National Conference of State Legislatures
  • 31-May-2018 to 15-Jul-2018 (MST)
  • Denver, CO, USA
  • Part Time

POSITION:               Master of Social Work Internship

PROGRAM:              Health or Education

LOCATION:             Denver, CO

SEMESTER:               Fall 2018 Summer 2019



Part-time, flexible, 20 hours p/week.  Many colleges and universities will give academic credit for internships. It is the student's responsibility to contact his or her advisor and obtain academic credit within the institution's guidelines. 



The MSW intern will work under the supervision of NCSL staff in the Health or Education program.  The intern may be required to track legislation in the 50 state legislatures, prepare concise and accurate responses to constituent requests for information, compile several 50 state charts and issue briefs on relevant issue topics, author, co-author and/or assist with reports and briefs on policy topics, assist in meeting planning, and undertake other research and writing projects as assigned.



Qualified candidates must have Bachelor's Degree, and be a current graduate student enrolled in a Master of Social Work Program. Candidates should possess strong research skills and should be able to write clearly and effectively. Candidates must be able to research all aspects of federal, state and local laws including state statutes, state bills and legislation, federal legislation, case law and federal and state regulations.


TO APPLY:                           

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume highlighting skills and qualifications to: no later than Sunday, July 15, 2018.



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