and tasks that support the DGA staff within the Fundraising, Events, Policy, and Administrative departments. Fundraising and events interns mainly report to the Finance Assistant and Deputy Events Director for assignments and feedback, as well as regular check-in’s with the Director of Operations and Administrative Assistant who manage DGA’s internship program.

For the Fall 2021 Term, DGA internships will be entirely remote and selected interns are provided a program stipend of $4,000. Housing is not provided.

Applicants should submit a resume and 1-2 paragraphs on why you want to work as an Intern at the DGA and how you anticipate a DGA internship will benefit your career. Potential applicants who have an interest working on Democratic campaigns or supporting Democratic Campaigns are strongly encouraged to apply. No calls, please.

Diversity Practices 

The DGA recognizes that its continued success requires a group of hardworking, intelligent interns from diverse backgrounds during each term. The DGA is committed to ensuring equal opportunity to participate in the DGA internship program regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, or veteran status.

The DGA strongly encourages individuals with a diverse background to apply to its internship program and to share why your demonstrated commitment to diversity and experience working in diverse communities makes you a strong applicant as part of your cover letter.

Typical Responsibilities:

    1. Assist in the research of current and prospective donors of the DGA to draft memos for DGA staff and Democratic Governors;
    2. Assist in the management of important databases such as contributions and political contacts;
    3. Assist in the production of virtual fundraising events on behalf of Democratic Governors and gubernatorial candidates;
    4. Assist in the production of meeting materials for DGA staff and Governors;
    5. Help with other special projects, assignments, and tasks as assigned by DGA Fundraising, Events, Policy, and Administrative staff.

Minimum Qualifications/Expectations:

    1. Excellent punctuality and attendance;
    2. Good, professional verbal and written communication skills;
    3. Good and consistent attention to detail;
    4. Ability to cooperate and effectively communication with a diverse staff and other interns;
    5. Ability to ask appropriate questions to gather information to complete a task on time and up to expectations;
    6. Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.;
    7. Proficiency with other web tools such as Google Docs;
    8. Strong commitment to the principles of the Democratic Party;
    9. Strong interest in current events and national/state/local campaigns and politics;
    10. For Fall terms, remote availability for a minimum of 18 hours per week is requested.

The DGA Internship Coordinator can work with selected interns and their school/program to obtain course credit for this internship.

The DGA offices are based in downtown Washington, DC and we are currently in a remote work protocol due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The DGA will work with potential candidates to schedule remote interviews and process on-boarding procedures remotely, as necessary.

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Democratic Governors Association Communications Internship

Overview

The Democratic Governors Association (DGA), the independent, non-profit, campaign committee responsible for electing and supporting Democratic governors, is seeking Communications interns for the Fall 2021 term. The DGA works closely with the state and Washington, D.C. offices of the Democratic governors as well as many other national Democratic and progressive organizations.

DGA internships allow interested students to obtain practical political experience within the DGA Communications Department including policy and candidate research, monitoring and summarizing news clips related to governors and their policies, managing press and political contact information, drafting social media and e-mail content for eventual publication, and administrative support to the DGA staff who are responsible for working with the nation’s Democratic governors and candidates to promote their agendas and position them to win campaigns.

DGA Communications interns are assigned a variety of projects and tasks that support the DGA Communications, Political, Digital, and Administrative staff. Communications interns mainly report to the Press Assistant and Digital Strategist for assignments and feedback, as well as regular check-in’s with the Director of Operations and Administrative Assistant who manage DGA’s internship program.

For the Fall 2021 Term, DGA internships will be entirely remote and selected interns are provided a program stipend of $4,000. Housing is not provided.

Applicants should submit a resume and 1-2 paragraphs on why you want to work as an Intern at the DGA and how you anticipate a DGA internship will benefit your career. Potential applicants who have an interest working on Democratic campaigns or supporting Democratic Campaigns are strongly encouraged to apply. No calls, please.

Diversity Practices

The DGA recognizes that its continued success requires a group of hardworking, intelligent interns from diverse backgrounds during each term. The DGA is committed to ensuring equal opportunity to participate in the DGA internship program regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, or veteran status.

