Youth Education and Intern Program
candidates are evaluated on their knowledge of current events
in order to determine which division of the Media Research Center's
(MRC) would best suit their needs and interests. The MRC financially
compensates interns and they have the option to work up to 37.5
hours per week.
integral members of the divisions with which they work, and as
students, they receive extra attention and mentoring to ensure
their MRC experience is valuable.
Education and Intern Program Coordinator works in conjunction
with members from each division to oversee the progress of all
interns. Interns are also afforded time to attend functions and
activities outside of the MRC and may receive academic credit
for their work through special arrangements with their schools.
Washington, DC area