ASP is looking for current or recently graduated students interested in hands-on public policy experience for full- and part-time internships. Interns will support ASP researchers and staff in multiple areas including communications, development, programming and research and will be responsible writing blog posts, event reviews, and contributing to reports. This internship offers a rare opportunity in DC to publish under one’s own name.
ASP’s internship program offers interns the opportunity to work on issues across sectors and encourages participants to attend events in and around Washington, D.C that relate to their field of study or interest. At the conclusion of the internship, outstanding interns may be eligible to remain connected to the organization as Adjunct Junior Fellows, when appropriate.
These internships are intended for in-person work beginning after September 6, with some telework flexibility.
Our current needs are in the following areas:
- Climate Security
- Clean/Renewable Energy
- Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing
- US-Russia Relationship
- Asymmetric Operations
- Public Diplomacy
- External relations/communications
Applicants for the should send a 1.) cover letter, 2.) resume, 3.) references, and a 4.) short writing sample (2 pg. max) by August 13 to Matthew Wallin at careers at americansecurityproject dor org.
Please clearly indicate the research field(s) you are interested in working in.
If you do not include all the required materials, your application will be disqualified.