The Century Foundation is hiring a
Hybrid | New York, New York or Washington, D.C
June 12–August 4, 2023 | 40 Hours/Week | Compensated at $18/Hour
The Century Foundation’s Summer Scholars is an internship program designed to foster skill sets in order to excel in the public policy sector. Scholars will build important skills, add to their portfolios, meet interesting people, and hopefully even have some fun. The program is a hybrid, eight-week, full-time position, running from Monday, June 12 through Friday, August 4. For more information on the program, visit tcf.org/SummerScholars.
The PreK–12 Education Policy Scholar will work on projects that study and uplift the importance of diversity, justice, and equity in public schools. You will assist with projects addressing racial and socioeconomic integration strategies in PK–12 education, including work engaging with TCF’s Bridges Collaborative, as well as projects addressing the needs of English learners. You will present this content in a variety of forms, possibly including case studies, fact sheets, and interviews with students, teachers, and families. You should be able to look at education issues through an intersectional lens, recognizing the importance of elevating the experiences of low-income students, LGBTQ students, English learners, and students of color.
Please apply with a resume, cover letter, and two writing examples via BambooHR. To be considered, apply by March 15, 2023. If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
THE CENTURY FOUNDATION
The Century Foundation is a progressive, independent think tank that conducts research, develops solutions, and drives policy change to make people’s lives better. We pursue economic, racial, gender, and disability equity in education, health care, and work, and promote U.S. foreign policy that fosters international cooperation, peace, and security. TCF has offices in New York and Washington, D.C.
The Century Foundation is committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds. Everyone is encouraged to apply, including women, LGBTQIA people, people of color, and people with disabilities. Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States, for example by being a citizen or being a student with an F-1 visa that will cover the entire period of the eight-week program.