Want to Work in National Security? Sign Up Now for Virtual Career Fair 2/26

Meet the Intelligence Community Online!

The United States Intelligence Community (IC), an integrated network of agencies that work together to protect our nation’s security, is seeking a culturally diverse, technologically savvy and skilled workforce for exciting careers in a number of fields.

 

Attend the IC Virtual Career Fair to explore career opportunities, chat with recruiters and subject matter experts, and learn how to apply for job openings.

Participating agencies include:

 

Learn about programs and interact with recruiters and hiring managers from the comfort of your computer or mobile device:

Tuesday, February 26, 2 p.m. – 8 p.m. ET
Registration is now open.

To sign up, go to ICVirtualFair.com

Space is limited! To guarantee your entrance into this event, pre-register now.

Banner for the Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair with Seals from the U.S. Intelligence Community

CAREER BLITZ: Science

Topics Include:

  1. All Ivy Environmental Career Fair  (1-Mar-13) (Columbia University, New York, NY)
  2. Energy Rodeo – Conference (February 9, 2013) (Houston, TX)
  3. The Franklin Institute – Discovery Camp Curriculum Intern (Winter/Spring) (Philadelphia, PA)
  4. The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program – Fellowship (Apply by December 14)
  5. Roche – Intern – Medicinal Chemistry (Summer) (South San Francisco, CA)
  6. Department of Agriculture – Post-Graduate Position (Geneva, NY)
  7. Covance – Summer Intern (Indianapolis, IN)
  8. BlueGreen Alliance – Winter Internships  (Washington, DC & San Francisco, CA)
  9. Guide to Life Science Careers – Resource
  10. National Science Foundation – Summer Research Opportunities – Multiple Disciplines  (Nationwide)

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All Ivy Environmental Career Fair – (Columbia University, New York, NY)
Meet with representatives from organizations hiring for internships and full-time employees. Registration is now open and free for students!
http://bit.ly/VJCnZ2

Energy Rodeo – Conference (Houston, TX)
Free one-day conference for college students (undergrads and graduates) – seeking entry into the energy industry..) Get advice from industry professionals and network with companies including Citibank, Trafigura, OTC Global, and Noble who will be actively recruiting to fill their summer and full- time analyst classes. ($30 registration fee is refunded when you attend the conference.)
http://bit.ly/QEOdom

The Franklin Institute – Discovery Camp Curriculum Intern (Philadelphia, PA)
Want to teach science? Interns are needed to help develop curriculum for camp and assist in the preparation of camp materials for program featuring hands-on activities and museum exploration at Philadelphia’s world-famous Franklin Institute.
http://bit.ly/VpGes1

The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program – Fellowship
Pursuing an undergraduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines? Interested in theoretical and applied research? Receive a full scholarship, summer internship, and be gainfully employed by the Department of Defense upon degree completion.
http://bit.ly/THHWbX

Roche – Intern in Medicinal Chemistry (South San Francisco, CA)
The Genentech Chemistry Internship Program is an intensive 3-4 month opportunity where undergraduate chemistry students work within the fast-paced and challenging environment of our South San Francisco, CA research headquarters.  Contribute to synthetic chemistry projects, interacting with and working side-by-side with drug discovery industry experts.
http://bit.ly/YS5VZ3

Department of Agriculture – Post-Graduate Position (Geneva, NY)
Help find solutions to Agricultural problems that affect Americans every day, from field to table through supporting research at Plant Genetics Resources Unit
http://1.usa.gov/Uh58JA

Covance – Summer Intern (Indianapolis, IN)
Gain professional hands-on experience and an insider’s glimpse into the FDA approval process for new drugs through an internship at one of the leading contract research organizations facilitating clinical trials and project management.
http://bit.ly/RboDsq

BlueGreen Alliance – Winter Internships (Washington, DC & San Francisco, CA)
BlueGreen Alliance (BGA) is an exciting, fast-paced organization that covers a wide variety of issues from climate change to green chemistry to smart grid infrastructure, bringing together an effort to advance a 21st century economy that respects workers, protects the environment and secures America’s energy future. Intern work includes research assistance and writing, legislative support, event planning, communications and working with U.S. and international nongovernmental organizations.
http://bit.ly/Ud2zbp

