During the academic year, the Center for Policy Design and Governance hosts a weekly seminar called the Salon. The Salon is a space where faculty and students have conversations about their work, research challenges, navigating university life and more. Each week, attendees can bring a matter before the group, or simply offer feedback on other presentations. Formal presentations, though not prohibited, are also not required.
The Center for Policy Design and Governance offers internships to undergraduate and graduate students interested in policy design, policy implementation, diverse stakeholder engagement in the policy process and related topics. Examples of tasks that center interns may take on include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Engagement in research tasks (e.g., transcription, data entry)
- Assisting in research translation (e.g., producing Research to Practice briefs)
- Helping develop and administer materials for trainings offered through the Policy Design Studio
Internship opportunities are available on an as-needed basis. Interested students should take the pre-screening survey below. The survey is designed to assess a student’s skillsets and compatibility to serve as an intern.
If your skills and experience match our needs, we will reach out to you.