Internships

The political science internship provides the opportunity for a structured learning experience in a supportive and collaborative environment.

Politics majors may seek out internships independently, but are also encouraged to enroll in POL 89A: Political Science Internship. This course is designed to combine experiences working in fields such as government, law, media, and interest advocacy with coursework that ties an internship back to the study of politics. This course is usually offered every semester. Note that students must be enrolled in POL 89A or an internship course offered by another department to receive academic credit for their internship. For questions, please contact Professor Jill Greenlee at greenlee@brandeis.edu.

Brandeis can cover transportation costs for internships off campus! Starting this spring, all students registered for Politics 89a are eligible for financial coverage of their transportation costs to and from their off campus internship sites. Train fees, bus fees, tolls, and Uber/Lyft fees are all eligible for reimbursement. Receipts will be required. For more information, please contact Professor Jill Greenlee at greenlee@brandeis.edu.

Current Internships

Below is a list of current internship opportunities. In addition to the information listed below, more internship opportunities can be found on the the Hiatt Career Center's Handshake page (login required).

Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) Internships

FIRE’s mission is to defend and sustain the individual rights of all Americans to free speech and free thought — the most essential qualities of liberty. FIRE educates Americans about the importance of these inalienable rights, promotes a culture of respect for these rights, and provides the means to preserve them.

Summer Internship Program: FIRE offers a ten-week, paid summer internship as part of our efforts to educate students about their rights at colleges and universities. This internship gives current undergraduates the opportunity to assist FIRE in defending civil liberties on campuses across the country.

FIRE interns do substantive work and participate in weekly seminars with FIRE staff and other experts on freedom of expression, due process, and much more.

Interns will work at FIRE’s downtown Philadelphia office. The 2023 program will run from May 30–August 4 and interns will receive a stipend of $5,250.

The internship application process opens on November 1 and will close on Friday, March 3, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. (ET).

Campus Scholars Program: FIRE is excited to offer a semester-long, paid, remote program as part of our efforts to educate and empower students on American college and university campuses. This opportunity gives current undergraduates the opportunity to collaborate with FIRE in defending civil liberties on campuses across the country, while also working with our staff to create and build a personal project to promote FIRE’s mission on their own campuses.

This experience is remote. The 2023 spring semester program will begin with an in-person training weekend from January 27-28 and then run remotely until May 5, 2023. Campus Scholars will receive a stipend of $1,500 upon completion of the program and their project in May.

The program application process will open on November 1 and close on Friday, December 30, at 11:59 p.m. (ET).

Field Manager or Canvass Office Director at Fund for the Public Interest

As a Field Manager or Canvass Office Director, you can work to break America's addiction to single-use plastic, tackle climate change, and ensure we have clean air to breathe and clean water to drink. Right now in Boston, we’re launching a campaign to bring one million solar roofs to Massachusetts so that we can tap into the energy from the sun instead of relying on fossil fuels. Utility companies are making it hard to switch to solar, so we need to mobilize the public to convince our next governor to go big on solar!

If you share this passion for changing the world, then you should apply today. Please submit a cover letter and resume on our website directly. Apply Here for career positions after graduation, and here for immediate campaign positions working in Boston during the school year. You can also find us at the Government and Public Services career fair on Wednesday November 9 from 10am-1pm!

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national nonprofit organization that runs campaigns for America’s leading environmental and public interest organizations - and we’re the most effective citizen outreach operation in the country. We’ve raised over $500 million, run hundreds of campaigns in all 50 states, and educated and mobilized millions of people on issues ranging from saving our national parks to stopping the misuse of our life-saving antibiotics by factory farming operations. 

We’re hiring Field Managers and Canvass Office Directors to build and lead teams of canvassers that will fundraise and build support for some of our country's most pressing issues - tackling climate change, moving beyond single-use plastics, banning bee-killing pesticides, and more. We are hiring for immediate positions, as well as positions starting in the summer.

Being a leader on our team requires that you work independently, exercise good judgment and work hard to meet your office’s staffing, campaign and fieldwork goals. You’ll develop communication and leadership skills that will last a lifetime, and you’ll be building the grassroots support it takes to win campaigns.

