NASDA is seeking an intern for the spring semester, beginning in January and ending in May of 2019. The intern will have the opportunity to represent NASDA at congressional hearings and meetings, manage logistics, conduct research on legislative issues, author news articles and more.
Applicants should be classified as a sophomore or greater by their academic institution and have excellent written and oral communication skills. A basic understanding of the legislative process is preferred but not required. This internship provides a monthly stipend, but housing is not provided. Start and end dates are flexible. The deadline to apply is Friday, Oct. 26, 2019. Please see the internship brochure or contact Elizabeth Rowland if you have any questions.