National Science Foundation – Summer Research Opportunities – Multiple Disciplines (Nationwide)
Directory of National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates Program. This is a listing of opportunities available for Environmental Science related programs, visit individual sites for program details and application deadlines.
http://1.usa.gov/Xvjr4q

Guide to Life Science Careers – Resource
Concise, easy to read online overview of career options in the life sciences — includes tips for resumes.
http://bit.ly/121Fqzs

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Check out more science opportunities at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/science.html

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215

CAREER BLITZ: Government & Public Policy

Topics Include:

  1. Bank Information Center (BIC), Legislative INTERNSHIP
  2. Running Start, Star FELLOWSHIP (DC)
  3. Defense Intelligence Agency, Summer INTERNSHIP Program-Mission Enabler (DC)
  4. Reason, PAID INTERNSHIPS (DC)
  5. CSIS, Program Coordinator/Research Assistant -Middle East Program-POST GRAD (DC)
  6. RAND Corporation, Research Assistant-POST GRAD (Santa Monica, CA)
  7. Office of United States Trade Representative-Student Internship Program
  8. 4th annual Student Forum on Global Learning
  9. U.S. Department of Justice-Environment and Natural Resources Division-Law and Policy Section

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1.Bank Information Center (BIC), Legislative INTERNSHIP

BIC partners with civil society actors in developing and transition countries to influence the World Bank and other international financial institutions (IFIs) to promote social and economic justice and ecological sustainability. DEADLINE: OCT 15   http://bit.ly/SJ7fLy

2. Running Start, Star FELLOWSHIP (DC)

This program brings together college women (juniors/seniors/or recent grads) from across the country to intern on Capitol Hill. Each semester seven college women are placed in offices to intern for a female Representative or Senator. Housing and a stipend are provided.  DEADLINE: OCT 17    http://bit.ly/TmQLsg

3. Defense Intelligence Agency, Summer INTERNSHIP Program-Mission Enabler (DC)

Gain practical work experience in the areas of analysis, research, report writing and oral briefings, policy development, program management, and computer applications related to the intelligence field. Interns are appointed from June through August, as full-time, temporary employees. DEADLINE: OCT 31  http://1.usa.gov/OOM89z

4. Reason, PAID INTERNSHIPS (DC)

The job includes reporting and writing for Reason and Reason Online, and helping with research, proofreading, and other tasks. Previous interns have gone on to work at such places as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABC News, and Reason itself. Interns work for 10 weeks and receive a $5,000 stipend.  DEADLINE: NOV 13   http://bit.ly/SI8xEM

5. CSIS, Program Coordinator/Research Assistant -Middle East Program-POST GRAD (DC)

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a non-profit, bipartisan public policy organization providing strategic insights and practical policy solutions to decision makers concerned with global security and prosperity.  http://bit.ly/SI8yZa

6. RAND Corporation, Research Assistant-POST GRAD (Santa Monica, CA)

Research Assistants’ tasks include data collection, preparation and analysis; support to modeling and simulation; computer programming; literature reviews; preparation of draft documents; and presentations and coordination of work among project team members. Research Assistants may travel with project teams and may have the opportunity to co-author reports and journal articles.  http://bit.ly/Q8PWj5

7. Office of United States Trade Representative-Student Internship Program

The student intern program at USTR is a year-round, volunteer program in which undergraduate and graduate students gain knowledge and experience on U.S. trade policy. Assignments may include research, analysis, statistics, coordination of briefing books, report preparation, meeting and conference planning, letter writing, and covering meetings, hearings, and/or legislative markups.  http://1.usa.gov/SYPBxT

8. 4th annual Student Forum on Global Learning

Provides the opportunity for you to share with the Dartmouth community an experience or project that explores the interconnectedness of global issues, that reflects critically upon learning that happened in a global context, or that enhanced your sense of self and other cultures through a cross-cultural experience.  Proposals DUE: OCT 14  http://bit.ly/SI8Csb

9. U.S. Department of Justice-Environment and Natural Resources Division-Law and Policy Section

The Law and Policy Section (LPS) advise and assist the Assistant Attorney General on legal and policy issues.

DUTIES:attend congressional hearings and report on environmental legislation; research legal and policy issues; and provide support for the section’s amicus litigation. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, pass a background check, and be willing to commit about 30 hours per week.  Must either be enrolled as undergrad during internship, or planning on returning to school in the time period following the conclusion of the internship.