Apply to work with us if you want to:

  1. Educate and engage citizens on campaigns like tackling climate change and moving beyond single-use plastics

  2. Build support and fundraise for leading non-profit groups, like Environment America and PIRG

  3. Hire, train, and manage your own team of staff -- you’ll interview candidates, make hiring decisions, and train paid canvassers to canvass with you in the field

Things To Know When You Apply

The Fund for the Public Interest is guided by our vision of a better world, a strategic approach to social change, and our core values. Visit https://fundforthepublicinterest.org/core-values.html for things you should know about our organization when you apply.

Internship to Build Online Resources for Ukrainian Refugees
Svitlo, cofounded by a Brandeis alum, is a US-based non-profit bringing information transparency and resource coordination to the Ukrainian refugee resettlement effort across a complex landscape of government and nonprofit organizations
There are over 100K Ukrainians who have come to the US since the war in Ukraine started. They are faced with limited resources and a confusing fractured benefits and housing landscape. Svitlo's mission is to be an information hub for Ukrainian refugees and their sponsors, to bring clarity and security to their first steps in the US.
We are looking for student interns to help us create the content for the website. The responsibilities will include research and writing. You can find a more detailed description here
If interested - students should reach out to svitlousreply@gmail.com
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship

The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship is a highly competitive national fellowship program that provides recent college and graduate school alumni with the funding and opportunity to work with one of two dozen participating institutions in Washington, DC, including leading think tanks and advocacy groups that focus on international security and diplomacy issues.

Scoville Fellows are supervised by senior-level staff members at their host institutions and may work on a range of issues including nuclear and conventional arms control and nonproliferation; atrocity prevention, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding; diplomacy; emerging technology threats; environmental security; and global health security. They contribute to their host organizations' goals through research, public education, advocacy, and by writing articles, blog posts, fact sheets, letters to the editor, op-eds, and/or reports. In addition, fellows often help organize talks and conferences and attend coalition meetings, policy briefings, and congressional hearings. Benefits of this fellowship include salary, basic health insurance compensation, mentoring, moving costs to DC, meetings with policy experts, a modest stipend for professional development purposes, and an entrée into an increasingly influential network of alumni working for domestic and international NGOs, the federal government, academia, and media.

Upcoming Application Deadlines

Spring 2023 Fellowship: October 14, 2022 (begin between January 15 and April 1, 2023)

Fall 2023 Fellowship: January 7, 2023 (begin between July 15 and October 1, 2023)

Regional Voter Protection with the New Hampshire Democratic Party

Elections - the foundation of American democracy - are under siege. Across the country, the 2022 Midterms have become ground zero for unprecedented threats against voting rights. 

Nowhere is this more evident than in New Hampshire, which has recently been identified as BOTH a critical 2022 battleground state and the most challenging state to vote in the country. In New Hampshire, elections are determined by the slimmest imaginable margins - Sen. Maggie Hassan (D) won her seat by 1,017 votes in 2016, while Democrats lost the State House by just 750 votes in 2020. If we fail to protect our elections, we risk losing ground on reproductive rights, civil rights, and the many other issues Democrats fight for across the country.

We need YOUR help to protect voting rights in New Hampshire. Sign up for a virtual phone bank TODAY to help us grow our Voter Protection Team. 

https://mobilize.us/s/0nO05t

Questions? Email Max Weber (mweber@organizenh.org), Regional Voter Protection Director.

Remote Internship Opportunity

Mayor Allan Fung’s Congressional Campaign in Rhode Island is looking for individuals interested in joining our team ahead of the upcoming General Election on November 8th.

This remote internship opportunity includes the chance to earn college credits and letters of recommendation, all from the comfort of your own home.

Key responsibilities would include voter outreach, campaign communication, data management and collection, facilitating campaign events, and assisting with miscellaneous activities.

This internship will be a rewarding opportunity for college students with flexible schedules and an interest in politics, law, and government. Interested individuals can send their resumes or questions to info@allanfung.com.

Campaign Jobs to Protect the Environment!

