||October 23, 2017|
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) is a voluntary association of the areaís eighteen local governments, working cooperatively to solve mutual problems that are regional in scope and not confined by political or geographic boundaries.
COG is strongly committed to its intern and co-op programs because COG recognizes that many benefits can be derived from an intern employment - for students and agency alike. The internsí creativity, curiosity and energy applied to the organizationís program often give the regular staff new ideas, challenges and renewed enthusiasm. The internships also provide an opportunity for the students to test a career decision against the complexities of the profession, apply schoolroom theory to real world considerations, and gain specialized training and practice under experts in current techniques, methods and equipment.
TYPES OF POSITIONS OFFERED:
COG offers paid, unpaid, full-time and part-time internships (specific internship opportunities for this summer are listed on the Internship Opportunities page). All participating interns work as an integral part of the professional COG staff: meeting with COG management staff, utilizing COG data resources, and attending meetings of policy and technical committees and the Board of Directors.
TO APPLY PLEASE SEND:
Complete application materials can not be returned. Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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