Generations United’s internships provide opportunities to enrich your understanding of intergenerational issues while building research skills, learning about advocacy, and engaging with an active intergenerational network.
Generations United offers rolling applications for opportunities throughout the year.
Stipends available. Nontraditional students are welcome.
If you are passionate about building a better world for people of all ages, please send a resume and cover letter to Generations United.
- Strong computer skills and proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and use of the Internet.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills and able to represent Generations United at external meetings and outreach efforts. Experience with social media preferred.
- Research and analytical skills – must be able to research and analyze complex program and policy information accurately with direction and oversight.
- Ability to juggle multiple tasks efficiently in fast-paced office.
- Passion and commitment to issues affecting children, youth and older adults.
- Generations United’s headquarters is located in Washington, DC, although all staff are currently working remotely due to COVID-19.