apply for an internship
Join The Center for Water Security and Cooperation for a Fall, Spring, or Summer internship.
For more information, take a look below at our Application Guidelines.
Jordan is a graduate student at the Texas A&M Bush School of Public Policy. She is currently working on developing a list of targets and indicators for achieving water security as well as exploring the Waters of the United States Rule.
Josh is a second-year law student at The George Washington University Law School. He is drafting a report on the groundwater laws governing the Chesapeake Bay Basin and is writing an article on Indian Water Rights.
Steven is a graduate student at the Texas A&M Bush School of Public Policy. He is examining the water-energy nexus and cities' energy needs in providing water services.
Sydney is a first-year law student at The George Washington University Law School. She is drafting comments on the scope of the Army Corps' authority over municipal water supply and exploring the Waters of the United States Rule.
Jessica is a second-year law student at the Washington College of Law. She is evaluating the impact of law on the affordability of drinking water and sewer services and preparing comments to California's proposed low-income assistance program for water.
APPLY FOR AN INTERNSHIP
Internships are an exciting opportunity to explore issues of water security, water law, and water governance as well as attend exciting seminars in D.C.
Please submit the following materials for consideration:
List of 3 References
Short Writing Sample
Fall Semester: August 15th
Spring Semester: December 15th
Summer: May 1st
Submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org