RESOLVE Internship Program
RESOLVE understands the value of hands-on experience before graduation, and we are committed to mentoring the next generation of environmental, public health, and natural resource collaborative leaders. RESOLVE’s internship program offers opportunities for students to gain insight in the practical applications of collaboration and consensus building to further their own education.
In addition to our policy internship program, we sometimes offer internships focused on a specific skill set outside of collaboration and consensus building.
Who are we looking for?
- You have completed at least three years of full-time studies at a university or equivalent institution towards the completion of a degree.
- You possess an interest in collaboration and public policy.
- You can legally work in the United States.
The specific skills and experience we are looking for varies by internship. For more information on a specific internship opportunity’s qualifications, please refer to the internship announcement.
RESOLVE internships sometimes have stipends, which vary according to project. We will also work with schools to ensure our interns earn applicable academic credit for their internship with us. We are dedicated to providing our interns with valuable learning opportunities and real-world experience to meet their own professional development goals.
Open Internship Opportunities
RESOLVE is seeking a Public Health intern for the Summery 2016 semester. This is a paid internship lasting through August 2016 with the possibility to extend.
The ideal candidate will have interest/experience in one or more of the following:
- Public health/Public policy;
- Food safety;
- Environmental health;
- Air and water quality;
- Chemicals safety
Do you have a fascination for emerging technology, wildlife, or tropical forests and are looking for a way to combine these interests, while gaining valuable writing and editing experience?
The Biodiversity and Wildlife Solutions program (BWS) at RESOLVE, based in Washington, DC, is looking for interns to help research, write, and edit news, reviews, stories, and events on the use of technology to help bridge the gap between innovators in the tech and wildlife fields. Read more…