Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown is seeking a Public Policy Intern for approximately
20-24 hours per week for the Fall and Winter of 2013. This internship will provide the
selected applicant an opportunity to interact with key players throughout Maryland’s state
government, private stakeholders, and constituents.
The Intern will report to the Director of Policy and provide assistance to the Director and
other staff in researching, analyzing, and implementing policies related to the Lt.
Governor’s priorities: Health care, domestic violence, higher education-community
colleges, public-private partnerships and veterans affairs.
• Assist in all aspects of policy development and implementation, event planning
and outreach activities,
• Research policy related to health care, including cost and quality, information
technology, and health reform, domestic violence, workforce development, and
community college/higher education,
• Prepare briefing materials for the Lt. Governor and the Director of Policy, and
• Provide general support to the Director of Policy, including: coordinating,
staffing, and providing appropriate background information for policy meetings;
assisting with follow-up; and drafting correspondence.
The ideal candidate will be pursuing a graduate degree in public policy, political science,
or a related field of study. Highly qualified undergraduate students with faculty
recommendations will also be considered. This is an unpaid fellowship.
Please send your resume and cover letter to Ben Wolff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested applicants should submit applications by October 21st.
Applications will be received on a rolling basis.