BPC offers students a chance to work in Washington, D.C. alongside its policy experts and across a range of different issues areas.Throughout the internship program, students get a chance to deeply engage with policy research, attend BPC and other local events,and witness policy development in the nation's capital.
Qualified candidates will be highly motivated and energetic self-starters. Interns will assist individual projects and departments inseveral capacities and should be enthusiastic about working on a variety of tasks. Candidates must be team players and express an interest in at least one of BPC’s various policy projects or functional areas.
Internship opportunities are available with the following teams:
- Democracy Project
- Early Childhood Education
- Economic Policy Project
- Energy Project
- Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative
- Government Relations
- Health Project
- Senior Health and Housing Task Force
- Health Innovation Initiative
- Immigration Policy Project
- Executive Council on Infrastructure
- National Security Program
- Prevention Initiative