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The McClure Center values its role in expanding opportunities to get involved in public policy for students — from undergraduates to postdoctoral. The Center also values its role in connecting faculty to opportunities that relate their research to public policy. One way to do this is by linking students and faculty on sabbatical to internships, jobs and research opportunities.

Deadline: Dec. 31, 2019
Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE)
WISE prepares future leaders of the engineering profession who are aware of, and who can contribute to, the increasingly important issues at the intersection of science, technology, and public policy in the United States. Each summer, the WISE societies select outstanding 3rd or 4th year engineering/ computer science students, or students in engineering/ computer science graduate programs, from a nation-wide pool of applicants. The students spend nine (9) weeks living in Washington, D.C., during which they learn how government officials make decisions on complex technological issues, and how engineers can contribute to the legislative process and regulatory public policy decision-making.
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Deadline: Jan. 31, 2020
Native American Congressional Internship Program, Udall Foundation
The Native American Congressional Internship provides American Indian and Alaska Native students with the opportunity to gain practical experience with the federal legislative process in order to understand first-hand the government-to-government relationship between Tribes and the federal government. Interns will learn how they can use this knowledge on behalf of their Tribes. A community of 12 American Indian and Alaska Native college, graduate, and law students will live and work in Washington, D.C. from May 27 to August 1, 2020. Interns have access to a network of American Indian professionals and alumni who work on behalf of tribal nations. Interns are supported with housing, a living allowance, transportation to and from Washington, D.C., and an educational stipend.
Program details and application

Deadline: Feb. 15, 2020 (Fall 2020 Internship)
Congressional Internship Program, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)
During CHCI’s paid summer and semester internships, promising Latino undergraduates experience what it’s like to work in a congressional office or federal agency, while participating in weekly professional and leadership development training.
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Deadline: As soon as possible/rolling
Multiple internships, Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
EESI is a not-for-profit organization established in 1984 by a bipartisan Congressional caucus to provide timely, credible information for policymakers and influential stakeholders, and promote innovative environmental and energy solutions. EESI internships offer invaluable career benefits and opportunities and may also be used for undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate credit. EESI recruits interns throughout the year on a rotating basis. Internship start and end dates are flexible. Internships require a commitment of 25-40 hours per week for a minimum of 10-12 weeks.
Available internships:

Deadline: Rolling
Fellowships and grants, University of Idaho Office of Undergraduate Research
The Office of Undergraduate Research offers a variety of competitive funding resources, including research grants, summer-specific funding and travel grants. 
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Deadlines: Dec. 17, 2019
Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellow
Through its Fellowship Programs, the Ford Foundation seeks to increase the diversity of the nation’s college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students. Predoctoral fellowships will be awarded in a national competition administered by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on behalf of the Ford Foundation. Awards will be made for study in research-based programs, including international relations and political science. 
Additional information.

Deadline: Dec. 31, 2019
Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE)
WISE prepares future leaders of the engineering profession who are aware of, and who can contribute to, the increasingly important issues at the intersection of science, technology, and public policy in the United States. Each summer, the WISE societies select outstanding 3rd or 4th year engineering/ computer science students, or students in engineering/ computer science graduate programs, from a nation-wide pool of applicants. The students spend nine (9) weeks living in Washington, D.C., during which they learn how government officials make decisions on complex technological issues, and how engineers can contribute to the legislative process and regulatory public policy decision-making.
Learn more.  

Deadline, Jan. 3, 2020
Fellowship, Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)
The SRCD is seeking applicants for the U.S. Policy Fellowship Programs for the 2020-2021 academic year. There are two fellowship programs: federal and state. The fellowships provide researchers with immersive opportunities to (1) learn firsthand about policy development, implementation, and evaluation, and (2) use their expertise to inform child and family public policies and programs that support diverse populations. Through these experiences, fellows also learn how to communicate with policymakers and formulate more informed questions for policy-relevant research. All fellowships will run from September 1, 2020 to August 31, 2021. 
Additional details

