The PUBLICUS Internship Program
- Learn and better understand the country’s political landscape
- Gain a deeper understanding of lobbying and campaign management and have a better appreciation of their impact to society
- Expand knowledge by learning from experienced professionals
- Contribute to creating a more diverse workforce
A student or graduate of Public Administration, Communication Arts, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Community Development, Education, and International Studies. Submit the following:
- A recommendation letter from the College Dean/Dean of Academic Affairs
- A resume with 2x2 photo
- A one-page essay on why he/she should be given the student assistant/internship slot
The interns are assigned to appropriate projects, which may run from one to three months.
A Certificate of Training or a Recommendation Letter, as the case may be will be given after the internship. Every intern may, if appropriately recommended, be
- A Probationary Employee of PUBLiCUS;
- A Project Staff for a PUBLiCUS Project; or
- A Staff of a PUBLiCUS client.