Want to spend your fall building skills that will help you launch your career? Want to work on urgent issues that you care about like tackling the plastic problem all while getting paid? 

Fill out this interest form now to set up an interview and apply!

MASSPIRG is looking for hardworking people with a passion for social change to fill citizen outreach and field manager positions across the state. We are also hiring for full-time year-round career positions. 

This fall, we are talking to thousands of community members about the plastic problem and building public support to pass the Better Bottle Bill to update our most effective recycling program here in Massachusetts. 

If you take a job with us, you’ll learn important campaign and leadership skills like how to lobby elected officials, generate campaign support, work with the media, and more! You will make an impact on some of the most pressing issues of our time, all while getting paid up to $26/hr.  

Interested candidates should fill out this interest form today! Spots are filling up quickly!

Research Fellowship at Stanford Law School
Several professors at Stanford Law, including economists John Donohue and Dan Kessler, are seeking full-time Research Fellows to begin work in the summer of 2023. This is a unique opportunity for graduating seniors and recent college graduates to participate in groundbreaking empirical legal and social science research. Past fellows have found the experience to be valuable preparation for graduate school and have matriculated to a number of prestigious graduate, law, and business programs.
Spring 2023 Capital Semester Program

Applications for The Fund for American Studies' Spring 2023 Capital Semester program in Washington, D.C. are being accepted until the final deadline of November 15.

The comprehensive Capital Semester program includes:
  • 12 academic credits from George Mason University.
  • A guaranteed internship placement in public policy, international affairs, journalism, communications or the nonprofit sector.
  • Housing in furnished apartments in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
  • Sessions focused on networking, professional development and career exploration.
Victory Congressional Spring Internship

The LGBTQ Victory Institute brings outstanding LGBTQ college students to Washington, DC, for an 8- or 10-week intensive leadership program, including an internship with an LGBTQ-friendly member of Congress or caucus. This is a paid opportunity and includes a living stipend, housing in DC, travel to/from DC, transportation stipend, and travel/registration to the International LGBTQ Leaders Conference in December 2023.  

The internship is open to current LGBTQ undergraduate students of all genders, orientations, abilities, races, and political affiliations, including people with majors other than political science. If you’re interested in public service, building your leadership skills, and working on advocacy, this is the internship for you!  

Applications for all 2023 cohorts (Spring, Summer, and Fall) are now open!  Applications for the Spring 2023 internship are due on Sunday, September 25, 2022 

Hamilton Place Strategies Job Opportunities
Hamilton Place Strategies (HPS) is an analytical public affairs firm located in Washington D.C. Because students majoring in Politics have been a good fit for us in the past, we wanted to spread the word about our full-time roles with start dates in January, June, September, and November of 2023.
 
The link to our application is here, which closes on Sunday, September 18th at 11pm ET. Please see a list of FAQs here and the attached flyer for more information about the associate program. Additionally, we have a virtual info session on Wednesday, 9/14, at 5pm ET. Applicants can sign up here.
Waltham Alliance for Teaching, Community Organizing, and Housing Community Development Corporation (WATCH CDC)

Fall 2022 Internship offerings 

About WATCH: Waltham Alliance for Teaching, Community Organizing, and Housing Community Development Corporation (WATCH CDC) works towards a more just community in the Waltham area. Through promoting affordable housing, providing adult education and leadership development, and civic engagement opportunities we strive to empower underrepresented residents.

WATCH provides English class and citizenship class for immigrants, helps low income tenants find housing, educates tenants on their rights so they can organize for better conditions and more affordable housing, and teaches a course for first time home buyers. WATCH builds community by providing volunteer opportunities and a place where members can improve their own lives and help make a difference in Waltham.

About our internships:

  • All internships are unpaid and follow federal and state regulations for unpaid internships.
  • No experience needed.
  • Hours listed are approximate and can be adjusted.
  • The WATCH office is not open at this time, so most internships are conducted completely remotely.
  •  Internships will begin the week of September 6th and end the week of December 19th.

Applying: To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to Liz Smith, WATCH’s Volunteer and Internship Coordinator at liz@watchcdc.org. Feel free to reach out with any questions as well.

