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Global Policy Group (GPG) selects a small number of interns to work on a full- or part-time basis during the academic year and the summer.
 
Interns are a vital part of the GPG team.  They help research and write papers and memos for clients and perform other research tasks as needed.  Internships at GPG are substantive and not clerical positions.
 
Research topics for interns include U.S. regulatory, legislative, and economic issues of interest to our international business clients.  Energy, environmental, climate change, transportation, and international trade issues are major focal points.
 
In addition to research and writing, interns at times attend Congressional hearings, policy briefings, or GPG client presentations and discussions.
 
A GPG internship provides solid value to graduate students with interests in policy analysis and its impact on business.  Interns work closely with GPG’s senior management team.  Past interns have found that their time at GPG complemented their academic studies with real-world knowledge and experience. 
 
GPG interns have gone on to work on Capitol Hill, in the White House, and at the departments of State and Treasury.  Others have gone on to successful careers in international development, business, law, and consulting.
 
Candidates should preferably be graduate students with interest in and knowledge of economics, politics, trade, or a related field.  Equally important are outstanding research, analytical, and writing skills.  Undergraduate internships are also available.

 

GPG internships can be paid or set up as unpaid internships linked to academic credit.

 

 

How to Apply
 
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  Please send a cover letter, resume, and short writing sample (3-4 pages) to gpg@globalpolicy.com

 

Please also include the names of 2-3 references (professor and/or current or recent employer). 

 

We will contact contact you if we want to schedule an interview.

 

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