Government, Law, and Policy Internship Round Up

Check out recent summer internship postings of interest to the GLP career community. For more internship opportunities, view listings on Handshake.

Corporate and Legislative Affairs Intern – TruStage

This position is designed to provide hands-on experience, allowing an opportunity for individuals to apply what they have learned in a classroom environment while gaining new skills in a dynamic professional setting.  Specific activities will vary and may include drafting letters to various elected officials, assisting in arranging site visits, assist with creation of press releases and political grassroots action alerts, and conducting research on projects.

Political Programming Intern – AstraZeneca

Interns will have the opportunity to develop multi-channel materials to be utilized by the federal government affairs team, work on marketing materials for their political action committee (PAC), participate in strategy calls, coordinating the PAC project calendar, and more.

Fundraising Intern – Bolton & Menk, Inc.

In this position you will gain experience working for a professional services firm and get the opportunity to assist in the many different areas of Bolton & Menk’s funding department including learning different grant programs, research, and update company funding databases.

Legal Summer Intern – VanEck

VanEck’s Summer Intern Program includes exposure across the firm through educational,mentorship, and networking events. As an Intern, you will also be exposed to the firm’s senior management, gain an understanding of the financial services industry, and learn critical business skills.

Green Teams Intern – Montclair State University

The Green Teams are transdisciplinary teams of studentswho serve corporations, organizations, non-profits, municipalities, and community groups to address sustainability issues. Students will work on projects in teams of five, receive training from the PSEF Institute for Sustainability Studies, conduct site visits and community service, and end the program with a comprehensive written report of recommendations and a TED-style presentation to a broad audience.

By Gracie Brandsgard
Gracie Brandsgard