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Internship Opportunities

*Positions are currently unavailable, but you are encouraged to submit an application to be considered for future openings.*

We expect 10-20 hours during the academic year and 30-40 hours over the summer. We pay a competitive hourly rate for Civic Leadership Fellows and Summer Interns. Team members are expected to participate in weekly team Civic Leadership meetings once a week and a start-of-week meeting planning and coordination. Our goal is to prepare you to be the thoughtful, courageous, and dynamic servant/civic leaders that communities and the world need today.

The weekly 90-minute Civic Leadership meetings are held on a weekday evening and include time for reflection/meditation, a presentation by team leaders or Fellows, or a thought-provoking reading or video followed by a discussion. Topics range from how to center ourselves and managing anxiety to the state of DC education or U.S. democracy. All Fellows and Interns are expected to help with community outreach as well as taking on special projects.

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Internship Positions

Web Design

Learn how to code and use different applications you can use in the real world. You will have the opportunity to work on web development, database management, and more!

Social Media/Marketing

Manage social media accounts while exploring different ways to increase engagement and exposure. Use analytic and statistical data to grow our following.

Community Outreach

Reach out and manage different community organizations and volunteers. Learn valuable communication, organization, and management skills while growing your DC network.

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