Students of all backgrounds are invited to intern with us this summer in downtown New York City or in Washington, D.C. Why come work with OC? We're a free and open-source project, so you're supporting the open Web. We're not-for-profit and non-partisan, so you won't be chasing clients or pageviews or just one side of the story, but rather building public knowledge about Congress. Our start- and end-dates are flexible, we're a public-spirited team of friendly people, and we provide great web development experience.
It's easy to apply -- click through for more info, and even if you're not a student, links you can use to help spread the word.Read Full Article Submit a Comment
Students of all backgrounds and interests are invited to apply to intern with OpenCongress over the summer of 2010. Come work with us in New York, NY or Washington, D.C. Even if you're not a student, you can still help spread the word by re-tweeting this announcement, by joining our Facebook group, or by emailing this blog post to a student you know.
Why OC? We're a free and open-source project, meaning that you'll be doing your part to support openness on the Web. We're a non-profit organization, so our mission is for the public knowledge, not to chase customers. Our site is non-partisan, so you won't be working on just one side of a debate -- you'll be covering the whole discourse. It's easy to apply: just email writeus @ opencongress d0t org with the subject heading "student internship". Attach your resume, two references, and a brief note of introduction. Click through for more info...Read Full Article Comments (5)