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- Immigration and Cross-Border Policy Project Internship (Spring 2018), DC, USA

Immigration and Cross-Border Policy Project Internship (Spring 2018)
Bipartisan Policy Center  

Job Code:
B28175
Location: USA – Washington, DC

Description –

During the fall and spring semesters, internships are part-time and unpaid and applicants must currently be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program. The fall and spring internship programs at BPC are flexible, allowing students to gain valuable experience while maintaining their regular class schedules. Interns will provide functional support, conduct research, and work directly with project analysts and staff in various capacities.

Project Background

The Immigration Task Force is co-chaired by former Governors Haley Barbour and Edward Rendell, as well as former Secretaries Henry Cisneros and Michael Chertoff. The 2016 election brought immigration to the forefront of policy debates, and BPC’s immigration task force aims to use this momentum to advocate for a sound, forward-thinking immigration system with common-sense reforms. The task force aims to help these efforts by promoting compromise, achievable solutions, and quality public conversation.

Through public events, written products, and collaboration and outreach with Capitol Hill, the project focuses on all aspects of the immigration system and potential reforms. BPC focuses on four primary issue areas: controlling the flow of unauthorized immigration, legalization and citizenship, legal immigration, and economic impacts. As this debate unfolds, the project will continue to target its efforts where it perceives opportunities to positively impact the debate.

Responsibilities

The intern will work with staff on research and writing, preparing material for private and public discourse, and monitoring current events and congressional activity. The internship will also include engagement in other functions of the project such as event planning, fundraising, and communications. Interns will be asked to handle multiple assignments and deadlines. As with any job, project needs and the intern’s skill set will play a key role in determining precise responsibilities. The intern may also be asked to assist with BPC’s new Cross-Border policy project, which focuses on the politics of trade, NAFTA, and cross-border relationships in North America.

Qualifications

The ideal applicant:

  • Possesses strong research and writing skills
  • Communicates clearly and effectively
  • Attends to detail and holds own work to high standards
  • Effectively manages competing and changing priorities
  • Has an interest in immigration policy and/or economics and trade policy

To Apply

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Posted on 04 October 2017
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