TO APPLY: email, fax, or mail  cover letter, resume, unofficial transcript, and 3-5 page writing sample (may be an excerpt from a longer paper on any topic) to:

Sarah Lu
Environment and Natural Resources Division / LPS
P.O. Box 7415
Ben Franklin Station
Washington, DC 20044-7415
Fax: (202) 514-4231
Email: sarah.lu@usdoj.gov

Deadline: OCT 21. (Specify in your cover letter what dates and what hours you are available)

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Check out the government/policy webpage at http://bit.ly/Q8iRUf

Make an appointment with an Advisor by calling 603-646-2215

 

CAREER BLITZ: Government and Public Policy

Topics Include:

  1. CIA Info Session – Career and Internship Opportunities
  2. Public Service Fellows Program- SPRING (DC)
  3. Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, INTERNSHIP (DC )                                   
  4. Women Thrive Worldwide- SPRING INTERSHIPS (DC)
  5. HIV Law Project, Policy INTERNSHIP (NY)
  6. Sierra Club, Campaign Research INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)
  7. Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace FELLOWSHIP
  8. WEBINAR: Decoding the Presidential Management Fellows Application Process

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1.  CIA Info Session – Career and Internship Opportunities

October 3 (WED) from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, Class of 1930s Room (Rockefeller Center)  Dinner included! Register at: http://bit.ly/UzdD9A

2.  Public Service Fellows Program- SPRING (DC)

Position requires a commitment to public service, READ team descriptions and fellowship positions to determine which position(s) you are best qualified for and most interested in. PAID monthly stipend.  Deadline: Oct. 26  http://bit.ly/OijZq1

3.  Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, INTERNSHIP (DC )                Unpaid internships in government policy. Apply at:  http://bit.ly/QZvG1E

4.  Women Thrive Worldwide- SPRING INTERSHIPS (DC)

Non-profit advocating for U.S. policies that empower women in developing countries. Communication & Outreach Intern and Global Development Policy Intern. Deadline: October 19   http://bit.ly/PjsxOS

5.  HIV Law Project, Policy INTERNSHIP (NY)

Assist the legal team in providing comprehensive services to low-income people living with HIV/AIDS. http://bit.ly/SIlwIu

6.  Sierra Club, Campaign Research INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)

The Sierra Club Sierra Nevada Resilient Habitats campaign works to protect the communities, wild lands and wildlife of the Sierra Nevada region. View additional internships:  http://bit.ly/SIlIaE

 

7. Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace FELLOWSHIP

Full-time junior staff member at the participating organization of one’s choice.  Gain a Washington perspective on key issues of peace and security. Deadline: Oct. 1  http://bit.ly/VQU8Hh

8.  WEBINAR: Decoding the Presidential Management Fellows Application Process

October 16 (TUES)  4- 5PM; Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center

Targeted for graduate students- learn about the Pathways Programs and application process  http://bit.ly/UNpZFp

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Check out the government/policy webpage at http://bit.ly/Q8iRUf

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215

 

Careers in Government: Alumni Panel – Monday 8/13 @ 4:30 PM

Careers in Government: Alumni Panel

Monday, August 13

4:30-6:00 pm

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Join us to learn about the variety of paths that can lead you to a career in government! Hear valuable insights from Dartmouth alums about internships, diverse paths within the field,  and advice about getting your foot in the door

 

 

Panelists Include:

  • Stuart Reed ’08, Council on Foreign Relations
  • Sasha Rogers ’05, Office of Management & Budget
  • Nik Steinberg ’02, Human Rights Watch
  • Matt McKnight ’05, Indus Growth Partners
  • Meredith Wilson-Chang ’07, Defense Intelligence Agency

Moderated by Government Professor, Brian Greenhill

EVENT IS SPONSORED BY: Dickey Center for International Understanding, Department of Government, Rockefeller Center, & Career Services

Governor’s Internship Program (Mass./DC)(Summer) – DEADLINE: 3/16/12

Governor’s Internship Program (Boston)(Summer) – DEADLINE: 3/16/12

THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
STATE HOUSE BOSTON, MA 02133

Have an interest in public service? Want to spend time gaining a valuable experience and first hand education on the inner-workings of government?

