The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce offers career opportunities and internship (research associate) positions. We have five different internship types: Communications, Diversity Initiative, State Initiative, Editorial, and Data Research. Interns are responsible for supporting their respective teams and working closely with team coordinators on a variety of tasks. Intern positions are slated for 20 hours a week.
Current undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply for paid internship (research associate) positions. Interested candidates should email their resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce is seeking a Communications Associate to provide support starting in June, 2017. This paid internship will primarily support the communications team of the center. Key tasks will include writing, website posting, social media, media relations, administrative items, and other duties to be assigned during what should be busy semester. Candidates should have a background in communication and be available to work between 20-30 hours per week. Knowledge of postsecondary education systems a plus. Please send inquiries to Hilary Strahota firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce is seeking a Diversity Initiative Research Associate (Intern) to support the center’s diversity work. The Associate will be responsible for supporting the Director of Operations. The part-time Associate will primarily focus on career readiness research and help with administrative and communications work for the Initiative and CEW as a whole. Native proficiency in Spanish is not required but preferred. Interest in diversity and equity issues a plus. If interested, please send your resume and short letter of interest to Andrea Porter, CEW Operations Director, email@example.com.
This page will be updated as new internship positions become available.
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