The Policy Internship Program is forever indebted to the countless policymakers who serve as dedicated mentors to our students, many continuing their roles from one summer to the next. Here we showcase the offices in which our students have worked over the years, including Congressional offices, federal agencies, think tanks, public advocacy groups, and international organizations, among others. If you would like to participate in our program by serving as a sponsoring office, please contact us.
To prospective interns: please note that this list is merely a starting point meant to offer you a sense of the opportunities. Interns are not limited to the offices on this list, and we encourage applicants interested in other offices to research those as well. Conversely, some of the offices where interns have worked in the past may not be good fits in the future as agencies change and personnel turn over.
The following Congressional offices have sponsored internships for PIP students:
The following federal government agencies have sponsored internships for PIP students:
The following state government agencies have sponsored internships for PIP students:
Non-government organizations are also known as not-for-profits. They include think tanks, advocacy groups, and charities.
The following international organizations have sponsored internships for PIP students: