Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Summer Internship in International Affairs with the National Association of Home Builders

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), a Washington, DC based trade association, is seeking an intern to provide support to International Affairs. The intern will explore the literature and data describing how developing countries create institutions for funding housing development and finance; track research from the International Monetary Fund, Dallas Federal Reserve Bank and other sources devoted to comparative international housing data; and use results to enhance the International Housing Association website, and publish results at NAHB’s Eye on Housing blog.

The ideal candidate will be an undergraduate student with basic statistical skills, including chart/map making, which is required to display collected data and highlight trends and contrasts among housing markets. Candidates should be familiar with database creation. Also, prior work experience with seasonal data and SAS is a plus. Familiarity with JSTOR, Google Scholar and other search tools is important. Candidates must be able to work independently and have strong project and time management skills. The internship will begin on Monday, June 6 and end on Friday, August 5. Apply here.

Paid Internship with Appalachian Regional Commission (Dupont Circle area) -- Apply by May 31st!

Vacancy Announcement Number: ARC 2016-3

Closing Date: May 31, 2016

Salary Range: $15.00–$20.00/hour

Location: Appalachian Regional Commission (Dupont Circle area)
1666 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Length of Service/Tour of Duty: Full-time temporary during the summer, with the possibility to continue into the fall on a part-time basis. Start date is as soon as possible.


The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) is a small federal-state partnership that works to create opportunities for self-sustaining economic and community development and improved quality of life in the Appalachian Region. The Commission consists of a federal co-chair who is appointed by the president, and the governors of the 13 Appalachian states; the Region consists of 420 counties in those states. The Commission awards grants and contracts to nonprofit organizations and units of government within this area. These grants may be for physical infrastructure; education and training; civic capacity building and leadership development; entrepreneurship and business development; and health care. The Commission, based in Washington, D.C., comprises approximately 50 technical and professional staff supporting grant-making, advocacy, and knowledge-building functions to assist the Appalachian Region.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Program Coordinator - Global Food Security Project for Recent Grad

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a non-profit, bipartisan public policy organization established in 1962 to provide strategic insights and practical policy solutions to decision makers concerned with global security and prosperity.

CSIS is seeking a highly motivated Project Coordinator for the Global Food Security Project. The project provides long-term, strategic guidance to policy makers to ensure that U.S. foreign assistance programs are efficient, effective, and sustainable. The project studies and highlights the impact of global food security on critical U.S. strategic interests, such as political stability and economic prosperity, through desk and field research, analytic publications, and public and private events.
The Project Coordinator will provide overall administrative support to the project team, responsible for assisting in the successful coordination of all aspects of the project. Responsibilities cross all project components, including project organization, correspondence, and administrative support.


Essential functions may include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Plans and supports event logistics for public and private meetings, panel discussions, and conferences;
  • Updates web content to reflect project developments;
  • Help to establish and support relationships with Congressional, private sector, NGO, and academic stakeholders;
  • Maintains information files and Salesforce database;
  • Prepares, edits, and distributes written materials including conference and meeting materials, commentaries and articles, correspondence, etc.;
  • Designs and implements social media outreach plans, primarily on Twitter;
  • Provides general administrative support for project staff, including expense reports, arranging travel and accommodations for project staff, scheduling project staff, etc.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Princeton Quant Trading Conference -- Apply by May 22nd!

This fall, the Princeton Quant Trading Conference will be hosting its annual conference in Chicago and we are seeking bright, motivated student organizers to help us.

The Princeton Quant Trading Conference is the largest student-organized quant trading conference in the country (you can check out our webpage here: This spring, between founders, CEOs, and head quants from top trading firms, we attracted dozens of industry leaders as speakers, and several sponsors including Goldman Sachs, Citadel and SIG. The conference will cover subjects ranging from high-frequency trading to statistical arbitrage strategies.

Committee members get unparalleled one-on-one access to these industry leaders, throughout the planning of the conference all the way to the day of the event. Capstones of joining the committee are two exclusive dinners - open only to organizers and industry speakers - where you get the unvarnished truth about the industry and career tips from its most successful practitioners in a very friendly, personal environment.