Governor Deval Patrick’s Office is seeking highly motivated undergraduate students interested in a hands-on learning experience in the following departments:

  • Appointments
  • Judicial Nominating Commission
  • Cabinet Affairs
  • Legal Counsel
  • Community Affairs
  • Legislative Affairs
  • Press
  • Operations (Scheduling and Advance)
  • New Media and Online Strategy
  • Personnel
  • Constituent Services
  • Western MA office in Springfield
  • Governor’s Council
  • Washington, D.C. Office

As an intern in any of the Governor’s Offices, you will gain insight on the various paths within public service and learn valuable skills that will prepare you for your future career!
If you are interested…

Please submit:
1. A cover letter
2. A resume
3. A writing sample (2-3 pages)
4. Three (3) letters of recommendation (At least one from a current or former employer)

VIA REGULAR MAIL OR E-MAIL TO:
Lauren Feltch – Internship Coordinator
Office of the Governor
State House, Room 271-M
Boston, MA 02133
(617) 725-4010
Lauren.Feltch@state.ma.us
LEARN MORE ONLINE AT: http://www.mass.gov/governor/interns
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 16, 2012
Rolling acceptance until all slots are filled.
All majors welcome; Full and part-time positions available.

Career Blitz: Government/Public Policy

Topics Include:

  1. Undergraduate Fellows Program, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy ; Columbia University
  2. Public Service Fellows Program, Partnership for Public service
  3. Summer Internship, Future of Music Coalition
  4. Code for America, Fellowship Program (Post-Grad) (11mos.)
  5. Summer 2012 Political Fellow, Women’s Campaign Fund
  6. Center for Immigration Studies Internship Program
  7. Research Assistant, U.S. Climate Initiative; Washington DC

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1. Undergraduate Fellows Program, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy ; Columbia University

Provides the opportunity to collaborate with ISERP-affiliated faculty members on ongoing social science research. Gain hands-on experience by working on projects within disciplines such as Sociology, Political Science, Economics, Public Health, and Statistics. All undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Deadline: March 5

Visit the program’s website at: http://iserp.columbia.edu/content/summer-program-undergraduates

2. Public Service Fellows Program, Partnership for Public service; Washington, DC

Opportunity for undergraduate students and recent graduates. Fellows’ duties vary but often include event planning and execution, conducting research, writing and preparing correspondence, and conducting outreach to external partners, such as government agencies and colleges and universities.  Fellows will receive a monthly stipend. Deadline: March 9

For more information: https://apps.ourpublicservice.org/fellows/default.aspx

3. Summer Internship, Future of Music Coalition

Future of Music Coalition is a national non-profit education, research and advocacy organization that identifies, examines, interprets and translates the challenging issues at the intersection of music, law, technology and policy. Recent internships areas include: communications, events, and policy. Deadline: March 16 

http://futureofmusic.org/positions-and-internships

4. Code for America, Fellowship Program (Post-Grad) (11mos.)

Talented web developers, designers, and entrepreneurs leverage the power of the internet to make governments more open and efficient, and in doing so, they become civic leaders able to realize transformational change in government with technology. Fellows work to help cities innovate, and receive the training and support to be positioned as a leader in business, public service, or both. Deadline: March 18

Visit: http://codeforamerica.org/fellows/

5. Summer 2012 Political Fellow, Women’s Campaign Fund; Washington, DC

The Women’s Campaign Fund is dedicated to advancing the political participation and leadership of women who support reproductive health choices for all. WCF, founded in 1974, is a non-partisan national network dedicated to achieving parity for women in public office. Fellows work 36 hours a week and will receive a $500 per month stipend. Deadline: April 1

http://www.wcfonline.org/fellowship

6. Center for Immigration Studies Internship Program

The Center for Immigration Studies is the nation’s only think tank devoted exclusively to the research of U.S. immigration policy and is a leading voice in the drive to inform policymakers and the public about immigration’s far-reaching impact.  Undergraduate interns are accepted for all semesters.  Interns assist the Center’s staff with a variety of research, media relations, and administrative tasks. Applications are accepted year-round.

http://www.cis.org/InternshipProgram

7. Research Assistant, U.S. Climate Initiative; Washington DC

WRI’s Climate and Energy Program seeks a research assistant to provide research, analysis, and other support. The U.S. Climate team works to provide timely, accurate, and non-partisan research information to policymakers at both the state and federal level. Join a team focused on opportunities for federal agencies and states to drive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.

