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Spring 2015 Internship Opportunities
December 24, 2019
What It’s Really Like Interning In DC
Looking to come to DC during the Spring Semester?
Check out these organizations that offer internships for students!

Friends Committee on National Legislation. A Quaker Advocacy organization in Washington, DC. FCNL works on a number of different peace and social justice issues rooted in Quaker testimonies of peace, justice and truth. For decades FCNL has taken 6 to 8 yearlong “Young Fellows”, typically recent graduates, who all work on different policy areas or in grassroots organizing. We’ve expanded our young adult programming to include a summer internship for college students and recent graduates and two annual lobby weekend conferences in DC. Find out more on the website at www.fcnl.org/advocate All applications open on November 1st. Direct questions to Tommy Wrenn, tommy@fcnl.org  or call (202) 903-2502.

The McCain Institute Spring Internship Program. Spring intern applications are being accepted in our Washington, DC office in the following areas. Communications & Events, Decision Science, Development & Next Generation Leaders, Humanitarian Action, National Security. As part of the internship program, Institute staff will mentor and introduce you to international policymakers in Washington, DC. Additionally, you will take part in weekly activities in the DC area, including foreign policy debates and the opportunity to use our state-of-the-art Decision Theater for simulations, modeling, war games, and independent projects. APPLY TODAY! Email a cover letter, resume, short writing sample (two pages max), and a letter of recommendation in a single PDF to: internship@mccaininstitute.org.
In the email subject line please indicate which position you are applying for.  To learn more about our internship program,visit:
Application Deadline: November 7th. Internship Dates: January 6th – April 17th

National Endowment for Democracy. The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a Congressionally funded, private, nonprofit grant making organization that works to support freedom around the world. Spring 2015 internships offered in multiple fields including Public Affairs, Government, and Media. Summer 2015 internship also available. See http://www.ned.org/about/jobs for more details.