The Princeton Quant Trading conference has traditionally partnered with education non-profits to establish a lasting legacy within the community. The conference donates all the proceeds to America Needs You, an organization that opens up professional opportunities to low-income first-generation college students.

Joining the committee is a unique opportunity to boost your volunteer and leadership experience, and to expand your network with talented young organizers and prominent finance professionals. Students interested in applying for a position in the committee should complete the web form available in this link.

The deadline for submitting your application is May 22nd. We will be conducting interviews the week immediately afterwards.

Paid Summer Finance Internship with World Learning

The International Development & Exchange Programs of World Learning has an immediate opening for a Finance Intern. World Learning is an 84-year-old global non-profit organization with operations in 77 countries. Through its award-winning international education programs – The Experiment in International Living, the SIT Graduate Institute, SIT Study Abroad and the International Honors Program (IHP) – World Learning fosters global citizenship by connecting over 3,000 young ambassadors annually across cultural differences and social barriers. Through its International Development & Exchange Programs, World Learning practices what it teaches, undertaking community-driven international development, training and exchange projects in sixteen countries. For more information visit

To apply, go to Open the job posting of your choice and click the “Apply” button. The system will guide you on how to register and submit your application. While WL would like to graciously thank all applicants for their interest and responses, only applicants who meet all requisite criteria and are shortlisted will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you.

Responsibilities of the Finance Intern:

Assist the financial division with financial and administrative duties that includes:
-Review payment requests and other financial documentation for math, editing errors, signature, and account codes before processing the payment;
-Review financial reports and supporting documents from the field offices for compliance with GAAP and donor requirements.
-Copy and scan payment documents;
-Prepare and maintain financial files;
-Gather, enter, and edit data as requested;
-Assist in external audit process as needed;
-Handle other assigned tasks as needed and requested by financial personnel.

Compensation: $10.50/hour

Schedule: 20-40 hours per week

Duration: 2 - 3 months

Pepco Holdings Summer Internship

Position Description

Processing Green Power Connection customer applications as well as resolving both complex and routine issues for Green Power Connection (GPC) customers. Interacts directly with GPC customers to assess and address their needs and expectations. Provides guidance to internal and external customers and ensures compliance with Net Energy Metering application regulations. Acts as a liaison and is responsible for developing and maintaining productive relationships with various contractors and internal stakeholders. Our corporate Internship program provides you with hands-on business experience in a Fortune 500 Company. You will have the opportunity to work on challenging assignments within the Customer Service Operations Group to gain valuable, practical experience in a professional work environment. Many of the Company’s Interns have turned their internships into full-time careers with Pepco Holdings upon graduation. The program runs from May/June – August. This position is available in our Edison Place location. Housing is not provided.
Position Requirements


-Sophomore or Junior in College pursing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Economics, Marketing, Engineering or related field.
-Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale
-Ability and willingness to work 40 hours per week during the summer.
-Experience demonstrating skill providing customer service to include:
         --Investigating, resolving and following up on customer complaints and inquiries;
         --Knowledge of the Utility System, Solar or Renewable Energy.
-Experience demonstrating skill building and maintaining professional relationships.
-Experience demonstrating skill using PC-based word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, and e-mail software and the Internet to perform work functions.
-Ability and willingness to adhere to safety regulations and policies as required.
-Must possess a valid driver’s license.
-Must successfully pass a Criminal History Background Check which consists of a 7-year criminal history record check for felony convictions.
-Must successfully pass a medical screening to include a drug test.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Internship in the Office of Economic Policy at U.S. Department of the Treasury

The Office of Economic Policy, U.S. Treasury Department is currently looking for college students interested in Economics, Finance, or Public Policy for our Fall 2016 internship session. Our program runs year round with three sessions: January through May, May through August, and September through December. Our program is about substance. Interns are generally assigned a long-term research project as well as smaller projects. They are also expected to attend Congressional Hearings and think tank lectures and presentations and summarize these events for the Assistant Secretary and other senior level economists. Candidates should have strong writing skills, be able to work independently, be well organized and highly motivated. Interns are expected to work between 32 and 40 hours a week. There is some flexibility in the work hours if you are taking classes while in D.C. Our intern positions are unpaid. We do provide a subway subsidy to help defray commuting expenses. 

