PELL EDUCATION POLICY INTERNSHIP
The Pell Institute Education Research & Policy Internship program is a non-paid research experience that offers graduate students the opportunity to develop or refine research skills and cultivate an understanding of the nexus between education research, public policy, and educational practice. The internship can be 4, 8, or 12 weeks and is open to students who are interested in gaining research experience in the higher education policy arena. Interns should be highly motivated, organized, and able to work well independently. Interns may work closely with researchers at the Pell Institute, and, on occasion, assist Council for Opportunity in Education (COE) staff. Primary responsibilities will include conducting research for literature reviews and collecting and analyzing data for current projects. The internship experiences are crafted around interns' skills and interests. The types of education research and policy analysis the Pell Institute is or has engaged include but are not limited to:
How to Apply
We accept applications throughout the year, but internships are only offered to qualified applicants on an as needed basis. To apply, please submit a complete application (.pdf), resume (curriculum vitae), and the names, titles, addresses, and contact information for 2 professional or academic references. All applications should include a cover letter (not to exceed two pages) describing your interest in the internship, background and experiences, research focus and interests, and future professional goals. All applications should be submitted to Dr. Terry Vaughan III via e-mail (email@example.com) or postal mail to the following address (1025 Vermont Avenue, N.W., Suite 1020, Washington, D.C. 20005). Applications are reviewed upon submission. Only complete applications will be reviewed.
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