Stay Involved with BPC
Thank you for taking the time to apply for the Bipartisan Policy Center internship program. We greatly appreciate your interest in joining the organization and the opportunity to learn more about your background and experience.
We received a large number of applications from highly qualified candidates. At this time, we have filled all available internship positions. If you have not yet received an acceptance letter, we are unable to offer you an internship at this time. BPC offers internships throughout the year and we encourage you to apply for future openings posted on our website.
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There are many other great ways to become involved with BPC and to promote bipartisanship. Be sure to check out the Common Sense Action (CSA). CSA, a BPC partner and Millennial-based organization that brings bipartisan youth voices to the policymaking table, is teaming up with BPC to host events for the D.C. intern community. CSA is planning events with members of Congress, after-work social events and policy seminars. If you’re going to be in D.C., join the Facebook group or the listserv, and we’ll keep you in the loop. Additionally, CSA (now on 25 campuses in 16 states) is expanding to new schools. Want to bring the movement to your campus? Email [email protected]. And if you’re still looking for an internship for this summer, CSA is looking for a Director of Digital Communications, which is a full-time, paid internship. Check it out!
We also invite you to become a Citizen for Political Reform. Citizens is an effort to reach out to and connect with motivated individuals across the country who care about advancing bipartisan solutions and making government work. The monthly Citizens newsletter and other regular communications provide education on the key issues facing Congress as well as the leaders in Washington and the states who are reaching across the aisle to get things done.
Best wishes in your career pursuits.