For more information, view: https://careers-wri.icims.com/jobs/1225/job

For additional resources, visit: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/students/careers/govt.html

 

International Specialty Bulletin #5, February 2012

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • U.S. Dept. of State –  FALL Internship Program
  • Search for Common Good (SFCG) – International Internship Program
  • MEXICO:  IAPE – Assistant Teacher Internship
  • LONDON ­-  Mountbatten Institute Internship Program ( 1yr.) – POST-GRAD
  • Global Health Fellows Program II- USAID – Internship
  • LONDON – BioMed Central – Editorial Intern – POST-GRAD
  • Relief InternationalMiddle East and Haiti Programs Intern (DC)
  • Intensive Language Immersion – Middlebury College
  • Sister Cities International – Special Programs Intern
  • Congressional-Executive Commission on China – INTERNSHIP

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1. U.S. Dept. of State –  FALL Internship Program:

DEADLINE:  MARCH 2   http://careers.state.gov/students/programs

2. Search for Common Good (SFCG) – International Internship Program:

Interns work (typically 3 mos. in summer) with NGOs to find culturally appropriate means to strengthen societies’ capacity to deal with conflicts constructively, using innovative tools such as media production – radio, TV, film and print – mediation and facilitation, training, community organizing, sports, drama and music. Include the following countries: Angola, Burundi, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, East Timor, Guinea, Indonesia, Israel/Palestine (based in Jerusalem), Kosovo, Liberia, Madagascar, Nepal, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.    (Yearlong internships are also available.)   http:www.sfcg.org

DEADLINE: FEB. 25

3. MEXICO:  Inter-American Partnership for Education (IAPE) – Asst. Teacher Internship:

April 20- May 24, 2012

The English Language Fellow (Assistant Teacher Intern) participate in drills, assist Rassias Trainers and plan/deliver evening cultural activities.

(IAPE) is a joint effort of Worldfund and Dartmouth College’s Rassias Center for World Languages and Cultures.

DEADLINE:  FEB. 29   See full description in DartBoard, under Job Search tab – enter Inter-American in Employer field.

4. London ­ Mountbatten Institute Internship Program ( 1yr.) – POST-GRAD:

Combine full-time work with seminars, self-assessment, and projects leading to either the Certificate or MBA in International Business Practice.  http://www.mountbatten.org/mipweb.nsf/pages/ld_a_year_in_london   (for year beginning August)   *MARCH 31

5.  Global Health Fellows Program II- USAID – Internship:

25 newly-opened summer internships with USAID in Washington, DC. One of the offices in USAID’s Bureau for Global Health—Office of the Assistant Administrator, Office of HIV/AIDS, Office of Population and Reproductive Health, Office of Health, Infectious Diseases and Nutrition. Technical areas include: * HIV/AIDS * Infectious diseases (e.g. malaria, avian influenza, TB) * Maternal and child health * Reproductive health * Nutrition * Commodities and logistics. While most positions are at the graduate level, some positions are also open to undergraduate students who meet certain criteria. http://www.usaid.gov/careers/studentprograms.html

6. LONDON – BioMed Central – Editorial Intern– POST-GRAD:

Work 3 months with the journal acquisitions team, identifying existing journals that would be suitable to become part of BioMed Central’s publishing portfolio.  http://www.biomedcentral.com/about/bmcjobs

7. Relief InternationalMiddle East and Haiti Programs Intern (DC):

Assist in report and proposal editing; write program summaries or assist in developing program communication material; assist on creating or revising program budgets.    (See list for several other internships)  http://www.ri.org/get_involved/volunteer-and-internships.php

8. Intensive Language Immersion – Middlebury College:

Middlebury College conducts intensive summer immersion programs for undergraduate and graduate college credit in 10 languages. Offer 24/7 learning environment with expert in-class instruction, co-curricular activities in language and small classes. Sampling of Middlebury’s programs:

-7-8 week programs in Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish (Middlebury, VT campus)

-7-8 week program in Arabic, Japanese, French and Spanish at Middlebury at Mills (Oakland, CA)   http://www.middlebury.edu/ls/

