Tuesday, December 29, 2009

INTERN, Public Policy Department, ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership, Washington, DC

INTERN, Public Policy Department, ASAE & The Center for
Association Leadership, Washington, DC


Support the programs and activities and overall administration of the
Public Policy Division on an as-needed basis. Public Policy activities
include: lobbying, grassroots, awards administration, political action
committee, public affairs, and issues management.
Position may require representing the Public Policy Division at various
meetings, conferences, or other programs, including but not limited to
hearings and meetings on Capitol Hill, coalition meetings, and internal
Help with pre-conference planning and on-site staffing of several
GR-specific symposia.
Writing, editing, updating, reviewing and suggesting ideas for various
websites/webpages pertaining to the Public Policy department (i.e.
PowerofA.org, ASAEPAC.org, and other singular webpages).
Provide project/program status reports on regular basis to staff of the
Public Policy Division, and to other members of staff as required.
Coordinating mailings (both usps and electronic)
Participate in special projects/assignments as necessary – other duties
as assigned.


Superior written and oral communication skills.
Ability to work on multiple projects and in a deadline-oriented
Strong interpersonal skills, as well as ability to work independently.
Must have sharp eye for quality control and consistency in messaging and
written materials.
Must be team player committed to constant improvement and creative
approaches to working in new situations.
Must display good judgment, and exhibit strong customer-service


Undergraduate work in public policy, public relations, or related
discipline preferred. Also, interest in public policy, government and
political affairs preferred.

Must be in conjunction with Class Credit.

Please send a cover letter, resume and a writing sample to:
clochiatto@asaenet.org or fax to: 202.371.1673
by JANUARY 31, 2010.

No comments:

Post a Comment