Deadline: Jan. 5, 2020
Congressional and Executive Branch Policy Fellowships, American Psychological Association (APA)
The APA invites applications for its 2020-2021 Policy Fellowships. Each year, APA places three psychologists in congressional offices and a federal agency in Washington, D.C. These APA Policy Fellowships provide a unique opportunity to bring valuable and much-needed psychological perspectives to federal policymaking institutions. The APA Congressional Fellowship places a psychologist for one year on Capitol Hill working as a special legislative assistant in a U.S. House or Senate office. Congressional Fellows bring their psychological expertise to bear on a diverse range of policymaking activities, such as drafting legislation, writing speeches, meeting with constituents and outside groups, and conducting background research. Psychologists who have experience working directly with children may also indicate that they wish to be considered for a second congressional position, the Jacquelin Goldman Congressional Fellowship. The APA Executive Branch Science Fellowship places a psychological scientist as a special assistant in a federal agency working on issues ranging from science policy to research administration. The year-long placement is tailored to the individual fellow’s interest and expertise. Past placements have included the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Justice and U.S. Agency for International Development.
More information.

Deadline: Jan. 31, 2020
Native American Congressional Internship Program, Udall Foundation
The Native American Congressional Internship provides American Indian and Alaska Native students with the opportunity to gain practical experience with the federal legislative process in order to understand first-hand the government-to-government relationship between Tribes and the federal government. Interns will learn how they can use this knowledge on behalf of their Tribes. A community of 12 American Indian and Alaska Native college, graduate, and law students will live and work in Washington, D.C. from May 27 to August 1, 2020. Interns have access to a network of American Indian professionals and alumni who work on behalf of tribal nations. Interns are supported with housing, a living allowance, transportation to and from Washington, D.C., and an educational stipend.
Program details and application

Deadline: March 31, 2020
Oregon Summer Fellowship, Portland State University
The 10-week Oregon Summer Fellowship provides paid summer placements with state and local governments and nonprofits around Oregon. The program is designed for currently enrolled graduate students from a variety of public service disciplines who seek a project-oriented, applied learning experience. Ideal candidates will possess a strong record of scholarship and demonstrable interest in public service. In addition, they should have completed at least their first year of advanced degree work prior to starting their 2020 summer assignment. Ideal for those from the Pacific Northwest.
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Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple internships, Uber 
We're looking for PhD intern candidates to join the Policy, Research & Economics team in Summer 2020 (3 months). Our team conducts research that forms the foundation for business decisions and our policy positions and helps policymakers, thought leaders, and the general public gain a better understanding of our platform. We seek candidates with a strong background in economics, transportation research, or other quantitative social sciences. There are three subgroups that are hiring interns: business economics, policy economics, and mobility research.
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible/rolling
Multiple internships, Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
EESI is a not-for-profit organization established in 1984 by a bipartisan Congressional caucus to provide timely, credible information for policymakers and influential stakeholders, and promote innovative environmental and energy solutions. EESI internships offer invaluable career benefits and opportunities and may also be used for undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate credit. EESI recruits interns throughout the year on a rotating basis. Internship start and end dates are flexible. Internships require a commitment of 25-40 hours per week for a minimum of 10-12 weeks.
Available internships:

Deadline: Rolling
Congressional Research Grant, Dirksen Congressional Center
The Dirksen Congressional Center invites applications for grants to fund research on congressional leadership and the U.S. Congress. The Center, named for the late Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen, is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and educational organization devoted to the study of Congress. The Center's first interest is to fund the study of the leadership in the Congress, both House and Senate. Topics could include external factors shaping the exercise of congressional leadership, institutional conditions affecting it, resources and techniques used by leaders, or the prospects for change or continuity in the patterns of leadership. In addition, The Center invites proposals about congressional procedures, such as committee operation or mechanisms for institutional change, and Congress and the electoral process. The Center also encourages proposals that link Congress and congressional leadership with the creation, implementation and oversight of public policy. Proposals must demonstrate that Congress, not the specific policy, is the central research interest.
Additional details.

