Policy Intern - National Civic League - $7,000 Tuition Scholarship
Description of Job
The intern will support League operations by conducting research, producing written materials, providing assistance at meetings and conferences, contacting other organizations and related activities. The intern will assist all three program directors, our journal editor, President, and Office Manager. Some of the activities to be supported include our annual All-America City Awards program, National Civic Review publication, monthly e-newsletter, website and social media postings.
This position would start in September 2018. The position is an unpaid academic internship, which comes with a tuition scholarship of $7000. The position is part-time, temporary, non-exempt, at-will, with no employee benefits. The successful candidate in this position will: be willing to submit to and able to successfully pass a criminal background check; possess and maintain a valid Colorado driver's license and be able to travel as needed in the Denver Metro Area, with occasional travel outside the state.
Skills and Qualifications:
CU Denver Political Science Graduate Student in good standing; good writing, verbal skills, and social media skills.
Please send a résumé with cover letter to Minsun Ji at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is Saturday, June 30th.
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About the National Civic League
The mission of the National Civic League is advancing civic engagement to create inclusive, thriving communities. Through recognition programs, model practices, and technical assistance, we help communities build a strong civic infrastructure and address issues like environmental sustainability, racial equity, safety, public health and education in an inclusive, collaborative manner.