Senate Foreign Relations Committee Internships
Internships generally last an entire semester. Interns will perform a variety of functions that increases their knowledge and skill level in public policy-making. They may perform research, write memos, attend meetings on the Hill, and other duties that gives students experience in legislation and public policy.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is responsible for influencing policies that affect the nation. As an example, it was actively involved in the establishment of the United Nations in 1945. Students interested in politics and government will find the internship a valuable experience and stepping stone in their career pursuits.
What's the difference between internships and externships?
Students who apply must have excellent communication skills, including speaking and writing. They must be interested in performing many functions within a fast-paced environment.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
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