9.  Sister Cities International – Special Programs Intern:

The Special Programs Intern will assist with the planning and/or implementation of annual Sister Cities programs which include but are not limited to the Young Artists and Authors Showcases and the Annual Youth Leadership Conference. There will also be a research component as the Special Programs intern will be expected to stay up to date on member activities. http://www.sistercities.org/about/advocacy_internship.cfm#Advocacy

10.  Congressional-Executive Commission on China – INTERNSHIP (paid):

Conduct research and writing projects on human rights and rule of law issues in China under the supervision of Commission staff. Interns may also assist with researching and updating records on the Commission’s Political Prisoner Database. Interns may also be invited or required to attend some of the many rule of law and human rights events.  http://www.cecc.gov/pages/general/employ.php

Government/Public Policy Careers Digest: February 6th, 2012

GOVERNMENT/PUBLIC POLICY CAREERS DIGEST: FEBRUARY 6th, 2012

Thinking about working with the federal government? You may be wondering what types of opportunities exist relating to your major. To see some examples of federal jobs by college majors, check out: http://www.usajobs.gov/ResourceCenter/Index/Interactive/JobsByCollegeMajor#icc.

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

USPACOM, Unpaid Government Internships: Hawaii
U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM), together with other U.S. Government agencies, protects and defends the United States, its territories, Allies, and interests; alongside Allies and partners, promotes regional security and deters aggression; and, if deterrence fails, is prepared to respond to the full spectrum of military contingencies to restore Asia-Pacific stability and security. Students interested in joining PACOM for Summer (June or July) 2012 should submit their application packet by January 31st.

For more information on positions and USPACOM, visit: https://community.apan.org/pacom_strategic_partnerships/p/studentvolunteerinternships.aspx.

Koch Internship Program, Charles Koch Institute; Washington DC
The Koch Internship Program is an opportunity to not only work for a think tank or public policy organization in Washington, DC, but also receive valuable professional education and hands-on experience. Designed for students and recent graduates who are passionate about economic freedom, the program offers a chance to develop your knowledge and skills, while building a valuable professional network and understanding of non-profit career paths. Interns earn $10 an hour and receive $50 a month in Metro benefits. The summer program runs from June 4, 2012 to August 17, 2012. Deadline: March 1 To apply, visit: http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/internship-program/

CEI Intern Program, Competitive Enterprise Institute
The Competitive Enterprise Institute is a pro-market, public policy group committed to advancing the principles of free enterprise, limited government, and individual liberty. The CEI intern program seeks to help interested undergraduates, recent college graduates, and graduate students learn about the ideas of liberty and help to promote them by pairing them with a member of CEI’s policy, development, media, or administrative staff.  Deadline: March 1 For more information, see: http://cei.org/internships

Summer Internships, Foundation for Economic Education; Atlanta, GA
The Foundation for Economic Education is looking for passionate, dedicated, and talented college students to join our summer internship program. Each FEE intern plays an important role in helping FEE pursue the mission of inspiring, educating, and connecting future leaders with the principles of a free society. By assisting the programs department in executing our seven summer seminars, FEE interns will have a hands-on role in challenging students from around the world to carefully consider free market ideas and the principles of individual liberty. Base pay begins at $1,200 each month to assist with housing and living expenses. Deadline: March 1 Visit: http://www.fee.org/about/internships/.

Americans For Tax Reform Internship Program; Washington, DC
Interns are assigned to work on policy issues side by side with members of our staff. As a key part of the ATR team, interns work on projects such as the Taxpayer Protection Pledge (both federal and state candidates pledge not to raise taxes), the American Shareholders (focusing on eliminating the Death Tax, expanding Lifetime Savings Accounts and Retirement Savings Accounts, and social security reform), and the Cost of Government Day, a report identifying and calculating government spending as a cost to taxpayers.  Deadline: March 15 Read more: http://atr.org/employment#ixzz1l9ssMc42

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Research Assistant, Medicare Payment Advisory Commission
The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) seeks research assistant candidates who are committed to producing high-quality work in an intellectually challenging environment. We are particularly interested in candidates who would be available to start work in the Summer of 2012 and who are considering a one- or two-year position. (Two years preferred.) MedPAC is a small, nonpartisan federal agency that advises the U.S. Congress on Medicare payments to health care providers and issues affecting access to and quality of care received by Medicare beneficiaries. Deadline: February 19 Apply via Dartboard: https://www.myinterfase.com/dartmouth/student/

