Looking for an entry level job or internship in public policy? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Most jobs involving public policy require a bachelor’s degree, which can be in public policy or in another field of interest. More important are your writing, reading, and critical thinking skills, as well as turning theory into experience via internships or research.
|Assistant Professor of Public Policy|
The Chronicle of Higher Education Sub Ann Arbor, MI
|Director Accounting Policy - CPA|
Confidential Company Washington, DC
|Senior Tax Accountant, CPA-Public Accounting|
Johnston, Gremaux & Rossi, LLP San Francisco, CA
|VLDS BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST - POLICY AND PLANNING|
STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION FOR VIRGINIA Richmond, VA
|Health Policy Analyst I - VUMC|
Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville, TN
|RESEARCH ECONOMIST - POLICY & PLANNING SPECIALIST II|
DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE Richmond, VA
|Policy, Partnerships and Fundraising Associate|
Lieber Institute for Brain Development Baltimore, MD
|GO Virginia Policy Analyst|
DHCD, DHCD Richmond, VA
|Senior Program Assistant, Health Sciences Policy|
The National Academy of Sciences Washington, DC
|Sr. Director of US GAAP / Accounting / Technical Policy|
Robert Half White Plains, NY
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