Energy and Environment Internship, Energy and Climate Policy, Center for American Progress – Washington DC

Published 22:32 on October 30, 2018  /  Last updated at 22:32 on October 30, 2018  /  Job Postings  /  No Comments

Interns working with American Progress’ Energy and Environment team will have the opportunity to complete substantive work across the team’s four main focuses: international climate policy, domestic energy policy, oceans policy, and public lands policy.

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American Progress is a leader in addressing climate change, energy production, and the conservation crisis by driving research, messaging, and policy to defend and advance progressive policies that protect our air, land, and water.

Interns working with American Progress’ Energy and Environment team will have the opportunity to complete substantive work across the team’s four main focuses: international climate policy, domestic energy policy, oceans policy, and public lands policy. Within this framework, interns will develop skills and experience to contribute effectively to the national conversation on climate change, clean energy, natural resources management, conservation, and climate adaptation and resilience.

The Energy and Climate intern will work closely with both the Energy and Environment War Room subteam and Domestic Energy Policy subteam.

Energy and Environment War Room: This rapid-response unit within the broader Energy and Environment team works quickly to frame the narrative around breaking attacks on the nation’s bedrock environmental laws and policies through research, communications, and campaign-style work.

Domestic energy policy: The Domestic Energy Policy team develops reports, data, and messaging to defend the progress made on mitigating and adapting to climate change; promotes policies to expand clean energy and improve air and water quality; and develops equitable climate preparedness and resilience policies.

All interns on the Energy and Environment team will contribute to the core work of the team, completing day-to-day assignments in addition to more extensive research projects. Interns will work closely with one or more staff members who will help foster knowledge of policy areas, government operations, and confidence working in a fast-paced office setting. Typical responsibilities include:

– Contribute to memos, blog posts, columns, event summaries, and reports.

– Carry out web-based research on issue areas.

– Compile and manipulate data in Microsoft Excel.

– Draft rapid-response communications.

– Update fact sheets, talking points, and documents on topics of current pertinence.

– Develop content for social media and enhance the team’s social media presence.

Other duties may include conducting targeted research and reporting on policy meetings, seminars, hearings, and lectures. Whenever possible, interns are encouraged to write on a subject of their choice, either as a contributor to a larger piece or as the individual author of a column for the website.

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