Internship Program


A chance to help change the conversation.

Convergence Center for Policy Resolution offers full- and part-time internships on a rolling basis for undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates who are interested in gaining practical experience in consensus building and public policy. Interns are expected to visibly advance Convergence’s mission by providing substantive and administrative support to the organization.

Convergence welcomes interns in the fall, spring and summer. Click on the links below for our current opportunities.

Learning and Evaluation Internship
Communications Internship
Health Care Reform Internship

Applicant qualifications:

  • Strong academic standing (3.5 average GPA or higher)
  • An academic/professional background relevant to the project they wish to support at Convergence
  • Excellent research, writing and note-taking skills with an attention to detail
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and under deadlines
  • Experience working with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Apps and social media preferred

Interns are paid $13.25/hr and are not eligible for any other benefits.

Applications for our internships are typically reviewed on a rolling basis based on the following schedule:

Fall 2018: July 16th – August 31st
Spring 2019: October 15th – November 30th
Summer 2019: March 15th – April 30th

To see what past interns have to say about their time at Convergence, read their testimonials here.

In addition to working on their project teams, interns participate in an engaging intern program that provides professional development opportunities as well as the chance to explore DC. Click Summer 2018 Convergence Internship Program for program details.

Convergence Center for Policy Resolution is an equal opportunity employer. Hiring decisions are made without consideration of race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, political affiliation or belief, or any other factor that employers are prohibited by law from considering.