The Government Honors & Internship Handbook (for law students and graduates) and the Public Policy Handbook (for graduate and undergraduate students interested in public policy analysis and implementation) have been in publication since 2001 and 2005, respectively. The Handbooks provide students and graduates with resources to 475+ government agencies, think tanks, and advocacy groups, offering nearly 2,000 internships/externships, fellowships, and post-graduate positions each year.
Each opportunity is set forth in a detailed Handbook entry, describing the employer’s mission and organizational structure, position description, desired applicant qualifications, deadlines and the application and selection process. Embedded web links connect to the employer’s website, online application portals, etc.
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