The DGA strongly encourages individuals with a diverse background to apply to its internship program and to share why your demonstrated commitment to diversity and experience working in diverse communities makes you a strong applicant as part of your cover letter.

Typical Responsibilities:

    1. Assist in the research of policy initiatives/outcomes of the Democratic governors and their opponents for use in campaign communications;
    2. Assist in media monitoring and the compilation of news articles pertaining to the political landscape of governors and gubernatorial candidates;
    3. Assist in the management of important databases such as press contacts and political contacts;
    4. Assist in the production of meeting materials and news clips summaries for DGA staff and governors;
    5. Assist in drafting social media content for publication;
    6. Help with other special projects, assignments, and tasks as assigned by DGA Communications, Research, Political, Digital, and Administrative staff.

Minimum Qualifications/Expectations

    1. Excellent punctuality and attendance;
    2. Good, professional verbal and written communication skills;
    3. Good and consistent attention to detail;
    4. Ability to cooperate and effectively communicate with a diverse staff and other interns;
    5. Ability to ask appropriate questions to gather information to complete a task on time and up to expectations;
    6. Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.;
    7. Proficiency with other web tools such as Google Docs;
    8. Strong commitment to the principles of the Democratic Party;
    9. Strong interest in current events and national/state/local campaigns and politics;
    10. For fall terms, remote availability for a minimum of 18 hours per week is requested.

The DGA Internship Coordinator can work with selected interns and their school/program to obtain course credit for this internship.

The DGA offices are based in downtown Washington, DC and we are currently in a remote work protocol due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The DGA will work with potential candidates to schedule remote interviews and process on-boarding procedures remotely, as necessary.

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The Mellman Group Political Public Opinion Research Internship

We are always looking for interns interested in public opinion polling with a commitment to Democratic politics and a statistics background to work on public opinion research for political campaigns, public interest groups, membership organizations and businesses. Ideal person is interested in public opinion polling with a commitment to Democratic politics and has a statistics background. The primary internship responsibilities include:

  • Conducting background research on candidates, opponents, or potential clients
  • Editing memos, PowerPoint presentations and proposals
  • Reading and understanding crosstab banners and topline questionnaires
  • Monitoring polls the first night they are in the field
  • Sorting quotes from focus group transcripts
  • Creating focus group handout summaries
  • Some administrative work when necessary

Knowledge of SPSS, statistics, or quantitative analysis would be helpful, but not required. Applicants must be able to work fast, have a commitment to detail and accuracy, handle a high-pressured working environment, and work well in a team atmosphere in a small office. This is a full-time position with a 40 hour work week. Applicants must be available to work between 9am-6pm ET, and have a flexible schedule to work early mornings, late evenings and weekends. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, staff and interns are currently working remotely, though once it is safe, staff and interns will be expected to work in our DC office. Pay is $15/hr. Casual workplace.

Send resume and cover letter to: internships@mellmangroup.com

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Punchbowl News Fellow

Punchbowl News is looking for a journalist to join their team as a paid fellow for six months. More info from Punchbowl: We are a news publication with a 3x daily newsletter publishing Monday through Friday. Journalism experience of at least two years is required. The fellow would be involved in producing, copy-editing and publishing the newsletters. Attention to detail and being able to work under time-sensitive deadlines is critical. Other responsibilities include prepping newsletters, social media engagement, finding relevant articles for the newsletters and writing projects for new products.

This is an hourly paid position.
We would require somebody to work at a minimum between the hours of 4:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. There would be opportunities for additional hours based on discreet projects and need.

Please email your resume to info@punchbowl.news.

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ATI Advisory Summer Internship

Summary

ATI Advisory (ATI) is a research and advisory services firm changing how businesses, communities, and public programs serve frail older adults. We provide insight backed up by original research, delivering practical solutions for our clients and the families they serve. Our founder, Anne Tumlinson is an influential voice among healthcare leaders working to transform how care is delivered and financed in this country. Some of our clients include post-acute and long-term care provider organizations, Medicare Advantage plans, PACE organizations, and foundations.

Position Information

ATI Advisory is currently seeking a Research and Data Analytics Intern to join our company in Summer 2021. This is a paid internship lasting 10 weeks (with the option to extend) and will be fully remote.

