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Washington, DC
March 2014
Accepting applications immediately beginning March 25, 2014. The Millennial Action Project (MAP)—the country’s first national organization dedicated to fighting partisan gridlock through next generation leadership—is seeking interns for Summer 2014. Building on its success in organizing the bipartisan Congressional Future Caucus, MAP is quickly expanding its operations and making an impact in national political and policy debates. MAP is a start-up organization with room for individuals to take on significant responsibility, work in a dynamic and entrepreneurial environment, and contribute to organizational development and strategy. Interns will work at a high level with MAP's Executive Director and volunteer staff out of MAP’s Washington, DC office in DuPont Circle.  Available positions focus on communications, program management, event planning, fundraising, and policy research and writing. MAP internships provide a unique opportunity to contribute to a critical national cause with prospects of future employment. Interns will also have the opportunity to interface with leaders in the media, on Capitol Hill, and on our advisory boards. Internships are unpaid. If interested, please email with your resume and a brief cover letter (no more than 500 words) explaining your interest in the position and relevant areas of experience and expertise. Start and end dates are flexible. The final deadline for applications is 5/9/14, however, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and applicants are encouraged to apply immediately.

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The Millennial Action Project (MAP) is the first national organization dedicated to disrupting today’s political gridlock by advancing a new, post-partisan generation of leadership. MAP recently joined with Millennial members of Congress, Aaron Schock (R-IL) and Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), to form the bipartisan Congressional Future Caucus, the first-ever next generation caucus focused on strengthening American innovation and competitiveness. The launch (highlight video linked here) earned across the board media coverage, including features in BuzzFeedMeet the PressMorning Joe, and The Hill. MAP is now expanding this model to the states through its James Madison Fellows Program and enhancing its work through partnerships with Google,, and other leading groups. Governor Huntsman, one of the nation’s preeminent bipartisan leaders, leads MAP’s Advisory Board. More information about MAP can be found at  

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