Government and Public Affairs Internship

Ventry Associates is offering an internship allowing a dedicated individual the opportunity to learn and work directly with the firm’s team on a wide variety of tasks. Projects and responsibilities of the intern may include:

  • Public relations support across platforms. Track media activity, draft press releases, and assist in creating content for specific client initiatives.
  • Supporting advocacy campaigns for a variety of clients. This includes research, data collection, and assisting in coordinating legislative event(s) at the State House for organization membership and legislators. Drafting summaries and memorandum. Creating and maintaining records to track grassroots advocacy efforts.
  • General research and data collection to support a variety of policy initiatives.
  • General office duties; provide other support to the team as needed. 

We anticipate selecting 1 intern to start in July, and into the fall semester, with an opportunity to continue with us throughout the year. We would be open to a student starting with us early as well. The internship will be based in our Boston office. Strong writing and communication skills, an ability to thrive in a self-directed atmosphere, and an interest in public relations are essential. Social media expertise or political campaign experience is a plus! This opening is for a minimum of 10-15 hours a week.

About Ventry:

Ventry Associates is a premier government affairs and public relations firm in New England. Ventry Associates specializes in crafting messages and business strategies that resonate and get results. Our clients are diverse and range from Fortune 500 companies, to leading industry groups, to premier nonprofits. Ventry has fought and won some of the toughest and most high profile public relations, lobbying, and development campaigns in Massachusetts over the past two decades. 

If you are interested in interning with Ventry please send your resume and a cover letter to ma@ventryassociates.net. The subject line of your email should contain the words "intern candidate".

White House Initiative on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders Careers and Internships

WHIAANHPI offers full-time student volunteer internships year-round (spring, summer, and fall). Part-time applicants who can commit to at least 20 hours a week will be considered, although the Initiative prioritizes full-time applicants (32-40 hours a week). Internships will be based in Washington, DC, with the option to work remotely.

The Initiative is responsible for the implementation of President Joe Biden’s Executive Order 14031, dated May 28, 2021. Its purpose is to drive an ambitious whole-of-government agenda to advance equity, justice, and opportunity for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) communities.

Interns at the Initiative are responsible for assisting the staff on a wide range of AA and NHPI issues and priorities, including addressing anti-Asian bias and hate, COVID-19 recovery, capacity building, civil rights, data disaggregation, economic development, education, health, language access, workforce diversity, and more. In addition, interns will help write policy memos and proposals, draft blogs, assist with communications and social media, help coordinate and staff events, and assist with outreach to national and local AA and NHPI organizations and leaders.

 

MIT Research Support Associate
The MIT Political Science Department is hiring a Research Support Associate
(RSA) to assist four faculty members with research and administration. The
position is for one year, but can be extended to a second year. RSAs are
typically recent graduates of BA programs who have an interest in getting
exposure to social science research, but we are open to a diverse range of
previous experiences. In the past, RSA’s have gone on to top PhD programs
in Political Science.
CSIS Internships

CSIS is a bipartisan, nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The Center’s 200+ full-time staff and affiliated scholars conduct research and analysis and develop policy initiatives that look to the future and anticipate change. 

For over 50 years, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) has developed practical solutions to the world’s greatest challenges. As we celebrate this milestone, CSIS scholars continue to provide strategic insights and bipartisan policy solutions to help decision makers chart a course toward a better world.

For a list of current internships, visit https://careers.csis.org/opportunities

SKDK

SKDK brings unparalleled strategic communications experience to Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, philanthropic organizations, labor unions, and political committees and candidates. SKDK is a public affairs and political consulting firm that specializes in working for Democratic Party politicians. Interested in an internship at SKDK? Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Center for American Progress

The Center for American Progress is an independent, nonpartisan policy institute that is dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans through bold, progressive ideas, as well as strong leadership and concerted action. Our aim is not just to change the conversation, but to change the country. American Progress interns are paid at the Washington, D.C., minimum wage rate of $15.20 per hour. Applications to the internship program are accepted on a rolling basis.

