Seeking Public Policy Interns
The Office of Civil Rights is seeking two detail-oriented, collaborative interns to research policies and practices related to federal civil rights compliance. In this role, you will analyze and compare how ODOT and other state DOTs implement Title VI and disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) activities.
You will gain valuable work experience and learn more about the great culture at ODOT as you develop your intellectual honesty and critical thinking skills. You will also develop strong listening and communication skills through firsthand experience with public policy. If you have an interest in government and the desire to make a difference, we welcome your application.
We are accepting applications from students accepted into or currently working towards a graduate degree in public or business administration, public relations, or a related field. Those who have graduated with an advanced degree within the past two years within these fields are also welcome to apply. These internships will be done remotely, and a work laptop can be provided.
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