Internships, Millennial Action Project – Washington, DC

Millennial Action Project is a nonprofit organization with room for undergraduate students to take on significant responsibility, work in a dynamic and entrepreneurial environment, and contribute to organizational development and strategy. Interns will work at a high level with MAP’s staff out of our Washington, DC office.

Internship Candidate Requirements

Passion for Millennials in politics and/or future-focused ideas
Hardworking, entrepreneurial spirit
Acute attention to detail
Strong research and writing skills
Excellent interpersonal skills and flexibility
MAP internships provide a unique opportunity to contribute to a critical national cause with prospects of future employment. Interns will also have the opportunity to interface with leaders in the media, on Capitol Hill, and on our advisory boards. Interns receive monthly stipends.

Communications Internship

This intern loves reading and writing about Millennial political issues, and has prior experience contributing to an organization’s communication strategies (a related college degree is also fine). This intern will compile daily press clips, draft social media content, regularly contribute blog posts, and attend panel discussions on Millennial political issues. The ideal candidate is a strong digital content writer, works well on short deadlines, and is familiar with industry best practices for engaging website and social media content.

Policy Internship

This intern is a proud policy wonk at heart. An ideal candidate has experience writing policy briefs for elected officials, think tanks or other organizations, and conducting in-depth research on various public policies concerning Millennials. This intern is always informed about current events in US federal and state politics, and will support MAP in generating fact-based talking points for various media and policy opportunities. Experience with synthesizing large amounts of information into condensed analysis for quick comprehension is strongly preferred.

How to Apply:

Please send the following application materials to

  • Cover Letter (max. 500 words)
  • Resume
  • Short writing sample or links to relevant work

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. You may apply for the following sessions:

Fall (September‐December)
Spring (January‐May)
Summer (June‐August)

When applying, please reference in the subject line of your email both the semester and internship position(s) you are interested in (e.g. Summer Communications Internship). Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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