GMMB

Come join our team at GMMB of sharp, passionate and (sometimes) quirky activists. In our 30+ years, we’ve helped elect presidents; fought for stricter regulations on tobacco, drunk driving and carbon emissions; united foster children with their forever families; and helped bring health coverage to all Americans.

Local Internships

Below is a list of local organizations that offer internships to students in the Boston area.

Latest Internships from Handshake

November 16, 2022

Teamwork makes the stream work.Roku is changing how the world watches TVRoku is the #1 TV streaming platform in the US, and we’ve set our sights on powering every television in the world. Roku pioneered streaming to the TV. Our mission is to be the TV streaming platform that connects the entire TV ecosystem. We connect consumers to the content they love, enable content publishers to build and monetize large audiences, and provide advertisers with unique capabilities to engage consumers.From your first day at Roku, you’ll make a valuable — and valued — contribution. We’re a fast-growing public company where no one is a bystander. We offer you the opportunity to delight millions of TV streamers around the world while gaining meaningful experience across a variety of disciplines. About the roleThe Editorial Merchandising Intern will be a key member of the Merchandising team as we revolutionize the leading OTT platform's content ecosystem. You'll work on exciting content discovery projects that engage and delight Roku's millions of usersWhat you'll be doingContent selection and curation for our various content discovery experiences in the U.S., Canada, MexicoResearch and sourcing for content among current partners domestic and internationalBuild collections for users out of a mixture of content, genres, tags, and editorial judgmentEvaluate and improve current metadata associated with contentPerform data entry and analyze data sets from multiple sourcesResearch and source content across The Roku Channel, Roku Channel Store, and the Roku platformGenerate new and creative ideas for curationAssist in queuing new partners prior to launch on The Roku ChannelWe are excited if you haveCurrently pursuing a degree in Communications or a related fieldA big fan of movies, tv shows, and the streaming industryFamiliarity with streaming FAST channelsExperience with digital content management systems (CMS)Passion for content and sound editorial judgmentA proactive, adaptable, and positive attitudeProject Management experienceFlexibility to pivot tasks depending on prioritiesHighly organized and a strong, clear communicatorDetail-oriented and a strong sense of time managementDesire to learn and grow within RokuThe Roku CultureRoku is a great place for people who want to work in a fast-paced environment where everyone is focused on the company's success rather than their own. We try to surround ourselves with people who are great at their jobs, who are easy to work with, and who keep their egos in check. We appreciate a sense of humor. We believe a fewer number of very talented folks can do more for less cost than a larger number of less talented teams. We’re independent thinkers with big ideas who act boldly, move fast and accomplish extraordinary things through collaboration and trust. In short, at Roku, you'll be part of a company that's changing how the world watches TV.We have a unique culture that we are proud of. We think of ourselves primarily as problem-solvers, which itself is a two-part idea. We come up with the solution, but the solution isn't real until it is built and delivered to the customer. That penchant for action gives us a pragmatic approach to innovation, one that has served us well since 2002.To learn more about Roku, our global footprint, and how we've grown, visit https://www.weareroku.com/factsheet.

November 16, 2022

Summary of Major Responsibilities (Scope of Work)The Continuous Improvement Intern will assist the Continuous Improvement team with improving efficiency and effectiveness of business processes that align to strategic objectives. There will be opportunity to work with several different functions at Exact based on the various projects that the CI team engages with for improvement efforts The position is intended to be a full opportunity for an engineering, business or science undergraduate to obtain hands-on continuous improvement, and project management experience in a corporate setting.Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:Collaborate with the Continuous Improvement team black belts to improve business processes.Document success stories for Nucleus (intranet page).Develop and implement mechanisms to share best practices and lessons learned.Prepare for the annual Continuous Improvement conference.Capture current project information.Collaborate with business teams as needed on various projects.Mandatory SkillsBasic proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.Proficiency in statistical analysis tools is a bonus.Education and ExperienceEnrollment towards bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Information Technology, Business, Communications, or a Physical Science.Preference giving to candidates with a record of outstanding academic (and non-academic) achievement and/or ability to successfully manage multiple priorities.Physical RequirementsAbility to use computers daily in an interactive manner for extended periods of time and up to 8 hours per day.Ability to frequently and accurately communicate with co-workers in person, via the telephone or by email (likely need to add in, ability to work on a virtual platform for entire day).If you need any assistance seeking a job opportunity at Exact Sciences, or if you may require a reasonable accommodation with the application process, please call our Recruitment Coordinator at 608-535-8841 or email jobs@exactsciences.com.We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and any other status protected by applicable local, state or federal law. Applicable portions of the Company’s affirmative action program are available to any applicant or employee for inspection upon request.

