The Heritage Foundation offers paid internships for college juniors, graduates, master and law students, 2013 USA
Field of Internship: Energy and Environment, Rule of Law, Homeland Security and Health Care
Course Level: Internship
Internship Provider: The Heritage Foundation
Internship can be taken at:USA
- Spring applicants must be college juniors or older
- Recent college graduates, master students and law students are encouraged to apply
- International students who are authorized to be employed in the United States are eligible for Heritage internships
- Applications should demonstrate strong research and writing talents, excellent communication skills
Internship Open for International Students:Yes (International students who are authorized to be employed in the United States are eligible for Heritage internships)
Is this paid internship? Yes
The Heritage Foundation Internship Program attracts young conservative leaders of the highest caliber. Heritage Foundation train, equip and develop tomorrow’s young conservative leaders during their time at Heritage. Heritage Foundation paid interns are given substantive work, acquire policy expertise, and build marketable skills. Interns work with Heritage experts on foreign and domestic policy issues in such areas as energy and the environment, the rule of law, homeland security, and health care. For those interested in business, Heritage offers the opportunity to work in communications and marketing, development, coalition building and outreach, and government relations.
Number of awards offered: Heritage accepts approximately 50 interns.
Tenure of award: The Heritage Foundation’s Spring Intern Program begins in January and ends in early May. Interns may work part-time (a minimum of 24 hours per week), to be determined on a case-by-case basis.
Value: All interns are paid at the rate of $7.25 per hour.
How to Apply: By Online
Internship Application Deadline: November 1, 2012