The Natural Resources Defense Council  will be hiring a Legislative Intern for the spring and summer of 2010.
NRDC's Legislative Program is accepting applications for unpaid internship positions for the spring and summer of 2010. The Legislative Intern works directly with program and advocacy staff tracking legislation, distributing materials to congressional staff, conducting research and helping draft advocacy documents, attending briefings and hearings on timely environmental issues, and working with coalitions of national environmental organizations, as well as other duties that may arise in this active work environment. Interning at NRDC's Washington office offers unique exposure to Congress at an organization with a long track record of successful participation in natural resources policy.
Candidates for this internship should be an advanced undergraduate or attending graduate school and be available to work at least four days per week; however we can be flexible if need be. This is a non-paying internship.
Applicants should send resume or C.V., a cover letter and a writing sample to:
Natural Resources Defense Council
1200 New York Ave. NW; Suite 400
Washington DC, 20005
Fax: 202-289-1060 or www.nrdc.org/jobs