The Ruckelshaus Center is a joint effort of the University of Washington and Washington State University and is dedicated to assisting public, private, tribal, non-profit and other community leaders in their efforts to build consensus and collaboratively resolve conflicts around difficult public policy issues.
The Ruckelshaus Center Internship Program is designed to provide meaningful hands-on experience for graduate students, recent graduates and work-study approved students interested in the field of collaborative public policy. Interns are exposed to current public policy issues in the State of WA and Pacific Northwest and gain insight into the practice of Alternative Dispute Resolution and Collaborative Governance.
The Center’s Internship Program also provides opportunities to work side by side with professionals and mentors on real collaborative public policy projects and to cultivate collaborative skill sets needed to be successful in the field.
For more information about the Center’s internship program, please click here. To read the full position description, please click here.
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