Government Affairs Interns

ServiceSourceOakton, VA

24 days ago


Job Title

Government Affairs and Advocacy Intern / Part Time

Job Location

Oakton, VA

Job Overview

ServiceSource is seeking an External Affairs intern to support the organization's government affairs and advocacy activities. The intern will contribute to ServiceSource's engagement with members of Congress and other elected officials, federal agencies, nonprofit and industry partners, and other key stakeholders. This position will support the VP, External Affairs and the business development team based in Oakton, Virginia.


N/A (Unpaid Internship)


  • Provide support to organizational efforts to educate, engage and advance organizational objectives with federal, state and local policies.
  • Perform other responsibilities as assigned.


  • High School Diploma Required
  • Advanced education credits in relevant field preferred
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Experience conducting research and analyzing complex issues
  • Experience in external affairs, social media, strategic communications
  • Knowledge of public policy issues such as disability, employment and/or federal procurement
  • Strong interpersonal skills, sound judgment, and self-awareness
  • A team player mentality and a willingness to pitch in with any and all tasks.

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