Career Opportunities  
  The Brandeis Center is always interested in reviewing candidates for various positions, including civil rights attorneys, fellows, clerks or interns.  Unfortunately, due to the volume of inquiries, LDB generally cannot respond to candidates who are not selected for interviews.  LDB is an equal opportunity employer.
 

Interns

Location: Washington, D.C.  Telework available for Interns to work from alternative locations.

Term: Internships available for Summer, Fall semester, or Spring semester.  Arrangements can be made for students on quarterly systems.

Principal duties:  Working directly under the supervision of the Brandeis Center’s President, Interns’ duties are likely to include some combination of the following: drafting press releases, writing blog entries, researching grant opportunities, preparing development memoranda, drafting correspondence, and preparing grant applications.  Some data entry may be required.

Qualifications:  Interest in nonprofit organizations.  Excellent oral and written communications skills.  Experience with Microsoft Word is required and Excel is preferred.  Ability to carry 20 pounds.

Compensation: Position is unpaid.

Application Process and Timing: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.  Please send a resume by electronic mail to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  After resume review, the Brandeis Center may request two writing samples demonstrating writing ability and relevant analytic skills, as well a list of references.  No phone calls or faxes, please.
The Louis D. Brandeis Center, Inc., is an equal employment employer.

 
   
 
 
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Tevi Troy is a Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute, and a writer and consultant on health care and domestic policy.
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