Public Policy Internship

Public Policy Interns will focus on conducting research and examining data regarding WCI programming and legislative priorities.

Responsibilities are likely to include:

  • Research legislative action that affects the WCI community

  • Provide support for meetings and briefings at WCI including: scheduling, tracking RSVPs, developing and assembling materials, supporting staff and writing summaries

  • Work with the Marketing and Communications Intern to update the WCI website and online profiles with legislative and program updates as necessary.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Superb verbal and written communication skills to communicate with multiple audiences

  • Must be able to work with minimal supervision and, if applicable, remotely

  • Demonstrated ability to manage tasks and meet deadlines

  • Commitment to team work

  • Strong computer skills (including Microsoft Word and Excel)

  • Ability to both work cooperatively with others and to work independently

  • Strong interest and familiarity with current events affecting women and girls, both domestically and globally

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to