Council for Quality Growth Seeking Fall Interns


It is that time of year again when many undergraduate and graduate students are finalizing their fall/spring semester schedules.  The Council for Quality Growth is currently seeking independent, dedicated individuals to serve in fall internships. These internships will be structured learning opportunities geared to teach “real world applications” of public policy development.

Those seeking a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Public Administration, Urban Planning, Political Science, Marketing, or other Public Policy related areas of study will be most successful.  Other areas of study including Economics, Environmental Studies, Environmental Design or Engineering, Real Estate, Business Administration, and Geography are also welcome.  Interns will be expected to research various public policy issues affecting the agency, write articles for newsletters, and assist regular staff with formulating real public policies affecting our members.

Please Note: This is an unpaid internship.  Working schedule is flexible due to the responsibilities classes demand.

For a complete overview of the Council internship requirements and description, click here, or contact James Touchton at

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