The Analyst’s Office is hosting one intern for the Spring 2022 semester. We are asking interested candidates to apply for the position. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Amy Rose, email@example.com. In the cover letter, the candidate should address how working in the Harris County Analyst’s Office will support their academic and/or career goals. All applications should be submitted to Ms. Rose by Friday, December 6 directly by the candidate. A decision will be made by Friday, December 10. Candidates may be current students satisfying a program requirement, or 2022 graduates.
Qualifications: The qualifying candidate needs to be interested in public policy issues, a self-starter, and able to jump in on projects covering a range of topics. The qualifying candidate should be comfortable with and capable of working remotely while still meeting project deadlines. Strong writing skills are a necessity.
About the Position: The position is unpaid. The expectation would be for a minimum of 8 hours of work per work week for the term of the internship. It should be expected that the term of the internship will be spent working remotely—though that could change during the course of the internship if the local circumstances change. The intern will be provided with a County-issued laptop for the term of the internship to complete all County-related work. The County laptop should not be used for any personal use.