Institute for Women’s Policy Research Internships
Internships are 10 weeks during the summer, and summer interns work full-time (40 hours/week) and receive a stipend. Schedules are flexible but generally run from early June to August. Interns will learn much about the non-profit sector, develop professional skills, and gain insight by working on policy research on various issues that address women’s economic needs.
Candidates must have excellent communication and writing skills, computer skills, and a strong interest in women's issues and economic justice. They must be organized, work well with others, and have experience or coursework in statistics, economics or social sciences.
The Institute for Women's Policy Research was founded in 1987 and is located in Washington, D.C. Their work is focused in research on women-focused economic issues and influencing policymakers on issues impacting women in the U.S. as well as around the globe.
The location is usually in WASHINGTON DC.