Code.org State Policy Remote Internship
The Code.org State Policy Remote Internship is available to students who are pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree in public policy, public administration, political science, education, or a related field. To be considered for this internship, you should have strong quantitative, technology, and communication skills and be a U.S. citizen/permanent resident. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in education or public policy. As an intern, you will support state-by-state advocacy efforts to expand K-12 access to computer science education. In this role, you will gain a deep understanding of state policy and will broaden your networks in education policy. In addition to performing clerical duties to support the team (e.g., creating slides, providing meeting and event support, cleaning data), you will research state education policy and synthesize information for the government affairs team, perform data analysis, and help execute our state policy agenda. Typical projects include compiling and analyzing data from national sources, with a particular emphasis on student enrollment and demographic data. This internship is offered remotely with the option to work in person in Seattle, WA, and runs for six months beginning in January.