Responsibilities

• Conduct qualitative and quantitative research on a diverse array of healthcare and aging services issues affecting older adults.
• Draft written summaries, Excel documents/models, PowerPoint presentations to provide strategic recommendations to clients.
• Review external reports and publications and summarize relevant findings
• Provide project management support, including preparation of meeting materials, scheduling meetings, and taking notes.
• Develop content expertise on a range of healthcare and aging issues.
• Ensure website content is updated with news, events, and content that ATI has produced
• Perform quality control (QC) on publicly facing materials and client deliverables.

Preferred Skills

• Exceptional analytical, problem solving, and quantitative skills
• Programming and/or financial modeling experience
• Ability to synthesize extensive research findings into relevant insights
• Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively
• High degree of professional maturity
• High level of initiative, quick learning ability, and resourcefulness
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
• Experience working in Excel

Applicant Requirements

• A rising Senior undergraduate student or graduate student majoring in public policy, public health, public administration, business, statistics, economics, mathematics, or another related field.
• Interest in the healthcare field and in health and aging policy issues.

How to Apply

Please submit copies of the following application materials to ops@atiadvisory.com.
• Resume
• Cover letter

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374Water Government Affairs Internship

374 Water‘s Government Affairs Intern(s) will have the opportunity to join a fast growing hard science, start up that is changing the water and waste paradigms globally. 374Water’s cleantech, decentralized infrastructure systems will enter the government regulated markets of water, air, chemicals, and waste. 374Water’s decisions to focus on certain markets, channels, geographies and opportunities will be directly informed by the work GA Intern(s) perform.

The goals of these projects are to map out for the company in a clean, structured way the various paths to market in different geographies and who in the regulatory and legislative fields should 374Water be engaging with. The position is remote, but at project end, the intern(s) will (at their option) meet 374Water team members in Washington D.C. for final work assessments and meetings with target decision makers on Capitol Hill. There will be an opportunity to join the 374Water team full time as its lead Government Affairs Associate at the end of the program.

Accepting applications currently and would like to hire immediately for this unpaid internship. Send resume and cover letter to Steve McKnight

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National Republican Congressional Committee

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is looking for interns in each of our divisions. We are looking for politically interested undergraduate students that want to gain marketable skills, lifelong connections, and have an enjoyable experience interning at our Washington, DC headquarters. Your internship will allow you to contribute measurable value to the NRCC’s operations and stay connected with the organization long after your last day as an intern.

To apply for an NRCC internship, please click below and email your resume and introduction to: wgreaton@nrcc.org

Please note that while the NRCC’s official internship program is currently paused due to COVID-19-related restrictions, they are accepting and reviewing resumes on a rolling basis for internships as early as they can accommodate them. Please check the NRCC  page for developing updates about their internship program.

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Andrew Goodman Foundation

The Andrew Goodman Foundation supports youth leadership development, voting accessibility, and social justice initiatives on campuses across the country with mini-grants to select institutions of higher learning and other financial assistance to students. Our vision is that young people will become active, engaged citizens who ensure a just democracy and sustainable future. Join us during this critical time for American democracy and help shape the next generation of civic leaders.

The Andrew Goodman Foundation is hiring for several positions in the Programs department.

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Story Partners

As a full-service public affairs agency, Story Partners has deep expertise and a wide range of traditional and social media skills to meet your challenge and drive to victory. Known for our winning strategies, creativity and zealous determination to win—we offer clients exceptional strength in seven service areas critical to public affairs campaign success.

Public Affairs Interns

Story Partners is seeking fall interns. The intern program provides a substantive, hands-on experience in a fast-paced workplace.  The ideal candidate is a motivated, self-starter and creative thinker.  We encourage students with a communications background or an interest in the role of public affairs in the political process to apply. Interns should be prepared to enter a professional office and work hard every day.

Duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Drafting a wide selection of written and creative materials
  • Monitoring news coverage (traditional and digital) for client issues
  • Facilitating a variety of social media engagements and analysis
  • Building and maintaining reporter databases
  • Conducting media and issues-related research

Story Partners will arrange unique excursions for interns to further their understanding of the different aspects of public affairs in Washington, D.C.  These will include touring the U.S. Capitol, attending a congressional hearing, and touring a major news studio.

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@storypartnersdc.com

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