These opportunities sound amazing! TCF likes to call themselves “the 100 year old policy start up”.
Internships vary each year but the research and writing you do help advance TCF’s work, so it really seems like they are intent on making it a meaningful experience.
Internships fall in three broad areas:
- Policy Research and Analysis
- Editorial and Communications
- Nonprofit Management
In the past, our policy research interns have covered topics as various as socio-economic diversity in public schools, the Affordable Care Act, public-private partnerships for building infrastructure, income disparity and U.S. policy in the Middle East.
On the editorial and communications side, interns have developed graphic design projects, built websites, digitally archived old TCF books, and edited the work of fellows and interns.
For nonprofit management, interns will help develop and implement a funding strategy for a particular policy area, or work on a business recovery plan.
Deadline is Tuesday, February 14 so act fast. All details here: http://tcfinstitute.org/
And did I mention it is paid? $5,000 for 8 weeks.