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BIDEN INSTITUTE SUMMER FELLOWS PROGRAM Biden Institute Summer Internship Program

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Applications for the 2022 Biden Institute Summer Internship Program have closed. Check back early Spring 2023 for updates.

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Selected students will have the opportunity to work in-person or remotely with our amazing partner ​organizations.

View our current list of internship sites below.

These paid, career focused 8-10 week internships will provide students with hands-on experience in public policy, communications and advocacy with non-profit organizations and government agencies.

Applicants must be University of Delaware students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year.

Applications will be accepted through April 15, 2022 at 5:00PM ET. If you have any questions, please email us at madinahw@udel.edu​​

Internship Sites:​

  • Active Minds Inc.
  • Biden Institute and Leo T. McCarthy Center​ Equity Intern
  • City of Richmond​, Virginia
  • CleanCapital
  • Delaware Alliance Against Sexual Violence
  • Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence​​​​
  • Delaware League of Local Governments​
  • Delaware Office of Women's Advancement and Advocacy​
  • Human Rights Campaign​
  • Office of Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester​
  • Office of Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings​
  • Office of Delaware Governor John Carney​
  • Office of New York City Council Member Gale A. Brewer
  • Rise Up Inc.
  • Travis Manion Foundation​
  • US Conference of Mayors
  • Working Hero Action for the Living Wage Act - Ballot Initiative​

Be sure to check this site regularly as we'll be adding new host organizations throughout the month!

​Application Requirements:

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Writing Sample

Qualifications:

  • Excellent writing, editing and research skills
  • Superior communication and interpersonal skills
  • Detail-oriented, well-organized, and reliable
  • Able to work independently and take initiative
  • Excellent technical skills and social media savvy
  • Strong organizational, planning and management skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and G-Suite
  • Clear grasp of the policy and lawmaking process
  • Ability to project confidence and competency when working with senior members of the legislative and executive branches

  • Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment in the formulation and recommendation of policy positions

  • Ability to adapt and respond quickly to changing landscapes and to work well under pressure and deadlines

  • Experience managing multiple projects and the ability to handle competing deadlines

​Biden Institute Summer Internship Application

 

 

ActiveMinds_logo_greenbox copy.pngActive Minds - Cross-Departmental Intern/Development, Communications, or Programshttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/ActiveMinds_logo_greenbox copy.png<div>Active Minds is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization changing the culture around mental health. Through our presence at more than 1,000 high school and college campuses, in corporate settings, and with a wide-reaching public audience, Active Minds is creating communities of support and saving lives. Founded in 2003 by Alison Malmon after the tragic suicide of her brother Brian, Active Minds is dedicated to supporting a new generation in ending the silence, helping to make mental health as highly valued as physical health. Through our many programs – including the emotionally gripping Send Silence Packing® traveling exhibit and our compelling Active Minds Speakers – we are changing culture and behaviors related to mental health across the country. ​<br></div><div>As a small nonprofit, Active Minds relies on the help of our interns tremendously as they work directly on important initiatives and projects as well as assist staff on a variety of administrative tasks.  Interns have the opportunity to do substantive work, gain experience in the nonprofit sector, and help change the culture around mental health.  Depending on intern interest and organization needs, the intern will be assigned to one of the following teams: Development, Communications, or Programs.  </div><div><br></div><div>This internship is remote, but the intern will engage with staff through virtual meetings and participate in full staff meetings.​​<br></div><p>​<br>Some of the common skills required to succeed include:<br></p><ul><li>Research, writing, editing projects</li><li>Administrative and data entry support</li><li>Assisting with small and large-scale virtual event planning and coordination</li><li>Design/creative projects</li><li>Communications, outreach, blog writing, and marketing support</li><li>Data collection and evaluation</li><li>Other duties may be assigned as needed​</li></ul><p></p>Remotehttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=15
Capitol.jpgOffice of Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester​ - Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Capitol.jpgThe Office of Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester proudly serves the state of Delaware in the U.S House of Representatives and is dedicated to expanding opportunity for Delawareans and citizens across the nation. Congresswoman Blunt Rochester a member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce where she focuses on issues such as, advancing healthcare equity and tackling our nation's opioid and addiction epidemic. Additionally, Congresswoman Blunt Rochester is a leading voice on economic and future of work issues and leverages her professional experience to advocate for issues such as,  small business growth, college affordability, and removing barriers for citizens re-entering society. With deep roots in the first state, Congresswoman Blunt Rochester is a passionate advocate for the needs of every community which informs her work in Washington. <br><div></div><div>In Washington, DC, interns' responsibilities will vary.  Office hours are flexible to accommodate students' hectic course schedules, but generally run 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. when Congress is in session, and 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Interns' will be asked to answer phones, run errands, research legislation for the Member and legislative staff, attend hearings and briefings, and answer constituent letters on various issues before the House. As a result, interns learn about the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office.​<br><br></div>Washington D.C. - Hybrid or Wilmington, DE - Hybridhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=17
DAASV Logo.pngDelaware Alliance Against Sexual Violence - Communications Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/DAASV Logo.png<p>The mission of the Delaware Alliance Against Sexual Violence is to address sexual violence in Delaware by creating an inclusive community that supports survivors through advocacy, intervention, and awareness. . <br></p><p>DAASV is desirous of an intern that can take the lead with helping to enhance DAASV's social media presence. The intern will also have opportunities to participate in program and training development for DAASV's membership, working with under-resourced populations, and conduct outreach activities throughout Delaware. ​​ <br></p><p>​*DAASV is in the process of implementing a COVID vaccination policy for employees and interns. Proof of COVID vaccination required for hybrid internship. <br><br></p>Delaware - Hybrid or Fully Remotehttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=16
DCADV-logo-lrg.jpgDelaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence - Policy Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/DCADV-logo-lrg.jpg<p>​The Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a statewide, nonprofit organization and coalition of organizations, groups and individuals that strive to promote conditions that prevent and eliminate domestic violence by educating its members and community partners; providing informational resources to the community; and advocating as a strong, unified voice for victims/survivors of domestic violence, children who are affected, domestic violence programs and victim service providers.<br><br></p><div>​DCADV seeks a policy intern interested in working on a dynamic team of advocates that focus on policies in Delaware that advance violence prevention and mprove services and support to those directly impacted by domestic violence. This internship offers a unique opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of this particular social issue and how the movement to end DV has advocated for survivors through the decades. Interns will work with DCADV Policy staff responsible for policy development and advocacy. The position will be asked to engage in review of best practices nationally, examine legislative efforts in other states, and help develop reference materials to share with community partners. <br></div><div><br><br></div><p><br><br></p>Delaware - Virtual or In-personhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=26