November 16, 2022

The core of our businessBarclays’ financial health is of the utmost importance - not only to our clients, shareholders and employees but to a wide array of stakeholders, too. Our Finance function is essential to our success and includes our Business Performance and Analytics, Product Control, Financial Control, Cost Management, Tax and Treasury teams. Want to learn how financial concepts are applied in a global financial institution like Barclays? Join us as a summer analyst.Real responsibility, right awayAs a summer analyst, you’ll spend the summer working on real-world projects. Completing rotations on two teams, you’ll develop a solid foundation in financial analysis and strengthen your analytical and business skills. You may: perform daily profit and loss analysis for business units, identifying and researching performance impactscompile regular reports and scorecards for senior managersanalyze data for trends and insightswrite presentations based on your analyses for senior managersassist in calls and meetings with fiscal stakeholders.A place where you can thriveAt Barclays, you’ll be surrounded by people who will help you achieve your ambitions. Our collaborative, supportive environment gives you the chance to build solid relationships with senior leaders and peers alike. During the program, you’ll also:benefit from both formal and informal trainingconnect with junior and senior mentorsparticipate in dedicated networking/program eventsreceive detailed performance feedback throughout the programgive back to the community through volunteer events.And if you really impress us, this could be the beginning of an incredible career. We invite top-performing, eligible summer analysts to join us as full-time Finance analysts after graduation.To be considered for this program, you must:be an undergraduate student with an anticipated graduation date between December 2023 - June 2024.Ideally, you would also have:a GPA of 3.2 or aboveunrestricted U.S. work authorizationa basic understanding of financial concepts and financial marketsa major in finance or accounting, preferred, but not requiredresourcefulness, leadership, team-orientation, enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit, demonstrated through participation in extracurricular activities.We are currently in the early stages of implementing a hybrid working environment, which means that many colleagues spend part of their working hours at home and part in the office, depending on the nature of the role they are in. We’re flexible on how this works and it may continue to change and evolve. Depending on your team, typically this means that colleagues spend a minimum of between 20% to 60% of their time in the office, which could be over a week, a month or a quarter. However, some colleagues may choose to spend more time in the office over a typical period than their role type requires. We also have a flexible working process where, subject to business needs, all colleagues globally are able to request work patterns to reflect their personal circumstances. Please discuss the detail of the working pattern options for the role with the hiring manager.For further information about Barclays, please visit our website home.barclaysTo learn more about careers at Barclays, visit search.jobs.barclaysIt is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.

