The Brookings Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students from all backgrounds the chance to explore and develop their careers as well as acquire new skills.
The internship program’s goal is to give students and recent graduates pre-professional, worthwhile, and useful work experience associated with their area of study or career interest. Interns may collaborate with Brookings staff in the following research fields: economic studies, foreign policy, governance studies, global economy and development, and metropolitan policy. Additionally, Brookings gives students the chance to work as interns in divisions like communications, human resources, and central operations management.
Interns will have the chance to go to internal gatherings, neighborhood think tank events, workshops for professional development, and open Brookings events. Additionally, interns can play on Brookings sports teams and connect with other interns across the entire organization.
Paid, academic for credit, and sponsored internships are the three types of internships that Brookings offers. Internships are offered during the Summer, Fall and Spring semesters. Internships are usually 10-12 weeks and located in Washington DC.
To ensure that there is a deliberate learning program built into the experience, Brookings has partnered with a number of colleges, universities, and outside sponsors to provide students with academic credit or funding for unpaid internships.
Send an email to [email protected] if your college, university, or organization is interested in offering academic credit or funding through outside sponsorships as part of our internship program. edu.
All applications must be submitted online by the application deadline. Please refer to the details about the timetable and deadlines below.
The organization Brookings is dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. No matter a person’s race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic, we encourage them to apply. To learn more, see our Statement on Diversity and Inclusion.
Are you ready to make an impact?
We are looking for individuals who share Brookings’ enthusiasm and dedication to enhancing the world we live in. Brookings is a diverse community of committed professionals who address society’s most pressing issues, from scholars to staff assistants, fundraisers to facility staff, early-career professionals to executives.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
We aim for a workforce that represents a diversity of thought, experience, and personal background in order to produce high-quality research that informs creative, useful policy recommendations. The relevance and substance of our work are improved by diversity, and it also makes it easier for us to uphold our guiding principles of impact, independence, and quality.
Brookings provides a diverse and welcoming workplace that values the contributions of all employees and works to hold ourselves accountable whenever and wherever we can do better. This is accomplished through fair and transparent business practices, clear communication, mutual respect, and a collaborative environment.
What can we offer you?
The generous benefits package offered by Brookings includes flexible work schedules that support the advantages of shorter commutes, improved work-life balance, and higher productivity.
The majority of Brookings positions are hybrid, allowing for at least two days per week of remote work in addition to regular in-person attendance at our Washington, DC, office. Only a few positions are full-time on-site or qualify for more extensive remote work.
Want To learn? grow? connect?
We provide many opportunities for employees to connect and engage with others within the Brookings community through our trainings, events, networking groups, staff-speaker series, and many other professional development activities because we are dedicated to a work culture of learning and development.
David M. Rubenstein Fellowship Program
By enlisting the next generation of rising stars and innovative thinkers to support our mission of improving governance in the US and around the world, Brookings hopes to diversify our scholarly community.
Please take note that the Rubenstein Fellowship program is not currently accepting applications.
HANDS ON LEARNING FOR STUDENTS
The dynamic internship program at Brookings gives students the chance to gain valuable pre-professional experience at one of the top think tanks in the country.