There are no current job openings at this time.
As part of our efforts to help build the pipeline of young women considering careers in public policy, we host interns throughout the academic year.
Communications/Development Interns and General Interns support WCPI’s programs, as well as its legislative and fundraising efforts.
These paid internships are open to undergraduate students.
The application deadline for each application cycle is 5 p.m. Eastern (no exceptions) and are as follows:
- Summer internship application cycle: Opens December 1- Closes February 15
- Fall internship application cycle: Opens April 20- Closes June 15
- Winter/Spring internship application cycle: Opens September 1- Closes November 15
Please note that current circumstances due to COVID-19 may require that WCPI delay, suspend, or cancel acceptance and review of applications in the event we must cancel the fall internship in its entirety. Any decisions about the status of the program will be made well before the June 15 deadline, so please be sure to check our website and social media periodically for further information.
A new internship at WCPI, the Communications/Development intern will play a key role in helping expand our outreach and fundraising initiatives. Successful interns will have their finger on the pulse of social media and digital outreach and a genuine interest in development/fundraising work.
WCPI is seeking a communications/development intern to help implement its comprehensive media and major gifts strategies. The intern will work closely with the staff to implement the organization’s communications and development plans.
The WCPI General Internship program strives to develop the next generation of women leaders in public policy and in nonprofit organizations.
Interns are responsible for assisting WCPI staff in our programmatic and administrative work. Such work includes assisting with our congressional briefings and other events on Capitol Hill.