New America’s Education Policy Program seeks applicants who have a strong interest in higher education policy for a paid Summer 2018 internship. The intern will primarily assist the program’s full-time staff members with research, data, and policy analysis for issue briefs and policy reports, in addition to writing posts for the program’s blog, EdCentral. Interns must be self-starters who are excited to work both independently and as part of a team on a variety of education-related research projects.
New America’s Education Policy Program is a think-tank industry leader in PreK-12, higher education, and the workforce. In addition to conducting research and analysis in these areas, interns will have the opportunity to publish their own blog posts and other work, attend events on behalf of New America, and gain exposure to some of the brightest and most ambitious thinkers in the field. They will also have the opportunity to attend in-house events, professional development, and off-the-record policy lunches with fellows and staff from other New America policy programs.
This intern will work closely with our higher education team, and policy expertise in higher education policy is strongly preferred.
Please submit a cover letter depicting your experience, current resume and a brief (no more than three 3 pages) writing sample. If the applicant has experience with statistical software, an optional coding sample may also be submitted. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so early submissions (by Friday, March 30) are recommended.
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