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Nov
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CAREER BLITZ: Government and Public Policy

Topics Include:

  1. AMVETS, Winter Legislative INTERN (MD)
  2. U.S Dept. of Justice, Grants & Program Support INTERN (DC)
  3. Public Policy Productions, INTERNSHIP Program-POST GRAD (Palisades, NY)
  4. The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights; SPRING INTERNSHIP (DC)
  5. Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace FELLOWSHIP Program (DC)
  6. Alliance for children’s Rights; INTERNSHIPS  (Los Angeles, CA)
  7. Marstel Day, Policy Research Internship-POST GRAD (VA)
  8. Running Start, Star FELLOWSHIP (DC)
  9. Institute for Humane Studies,  Paid INTERNSHIPS (George Mason University)
  10. 7 Tips and Tricks for Federal Job Applications-FREE WEBINAR

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1. AMVETS, Winter Legislative INTERN (MD)

AMVETS is one of America’s oldest and foremost veterans’ service organizations providing support to American veterans. The Legislative Department focuses on achieving the goals adopted by members in annual resolutions related to protecting veterans’ benefits, rights, and funding.  http://bit.ly/R8aCeX

2. U.S Dept. of Justice, Grants & Program Support INTERN (DC)

Interns research and analyze data that supports project recommendations for grant services. Will have an opportunity to attend seminars (e.g. tours of the Supreme Court, Congress and other federal buildings/monuments). DEADLINE: NOV 30, 2012.  http://1.usa.gov/YcTWVz

3. Public Policy Productions, INTERNSHIP Program-POST GRAD (Palisades, NY)

Public Policy Productions, an independent production company under contract with Thirteen/WNET New York and PBS, seeks college graduates to fill full-time internship positions. Openings generally become available in January, May and September. Interns receive a small stipend.  Opportunities often exist for employment following the internship. Interns MUST be able to work full-time.  http://bit.ly/TmvZHH

4. The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights; SPRING INTERNSHIP (DC)

For students interested in civil and human rights, public service, advocacy, journalism and online communications, real-world work experience in the policy arena. DEADLINE: DEC 1, 2012  http://bit.ly/Rk6rKO

5. Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace FELLOWSHIP Program (DC)

6-9 month fellowships, work will be with nonprofit, public-interest organizations addressing peace and security issues. Fellows may undertake a variety of activities; including research, writing, and organizing that support the goals of their host organization. DEADLINE: JAN 7, 2013  http://bit.ly/URA6bR

6. Alliance for children’s Rights; INTERNSHIPS  (Los Angeles, CA)

For students interested in advocating on behalf of low-income children. Interns work under the direction of a staff attorney and assist with client intake, preparing legal documents, legal research and writing on topics related to adoption, guardianship, child abuse and neglect, special education, emancipation, public benefits and health care.  http://bit.ly/ShnzRV

7. Marstel Day, Policy Research Internship-POST GRAD (VA)

Marstel Day is an idea-driven, value-based environmental company offering green consulting to the public and private sectors. The Research Internship will be non-permanent (up to 6 months in duration), paid position.  http://bit.ly/Wp64xe

8. Running Start, Star FELLOWSHIP (DC)

Join college women from across the country to intern on Capitol Hill. Each semester seven college women are placed in offices to intern for a female Representative or Senator. Housing and a stipend are provided. They are looking for female college students who are juniors, seniors or recent graduates to apply.  http://bit.ly/TmQLsg

9. Institute for Humane Studies,  Paid INTERNSHIPS (George Mason University)

As an IHS intern, you customize your experience—from start and end dates to specific departments and projects, the Harper Internship Program gives you the opportunity to choose the experience that will position you to succeed in your career.  http://bit.ly/T6Pi4O

10. 7 Tips and Tricks for Federal Job Applications-FREE WEBINAR

Find out some of the top tips and tricks for writing your federal resume and applying for federal job openings through USAJOBS.   http://tinyurl.com/bnmpzvb

Check out the government/policy webpage at http://bit.ly/Q8iRUf

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215

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