DE-Attorney-General-Seal-new-dec-2014-300x300.jpgOffice of Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings​ - Policy Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/DE-Attorney-General-Seal-new-dec-2014-300x300.jpg<div>The Delaware Department of Justice (DOJ), with a staff of over 500 individuals and led by Attorney General Kathy Jennings, has broad responsibility to combat crime, safeguard families, fight fraud, and protect consumers.  The Delaware Department of Justice is organized into five separate divisions: Criminal, Civil, Family, Fraud & Consumer Protection, and the Division of Civil Rights and Public Trust. Attorney General Jennings serves as the State’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer, and also serves as a leading voice in criminal justice reform both within Delaware and nationally, including as co-chair of the Criminal Law Committee for the National Association of Attorneys General. </div><div>Given the Office’s broad mandate within the State of Delaware and its national profile, there is significant focus on public policy.  This internship will offer a unique opportunity for a student to work with individuals within the Delaware DOJ who are responsible for development of state and national public policy.  It is expected that the internship will involve research and coordination of best practices nationally, with an emphasis on criminal law, criminal justice reform, and fighting fraud.  <br></div><p><br></p><p></p><p>Interns will be asked to research state and national public policy with an emphasis on criminal law, criminal justice reform, protecting consumers and fighting fraud. Interns may be asked to prepare briefing memos on policy, to attend meetings with constituents and stakeholders, to research Delaware's General Assembly and other duties as assigned. ​<br></p>Delaware - In-personhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=21
DLLG-Logo-Final.pngDelaware League of Local Governments - Policy or Communications Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/DLLG-Logo-Final.png<p>​<span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">Established in 1963, the Delaware League of Local Governments (DLLG) is a nonpartisan, non-profit, statewide organization. DLLG’s mission is to be a unified voice for Delaware’s local governments (cities, towns, and counties). We strive to be a dynamic resource for local government advocacy, education, engagement, and best practices. DLLG proactively represents local governments to help sustain highly livable, desirable, and vibrant communities. Local leaders come together for one common purpose — to improve everyday life for all Delawareans. Member services/programs:</span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">- Energetically connect ideas, people, and partners;</span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">- Actively serve members with training, education, and resources;</span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">- Serve as a clearinghouse for important governmental and community-oriented information;</span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">- Develop a strong, collective voice to advocate for Delaware’s local governments.</span><br><br></p><p>​<span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">The Delaware League of Local Governments (DLLG) is seeking a Policy and Communications Intern to work directly with DLLG’s Executive Director. This project will benefit the mission, goals, and impact of the League in serving member localities across Delaware. The work may involve compiling and summarizing legislative issues and bills impacting Delaware local governments; attending and facilitating DLLG Executive Committee and Legislative Advocacy Committee meetings; researching a topic of importance to Delaware local governments; planning and facilitating DLLG Dinner Meeting(s); and preparing outreach and engagement materials via DLLG’s monthly “Link” E-newsletter, legislative updates, website, and social media (LinkedIn) platform. The intern will learn online design and publishing tools and E-Marketing Platforms (e.g., Canva, Adobe Spark, Mailchimp, and Eventbrite). The intern is invited to bring his/her research and analytical skills, interest and background (if any) in local or state government and public policy, and fresh perspective to creating impact through DLLG’s programs and services.</span><br><br></p><p>*Reliable transportation to travel to/from DLLG's office in Camden, DE and/or Legislative Hall in Dover.​<br></p>Delaware - Hyrbridhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=29
HRC.pngHuman Rights Campaign - Policy & Government Affairs Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/HRC.png<div>The Human Rights Campaign is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve LGBTQ+ equality. By inspiring and engaging individuals and communities, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBTQ+ people and realize a world that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.</div><div><br></div><div>The Human Rights Campaign envisions a world where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people plus community members who use different language to describe identity are ensured equality and embraced as full members of society at home, at work and in every community.​​<br></div><div><div>-Play an active role in the nation's largest LGBTQ+ equality organization</div><div>-Gain valuable professional skills while developing your voice as an LGBTQ+ advocate and leader.</div><div>-Find your role in program areas, ranging from political to development, communications to education.</div><div>-Connect with some of the foremost LGBTQ+ and allied leaders through educational brown bag seminars and other events.​<br></div><div><br></div><div>*Intern must complete and pass a background check.​<br></div><br></div><p></p>Washington D.C. - In-person or Remotehttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=8
