IEF policy interns are given wide latitude to develop programming for their terms. Interns will organize briefings and conference panels for legislative staff on Capitol Hill and coordinate with high-level Internet stakeholders from government, industry, think tanks, and trade associations. Interns will gain exposure to a wide variety of Internet policy issues, and will have the opportunity to develop subject-matter expertise on selected topics such as privacy law, e-commerce, blockchain, and more. IEF places policy interns front and center, and several interns have moderated Internet policy discussions televised live by C-SPAN. Interns will also be able to pursue future projects and initiatives which align with IEF’s mission.
This is a paid position!
- Undergrad, graduate student, or recent graduate
- Prior experience with technology policy or politics
- Bonus Skills: Knowledge of Mailchimp / WordPress / Salesforce
- Quick learning and a sense of humor
- Working here is awesome. If you don’t believe us, ask our summer fellow, Rebecca (Blog Post: The Best Place To Intern)
For 20 years the Internet Education Foundation has been building the most prominent platforms for engagement. The Internet Education Foundation (IEF) hosts four major projects under its umbrella: The Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, the State of the Net Conference Series, The Congressional App Challenge, and the Internet Law & Policy Foundry. Interns will work within any or all of these dynamic projects.
Please send resume and cover letter to Tim Lordan at [email protected]