If you are interested in applying, submit your resume (with your GPA included), a copy of your transcript (unofficial will suffice), two writing samples and three references (names and contact information) to Applications are due July 1, 2016. U.S. citizenship required. For further information, please contact Christine Devlin, Office of Economic Policy, U.S. Treasury Department, 202-622-2200.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Research Assistant, Brookings Institution's Center for Effective Public Management for May or Recent Grad

Provides research assistance and communications support for senior research staff. Undertakes independent research assignments with minimal supervision; drafts summaries of findings and assists with preparation of publications. Coordinates with CEPM's Director, Deputy Director and Assistant Director on project management. Collaborates on matters pertaining to public or private events, website content and outreach as needed. Coordinates with GS Development staff on matters pertaining to proposals and donor reporting.

Research (80%):
  • Researches and collects documents and information from various sources (government agencies, universities, libraries, Internet, non-profit research organizations etc.) on relevant topics in support of Governance Studies (GS) scholars, including, but not limited to: campaigns and elections, government bureaucracy, marijuana policy reform and media studies.
  • Collects and prepares data from various sources for quantitative and qualitative analysis.
  • Compiles, reads, abstracts, synthesizes, analyzes, and organizes written and electronic material into summarized form.
  • Updates and maintains research-related scholar deliverables in the GS impact tracker on a weekly basis.
  • Analyzes and produces written summaries of quantitative data.
  • Provides editing assistance for research products in preparation for publication.
  • Attends symposia, conferences and hearings relevant to research projects; summarizes content of such events.
  • Provides general research on a variety of short-term projects and briefs scholars in a timely fashion.
  • Updates and checks existing data and footnotes; provides fact checking, editing and proof-reading of documents in preparation for publication (as needed).
  • Indirectly provides input on the selection, hiring and supervision of CEPM interns.
  • Coordinates with CEPM's Director, Deputy Director, Director of Business Operations and staff, as well as GS communications, administration and finance staff as needed.
  • Assists the Deputy Director with organizational, scheduling and logistical needs for research, travel and coordination with coauthors (as needed) in conjunction with the Assistant Director.

Apply for Cade Scholarship for Public Leadership by May 13th!

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This $2000 scholarship was created to honor the memory of Senator John A. Cade by enabling students to carry on his legacy of public service and leadership.

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Apply for the Rosalie Reilly Gubernatorial Fellowship by May 13th!

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This $2,500 fellowship was created to honor the memory of Ms. Reilly by enabling female students to carry on her legacy of public service and leadership. 

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Summer Policy and Advocacy Internship with Mercy Corps


DATES OF INTERNSHIP: June-August, flexible

The Mercy Corps Policy and Advocacy team serves as the main interface between Mercy Corps and external partners (particularly the US government) on issues of policy. The team seeks to advance Mercy Corps’ values and interests by promoting policies that support our mission. We work to inform and shape policy in a number of ways, including:
  • Congressional Advocacy: direct meetings with key congressional offices, participation in briefings and hearings, review and commenting on draft legislation, active participation in discussions related to the foreign aid budget, and linking Members of Congress who are travelling with our teams in the field.
  • Administration Advocacy: meetings with Administration officials, ongoing communication with key partner agencies in the USG, participation in joint consultations and briefings together with partner NGOs in DC.
  • Joint work with NGO partners: active participation in Interaction working groups and other coalition efforts organized in DC on priority issues or countries for Mercy Corps, drafting of joint documents, organizing joint lobby days on Capitol Hill.
  • Organizing DC visits for visiting Mercy Corps field staff: scheduling meetings for visiting staff and accompanying them to ensure adequate preparation and follow up to these visits.
  • Publications: preparing and disseminating policy briefs on key issues, circulating information on Mercy Corps programs to key policy makers, participating in joint documents and sign-ons with other NGOs, working with field staff to draft joint articles on policy-related issues for publication.

