For undergraduate or graduate students interested in exploring an internship with the Analyst’s Office, please submit a cover letter and resume to Amber Weed, firstname.lastname@example.org. In the cover letter, the candidate should address how working in the Analyst’s Office will support their academic and/or career goals.
About the Position: The intern should expect to join an existing project team to contribute research, data analysis, and/or written analysis to an ongoing project. The intern may expect to be acknowledged in all completed publications on which the intern makes significant contributions. 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. The internship may be entirely remote or hybrid (a combination of in-person and remote work).
Qualifications: The qualifying candidate needs to be interested in public policy, a self-starter, and able to jump in on projects in varying policy areas (e.g., health, environment, economic, etc.). The qualifying candidate should be comfortable with and capable of working remotely while still meeting project deadlines. Strong writing skills are a necessity.