Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC)posted six 2016 summer internships projects earlier this year, and the application deadline is coming up: February 8th. All projects are fulltime, based in San Francisco, and paid ($17.50/hour).
- Project 1: English as a Second Language in California Community Colleges(Olga Rodriguez, Laura Hill)
- Project 2: Absenteeism, Truancy, and the Schools-to-Prisons Pipeline(Joe Hayes)
- Project 3: Regional Health Care Workforce Needs for California’s Senior Population(Laurel Beck)
- Project 4: Math Placement Policies in California’s K-12 Schools(Niu Gao, Sara Adan)
- Project 5: Preparing for Water Scarcity: Learning from California’s Recent Drought(Ellen Hanak, Jeff Mount, Alvar Escriva-Bou)
- Project 6: Financing Special Education in California(Laura Hill, Patrick Murphy, Paul Warren)
Detailed descriptions and application instructions can also be reached via PPIC’s employment page.
In all our recruitment efforts, we aim to build strong applicant pools that include applicants from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. Key elements in the consideration of qualified candidates include excellence; diversity of talents, backgrounds, and viewpoints; and a strong fit with PPIC’s mission and goals.