Unpaid internships with OPIC are offered year round in Washington, D.C., and can last from 12 weeks to 12 months. Duties vary based on the department and/or office in which the intern is placed. OPIC's Internship Program offers valuable experience that contributes to educational and professional growth, and may be applied in any future employment endeavor, including federal, state and local governments or in the private sector.Learn more about this agency
- Identify, collect, and analyze relevant information concerning the potential impacts of proposed projects on workers and affected communities near projects;
- Review various forms of project-level social policies and providing gap analyses between corresponding national and international legal and regulatory frameworks;
- Assess host country laws and practices related to social governance and monitoring social-related news, trends, and events;
- Identify recommendations to reach compliance with international best practices for social risk identification, management and monitoring; and
- Perform other related tasks as assigned. Interns may attend meetings at other U.S. government or development finance agencies.
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