The Hamilton Project is an economic policy initiative at the Brookings Institution in DC. The Project produces research and policy proposals on how to create a growing economy that benefits more Americans (you can find more information on the website at www.hamiltonproject.org).
We are currently seeking motivated, energetic students–preferably rising juniors or seniors–to serve as full-time or part-time interns for academic credit and a small stipend. Applicants should be pursing an undergraduate degree in economics or in a related field like mathematics, statistics, political science or international relations and should have strong writing and analytical skills. Successful applicants will have taken introductory microeconomics and macroeconomics; coursework in statistics or econometrics is highly recommended. The full internship description can be found here.
Hamilton Project interns gain exposure to a broad set of policy topics while developing their analytical thinking and writing skills. This is a great opportunity for students interested in applying their skills to the federal policy arena.