Josh Kaul is running for Attorney General in Wisconsin and is currently accepting applications for Spring internships. To be eligible, students need to work a minimum of 10 hours per week in the campaign office on Capitol Square. Interns will staff the candidate, fundraise, help plan and work events, communicate with supporters, train volunteers, and maintain data. This internship can be done for credit, if approved by UW-Madison. The office is currently accepting applications for Finance and Communications internship positions.
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basic. Priority will be given to candidates who apply by Friday, December 22nd, 2017.
Students of all majors seeking internship opportunities for UW credit in Fall 2018 can still apply to the UW Wisconsin in Washington, D.C. Internship program. This program combines the efforts of previous UW internship programs offered in Washington, D.C. by the International Division and the Political Science Department. The semester program options include 3 courses plus an internship, totaling 12 credits.
The Office of Human Resources is currently hiring for a student internship position as an employee wellness coordinator. The position will work directly with the Chief Employee Wellness Leader to help coordinate and promote employee health at a population level. There is some flexibility for start dates and hours depending on the student availability. If you’re interested apply via BuckyNet by December 30th.
The Federal Reserve System’s Talent Committee is looking to fill various positions throughout the country. Examples of positions include: Intern-Community Development and Police Studies, Intern-Software Engineer, and Intern-Consumer Protection. If these three options do not appeal to you, there are more job and internship opportunities on the United States Federal Reserve System website.
Summer Term is currently hiring undergraduate students to serve as Student Ambassadors. Student Ambassadors help Summer Term spread the word about summer opportunities at events around campus. It’s a flexible position that will start in the spring semester. To be eligible to apply you must have completed either an in person class, online class, or for-credit research or internships through UW over the summer. If you are interested apply by December 8th.
The UN Boot Camp consists of a series of seminars and lectures led by UN officials, diplomats, and a wide range of leaders and experts from academia, civil society, government and the private sector currently working with the UN to address global challenges. Participants will attend briefings at UN Headquarters, the United States Mission to the UN, and several leading non-governmental organizations in New York. Students will also spend two days of the program in Washington, DC, where they will meet with key decision-makers and other senior officials from the Department of State, Congressional Staff, the United Nations Information Center and representatives of various, non-governmental organizations, and think tanks which interact with the UN system. Click here to learn more and how to apply.
We are pleased to announce that the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC, is now accepting applications for its 2018 Summer Honors Program, a series of fully-funded educational and career development opportunities for undergraduate students interested in public policy and national politics. Students participate in small, intensive seminars taught by AEI scholars and other policy practitioners, join daily lunches with policymakers and business leaders, and advance their careers through high-level networking opportunities. There is a full course lineup on the flyer below, as well as on the program’s website. To nominate specific students for the program here.