November 16, 2022

Teamwork makes the stream work.Roku is changing how the world watches TVRoku is the #1 TV streaming platform in the US, and we’ve set our sights on powering every television in the world. Roku pioneered streaming to the TV. Our mission is to be the TV streaming platform that connects the entire TV ecosystem. We connect consumers to the content they love, enable content publishers to build and monetize large audiences, and provide advertisers with unique capabilities to engage consumers.From your first day at Roku, you’ll make a valuable — and valued — contribution. We’re a fast-growing public company where no one is a bystander. We offer you the opportunity to delight millions of TV streamers around the world while gaining meaningful experience across a variety of disciplines. About the roleRoku is looking for a solution-oriented MBA/Masters student, looking to kick start a career in product management. The ideal candidate should be passionate about the streaming landscape and the prospect of building products that deliver a delightful user experience, whilst generating business value for Roku. In this position, you will develop a deep understanding of Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) technology, which you will then use to develop an exciting product roadmap and suite of product features. You will partner with User Experience, Research, Data Science, Software Engineering, Machine Learning, Legal, Marketing, and many other cross-functional teams to bring the experience to life.    What you’ll be doing Become an expert in ACR technology Identify pain points and opportunities, which an ACR experience could help solve Work closely with Research, UX and engineering to develop solutions to address these pain points / realize the potential opportunities Partner with data science to determine how you’ll measure the impact of your products  We are excited if you have/are Currently pursuing MBA / Masters  Experience in the media or tech industry prior to school Ability to use left and right brain Data-driven and an entrepreneurial self-starter who deals well with ambiguityExcellent analytical, problem-solving, organizational, verbal, written, and presentation communication and interpersonal skillsLots of creativity, design thinking, and ideasA cross-functional influencer with the ability to build strong relationshipsPlenty of energy, a willingness to learn, and a bias for action The Roku CultureRoku is a great place for people who want to work in a fast-paced environment where everyone is focused on the company's success rather than their own. We try to surround ourselves with people who are great at their jobs, who are easy to work with, and who keep their egos in check. We appreciate a sense of humor. We believe a fewer number of very talented folks can do more for less cost than a larger number of less talented teams. We’re independent thinkers with big ideas who act boldly, move fast and accomplish extraordinary things through collaboration and trust. In short, at Roku you'll be part of a company that's changing how the world watches TV.We have a unique culture that we are proud of. We think of ourselves primarily as problem-solvers, which itself is a two-part idea. We come up with the solution, but the solution isn't real until it is built and delivered to the customer. That penchant for action gives us a pragmatic approach to innovation, one that has served us well since 2002.To learn more about Roku, our global footprint, and how we've grown, visit https://www.weareroku.com/factsheet.

November 16, 2022

Summary of Major Responsibilities (Scope of Work)The Business Operations Intern will assist the Corporate Project Management (i.e. Project Management) team and Commercial Operations with improving the use of the company’s project portfolio management and updating / creating project management tools, templates and training materials. There will also be an opportunity to work within the commercial operations space to help assist with the success of this team.  The position is intended to be opportunity for an engineering, business or science undergraduate to obtain hands-on project management and operations experience in a corporate setting.Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:Collaborating with the Corporate Programs Specialist to improve project portfolio reporting.Documenting project management success stories.Developing and implementing mechanisms to share project management best practices and lessons learned.Updating and creating project management tools, templates and training material.Capturing current project information.Collaboration with commercial operations on various projects.Mandatory Skills:Basic proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Education and Experience:Enrollment towards Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Information Technology, Business, Communications, or a Physical Science.Preference giving to candidates with a record of outstanding academic achievement and/or ability to successfully manage multiple priorities.Physical Requirements:Ability to use computers daily in an interactive manner for extended periods of time and up to 8 hours per day.Ability to frequently and accurately communicate with co-workers in person, via the telephone or by email.If you need any assistance seeking a job opportunity at Exact Sciences, or if you may require a reasonable accommodation with the application process, please call our Recruitment Coordinator at 608-535-8841 or email jobs@exactsciences.com.We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and any other status protected by applicable local, state or federal law. Applicable portions of the Company’s affirmative action program are available to any applicant or employee for inspection upon request.

November 16, 2022

The OpportunityThe Adobe Policy and Government Intern will work on several projects in the Washington, DC area related to federal government, including Congress, as well as state and select international governments. The successful candidate will have demonstrated interest in government work and public policy at either the federal, state or local level. After working with Adobe’s Policy Team, the individual will have extensive knowledge of how Congress, the legislative process, the inner workings of government policy and administrative actions, and many contacts to help get them started on developing a career that includes government service and involvement, including a network of contacts in public policy and government. Adobe’s Policy and Government Interns are provided with a view of federal, state and international governments that few intern opportunities offer. This internship will be remote and will not be housed in an Adobe Office for the Fall 2022 semester.What You'll DoProjects the Policy and Government Intern will be involved in during the summer are based on the global government relations team’s needs at the time but might include:Create compelling content around Adobe’s policy and advocacy efforts using Adobe’s tools, especially in sustainability, social justice, workplace, community involvement and other related policy areas.Organize and participate in advocacy preparation and policy development meetings.Coordinate advocacy meetings and events with government officials.Research new areas of policy interest in tech and business.Expand internal systems and tools used by Adobe’s global government relations and public policy group to coordinate global advocacy and messaging.Attend and report out on industry and policy discussion events and meetings on a variety of topics that are at the intersection of technology and government policy.Work as part of a larger team to expand Adobe’s presence in several policy areas important to society.Attend policy events, government official speeches, hearings and roundtables on a variety of topics and prepare summaries for use by Adobe’s subject matter experts.What You Need to SucceedCurrently enrolled in an accredited college or university and actively pursuing a Bachelor's or Master’s Degree in Business, Law, Public Relations, Communications, Political Science, or related field.Special consideration will be given to candidates who have demonstrated an interest in government by their research, studies, employment or extracurricular activities.Desire to learn about government operations, policies and processes.A genuine passion for public policy and politics.Strong written and verbal communications skills and not afraid to network or get to know new people.Computer skills including word processing, researching, database creation, slide preparation, etc.

