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RFF Summer Research Internship Program in USA, 2019

Resources For The Future (RFF) is offering Summer Research Internship Program for 2019-2020 academic year. Candidates should display strong writing skills and a desire to analyze complex environmental policy problems amenable to interdisciplinary methods are eligible to apply.

This is a paid internship program, summer interns will earn a stipend of $375 per week for graduate students and $350 per week for undergraduates. The program is open to both US and non-US citizens, provided that the latter have proper work and residency documentation.

Field of Internship: Research and policy analysis. Each intern can expect to work with one or more RFF researcher on a variety of ongoing projects or assist in the development of entirely new areas of research and policy analysis.
Course Level: Internship
Internship Provider: Resources for the Future
Internship can be taken at:
USA (Washington)

Eligibility:

  • Candidates should display strong writing skills and a desire to analyze complex environmental policy problems amenable to interdisciplinary methods.
  • The ability to work without supervision in a careful and conscientious manner is essential.
  • Highly motivated candidates in the social and natural sciences with training in economics and quantitative methods, or with a keen interest in public policy, are encouraged to apply.
  • Priority consideration is given to graduate students.
  • The program is open to both US and non-US citizens, provided that the latter have proper work and residency documentation.

Internship Open for International Students: The internship program is open to both US and non-US citizens.

Is this paid internship? Yes, summer interns will earn a stipend of $375 per week for graduate students and $350 per week for undergraduates. Housing assistance is not provided.

Internship Description:

RFF offers summer internships for outstanding undergraduate and graduate students. Each intern can expect to work with one or more RFF researcher on a variety of ongoing projects or assist in the development of entirely new areas of research and policy analysis. Students are urged to consult the list of anticipated research projects for summer 2016 before applying to determine whether they have a suitable background.

Number of awards offered: Not Known

Internship Duration: Internships are available beginning in June and ending in late August for a 10-week assignment. To meet individual needs, some flexibility with the beginning and ending dates is possible.

Notification: Selected candidates will be notified in April.

How to Apply:

Individuals interested in applying should submit the following materials through RFF’s online application system:

  • a cover letter detailing project(s) of interest: please be as specific as possible when describing why you chose the project(s), as well as any related class work or experience;
  • a resume/curriculum vitae;
  • a recent transcript (unofficial copies are acceptable);
  • a writing sample of three to five pages from a recent paper (excerpts are acceptable); and
  • the name, address, phone number, and email information for two references.
  • Students will receive electronic notification of receipt of application materials.

Internship Application Deadline: Ongoing

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