Consular Adjudicators for China, U.S Department of State
This role is critical to America’s national security; you will serve on the front lines of the U.S. Embassy or Consulate, conducting one-on-one interviews and reviewing supporting documentation to determine if a foreign national meets the requirements for entry into the United States. This requires sound judgment and the ability to maintain your composure under stressful circumstances. Initially, these appointments are for a period of 13 months, with a renewable contract for up to five years, depending on your satisfactory performance and the needs of the Foreign Service.
For specific requirements, and to apply, please visit http://careers.state.gov/CALNACH.

FALL INTERNSHIPS

U.S. Department of State’s Fall 2012 Student Internship Program

U.S Department of State are now accepting applications for Fall 2012!
Graduate/Post-Graduate Opportunities: The U.S. Department of State offers a number life-changing internships, fellowships and programs in Washington, D.C. and abroad.
Undergraduate Opportunities: The U.S. Department of State offers six different internships, fellowships and paid programs to help you get a jump start on your career while still an undergraduate student. Deadline: March 2
For more information and to explore what program is right for you, visit: http://careers.state.gov/students/programs.

DARTMOUTH PROGRAMS

The New U.S. Political Economy
Feb. 8, 4:00 pm- Silsby 028

Dr. Peter Orszag, Former Director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Obama Administration and of the Congressional Budget Office, and currently Vice Chairman of Global Banking, Citigroup, Inc., to provide his unique insights into the new U.S. political economy. He will discuss the macroeconomic trends in the U.S, the nation’s fiscal trajectory, and how and why the nation’s policymaking has become so polarized.
For more information, visit: http://rockefeller.dartmouth.edu/events/programs.html.

 

 

Government/Public Policy Career Digest: January 20th, 2012

 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Freedom House, Africa Intern
Gain experience in program administration, USAID financial rules and regulations, developing grant proposals, and Freedom House methodology. Demonstrate through presentation of her/his educational and professional record and life experience that he/she has an academic background in African issues, experience on the continent, language skills applicable to our program needs, knowledge of human rights, dedication to democratic principles, and career aspirations related to the region.
Bachelor’s degree or current college or graduate student.
To apply for this internship, click: http://www.freedomhouse.org/template.cfm?page=13.

Middle East Institute, Summer Internship: Washington, DC
Internships at the Middle East Institute (MEI) provide students or recent graduates considering a career in a Middle East related field with hands-on experience in a Washington-based, nonprofit organization that focuses exclusively on the Middle East. Deadline: March 5
For more information, click: http://mei.edu/Home/Internships.aspx.

Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), Summer Internship Program
The CEI intern program seeks to help interested undergraduates, recent college graduates, and graduate students learn about the ideas of liberty and help to promote them by pairing them with a member of CEI’s policy, development, media, or administrative staff. Opportunity to research important policy issues and are expected to have strong writing, research, and analytical skills. Deadline: March 1, 2012
For more information: http://cei.org/internships.

CATO Institute, Summer Internship
Assist policy staff as researchers; work with the conference department to organize policy conferences, debates, and forums; attend seminars and conferences; and assist Cato’s professional staff by copying and filing newspaper articles, distributing materials to congressional offices, and preparing mailings. Take part in regular seminars on politics, economics, law, and philosophy, as well as a series of lectures and films on libertarian themes. For undergrads, regardless of major, recent graduates, graduate students, or law students who have a strong commitment to individual liberty, private property, free markets, limited government, and the philosophy of classical, or market, liberalism. Deadline: March 1.
For more information, view: http://www.cato.org/jobs/intern/index.html.

FIRE (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education), Summer Internship Program: Philadelphia, PA
FIRE offers a 10-week, paid Summer Internship Program as part of our efforts to educate students about individual rights at colleges and universities. FIRE is looking for intelligent and energetic undergraduates (rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors) who are interested in FIRE’s mission and work. Ideal candidates are responsible, focused, and organized, and have an interest in civil liberties. All interns are expected to demonstrate excellent research, writing, and communication skills. The 2012 program will run from Monday, June 4 through Friday, August 10 and interns will receive a stipend of $1,100 per month. Deadline: March 15, 2012.
For more information: http://thefire.org/article/12460.html.

