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The Convergence Center for Policy Resolution is looking for interns to assist on the Economic Mobility and Poverty Project. Interns will gain exposure to issues related to poverty and policy. They will assist in roundtable discussions on economic mobility issues.
Application Details: Send a resume and cover letter. Apply online.
Hours: 20-40 hours/week (40 hours/week preferred)
Location: Washington D.C.
Paid/Unpaid: Unpaid; reimbursed up to $7 per working day for commuting
Questions/More Info: Job Posting
Application Closing Date: Interns are hired on a rolling basis.
WITA is a non-profit, non-partisan organization providing a neutral forum for the open discussion of international trade issues. Interns learn about the global trade community, Washington political environment and specifics of international trade (as well as other practical skills like office skills, event management, networking and professional interaction).
Application Details: Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cover letters should include three main things you hope to accomplish or learn during your internship, your time requirements and expectations and your dates of availability.
Hours: Minimum of 35 hours/week. Preference is given to those able to work 40 hours/week.
Paid/Unpaid: Unpaid, but transportation costs are reimbursed within reason.
Questions/More Info: WITA Website
Semester: Every semester
Application Closing Date: Applications are taken on a rolling basis , but it is suggested that you apply several months before your desired start date.