Did you know that Honors students have the opportunity to win up to $500 for their research? Apply here for the UHP/Sigelman Undergraduate Research Enhancement (SURE) Award for your chance.
“Undergraduate Research Enhancement” may not sound the most exciting (well, to most people at least, but you are UHPers), but the funds can contribute to incredible research. Previous SURE Award winners used their winnings to conduct 3D scanning of bones at the Smithsonian, study lasers and present their findings at a national conference, and research the influence of sports rhetoric on political campaigns,
The application, due Friday February 7th, includes:
- Student Application Form
- Faculty Statement of Support
- Unofficial GW Transcript
Please note that the UHP SURE award is different from the university-wide one. There is a SURE Research award that is available to all students, but this one is a specific fund that is set aside for UHP students. Make sure you take advantage of the opportunity!
If you have any questions, reach out to Brianna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chander for Council is seeking a resourceful, organized, and self-motivated Communications Assistant with strong writing, research, and social media skills to join our team. The primary focus will be on social media.
Chander Jayaraman is running for an At-Large seat on the Council of the District of Columbia. He is a progressive, independent candidate who has experience as an ANC Commissioner, business owner, and job training and social services program director. He is committed to re-focusing city government’s attention to its core responsibilities—public safety, education, and economic independence—and making city government work for its citizens.
Chander for Council is a fast-paced and collaborative environment. Candidates for the position must have the ability to work independently and remotely, meet tight deadlines, and balance multiple projects at once. This is an unpaid internship. Students who are from DC and attend school elsewhere may be considered for remote internship, depending on circumstances.
As a Communications Intern, you will:
Support the communications director with creation of social media content
Assist in drafting press releases, blog posts, emails, website content
Monitor media and social media
Suggest and execute paid social media activities
Attend events with Chander to generate written and visual content
Conduct research on an as-needed basis Possibly draft and help place op-eds
Help plan and execute events Help shape the digital media and other communication plans and activities
Post blogs and other content to the website
Ability to commit 15+ hours per week starting in January 2020
Current bachelor’s degree candidate or recent graduate
Strong writing and research skills
Competence with Canva, MailChimp, google docs, Squarespace, Hootsuite, or similar platforms
Passionate about local electoral politics
Basic video-taking (smartphone) and video editing skills
Preferred: familiarity with District issues, neighborhoods, and politics
To apply, please send an email that describes your interest and relevant skills and experience to David Connerty-Marin at email@example.com. Please do not include a resume.
Check out this internship posting from UHP ’18 alum Quinn Stevenson!
Results for America is looking for a intern to support our State and Federal Policy programs. This is a paid, full/part time, policy internship based in Dupont Circle for the spring semester, with the possibility to extend into June. Please see the description attached here and listed on RFA Careers. To apply, submit applications to Recruiting@results4america.org with “State and Federal Policy Intern – Winter 2020” in the subject line. If available, please include your class schedule and/or your office availability Monday – Friday. Applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis and will be accepted until January 31st.
Interested in an internship with the EPA Office of Air and Radiation? Opportunities are available for student interns in the following areas:
Administrative & Clerical; Science & Engineering; Environmental Policy & Programs; and Information Technology. Internships are available in Washington, DC; Ann Arbor, MI; Montgomery, AL; and Las Vegas, NV.
See the attached flyer for more information or contact Prof. Kung (who can provide you with a contact to speak with at the EPA). Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Note the deadline for applying is January 13.
The applications can be found at https://www.usajobs.gov/ (use the following “keywords” to search for the specific positions):