Deadline: Dec. 15, 2019
Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
The Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship offers younger scholars studying nuclear security issues the opportunity to spend a period of twelve months at CFR’s offices in New York or Washington, D.C., conducting policy-relevant research. While in residence full time at CFR, selected fellows will lead a project of their own design, conduct original research, and write at least one policy-relevant document. Qualified candidates must be postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty in a tenure-track position at a recognized university. Junior faculty at law schools or with a law degree as their terminal degree are also eligible. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and possess a strong record of professional achievement.
Additional details

Deadline: Jan, 17, 2020
Eagleton Science and Politics Fellows, Rutgers University
The Eagleton Science and Politics Fellowship offers Ph.D.-level scientists and engineers the opportunity to apply their training and expertise to the development and implementation of relevant state policy. As full-time science aides in the executive or legislative branch, Science Fellows bring their advanced technical skills to service in New Jersey state government. The Fellowship is one year, and includes intensive orientation training in New Jersey politics and government and professional development trainings and events focused on skills and knowledge that can help scientists be effective in a government setting.
More information.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Postdoctoral Fellow, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech
This serves as an invitation to apply for a two year post-doctoral fellowship to begin Fall 2020. The ideal candidate would have policy-relevant academic research and teaching interests that interface with one of the School’s core programs in Emerging Technologies and International Security or in Global Development. A successful applicant will conduct individual research, participate in relevant outreach activities, collaborate with Nunn School faculty and graduate students to pursue sponsored research programs, and teach one course per semester. The teaching requirements are negotiable and may be reduced by a collaborative research project. Therefore, the search committee strongly encourages applications from those who seek opportunities to collaborate with other parts of Georgia Tech’s campus including the Georgia Tech Research Institute and the science and engineering schools.
Learn more.

Deadline: Rolling
Congressional Research Grant, Dirksen Congressional Center
The Dirksen Congressional Center invites applications for grants to fund research on congressional leadership and the U.S. Congress. The Center, named for the late Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen, is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and educational organization devoted to the study of Congress. The Center's first interest is to fund the study of the leadership in the Congress, both House and Senate. Topics could include external factors shaping the exercise of congressional leadership, institutional conditions affecting it, resources and techniques used by leaders, or the prospects for change or continuity in the patterns of leadership. In addition, The Center invites proposals about congressional procedures, such as committee operation or mechanisms for institutional change, and Congress and the electoral process. The Center also encourages proposals that link Congress and congressional leadership with the creation, implementation and oversight of public policy. Proposals must demonstrate that Congress, not the specific policy, is the central research interest.
Additional details.

Deadline: Dec. 15, 2019
Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
The Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship offers younger scholars studying nuclear security issues the opportunity to spend a period of twelve months at CFR’s offices in New York or Washington, D.C., conducting policy-relevant research. While in residence full time at CFR, selected fellows will lead a project of their own design, conduct original research, and write at least one policy-relevant document. Qualified candidates must be postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty in a tenure-track position at a recognized university. Junior faculty at law schools or with a law degree as their terminal degree are also eligible. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and possess a strong record of professional achievement.
Additional details.

Deadline, Jan. 3, 2020
Fellowship, Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)
The SRCD is seeking applicants for the U.S. Policy Fellowship Programs for the 2020-2021 academic year. There are two fellowship programs: federal and state. The fellowships provide researchers with immersive opportunities to (1) learn firsthand about policy development, implementation, and evaluation, and (2) use their expertise to inform child and family public policies and programs that support diverse populations. Through these experiences, fellows also learn how to communicate with policymakers and formulate more informed questions for policy-relevant research. All fellowships will run from September 1, 2020 to August 31, 2021. 
Additional details

Deadline: Rolling
Congressional Research Grant, Dirksen Congressional Center
The Dirksen Congressional Center invites applications for grants to fund research on congressional leadership and the U.S. Congress. The Center, named for the late Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen, is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and educational organization devoted to the study of Congress. The Center's first interest is to fund the study of the leadership in the Congress, both House and Senate. Topics could include external factors shaping the exercise of congressional leadership, institutional conditions affecting it, resources and techniques used by leaders, or the prospects for change or continuity in the patterns of leadership. In addition, The Center invites proposals about congressional procedures, such as committee operation or mechanisms for institutional change, and Congress and the electoral process. The Center also encourages proposals that link Congress and congressional leadership with the creation, implementation, and oversight of public policy. Proposals must demonstrate that Congress, not the specific policy, is the central research interest.;
Additional details.

Deadline: Dec. 18, 2019
Senior Energy Efficiency Analyst, Public Utilities Commission 
The Energy Division is seeking a Senior Analyst to execute the Commission vision of spurring innovative and effective energy efficiency programs in California. Under the general direction of the Program and Project Supervisor, the Senior Analyst will oversee the IOUs’ solicitations for third-party energy efficiency program administrators. The Senior Analyst will also support policy development and oversee the utilities’ implementation of other groundbreaking initiatives to support state’s energy efficiency goals and track progress toward these goals. 
More information.

