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2023 Summer Intern, Public Policy (Undergraduate)
ICF is hiring an intern to contribute to our area of business that focuses on the review and analysis of public comments on highly scrutinized and often controversial public policy topics. Public Comment interns will support major federal rulemaking efforts by processing and analyzing comment submissions and preparing written technical support documentation. Topical areas within the Public Comment area of business include public health, energy, environment, labor, transportation, technology, and social and economic policy.
This internship opportunity is available to current undergraduate level students. Interns will work on a variety of projects and with a wide range of staff.
As a Public Policy Intern you will:
Read and analyze public comment submissions and assign comments to topical categories
Assist in processing comments and identifying mass mail campaigns
Provide verbal and written progress updates to project staff
Prepare written technical documentation
As a Public Policy Intern you will have:
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Excellent written and oral communications skills
Strong organizational and time management skills
Ability to work under deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Strong analytical skills
Currently enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program with two years coursework completed
Working at ICF
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