Our undergraduate interns and graduate fellows play a significant role in our projects and campaigns, and we take our mentorship and commitment to our students after they finish our program very seriously. Responsibilities will involve research for policy papers and memos, preparation for district meetings, help with press work, data collection and development, and some administrative duties. Special attention will be paid toward assisting students with academic credit, and we can work with students and their academic programs to turn intern projects into independent studies or possibly honors theses.
There are two types of opportunities:
(1) Full-time undergraduate internships and graduate fellowships in our Arlington, VA office.
(2) Part-time undergraduate internships and graduate fellowships, which can be completed remotely while in school.
Eleison Group accepts applicants for the fall, spring, and summer on a rolling basis. All internships and fellowships offered will be split between Eleison Group and one of our major clients, the American Values Network.
A competitive applicant will already have an understanding of the diverse religious landscape in the United States, be passionate about electoral politics and issue advocacy, possess exemplary research, writing, and analytical skills, be a creative and compassionate thinker, and have the ability to work independently and be self-motivated.