Employment and Internship Opportunities For Students
Applicants should have strong communication, computer, and creative skills as well as a high level of attention to detail. 10-15 hours per week. Commitment through Spring 2014 desired but not required. This is a volunteer position.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to Randi Chmielewski, Manager, Outreach and Special Projects, Eagleton Institute of Politics at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling (ECPIP) manages the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, which was established in 1971 as one of the nation's first university-based statewide public opinion polls. The Center also undertakes other survey research in the public interest and designs opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to learn how to read, analyze, design and administer polls.
Positions are available in the following categories (detailed descriptions at link for each position):
- GENERAL RESEARCH
- PUBLIC RELATIONS AND SOCIAL MEDIA
- WEBSITE MAINTENANCE
- DATA VISUALIZATION AND GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION
Filled for Fall 2014; check back for Spring 2015 ECPIP opportunities.
There are several opportunities for students to get involved with the work of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, both directly and through its various centers and programs. Most internships are unpaid, but Rutgers students may be able to receive credit, depending on the position. Credit for students from other institutions is also possible, subject to the home school's rules.
Eagleton Institute of Politics
Program internships and other opportunities
Student interns can earn credit for their work with Eagleton's projects. Volunteers and workstudy students also assist Eagleton in its work.
For more information, contact Sarah Kozak at email@example.com.
Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP)
Student interns can earn academic credit for their work in CAWP's research and information services areas. Interns help collect data on the numbers and location of women in public office and assist in research projects on women in Congress and on policy issues.
Program internships and other opportunites
There is occasional need for student interns to work on many of CAWP's programs, assisting with the planning and implementation of conferences for young women interested in politics and work with women public officials. Volunteers and workstudy students also assist CAWP in its work, helping out with clerical tasks, assisting in data collection, and conducting web-based research on women and politics.