Public Service Fellows Internship Program

Monday, October 31, 2016

Applicants must be undergraduates, graduate students, or recent graduates with

  • A commitment to public service;
  • Strong written and oral communication;
  • Analytical thinking; and
  • An ability to work well in teams.

Internship Options

Fellows receive the following compensation:

  • Full time fellows with an undergraduate or graduate degree will receive $1000 per month
  • Full time fellows who are currently undergraduate students will receive $800 per month
  • Part time fellow compensation will be pro-rated accordingly

To Apply
Select one internship option listed above and follow application instructions.

For more information about the Public Service Fellows internship program or for questions about your application, please contact:
Amanda Blatnik, Caleb Campbell, Victoria Eick
Program Coordinators
(202) 775-9111

Communications Officer, Indiana County Football Club

Application Deadline
Friday, October 28, 2016

English Majors and minors with an interest in editing and publishing, sports, and local community organizations and a minimum 3.0 GPA. (*Applicants who do not meet these requirements are also welcome to contact the coordinator with their qualifications.)

Intern will serve as Communications Officer for Indiana County Football Club, a local soccer organization whose mission is to develop, support, and promote organized soccer and to foster local soccer culture for players and coaches of all ages in the Indiana County community. The intern will engage in a variety of activities throughout the semester, including:

  • Creating and serving a Editor in Chief of an ICFC newsletter (including reporting, writing, editing, and layout)
  • Researching and writing press releases on ICFC activities
  • Writing and updating website content
  • Writing and designing various promotional materials, camp brochures, etc.
  • Social media content creation and curation
  • Participation in ICFC board meetings
  • Attendance at ICFC events

The ICFC Intern will be given opportunities to develop and hone the following skills:

  • Professional writing
  • Reporting
  • Editing
  • Design and layout
  • Marketing
  • Social media
  • Networking

Preferred Qualifications

  • Strong writing and editing skills
  • Interest in sports and Indiana community
  • Familiarity with or willingness to learn publishing software
  • Facility with social media
  • Willingness to attend events, conduct interviews, and network

To Apply
Email internship coordinator, Dr. Oriana Gatta (, a 3-5 paragraph explanation of your skills and expertise related to internship duties, objectives, and preferred qualifications listed above.