Student Trainee Position with the Department of Energy - Apply by 5/13!

FEW vacancies in the following location: Washington, DC

Work Schedule is Full-Time or Part-Time - Not to Exceed 1 year

Closes Friday 5/13/2016

Salary Range: $28,078.00 to $45,844.00 / Per Year

Series & Grade: GS-1199/1599-03/05

This position is being filled under the Pathways Internship Program. The program is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with paid work opportunities in agencies to explore Federal careers while still in school. The Internship provides manager's a ready source of student employees and potential permanent employees upon completion of the program requirements. It also provides the student with work experience directly related to the curriculum studies or career goals.

The Department of Energy Summer Internship is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal career while still in school.

Research Internship with Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group (DIIG) at CSIS

The Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group (DIIG) at CSIS focuses on issues related to the health and management of national security programs, the defense industry, and government contracting and acquisition, with an emphasis on the current and future budget and resource environment. DIIG addresses the need for improved management of budget and program resources across the national security spectrum at a time when the diminishing defense budget and the demands of global competition pose serious challenges for the industry, the military, and the nation. Currently the team focuses on a variety of topics including the following:

• international cooperation in defense acquisition
• federal research and development spending trends
• army modernization
• defense budgets and spending
• future vertical lift
• the future of industry and resources.


Interns at DIIG bolster the team with research, writing, program development, and event management. Essential functions may include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Assisting with research and organizing relevant information for the various DIIG projects
• Writing comprehensive reviews of background literature for projects
• Assisting with data collection and management
• Note taking and writing summaries of events and meetings
• Assisting with event planning and staffing

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Part-Time 6 Month Junior International Program Proposal Support Position in VA

International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI), a U.S. based international development consulting company established in 1987, has worked in over one hundred countries and implemented over two hundred projects. IBTCI serves government agencies, private sector companies and several donor agencies. IBTCI specializes in Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) across many sectors including, but not limited to, conflict and crisis, democracy & governance, economic growth, education, environment, and global health.

Position Title: Junior International Program Proposal CCG Support
Reports to: Principal, Director or Assignee

Position Description: This is a Temporary Position for 28 Hours Per Week. Non Exempt.
To be successful, you must possess good organizational and multi-tasking skills and provide comprehensive logistics and administrative support across projects and proposals. We require someone who is assertive, works with a sense of urgency and possesses a strong work ethic. This position is located in Vienna, VA for 28 hours per week for about six months.

Essential Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities:

Provide Project Support including:
Transcribing meetings notes, providing language translation services, conducting research, formatting documents and graphics, etc.

Provide Proposals Support and requests for information, including:
Recruiting/candidate sourcing, project research, graphics and formatting of documents,

Perform Non-technical writing including:
Resume formatting, creating personnel bios, matrices, project descriptions, etc.

Additional Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities:
File Management
All other duties/tasks as assigned

Paid Capacity Building Internship with Tetra Tech in Arlington for May or Recent Grad

Tetra Tech ES Inc., a subsidiary of Tetra Tech, is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for IP3 International Training Interns. IP3 is a Continuing Education/Customized Training provider that focuses on the needs of an international clientele. IP3 hosts one or two-week training courses in Arlington VA, and the topics of these courses cover all things related to infrastructure development: Public-Private Partnerships, project finance, project management, Renewable Energy, and Utility Management and Regulation. IP3 has a global client base.

The duration of the internship is 3 months with the possibility of an extension.

The non-negotiable hourly rate is $11.00 (USD) and relocation assistance will not be provided for this position.

  • Assist with training material preparation and assisting faculty and instructors.
  • General customer service provision, especially with laptops (2-in-1 devices and related learning technology).
  • Administrative, Accounting, and Operations support.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by program staff. 

Never Had an Internship? Consider this 1-Credit Course for Fall!

The University Career Center is offering a half semester, online course in the fall on how to find an internship.

EDCP108I - College and Career Advancement: Concepts and Skills; Academic Transitions to Internships

The courses are now open for registration.