Office of the Governor Seal_Email.pngOffice of Governor John Carney - Policy Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Office of the Governor Seal_Email.png<div>​Born in Wilmington and raised in Claymont, Governor John Carney has been working for the Delaware people for more than 30 years. Governor Carney took office as Delaware’s 74th Governor in January 2017, focused on making Delaware’s economy more competitive, preparing Delaware’s children to succeed, and building a long-term sustainable financial plan for the State of Delaware. Working with Delawareans across the state, and with members of the General Assembly, he has made progress on each of those priorities. Governor Carney has directed new resources to high-needs schools, partnered with the private sector to drive new job creation, and taken steps to lower healthcare costs for Delaware families, businesses, and taxpayers.<br></div><div><br></div><div>Governor Carney began his second term Governor on January 19, 2021. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, Governor Carney has attempted to balance the need for a healthy community with the need for a strong economy. Working with Delawareans, our communities, and Members of the General Assembly, Governor Carney remains focused on beating COVID-19, rebuilding our economy, making sure all Delaware children have an opportunity to succeed, and recommitting to a long-term sustainable financial plan for the State of Delaware.<br></div><p>​Governor John Carney’s office offers part-time internships throughout the fall, winter, spring, and summer semesters for college students. Interns will have the opportunity to learn more about the policy making process, and assist with research and briefing memos. Interns also will be asked to monitor news outlets, assist with constituent communications, and generally support the Governor’s staff. Internships may qualify for course credit. Interns should plan to schedule around 20 hours per week for this internship.<br></p><p><br></p><p>*Reliable transportation to be able to attend events across the state as needed.​<br></p>Delaware - In-personhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=28
TMF_Apparel_Assets_01_CircleBadge_Gold.pngTravis Manion Foundationhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/TMF_Apparel_Assets_01_CircleBadge_Gold.png<p>The​ Travis Manion Foundation empowers veterans and families of fallen heroes to develop character in future generations.<br></p><p>​The intern will be required to work at our office in Doylestown, PA.  The intern will be working alongside our administrative staff.  There will be opportunities to work on an ongoing database project, assist with our various Travis Manion Foundation events and general clerical tasks.​<br></p>Doylestown, PA - In-personhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=30
US_Conference_Mayors_Logo.pngUS Conference of Mayors - Policy Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/US_Conference_Mayors_Logo.png<p>The United States Conference of Mayors is the official non-partisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. There are over 1,400 such cities in the country today. Each city is represented in the Conference by its chief elected official, the mayor.  The Conference serves as the leading advocacy group for cities. Mayors contribute to the development of national urban policy by serving on one or more of the conference’s standing committees. Cities are invited to share best practices on how they tackled challenges in a variety of issue areas. These are collected and showcased in various reports, surveys, forums, and on our website.<br></p><p>​Interns will work with USCM staff on an issue of interest to student. This could be a particular urban policy or best practice. Interns will also assist USCM staff in preparation for annual meeting.​<br></p>Remotehttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=22
WAA_LOGO_HORZ_RGB.jpgDelaware Office of Women's Advancement & Advocacy - Policy Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/WAA_LOGO_HORZ_RGB.jpg<p>​<span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">The Office of Women's Advancement and Advocacy (OWAA) is responsible for overseeing the State's women's right work, including leading the ongoing implementation of women's rights legislation, evaluating current women's rights legislation, building support for new legislation, and advising the Governor's Office, the Legislature and the Secretary of the Department of Human Resources. The office will review and report on the status of women in the State as well as provide information on the status of women to the public, state agencies, the General Assembly, the Judiciary, organizations, businesses and institutions, when necessary. The Office of Women's Advancement and Advocacy also oversees the Delaware Commission for Women, Delaware Women's Hall of Fame Committee, and the Delaware Women's Workforce Council.</span><br><br></p><div>​The OWAA Policy Intern will primarily focus on researching and drafting a memo of policy and program ideas to address the needs of women and girls in Delaware. Since OWAA approaches “women’s issues” in a broad and intersectional way, this memo will include a wide range of issues, including health, education and economic security. And since OWAA is housed within the Department of Human Resources, this memo will also include ideas for addressing the needs of women within the state workforce.  <br></div><div><ul><li>​Assess and analyze any gaps in the policy and program landscape for Delaware women and girls. </li><li>Identify new and emerging policies and programs to improve the lives of Delaware women and girls.</li><li>Draft a persuasive and well-research policy memo of policy and program ideas for consideration.  </li><li>Represent OWAA at offsite meetings and events, take notes, and report back. </li><li>Assisting with the staffing of OWAA events. </li></ul></div><div><br><br></div><p>​<br><br></p>Delaware - Hybridhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=27