Deadline: Jan. 2, 2020
Science Fellows Program Manager, California Council on Science and Technology (CCST)
CCST is a nonpartisan nonprofit created via the California Legislature in 1988 to provide objective advice from California’s leading scientists and research institutions on policy issues involving science. California’s policies are stronger with science, and CCST is uniquely qualified as an expert organization, modeled after the National Academies of Sciences, to convene a statewide network of experts across disciplines and institutions. The Science Fellows Program Manager will manage all aspects of the CCST Policy Fellowship Program by establishing program goals and processes; researching, interpreting and applying program and contract guidelines and requirements; formulating strategies; administrating resources; and continually innovating all aspects of the program. The Program Manager will need to use advanced concepts and organization objectives to resolve complex issues and/or rapidly unfolding events and issues in a constantly changing environment. This position reports directly to the Deputy Director of CCST.
Additional details.

Deadline: Jan. 2, 2020
Senior Program Associate, California Council on Science and Technology (CCST)
CCST is a nonpartisan nonprofit created via the California Legislature in 1988 to provide objective advice from California’s leading scientists and research institutions on policy issues involving science. California’s policies are stronger with science, and CCST is uniquely qualified as an expert organization, modeled after the National Academies of Sciences, to convene a statewide network of experts across disciplines and institutions. The CCST Senior Program Associate will focus on partner engagement and enhance long-lasting, meaningful impact in the California academic and research communities by building and deepening the relationships and strategic partnerships necessary to bring important research and ideas directly from the scientific community to California decision makers. The CCST Senior Program Associate will also manage the performance of key CCST programs and projects including but not limited to updating the CCST Federal Labs Impact Report, coordinating CCST’s annual site visit, and developing and engaging with the CCST Advisory Panel.
More information.

Deadline: Jan. 3, 2020
Tenured Associate or Full Professor in Innovation Policy - School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS), Arizona State University (ASU)
The SFIS seeks an associate or full professor (tenured) with expertise in innovation policy broadly construed, including innovation for local and regional economic development, and innovation for economic and social inclusion. We are particularly interested in candidates who demonstrate intellectual and innovative leadership that cuts across multiple areas of knowledge, expertise and practice, potentially including design, the arts and humanities, and science and engineering. Primary expertise may be in any sector. Candidates should be adept at working within diverse communities to translate knowledge into impact. ASU and SFIS are committed to strengthening innovation in Arizona and beyond through engaged scholarship and informed and responsive policy. The Phoenix metro area is rapidly emerging as a leading center for innovation practices, and both SFIS and the university are participating in local, cutting-edge innovation initiatives. Such initiatives provide a unique environment within which the successful candidate will be able to collaborate and lead novel innovation policy partnerships with local, national and global impact. We specifically expect that the successful candidate will develop and lead a new research center that is focused on creative approaches to innovation policy, and leveraging the unique opportunities afforded by ASU and the surrounding area.
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Deadline: Jan. 5, 2020
Congressional and Executive Branch Policy Fellowships, American Psychological Association (APA)
The APA invites applications for its 2020-2021 Policy Fellowships. Each year, APA places three psychologists in congressional offices and a federal agency in Washington, D.C. These APA Policy Fellowships provide a unique opportunity to bring valuable and much-needed psychological perspectives to federal policymaking institutions. The APA Congressional Fellowship places a psychologist for one year on Capitol Hill working as a special legislative assistant in a U.S. House or Senate office. Congressional Fellows bring their psychological expertise to bear on a diverse range of policymaking activities, such as drafting legislation, writing speeches, meeting with constituents and outside groups, and conducting background research. Psychologists who have experience working directly with children may also indicate that they wish to be considered for a second congressional position, the Jacquelin Goldman Congressional Fellowship. The APA Executive Branch Science Fellowship places a psychological scientist as a special assistant in a federal agency working on issues ranging from science policy to research administration. The year-long placement is tailored to the individual fellow’s interest and expertise. Past placements have included the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Justice and U.S. Agency for International Development.
More information.    

