Gen-I NOW: DC Interns Guide

The Indigenous Intern's Guide to Washington, D.C. includes advice, a map of Native organizations, a listing of other D.C. Native intern programs, and information about free events throughout the summer.

The Guide is a resource for Native youth who come to Washington, D.C. for internships, conferences, or to meet with their elected officials. The Guide will be updated annually and provide the most recent ways to network and get involved while in D.C.

Click Here to Access the Intern Guide


What's inside?
  • Advice from past D.C. interns, including interns in Congress, the Executive Branch, and non-profit organizations
  • A map of DC featuring 10 of the highest profile Native organizations in Washington, D.C. and their addresses.
  • An introduction to advocacy, including how to find out who your representatives are and best practices for meeting with your elected officials
  • A listing of free, annual or weekly events in the Washington, D.C. area, including a 4th of July celebration and free jazz concerts.
Access the Intern Guide directly:
http://www.cnay.org/docs/Gen-I/D.C.%20Intern%20Guide%20(10).pdf

Register for the 2019 Gen-I Networking Reception:

Find event information and registration here. Agenda and guest information coming soon! If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to Tashia Arnold at tashia.arnold@aspeninstitute.org or (202) 464-4332.

For more information on the Intern Guide and for more resources for interns in D.C., contact Joshua Bertalotto at joshua.bertalotto@aspeninstitute.org with any questions.

 

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