Internships


Senator Dan Sullivan is looking for exceptional Alaskan college students and recent graduates to join his team in Washington, D.C. Many of today’s best and brightest political minds began their careers in public service as interns in public relations, news organizations, and particularly in congressional offices.

Internships teach valuable skills and offer hands on experience in the fast-paced Capitol Hill environment. Washington, D.C. internships distinguish students and allow them to rise above the pack, particularly with competitive graduate programs. Students interested in politics, public service, public relations, research, and writing can gain valuable experience through Senator Sullivan’s D.C. internship. Through the program, interns are integrated into senior-level meetings and also attend U.S. Senate committee hearings, giving them exposure to critical issues that affect Alaskans and Americans.

An internship is an entry-level position best suited for a person who thinks creatively, wants to contribute to a team and, above all, yearns for opportunities to learn—whether about the legislative process, researching, writing or public communications.

Senator Sullivan’s Washington, D.C. office offers internships year round, including a summer, fall, and spring session. The upcoming spring session is from January 8 to May 11, 2018.

The deadline for applications is November 6, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

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Internship opportunity available to undergraduate and graduate students! The Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP) gives students the opportunity to study and intern in Washington, DC. There is a spring and summer session. You can start the application at: https://semesterinwashington.gwu.edu/application-form

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Check out these great fellowship and internship opportunities on the National Institutes of Health page!

https://www.nidcr.nih.gov/CareersAndTraining/Fellowships/

The Ted Stevens Foundation is pleased to announce a partnership with the University of Alaska in creation of the Senator Ted Stevens Legislative Internship Program to provide scholarships for students while they’re working for the Alaska State Legislature in Juneau. More Details at uas.alaska.edu/internprogram.

Alyeska is currently recruiting for the 2018 internship program. Open the following link to access the internship application.

2018 Alyeska Internship Application

Doyon, Limited and the family of companies still has several summer internship positions open to Doyon shareholders. If you’re looking for a summer job/intern experience that will be a great asset to your resume and provide excellent employment history needs, apply today! All positions are subject to closing at any time.

Intern position vary from offices in Fairbanks, Alaska to the Doyon Government Group office in Federal Way, Washington. Please click any of the following position titles to view the full job description. Apply online by creating a Talent Bank Profile at www.doyon.com and clicking “apply online” for the position you’re seeking to obtain.

Doyon, Limited Legal Intern – Fairbanks, AK

Doyon, Limited IT Intern – Fairbanks, AK

Doyon, Limited Communications Intern – Fairbanks, AK

Doyon Utilities, LLC Administrative Intern – Fairbanks, AK

Doyon Utilities, LLC Accounting Intern – Fairbanks, AK

Doyon Government Group Proposals Intern – Federal Way, WA

Doyon Utilities, LLC Utility Fitter Trainee I – Fort Wainwright, AK (Fairbanks area)

If you have any questions regarding the Doyon, Limited positions, please feel free to contact the shareholder outreach department at outreach or call/leave a voicemail at 907-459-2085. For all other positions, please contact the appropriate company directly.

Are you going to school and looking for a summer internship position? Visit www.doyon.com for more information about the following summer internship opportunities in Fairbanks for Doyon shareholders (Click titles to see internship description):

 

 

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