Deadline: Jan. 6, 2020
Supervisory Statistician, U.S. Department of Justice
The Bureau of Justice Statistics of the Department of Justice is the principal federal agency responsible for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating reliable statistics on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, and the operation of justice systems at all levels of government in the U.S. BJS produces official government statistics for government officials (federal, state, local, and tribal), criminal justice practitioners, private organizations, academia, the media, and the general public. The incumbent serves as Deputy Director of the Statistical Operations Division of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, and reports to the BJS director.
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Deadline: Jan. 15, 2020
Director, Consortium of University Public Service Organizations 
CUPSO is seeking a forward-thinking and team-minded Director to provide support and foster connections between university-based public service organizations across the U.S. Organized in 1979, the Consortium of University Public Service Organizations (CUPSO) supports university-based public service organizations in their efforts to assist government, community, nonprofit and business clients on a wide range of complex issues and challenges, from economic and community development to health care and the environment. Members’ training, technical assistance and applied research activities focus on strengthening government leadership, policy making and management. Engaging citizens and promoting collaboration among diverse stakeholders are also core to institute and center activities. Collectively, the organizations in CUPSO assist tens of thousands of state, local, and nonprofit stakeholders each year. 
Additional details.  

Deadline: Jan, 17, 2020
Eagleton Science and Politics Fellows, Rutgers University
The Eagleton Science and Politics Fellowship offers Ph.D.-level scientists and engineers the opportunity to apply their training and expertise to the development and implementation of relevant state policy. As full-time science aides in the executive or legislative branch, Science Fellows bring their advanced technical skills to service in New Jersey state government. The Fellowship is one year, and includes intensive orientation training in New Jersey politics and government and professional development trainings and events focused on skills and knowledge that can help scientists be effective in a government setting.
More information.

Deadline: March 31, 2020
Hatfield Resident Fellowship, Portland State University
The 8-month Hatfield Resident Fellowship targets newly minted Master and Ph.D. graduates who will have earned their degrees by June 30, 2020 and who possess both a strong record of scholarship and demonstrable interest in public service and leadership. The paid residency is an academically rigorous, project-oriented, educational and working experience designed to provide each Fellow with an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills, expand their network, and add to their resume with a public service agency in Oregon. Ideal for those from the Pacific Northwest.
Additional details.  