Rise Justice Labs logo.pngRise Up Inc. - Policy Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Rise Justice Labs logo.png<p>Rise is a civil rights accelerator that empowers everyday citizens to pen their own rights into existence. Rise holds America’s record for being the most efficient social movement in modern U.S. history by unanimously passing 42 laws impacting over 97.2 million people. Rise is led by Amanda Nguyen, a 2019 Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Harvard graduate, Forbes Under 30 honoree, TIME 2022 Woman of the Year, and Marie Claire’s Woman of the Year recipient who penned her own civil rights into existence at age 24 by creating and passing the Sexual Assault Survivors' Bill of Rights. Learn more and join the movement at www.risenow.us.​<br></p><div>Rise seeks qualified students to join the Rise Internship Program. Interns will get direct experience in writing bills, passing laws, negotiating United Nations resolutions, and building a social movement, i.e. combatting AAPI hate crimes. Past intern classes have organized and attended NASA rocket launches, conducted and prepared United States Congressional hearings, and travelled abroad to coalition build for the United Nations portfolio. Interns aid in Rise’s legislative campaigns around the country and world.</div><div><br></div><div>Duties and Responsibilities</div><div><ul><li>Support the efforts of Rise in its various State, Federal and Global efforts however necessary</li><li>Support the efforts of other Rise campaigns however necessary</li><li>Assist in researching, developing, editing, and reviewing internal documents and briefing materials, including informational memos</li><li>Provide direct support to senior staff in media events, including research, briefings and staffing</li><li>Complete additional projects and other duties as assigned</li><li>Change the world​​</li></ul></div><p><br></p>Remotehttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=10
UDMonogram-lockups_BidenInst_blue landscape.jpgBiden Institute and Leo T. McCarthy Center Equity Internhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/UDMonogram-lockups_BidenInst_blue landscape.jpg<p>​The Equity Interns program is a collaboration between the University of Delaware’s Biden Institute, the University of San Francisco’s Leo T. McCarthy Center and the YMCA of San Francisco to reduce the achievement gap and prevent COVID-19 learning loss in under-resourced communities. <br><br></p><p>In addition to the paid internship, interns will be provided with transportation to and housing in San Francisco​<br></p><div>The Equity Interns will enhance young students’ overall development, academic performance, and graduation rates by supporting Powers Scholars Academy teachers and staff and engaging children and their families while inspiring them to become life- long academic achievers. <br></div><div><br></div><div>The Equity Interns program envisions supporting young students in three areas of high need:</div><div><br></div><div><ol><li>Ensuring continuous and attentive student participation and access to virtual activities through increased adult-to-student high- touch engagement; </li><li>Role modeling and connecting children with personal experience and impact stories to help young students envision their paths to college, careers and future civic engagement; and </li><li>Connecting with families and caretakers to ensure young students have the access, resources, and support they need for every scholar to be successful. </li></ol></div><p><br></p>San Francisco, CA - in-personhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=31
GAB-LOGOsquareFLUSHLEFT.pngOffice of New York City Council Member Gale A. Brewer (D-6)https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/GAB-LOGOsquareFLUSHLEFT.png<p>​<span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">Gale A. Brewer represents the 6th Council District, encompassing most of the Upper West Side up to 108th Street west of Broadway, a part of Clinton and all of Central Park. She served as Manhattan Borough President from 2014 to 2021 where she passed legislation to reform the deed restriction process, add caregivers to the City’s anti-discrimination law, and remove criminal history questions from initial employment applications. She also spearheaded community pre-planning working groups in the South Street Seaport, East Midtown, the Garment Center, Inwood, NoHo/SoHo, and East Harlem neighborhoods.</span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"> </span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">Council Member Brewer also represented the 6th Council District from 2002-2013, where she chaired the Council’s Technology Committee, the Government Operations Committee and the General Welfare Committee. Her legislative accomplishments include laws guaranteeing paid sick leave, requiring all City data be published online, and protecting domestic workers from abusive practices.</span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"> </span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">She currently chairs the Oversight and Investigations Committee and sits on the Consumer and Worker Protection, Finance, Governmental Operations, Higher Education, Rules, Privileges and Elections committees.