Students in Motion: Policy in Motion Seeking Applicants for “Career Development” Internship Program

Policy in Motion’s “Career Development” Mentorship Program is designed to mentor Senior Policy/Planning Students into careers in transportation or city planning and policy within the Sacramento region. The program is designed as a work exchange where students will provide policy support through research and outreach for hands-on learning in business development and personal mentorship into career networks around California’s Capitol.

Policy in Motion Intern Responsibilities:

  • Research on federal and state policy projects
  • Outreach related to business development
  • Minimum 3 month commitment at 5 hours/week
  • Weekly meeting in Sacramento to discuss intern responsibilities and mentor opportunities

Policy in Motion Mentor Responsibilities:

  • Resume Building
  • Strategic Networking
  • Legislative Exposure
  • Weekly meeting in Sacramento to discuss intern responsibilities and mentor opportunities

Policy in Motion is currently seeking 1-2 interns who are interested in a commitment to career and/or business development in the field of sustainable transportation policy and planning. There will be ample flexibility with student schedules (midterms/vacation) and work location will be primarily conducted remotely for student transportation convenience. There will be in-person meetings once a week per the intern/mentor responsibilities at a location which will be accessible by public transportation – as well as travel to additional meeting opportunities related to career development/networking in the Sacramento region.

Interested candidates can e-mail a resume to Lauren Michele, Principal/Owner of Policy in Motion by Sunday, March 20th: lauren.michele@policyinmotion.com . Informal Telephone Interviews to be held the week of March 21th. In-Person Interviews to be held the week of March 28th. Start Date of Friday, April 1st for first intern/mentor meeting.

*Interviews will be fun and informal*

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