Deadline: As soon as possible
Assistant Director for Professional Education - Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership, Pepperdine School of Public Policy
The Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy is at the forefront of a movement to engage a wider array of residents in local government decision-making, an essential factor for local democracies facing 21st century challenges. The Assistant Director for Professional Education provides program development and management for all non-degree education opportunities provided to local government and government-adjacent career professionals through the Davenport Institute. As the Davenport Institute seeks to help local governments engage the full diversity of residents in local policy-making, this new position is an opportunity to grow the Institute’s reach and capacity throughout California and beyond. Reporting to and collaborating with the executive director, this position coordinates and expands the Institute’s training offerings, recruits participants for professional certificate offerings, and publicizes webinar and other online professional development opportunities. The Assistant Director also fosters relationships with potential training hosts and strategic partners with an eye to new programming.
More information.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Research Fellow - Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Georgetown University
The Center’s mission is to studying the security impacts of emerging technologies, support academic work in security and technology studies, and deliver nonpartisan analysis to the policy community. The Research Fellow will develop, propose, and lead research projects related to the Center’s mission, both individually and in collaboration with other Research Fellows, Staff Researchers, Research Analysts, Data Scientists, and Center leadership; produce written publications as outputs from research projects, both individually and as a co-author; supervise and mentor Research Analysts to provide research support; and develop and deliver presentations and briefs for policy-making audiences on topics related to emerging technologies, especially artificial intelligence (AI) and computing, and associated policy considerations, among other related duties.
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Deadline: As soon as possible
Federal Relations Senior Associate, American Physical Society (APS)
The American Physical Society's Office of Government Affairs (APS OGA) is looking for an enthusiastic, engaging and results-oriented Federal Relations Senior Associate to help advance APS’s policy priorities on Capitol Hill and with the executive branch. Working with APS OGA leadership, the Senior Associate will be responsible for developing and implementing policy strategies related to key federal science agencies and science policy issues. A typical week may include serving as the point person on a wide range of federal science policy issues, including those related to NSF, NIST and STEM education; working with OGA leadership to develop and implement advocacy strategies that advance the Society's policy priorities; building and maintaining relationships with Congressional and executive branch staff; and representing APS at stakeholder events and meetings in D.C., among other duties. 
More information.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Cooperative Threat Reduction Policy Analyst, ANSER
The Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program Policy Analyst is responsible for providing nonproliferation biological technical and policy analyses and advice to support the development of clear policy and guidance to enable planning, programming, budgeting and execution of the CTR Program. The Senior Analyst promotes cooperation and unity of effort on international engagements and with a variety of Department of Defense and USG partners, including the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Threat Reduction and Arms Control, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Joint Staff, National Security Council, State Department, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Policy Analyst will understand National and Departmental strategies and ensure threat-based analyses and alignment of CTR efforts with strategic priorities. Analyze future threats and trends in emerging technologies and global health security.
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Senior Science Policy Officer, American Psychological Association (APA)
Reporting directly to the Chief Scientific Officer in the science directorate, the incumbent is responsible for advancing psychology as a science and as a means to promote human welfare through interactions with federal policymakers across government. Primary aims are to enhance federal support for psychological science and to promote evidence-based public policy informed by psychological science. Major duties include influencing research policies within research funding agencies to ensure a positive outcome for psychological science; developing and implementing strategies for increasing the share of federal funding dedicated to psychological and behavioral research; increasing the visibility and understanding of psychological science within research funding agencies; ensuring that psychological scientists are represented within the peer review, policymaking, and advisory committee structures; and implementing these strategies by meeting with, providing research for, and representing APA policies to institute and agency directors, program staff, and executive branch policymakers.
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Deadline: As soon as possible
Lead - U.S. Policy & Government Affairs (GPGA), Conservation International (CI)
The Lead for GPGA is a leader for CI, with primary responsibility for the organization’s involvement on influencing the development and implementation of U.S. Government policies (at the national and sub-national levels) important to the achievement of CI’s mission and strategic objectives with an emphasis on nature-based climate solutions, and sustainable seascapes and landscapes. The position reports to CI’s SVP for GPGA and is a leader on the GPGA Team. The Lead will shape and oversee CI’s vision and strategy for important U.S. policies, with emphasis on mobilizing government action and funding as a positive force for nature-based climate solutions, and sustainable seascapes and landscapes. He or she will represent CI with the Congress and Executive Branch, work with the SVP for GPGA on managing policy engagement by members of CI’s Executive Team and Board of Directors, and framing the content of CI communications on policy matters.
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Public Involvement/Conflict Resolution Project Manager, The Langdon Group
The Langdon Group is a conflict resolution and public involvement firm. Our current work centers on collaborative processes and strategic communications in public lands, transportation, water/wastewater, natural resources, environmental public policy, organizational development and infrastructure issues. We primarily work in the western United States. The range of clients we work with includes federal and state agencies, cities and local municipalities, Native American tribes, and private industry. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of J-U-B ENGINEERS, Inc. (a regional engineering firm), we support many planning and engineering projects. We are currently looking to fill two Project Manager positions (Pocatello/Idaho Falls, Idaho and Logan, Utah). The Project Manager position provides an excellent opportunity for a mid-career practitioner with a passion for collaborative work, project management, client relations and business development. They will have ample opportunity to work on a wide variety of complex and diverse projects. The position is highly dynamic and requires an individual that is comfortable with ambiguity, is innovative, and has the initiative to work well on their own and in a team atmosphere. 
Learn more about both positions

Deadline: As soon as possible
Data Analyst, Foreign Service Institute
The Data Analyst will develop, update, and apply data models to generate reports and analysis to inform stakeholders. Major duties and responsibilities include conducting data analysis to answer standard or recurring inquiries and identify trends, correlation, and other relationships in data sets; working across various stakeholders to understand data trends, sources, and analysis goals and connect data to business processes to obtain a deeper understanding of potential considerations and assumptions; creating support materials for analysis projects (assumptions, briefings, handouts, written documents, user guides, etc.); and developing metrics to identify trends in training and other integral data.
Learn more.

