Benefits of a BA Internship
Be connected to a broad and politically diverse co-worker and volunteer network from all over the country.
Gain professional experience working at a nationally prominent nonprofit organization.
Have the opportunity to learn about and connect with political and civic leaders and organizations.
Learn from Braver Angels staff and volunteers on a range of topics through on-the-job learning.
- Logistical Support
- Online Event Coordination
- Writing & Proofreading
- Thought Partnership
We Want Someone Who is…
- At least 1 year of college education
- High-level proficiency with MS office and Google Workspace
- Strong academic or professional record
- Interest in/and or experience with debate and civil discourse
Resume in PDF Format
Deadline: November 1, 2021
Yes! Many of our interns have received academic credit for their Braver Angels internship. Please let us know that you are interested in receiving credit during your interview.
A Braver Angels internship is expected to last through the entirety of the semester for which you are applying. For example, a spring internship would last from mid-January to mid-May. However, we are able to be flexible on a case-by-case basis.
All Braver Angels internships are unpaid, remote positions.
We ask that you are available for a minimum of 15 hours per week and up to 35 hours per week. However, for extremely qualified candidates, we will consider less than 15 hours.
You do not need to be enrolled in a university to be considered if you have already completed your undergraduate degree.
Regardless of whether you make it to the next round of the application process, you should hear from us in Early November. Please reach out to Chandler Skinner if you haven’t hear from us by mid to late November.
If you are an international student, you must be eligible to work in the United States to intern with Braver Angels. If you are unsure of your status, please apply, and we can work with you to determine your eligibility.