Opportunities of the Week

Happy April to you! Read on for upcoming events, internship and job listings, and other opportunities for the Government/Law/International Affairs career community.

Upcoming Virtual Events

Visit links to learn more and RSVP; find many more events on Handshake

Internship Listings

Visit links for additional info and requirements

  • Research Intern with the Bipartisan Policy Center (Remote) — This is a research-heavy internship that will involve assisting a senior fellow with researching, writing, and editing for articles and a new book on the presidency as well as logistical prep for an upcoming conference. (Paid; Open to rising juniors and above; Visit site for additional internships)
  • Communications Intern with the Democratic Governors Association (Remote) — DGA internships allow interested students to obtain practical political experience 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. (Paid; Visit site for additional internships) 
  • Public Policy Intern with the Washington Technology Industry Association (Remote) — Partnering with the Vice President of Government Affairs, the Public Policy Intern will focus on policy research, writing, and data analysis to help WTIA drive policy outcomes that build a strong technology sector in a thriving community. (Paid)

Job Listings

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An important note about hiring timelines for current seniors: It can be challenging to ascertain whether a position is meant for YOU, i.e., someone graduating in May 2021 OR if it’s intended for someone who can start much sooner, i.e., in less than a month. If the listing comes from Handshake and lists seniors as an “allowed school year,” then you’re good to go! If it’s unclear, you could consider reaching out to the prospective employer to ask if 2021 grads can apply. In the absence of a clear answer, you might still choose to apply and hope they keep your application on file, but understand that they may want someone who is able to start earlier. At the very least, add the organization to your “list of employers to revisit,” because they may post opportunities in the future that better match with your timeline.

Great reminder for everyone: Whether you’re attending a virtual event or applying for an opportunity, there are many ways to learn about career paths and gain experience. Talk to a career advisor about finding options that align with your interests and goals.

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By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Career Advisor / Multimedia & Communications Specialist Susannah Krenn