Strong City VISTA Program Recruiting AmeriCorps VISTAs

Strong City Baltimore serves as the VISTA Project Sponsor to nonprofits, government, and community organizations throughout Baltimore City and Maryland. We provide support to the site and the VISTA member throughout the year, including recruitment, training, professional development opportunities, and resources. Our mission is to build and strengthen neighborhoods and people, and one of the many ways we do that is through our VISTA program.

Our AmeriCorps VISTA program has 26 openings for positions to begin service this July. AmeriCorps VISTA is a great opportunity for anyone who is passionate about service, looking to transition careers, motivated to serve their community, and for recent grads to gain hands-on professional experience while working to eradicate poverty in America! VISTAs, or Volunteers in Service to America, commit a year of their lives to build capacity for an organization to deliver more services to people living in poverty and create sustainable change. Several of our positions are with STEM programs, community schools, government agencies and local nonprofit organizations.

Applications are due May 15, 2016.

The FAQ-sheet explains more about AmeriCorps VISTA for interested applicants.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Research Analyst Position with the Camstoll Group for May or Recent Grad

The Camstoll Group is a sanctions and illicit finance research and advisory firm with decades of combined government and private sector experience combating the world’s most complex national security and financial crime challenges.

Utilizing proprietary open-source research methods, network analysis, and data analytics, we generate insights into today’s most complex policy, regulatory or competitive challenges. In particular, we are experts in assessing and analyzing markets impacted by regulatory risk, sanctioned actors, political upheaval, violent conflict, and corruption. Our clients are financial institutions, multinational corporations, and governments.

We are seeking research analysts with one to five years of experience to join our research staff in our Washington, DC or Los Angeles offices.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

JHU-CTY Summer Economics Instructor/TA Employment

Summer 2016 Employment Opportunities:
Economics Instructors and Teaching Assistants

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is seeking instructors and teaching assistants for our summer programs. CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented middle and high school students from across the country and around the world. Positions are still available for this summer at residential sites at colleges and universities on the east and west coasts.

We are currently seeking individuals for a number of economics courses, including:
  • Game Theory
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • The Mathematics of Money
Why teach for CTY?
  • share your passion for economics with highly motivated and talented students
  • be a part of an intellectual community
  • develop your teaching skills in a supportive, collegial environment
  • work alongside dedicated educators from around the world
  • limited class size (15 students), plus an instructor and assistant for each class, ensures a low student-teacher ratio
  • competitive salary plus room and board at our residential sites
2016 Program Dates
  • Session 1: June 23 - July 16, 2016
  • Session 2: July 16 - August 6, 2016
Terms of Employment
  • Starting salary for two sessions is $4,800 - $6,000 for instructors and $2,400 for TAs
  • Room and board are provided.
More Information
To Apply
Please fill out an online application at

Questions? Contact us at

Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The university promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.

Program Assistant, Research with The Pew Charitable Trusts


The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public and invigorate civic life.

We are an independent nonprofit organization – the sole beneficiary of seven individual trusts established between 1948 and 1979 by two sons and two daughters of Sun Oil Company founder Joseph N. Pew and his wife, Mary Anderson Pew.

Our work lays the foundation for effective policy solutions by informing and engaging citizens, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause and insisting on tangible results. Our projects encourage efficient, responsive governments – at the local, state, national and international levels – serving the public interests.

With offices in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Brussels and London and staff in other regions of the United States as well as Australia, Pew provides an exciting learning environment and the opportunity to work with highly talented individuals. We are a dynamic, rapidly evolving organization that values creativity and innovative thinking and fosters strong teamwork with mutual respect.

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You have the power to improve everyone’s academic experience! 

Your confidential feedback in CourseEvalUM helps faculty and administrators make decisions about teaching and learning at Maryland.

Each evaluation may take only 5-10 minutes and it’s confidential.

Be sure to submit you evaluations by Wednesday, May 11.

Make your opinions count!

Joseph M. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship - Apply by July 5th!

The Joseph M. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Award was established in recognition of Joe's compassion for the less fortunate members of our society and in honor of his ability to befriend, guide and mentor individuals whose ability to succeed as students at our institution was challenged by some personal or family circumstance.

