is designed to give current undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates, the opportunity to intern amongst the government, think tank and NGO community. Whether it is attending a hearing on Capitol Hill, producing multimedia or conducting research for a memo, interns are exposed to the DC policymaking, media and advocacy community on a daily basis.
At Crisis Group DC, the internship program is designed to reflect the tight-knit office atmosphere. You can expect to collaborate on substantive projects, to interact closely with staff.
Recognizing an internship as a professional first step, the DC office helps you develop your skills by complementing your daily activities with a unique organized professional development program. Some recent highlights have been networking breakfasts, resume/interview guidance from our HR department, and career Q&As with analysts, on top of an unparalleled introduction to the work of the Washington DC advocacy community.
Selected candidates must start in accordance with the orientation schedule below:
|Spring||1st week in January|
|Fall||1st week in July|
To be considered, applications must be received in full by the following deadlines: