The European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington DC invites recent graduates with the right to work in the United States to apply for a full-time, paid internship. Currently, their internship has been adapted in line with the restrictions and health and safety considerations related to the Covid19 pandemic. Consequently, their internship is now consisting of a three months work experience in Washington DC, with a possible two-month extension in the same office.
- Fall: September 15th – December 15th, with a possible two-month extension until February 15th
- Spring: March 1st – May 31st, with a possible two-month extension until July 31st
The deadline to apply for the fall intake is June 7, 2021.
- Work with staffers on specific policy areas or a broader range of transatlantic policy issues;
- Participate in events and meetings with major interlocutors on Capitol Hill, executive agencies, think-tanks, and NGOs;
- Analyze legislation and policy discussions relevant to the transatlantic EU-US relationship;
- Prepare working papers, memos, and research papers for Members of the European Parliament and staffers at our headquarters;
- Assist the preparation and management of visits to the US by Members of the European Parliament and senior staffers;
- Support our head of outreach, with event management, content, and multimedia products;
- Help maintain and develop our database of contacts.
- US citizens and others with the right to work in the US.
- University graduates. Candidates need to have completed studies at least at the undergraduate level and must be able to provide an undergraduate or postgraduate diploma/official transcript at least one month before the beginning of the internship.
- Candidates must be available for a full-time internship. We regret it is not possible to accommodate part-time arrangements.
- Candidates who have previously gained two consecutive months or more work experience (including internships) at any European Union institution are not eligible.
For more information and to apply, click here.