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Funding for Research and Internships

Applied Policy Research Internship

During the spring semester, The Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy is pleased to provide resources to support one public policy or IAPA concentrator as an Applied Policy Research Intern at The Policy Lab at Brown University. The intern will receive a stipend of $2,500.

Successful Applied Policy Research Intern candidates will be intellectually curious and highly-motivated, with strengths in written and verbal communication, research, and quantitative analysis. Skills in one or more of the following are also highly favored: data cleaning, handling, and coding; quantitative analysis; project/time management; stakeholder engagement; policy analysis and report writings. We also require that interns are committed to an environment of diversity and inclusion.

Amount: $2,500

Eligibility: PLCY & IAPA Concentrators

Deadline: Spring term: December 10

Contact: Samantha Griffin

Governor Frank Licht '38 Internship

During the spring semester, two public policy or IAPA concentrators will be named the Governor Frank Licht '38 interns and will work with Rhode Island legislature.

The Licht interns will each receive a stipend of $2,500 through an endowment by the family of the late Governor Frank Licht '38.

Amount: $2,500

Eligibility: PLCY & IAPA Concentrators

Deadline: Spring term: December 10

Contact: Samantha Griffin