Moving Picture Institute (MPI), Summer Internship Program
The MPI Internship Program cultivates talented young filmmakers, screenwriters, producers, directors, and others who are committed to using the aesthetic power of film to promote the core American values of freedom. MPI is looking for independent, dynamic, creative, energetic, and self-motivated students or recent graduates who possess excellent research and communication abilities and who have a demonstrable interest in film production. The ideal candidate is committed to individual rights and has an informed appreciation for American liberty.
MPI reviews applications for summer and academic year internships on a rolling basis and will work with production partners and interns to set a mutually convenient schedule.
Visit: http://www.thempi.org/internships.html.

USPACOM, Unpaid Government Internships: Hawaii
U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM), together with other U.S. Government agencies, protects and defends the United States, its territories, Allies, and interests; alongside Allies and partners, promotes regional security and deters aggression; and, if deterrence fails, is prepared to respond to the full spectrum of military contingencies to restore Asia-Pacific stability and security. Sampling of internships include in following branches: Software Development, Cyber Security Branch, Foreign Policy, Public Diplomacy, Strategy & Architecture. Submit application packets ASAP, identify alternate positions to increase your chances of selection. For more information on positions and USPACOM, visit: https://community.apan.org/pacom_strategic_partnerships/p/studentvolunteerinternships.aspx.

POST-GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES
**Note: There are post-grad opportunities in the “Internship Opportunities” section as well**

The Thomas R. Pickering  Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship
The Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship Program provides funding to participants as they are prepared academically and professionally to enter the United States Department of State Foreign Service. The goal of the Fellowship Program is to attract outstanding students who enroll in two-year master’s degree programs in public policy, international affairs, public administration, or academic fields such as business, economics, political science, sociology, or foreign languages, who represent all ethnic, racial and social backgrounds and who have an interest in pursuing a Foreign Service career in the U.S. Department of State. Deadline: January 30,   2012 http://www.woodrow.org/higher-education-fellowships/foreign_affairs/pickering_grad/eligibility.php

Foreign Affairs, Academic Year Intern
The Academic Year Internship is a full-time paid position offering exceptional training in serious journalism. The ­intern works as an assistant editor with substantial responsibility. Previous ­interns have included recent graduates from undergraduate and master’s ­programs. Candidates should have a serious interest in international relations, a flair for writing, and a facility with the English  language.
The Academic Year Intern works for one year, starting in July or August. Deadline: February 17, 2012.
More info: http://www.foreignaffairs.com/about-us/employment

Freedom House, Embattled NGO Assistance Program
Freedom House supports the spread of freedom and democracy throughout the world through research, effective advocacy, and programs directly supporting frontline activists. The Embattled NGO Assistance Fund (ENAF) provides civil society organizations with small grants for medical, legal, humanitarian and other emergencies.  Under the direction of the Senior Program Manager (SPM) and the ENAF team, the Intern will perform responsibilities necessary to day-to-day management of the Fund. Required: Bachelor’s degree in related field.
For more information, visit: http://www.freedomhouse.org/template.cfm?page=13.

SUMMER PROGRAMS

American Enterprise Institute (AEI), Summer Institute Program: Washington, DC
The 2012 American Enterprise Summer Institute is looking for college undergraduates who are passionate about public affairs, and want to spend the summer diving headfirst into public policy. Fully funded four-week program will help students develop the core analytical skills required for rigorous public policy analysis while introducing them to some of the nation’s top free-enterprise leaders. Students will receive a stipend for $1,000 as well as up to $500 for travel expenses. Apply online at: http://www.aei.org/about/summer-institute/.

DARTMOUTH OPPORTUNITIES

Dartmouth-Oxford Exchange Program, Rockefeller Center
Each fall, winter, and spring a maximum of four students can attend Keble College of Oxford University. The experience offers Dartmouth students the opportunity to live in Oxford dorms and during the program to have complete access to libraries, sports, facilities, and lectures. The program will primarily serve government and economics majors. All government and economics tutorials will be approved in advance by the departments and some will count towards the major. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.5. Deadline: February 1, 2012
For more information, visit: http://rockefeller.dartmouth.edu/studentopps/doe.html