</span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">The NYC Council is comprised of 51 members, with a first-time majority of 31 women, and a total majority of people of color. With a new City Council and new Mayor, there is a lot of excitement and interest in the policies that the City Council is proposing.</span><br><br></p><p>​<span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">This internship will offer a unique opportunity for a student to work within the NYC Council and learn about the legislative process, budgeting, and constituent services. Interns will be expected to conduct research and prepare briefing papers on key policy issues, take notes on meetings and hearings, prepare memos on stakeholders, and assist District Office staff with constituent services and district needs. Interns are welcome to join the Council Member at high-level meetings, to testify on behalf of the office, and to attend government and social events at different venues. </span><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><br style="box-sizing:border-box;color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:-apple-system, system-ui, blinkmacsystemfont, "segoe ui", roboto, oxygen-sans, ubuntu, cantarell, "helvetica neue", sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol", sans-serif;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:#ffffff;">This internship will be hybrid, with the intern working both in person and remotely. </span>​<br></p>New York City - Hybridhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=32
WHA-Final-Logo-Full_FullColor-Light-1.pngWorking Hero Action for the Living Wage Act (Yes on the California Living Wage Act)https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/WHA-Final-Logo-Full_FullColor-Light-1.png<p>​We are a ballot measure that will be on the California November 22 ballot giving voters an opportunity to raise the minimum wage to $18 per hour by 2025. California workers badly need a raise with the rising cost of living and many people working fulltime to support families but unable to meet life’s basic needs.<br><br></p><p>​This intern will become a core part of our small and nimble Living Wage Act team. Responsibilities will vary based on campaign needs and intern skills and interests, but will include community outreach, supporting our political coalition work, helping with communications and social media, and some administrative duties. Responsibility will increase over time based on intern performance, with opportunities to be a core part of an exciting, fast-moving team.​<br></p>Californiahttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=33
COR_Logo (2).pngCity of Richmond, Virginiahttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/COR_Logo (2).png<p>​The City of Richmond is dedicated to delivering quality professional public services to all residents in the Richmond community and the region while ensuring high value, transparency, and quality results.<br><br></p><div>​The Office of Strategic Communications and Civic Engagement is the inaugural communications office in the city of Richmond.  We are dedicated to elevating positive narratives about Richmond both internally and externally.  The Office is also working with our community to fully engage them in intentional conversations about how we grow, develop, and elevate stories that have gone unnoticed and untold in the past.<br></div><div><br></div><div>The intern will help populate stories through interviews and research, and assist with writing and storytelling while learning about the Richmond City government and the nuances of the Virginia government.  The internship can be virtual but we will have an in-office guide for daily guidance and work.<br></div><p><br><br></p>Richmond, VA - in-person or virtualhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=34
CC logo.pngCleanCapitalhttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/CC logo.png<p>​CleanCapital is a diversified clean energy investment platform. We deploy a unique approach—underpinned by industry-leading technology—to make attractive investments in distributed generation solar and energy storage. In just over four years, CleanCapital has become one of the leading owner-operators of commercial & industrial (C&I) solar in the U.S. CleanCapital was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in New York City. <br><br></p><p>​</p><div>CleanCapital is seeking a marketing intern to support the company’s growing brand. The intern will primarily be responsible for helping to plan, develop, and promote CleanCapital’s podcast, titled ‘Experts Only.’ The podcast, now four years old with almost 100 recorded episodes, is a bi-weekly conversation with an industry leader at the intersection of clean energy, innovation, and finance. Each episode attracts nearly 1,000 listeners. </div><div><br></div><div>The intern’s responsibilities will include: </div><div>- Assist with planning the podcast recording and release schedule - Reviewing interview pitches </div><div>- Contribute to interview preparation for Jon Powers, CleanCapital President & Co-Founder, and host of Experts Only. </div><div>- Tasks will include researching each guest and developing a short bio, along with interview topics and questions as a prep doc for Jon </div><div>- Assist with podcast editing, transcription, and posting </div><div>- Plan, develop, and schedule social media promotion of each episode - Review older posts and tag them by topic so listeners can do a search for episodes by topic </div><div><br></div><div>In addition to the podcast-related tasks above, the intern will be exposed to all aspects of CleanCapital’s marketing efforts, and may assist in other areas as needed or requested -- based on his or her interest. ​<br></div><p><br><br></p>Buffalo, NY - Hybrid (intern will work remotely with 1-2 paid trips to the Buffalo office)https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/SummerFellows/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=35

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