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Meet Alumni in DC this Spring Break: Apply now

Washington DC Government and Policy Student Trek: March 25-26

We extended the deadline so you can still apply! Gain a better understanding of politics and government. Explore alumni career paths at a variety of organizations in D.C.  Program will include site visits and multiple opportunities for networking.

Who should apply?

If you are interested in learning about or working in government or policy, this trek is for you! All majors and class levels are welcome.

 Who will we meet?

In the past we have engaged alumni who work in exciting roles on Capitol Hill, the State and Treasury departments, think thanks like Brookings or the Aspen Institute, and non-profits like the National Democratic Institute and 350.org.

Click HERE to apply in Handshake, deadline is Sunday Feb 24!

On President’s Day, We Celebrate The Guardian of the Presidency

It is Presidents Day – a time to repost my traditional column commemorating the late, great Richard E. Neustadt. This year the post seems particularly timely, given President Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency in order to free up money to fund construction of a wall along the United States’ southern border with Mexico. Although […]

Energy Efficiency and Psychology Summer Internship at The Consortium for Energy Efficiency

The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) is seeking a motivated, organized individual to serve as an intern and support its Evaluation, Research, and Behavior (ERB) Sector work, with a focus on behavior. The ERB team supports CEE members and works with government and non-government agencies throughout the US and Canada to help improve the application of behavioral insights and program evaluation in the energy efficiency industry. This intern will work in the ERB sector (team of five, including one other intern) and report to the Senior Program Manager for Behavior, Kira Ashby.

CEE is an award-winning consortium of efficiency program administrators from the United States and Canada that unifies program approaches across jurisdictions to increase impact in fragmented markets. By joining forces at CEE, individual electric and gas efficiency programs are able to partner not only with each other, but also with other industries, trade associations, and government agencies. Working together, administrators leverage the effect of their ratepayer funding, exchange information on successful practices and, by doing so, achieve greater energy efficiency for the public good.


  • Gather and organize information on members’ energy efficiency programs that employ behavioral approaches and the related evaluations. This information will be used to develop a set of key takeaways from these programs as well as a set of case studies highlighting programs that exemplify tried and true behavioral techniques or innovative programs with promising initial findings. This work will include providing quality assurance for data and following up with members via phone and email to ensure that their work is accurately represented.
  • Collect information on regulatory decisions that impact energy efficiency program administrators’ ability to claim savings from their behavioral programs.
  • Assist with preparation for ERB Committee meetings and webinars, including generating committee lists and taking notes during meetings.
  • Provide administrative support to other ERB team staff as they develop documents, reports, website content, or other work

The internship would potentially start in late May or early June 2019 and continue through August or early September 2019.

Learn more in Handshake. Application deadline 3/29.

The CIA wants you! Visiting campus February 26/27

Three recruiters from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) will be visiting campus for two days on February 26 and 27.

They are particularly interested in talking with students who are curious how to use their language skills in the intelligence community.

You have 2 choices of activities:

There will be a group information session on Tues, Feb 26 from 6-8 pm in MBH 219. Let us know you’re coming here.

Or you can also sign up for a 1:1 short 20 minute chat with a recruiter on Wednesday, Feb 27. You need to submit a resume and sign up for a slot in advance by applying on Handshake here.

This event is open to all students, all majors, all class years.!

More about the CIA internship and full time opportunities are outlined here: https://www.cia.gov/careers/student-opportunities

CCI’s Summer Internship Funding Applications Now Open!

CCI has $1000 and $3000 grants available for students with unpaid summer internships!  
Funding Application Deadline: April 14.

You must have secured and accepted your internship before applying for funding. Requirements include an essay, budget, funding agreement, and  approved resume.
Don’t wait; visit Quick Questions for resume approval.

An appointment to discuss your plans with a CCI advisor is required for First-Year Explore applicants and strongly encouraged for all other applicants. CCI appointments and resume approvals must be complete by April 7.

Instructions, forms, and Frequently Asked Questions are available at go/summerfunding.

All funding applications will be reviewed after April 14. Funding notifications will be emailed on May 1.

Need help with your internship search? Did you know there are over 1700 paid and unpaid internship on Handshake?
See CCI’s Top 10 Tips for Finding an Internship, visit
Quick Questions, or make an appointment with a CCI advisor.

CCI can’t wait to hear about your summer plans!

Staff Council Open Meeting 2/20

Please join us next Wednesday, February 20th for a Staff Council open meeting at 9:00 AM in the Grille Conference Room.

Our topic this month will be Wellness.  Our guests include: Rebecca Schubert, MS RDN NBC-HWC, the GMHEC Employee Wellbeing Program Coordinator and Ellen Blackmer McKay, Program Coordinator from the Charles P. Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life.  Rebecca and Ellen will provide us with an overview of current wellness opportunities available to all staff – both through GMHEC and the college. They will provide us with a Well-Being Committee report,  and also share a preview of new and exciting forthcoming initiatives.  

This will also be an opportunity to hear from you – how do you create a healthy work-life balance? What support do you need to help create a healthy work-life balance?

Please join us for conversation,

Staff Council

p.s. check out their website – go/well-being

Intern at the Center for Healthcare Quality and Analytics at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

The Center for Healthcare Quality and Analytics (CHQA) Summer Internship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is designed to introduce, develop, and improve the skills of an undergraduate student interested in public health, patient safety, performance/process improvement, or healthcare administration. This internship will provide the intern with a practical experience around the effective delivery of quality healthcare services. This abbreviated, high paced internship will focus on participation in various projects across the CHQA and exposure to the work of many teams and offices across the enterprise. Interns may also have the opportunity to meet with senior hospital leaders.

The 10-12 week summer internship is a program planned and directed by members of the CHQA. This internship program partners with various departments across the enterprise to provide exposure to a wide variety of clinical and business operations. The primary learning modes will be observation and participation in project-based work. Project opportunities will vary and will reflect both the participant’s interests and the needs of the Hospital. Interns are prohibited from advising on or participating in the delivery of medical care. Additionally, interns are required to maintain the confidentiality of patient information at all times.

Interns will be exposed to projects focused in a variety of business and operational areas across the organization and may involve domains such as patient safety, operations, process improvement, quality, and strategy in collaboration with their assigned preceptor. Interns are required to give a presentation on their project work to departmental and/or senior leadership at the end of the internship.

Beginning in early June and ending in August, interns are expected to work 20 to 30 hours a week, and will create a schedule with their preceptor(s) during their first day. Interns will collaborate with their assigned preceptor(s) and are responsible for keeping their project work on track to meet specific deadlines throughout the summer.

Learn more in Handshake. Application deadline 2/28.