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Employment and Internship Opportunities For Students


Outreach and Special Projects (FALL 2017)
Eagleton seeks a volunteer intern to assist the manager of outreach and special projects. This position will assist in drafting outreach materials, planning the Institute's public program series, and developing programs including the Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award and the Eagleton Science and Politics Workshop. Students will gain experience in program development, research, and the NJ/US political system, as well as professional writing and communication skills.

Applicants must have strong communication and tech skills. 10-15 hours per week September-December. This is an unpaid volunteer position. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Randi Chmielewski, Manager, Outreach and Special Projects, Eagleton Institute of Politics at randic@eagleton.rutgers.edu.
 
Social Media and Outreach Intern (FALL 2017)
Eagleton seeks a volunteer intern to help manage social media accounts for the Institute as a whole and its Eagleton Center on the American Governor. The position will be responsible for creating social media content, taking photos, drafting e-mail newsletters in Constant Contact, and tracking media coverage of Institute programs and research.

Proficiency with Facebook and Twitter is a must, additional platforms preferred. Prior professional or academic social media management experience preferred but not required.

Flexible schedule, 2-10 hours per week September-December. This is an unpaid volunteer position. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Randi Chmielewski, Manager, Outreach and Special Projects, Eagleton Institute of Politics at randic@eagleton.rutgers.edu.

Center on the American Governor (CAG)
Information about internships at CAG is available on the CAG website.
 
Kitchen/Server (ongoing)
Flexible Hours - No Experience Necessary
$10.00/hr
Contact - Mike Soga 848-932-8086
soga@eagleton.rutgers.edu
 
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There are several opportunities for students to get involved with the work of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, both directly and through its various centers and programs. Most internships are unpaid, but Rutgers students may be able to receive credit, depending on the position. Credit for students from other institutions is also possible, subject to the home school's rules.

Eagleton Institute of Politics

Program internships and other opportunities
Student interns can earn credit for their work with Eagleton's projects. Volunteers and workstudy students also assist Eagleton in its work.
For more information, contact Sarah Kozak at sarah.kozak@rutgers.edu.


Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP)


Information about internships at CAWP is available on the CAWP website.