November 16, 2022

Apply Here: https://canadensis.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/AppWho We AreThis summer, get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL! Join our team of motivated staff and enjoy the perfect balance of work and fun. Located in the Pocono Mountains of PA, we are a co-ed sleep away camp for kids ages 7 to 16. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative individuals to work as Art and Tech Specialists in:    CeramicsCookingCrafts    Fabric ArtsGlass FusionPaintingPhotographyRobotics/LegosRocketryTheatreVideographyWoodworkingAll positions include Housing, Salary, Food/Meals, and Laundry.2023 dates: June 14th to August 12th***Paid internships to fulfill academic requirements are encouraged*** Role & ResponsibilitiesCollege-aged counselors live in the bunks with the campers. A typical bunk will have 8-12 campers and 3-4 counselors.All counselors share in-bunk responsibilities from wake up to clean up to attendance at meals and evening activities.During the activity day, Activity Specialists will be at their program area, teaching a specific activity to a wide range of campers. When not teaching activities, Specialists are scheduled back with their respective bunk of campers.There is scheduled time off each day and days off throughout the course of the summer.3 Reasons to Make Camp Canadensis Your Summer Job Build leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills while making lifelong friendships. Serve as a mentor, role model, and hero to our campers. Your office? 1,000 acres of beautiful outdoors, including a 75-acre private lake! Your uniform? Shorts and T-shirts! Your co-workers? Passionate young adults like you, looking to have the best summer ever! Get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL. Play and have fun all summer while gaining professional experiences and developing skills that are universally in demand, regardless of your career path. 

November 16, 2022

Apply Here: https://canadensis.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/AppWho We AreThis summer, get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL! Join our team of motivated staff and enjoy the perfect balance of work and fun. Located in the Pocono Mountains of PA, we are a co-ed sleep away camp for kids ages 7 to 16. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative individuals to work as Athletics Specialists in:BaseballBasketballCheerleadingDanceGolfGymnasticsFitnessHockeyLacrosseSoccerSoftballVolleyballWeightsYogaZumbaAll positions include Housing, Salary, Food/Meals, and Laundry.2023 dates: June 14th to August 12th***Paid internships to fulfill academic requirements are encouraged*** Role & ResponsibilitiesCollege-aged counselors live in the bunks with the campers. A typical bunk will have 8-12 campers and 3-4 counselors.All counselors share in-bunk responsibilities from wake up to clean up to attendance at meals and evening activities.During the activity day, Activity Specialists will be at their program area, teaching a specific activity to a wide range of campers. When not teaching activities, Specialists are scheduled back with their respective bunk of campers.There is scheduled time off each day and days off throughout the course of the summer.3 Reasons to Make Camp Canadensis Your Summer Job Build leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills while making lifelong friendships. Serve as a mentor, role model, and hero to our campers. Your office? 1,000 acres of beautiful outdoors, including a 75-acre private lake! Your uniform? Shorts and T-shirts! Your co-workers? Passionate young adults like you, looking to have the best summer ever! Get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL. Play and have fun all summer while gaining professional experiences and developing skills that are universally in demand, regardless of your career path.