The Joseph M. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship is one-time award of up to $2,000, dispersed evenly over the fall and spring semesters. The scholarship may be awarded to one or more deserving students. All awards will be directly applied to student accounts. Students may apply and/or be nominated by other individuals.

Visit to apply.

Attention May 2016 Graduates: Please Complete the Graduation Survey!

Please share your post-graduation plans with the University by completing a short (less than 5- minute) survey-

Your information will remain anonymous but the information helps us to refine our programs to better serve students. When you access the survey you will be prompted to login with your Directory ID and password. 

Only those students reported as graduating in May 2016 will be able to access the survey - if you are unable to access and will be graduating in May 2016 with an undergraduate degree, please contact Adrianne Bradford at to receive access.

Congratulations on your graduation and good luck in your future endeavors! 

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

National Security and International Policy Position with Center for American Progress for May or Recent Grad

American Progress seeks a Special Assistant to provide a variety of programmatic, administrative, and research-related tasks for the National Security and International Policy team. The team focuses on key policy areas related to U.S. foreign and security policy, including regional issues such as the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, as well as functional issues such as sustainable security, national defense, and global progressive policy. American Progress is looking for candidates who demonstrate attention to detail and an ability to juggle many tasks independently. Strong candidates also will possess background and interest in foreign and national security policy to support the team’s impact through programmatic, logistical, and administrative work. This position is located in Washington, D.C.

  • Scheduling and administrative duties for the Vice President and Managing Director, including assisting in the coordination and planning of meetings, events, travel, and donor or board reporting.
  • Supporting management of team finances and contracts through coordination with the Finance and Legal departments.
  • Maintaining the team’s project timeline and managing the team’s master calendar.
  • Supporting original research and analysis on policy and legislative issues, including conducting literature reviews and assisting in the drafting of columns, papers, and talking points, as well as proofreading, fact-checking, and editing documents, as assigned.
  • Maintaining proficiency in assigned policy areas of responsibility.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

Apply by May 9th for Summer Internship with United Palestinian Appeal

United Palestinian Appeal is seeking an energetic and versatile intern to join our growing DC office this summer. UPA’s internship program is designed to provide interested students with a valuable experience working on humanitarian and development issues related to the Palestinian people. The internship is intended to help students meet their academic and professional goals by allowing them to enhance their research and writing skills in a non-profit professional environment. The intern will also have an opportunity to assist with UPA’s summer events, giving him or her a feel for the non-profit event planning process and a chance to meet people beyond direct colleagues. The internship is non-paid; however, a modest stipend will be provided for transportation. Summer internship applications are being accepted on a rolling basis through May 9th.


Under the supervision of the Grant Development Manager, our summer intern will have the opportunity to pursue research in one of UPA’s development sectors, namely health and wellness, education and community development, exploring new areas of need or deepening one of our existing areas of focus. A successful project will help UPA assess its focus, the effectiveness of its programs and the extent of its involvement in specific areas over time. The intern will also be expected to present his or her research to members of the staff and other experts in the field and receive feedback. Interns are highly encouraged to attend relevant lectures and other events in the DC area.
In addition to a research project, the intern will support the outreach and grant writing staff. Our goal is to provide interns with a meaningful experience that builds their resume and gives them an inside look at working with a development organization.

Production Specialist and Corporate Sales Positions with Qualtrics for May or Recent Grad

Qualtrics University

We are looking for graduating economics students to join our Qualtrics University Team! This unique opportunity will allow you to spend each day working one-on-one with some of the world's top minds and leading researchers.

A few perks of the job:
  • Tremendous internal growth opportunities: This team is designed to help you launch your career (whether that’s here at Qualtrics or by preparing you for grad school)
  • Learn and develop new technical skills (coding, research and analytics tools and software, survey design…) 
  • Work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment: Check out this video to see our office
  • Be a part of and incredibly high performing and collaborative team with recent graduates from top universities all over the country 

To learn more and to submit an application, please follow this link:

Product Specialist Job Description and Application