The Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia is seeking interns to work in various areas of energy regulation, including the fields of law, environmental studies, engineering, economics, communications, and information technology. The Commission is an independent, quasi-judicial agency in the District of Columbia Government. The mission of the Commission is to serve the public interest by ensuring that financially healthy utility companies provide safe, reliable, and quality utility services at reasonable rates for District of Columbia customers while fostering grid modernization, conservation of natural resources, preservation of environmental quality, and advancement of the District’s climate policy commitments. The interns will have the opportunity to work on ground-breaking matters such as grid modernization, transportation electrification, environmental economics, infrastructure projects, and community engagement. Throughout the summer, interns will also contribute to Commission initiatives, such as the diversity and inclusion project and public awareness campaigns like #Here2HelpDC. Individual responsibilities could include attending community hearings, providing communications support for various events, reviewing environment and energy-related policies and procedures, providing input on Commission webpages and social media, offering recommendations to various Commission offices, and communicating with stakeholders from Washington Gas, Pepco, and DC Government agencies. The internship is open to students currently enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate-level program or recently graduated (in the past 12 months) from a local university or college within the District of Columbia. Interns majoring in law, communications, economics, engineering, environmental studies, finance, and/or business administration will be considered. Email a cover letter, resume, three references, and an unofficial transcript to Natalie Taylor at email@example.com by close of business on April 16, 2021.