Deadline: As soon as possible
National Security Analysis Analyst, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)
Are you passionate about solving complex problems? Do you have experience as an operations analyst in the Department of Defense? Do you want to contribute to work that significantly impacts our country, now and into the future? If so, we're looking for someone like you to join our team in the National Security Analysis Department (NSAD) at APL. We conduct detailed technical and operational investigations of complex national security challenges, performed using a defined, rigorous, and defendable process, to deeply understand the major elements of those challenges across the whole of the operational and strategic context, to draw insights that inform critical national security decisions. We are seeking hardworking individuals to help us conduct insightful quantitative and qualitative analyses that address critical national security and military challenges. Our team tackles challenges like technical systems performance, operational mission effectiveness, training and proficiency assessment, real world operations, ally and partner interoperability, policy and legal concerns, and many other technical and operational factors that craft a rich tapestry of interwoven matters.
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Deadline: Various
Multiple Positions at the National Democratic Institute (NDI)
The NDI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nongovernmental organization that has supported democratic institutions and practices in every region of the world for more than three decades. Since its founding in 1983, NDI and its local partners have worked to establish and strengthen political and civic organizations, safeguard elections, and promote citizen participation, openness and accountability in government.
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Policy Analyst - Energy Project, Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC)
BPC is a non-profit organization that combines the best ideas from both parties to promote health, security, and opportunity for all Americans. BPC drives principled and politically viable policy solutions through the power of rigorous analysis, painstaking negotiation, and aggressive advocacy. As the only Washington, DC-based think tank that actively promotes bipartisanship, BPC works to address the key challenges facing the nation. BPC is accepting applications for a Policy Analyst on the Energy Project team. The BPC Energy Project is a dynamic and fast-moving effort that is focused on energy innovation and low-carbon energy technology development (including nuclear, carbon capture, carbon removal, and advanced renewables), deep decarbonization, energy infrastructure, and other related issues that are geared toward building effective coalitions for federal policy action. The successful candidate will be a strong team player who is able to support BPC’s dynamic energy program and thrive in a bipartisan organization.
More information.

Deadline: As soon as possible
ORISE Fellowship, Oak Ridge Institute - U.S. Department of Energy
The Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Science, Technology and Policy (STP) Program serves as a next step in the educational and professional development of scientists and engineers by providing opportunities to participate in policy-related projects at DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Washington, D.C. Participants will become part of a group of highly-trained scientists and engineers with the education, background, and experience to be part of the workforce that supports the DOE's mission in the future.
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Deadline: April 2, 2020
Industry Economist, Survey Statistician, and Math Statistician positions, U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
These vacancy announcements will be open through April 2, 2020, and EIA will use applicants to fill positions throughout the next nine months.

Hatfield and Oregon Summer Fellows Information Sessions
Jan. 9, 2020, noon PST
Faculty and interested students are invited to join the Hatfield and Oregon Summer Fellows conference call information sessions from their computer, tablet, or smartphone at: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/812812973

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Releases New Report
On Sept. 18, 2019, the CFR released a new report: “Innovation and National Security: Keeping Our Edge". 
Read the report here.

Federal Data Strategy Team Releases Playbook on Data Governance
The Federal Data Strategy team has released The Data Governance Playbook to help agencies get started with prioritizing data governance and assessing maturity. This playbook outlines two “plays” to help agencies improve their organizational leadership for leveraging data as an asset and to respond to the requirements of the Evidence Act. Each play includes activities designed to build data infrastructure through data governance bodies and maturity assessments, providing the foundation for a data-driven culture that embraces the Mission Statement, Principles, and Practices of the Federal Data Strategy.
Read the Playbook.

Office of Management and Budget Releases Guidance on Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act
The Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act of 2018 emphasizes collaboration and coordination to advance data and evidence-building functions in the Federal Government. The Evidence Act mandates Federal evidence-building activities, open government data, and confidential information protection and statistical efficiency. OMB has now released guidance for agencies, which provides key requirements for the initial phase of the implementation of the law.
Read the guidance.

Public Face of Science Report
new publication of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Public Face of Science project, Encountering Science in America, is now available. Studying where and why Americans connect with science furthers the mission of the Public Face of Science to explore and improve the complex and evolving relationship between scientists and the public.

Non-Confidential U.S. Congressional Research Service Reports
These nonpartisan reports are now publicly available.

The Aspen Institute Citizenship and American Identity Program
New report available: Science & Civics: A Guide for Collaborative Action.

McClure Center

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James A. & Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research
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