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Available Positions

Internship

ASP is looking for current or recently graduated students interested in hands-on public policy experience for full- and part-time internships. Interns will support ASP researchers and staff in multiple areas including communications, development, programming and research and will be responsible writing blog posts, event reviews, and contributing to reports when appropriate.

ASP’s internship program offers interns the opportunity to work with senior leaders across sectors and encourages participants to attend events in and around Washington, D.C that relate to their field of study. or interest. At the conclusion of the internship, outstanding interns may be eligible to remain connected to the organization as Adjunct Junior Fellows, when appropriate.

Our current needs are in the following areas:
  1. Climate Security
  2. Energy Security
  3. American Competitiveness & Economic Diplomacy
  4. Asymmetric Operations
  5. Public Diplomacy
  6. External Relations
  7. Multimedia

Requirements:

Internships are unpaid, though a transportation stipend is provided and current students may arrange to obtain course credit for their work.

Applicants must be at least a junior in college, though preference will be given to recent graduates and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Strong writing skills are required, as is the ability to work independently. The ideal candidate should have an interest in our research agenda, national security and foreign policy issues, and be authorized to work in the United States. Experience in research, campaign organization and/or new media is highly desired.

Apply:

Applicants for the 2016 Summer semester (May/June – August) should send a cover letter, resume, references and a short writing sample (2 pg. max) to Matthew Wallin at mwallin@americansecurityproject.org no later than April 1st.

Please clearly indicate the research field you are interested in working in.

 

Fusion Future Energy Internship

ASP is specifically looking for students interested in fusion energy. This intern will track legislation on The Hill, engage with scientists, and write reports on the topic of Fusion energy. A background in science or engineering is recommended but not required.

Requirements:

Internships are unpaid, though a transportation stipend is provided and current students may arrange to obtain course credit for their work. Applicants must be at least a junior in college, though recent graduates and graduate students are encouraged to apply. A background in science or engineering is recommended but not required.

Apply:

Applicants for the 2016 Summer semester (May/June – August) should send a cover letter, resume, references and a short writing sample (2 pg. max) to Matthew Wallin at mwallin@americansecurityproject.org no later than  April 1st.