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Career Opportunities

As a service to our members and constituents in the U.S. standards and conformity assessment community, ANSI provides an online network connecting the most progressive companies with the most qualified career-minded individuals.

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system. Positions currently available with ANSI and the ANSI-ASQ (American Society for Quality) National Accreditation Board ACLASS and ANAB programs include:

ANSI Staff Positions

ANSI Contractual Opportunities

Other Employment Opportunities

Job Title: Executive Director
Company Name: Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI)
Type: Full Time
Posted: 03/06/18

About SERI:

Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI) is an established and financially stable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. SERI’s mission is to help create a world where electronic products are reused and recycled in a way that promotes resource preservation, the well-being of the natural environment, and the health and safety of workers and communities. SERI does this primarily through its administration of the R2 (Responsible Recycling) Certification Program – a global voluntary certification program for the safe and sustainable reuse and recycling of electronic equipment and components. Today, there are more than 750 R2 certified facilities operating in 30 countries.

Overview of the Position:

The EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR is responsible for the administration and implementation of SERI’s programs and strategic plan. Important to this position is a strong commitment to the value of credibly certified voluntary marketplace standards. Also important is the ability to advocate for SERI’s vision to recyclers, customers of recyclers and refurbishers, governments, public interest organizations, and other key stakeholders and to work with these stakeholders to bring better practices to reuse and recycling of electronics.

SERI currently has a staff of three full-time employees, in addition to the Executive Director, as well as a number of consultants. The staff and consultants are all based in different parts of the United States. We expect that soon the organization will include additional employees and/or consultants located in other countries. The successful candidate will be comfortable managing this “virtual” organization.

This is a full-time position preferably, though not necessarily, located in the United States. Extensive domestic and international travel is required. This position reports directly to the SERI Board of Directors.

Qualifications – The ideal candidate will have at least 5-10 years experience in a senior leadership position and will possess many, if not all, of the following specific skills/attributes:

Knowledge/Experience with the effective operation of a voluntary certification program

  • Senior level experience working with a standard-setting organization.
  • In-depth knowledge of the roles and challenges of each stakeholder group involved in the certification process (Standard Developer, Accreditation Bodies, Certification Bodies, and Certified Companies).
  • Knowledge of ANSI and ISO procedures for standards development and how to manage this process to ensure compliance.
  • Experience developing, implementing and continually improving strong quality assurance programs to ensure the integrity and effectiveness of standard schemes, including auditor and certifying body training and oversight.
  • Understanding of ISEAL’s Codes of Good Practice and how they are applied to standard setting organizations, including how to measure and track program impacts.

Knowledge/Experience with the electronics reuse and recycling industry

  • A strong working knowledge of the electronics reuse/recycling industry.
  • Understanding of the environmental, health, safety, data security and issues relevant to the industry.
  • Understanding of the technologies, methods, and market forces at play in the industry.
  • Understanding of the various players in the industry, including their unique interests, concerns, and challenges, particularly as they relate to advancing SERI’s mission.
  • Understanding of the geographic and cultural challenges and opportunities inherent in the industry, particularly as they relate to advancing SERI’s mission.

Knowledge/Experience managing a growing non-profit

  • Aptitude for analytical thinking, coupled with ability to act creatively and quickly as required to solve problems.
  • Strong organizational and program management skills. Strong motivational and staff leadership abilities.
  • Experience working with a Board of Directors, including developing successful strategies and plans to accomplish goals and objectives set by the Board of Directors.
  • Strong knowledge of corporate finance, budget development, and resource allocation necessary to meet organizational goals and ensure financial health of the organization.

Strong Communication Skills Demonstrated in a Variety of Contexts

  • Excellent speaking and writing skills. Full fluency in English.
  • Experience facilitating multi-stakeholder groups, building consensus and eliciting cooperation to achieve common goals.
  • Ability to effectively communicate SERI’s message to educate and influence policy makers, industry leaders and other constituents in forums such as conferences, trade shows, symposiums, policy meetings, etc.
  • Aptitude for forging and maintaining fruitful relationships of trust and collaboration with key audiences and stakeholders around the world, to help to advance SERI goals.

Personal Qualities Essential to Success at SERI

  • Passion for the SERI mission and vision
  • Highest Level of Integrity
  • Self-confidence
  • Lots of energy
  • Sense of humor


An attractive compensation and benefit package will be provided to the successful candidate.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and a cover letter to Patty Osterberg of SERI at

Job Title: Quality Assurance Manager
Company Name: Gate Gourmet
City: San Francisco, CA
Type: Full Time
Posted: 03/02/18

Position Summary:

Position is responsible for food safety and quality engineering and control on processes supporting operation, system, policy and procedure auditing; leads quality improvement projects, drives defect prevention and detections. Acts as the primary business quality project manager for Corporate Quality Assurance requirements and regulations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supports all customer and regulatory audits
  • Works side-by-side with Operation Managers to assure compliance to HACCP requirements are met
  • Works as part of the corrective action team to address non-conformities related to product, process and service
  • Executes monthly self-assessments on the elements of food safety
  • Executes the required food safety related testing as defined in HACCP plan
  • Plans for quality (capital, supplier quality, plant quality).
  • Manages Quality Engineering projects, including operative supportive functions
  • Leads and monitors improvement projects as assigned
  • Audits implementation of quality system for effectiveness by verifying activities
  • Monitors corrective action system
  • Monitors the accuracy and compliance of HACCP records as defined in the corporate procedures
  • Reinforces quality awareness to the management
  • Manages the daily activities and task of the sanitation porters (if defined as a responsibility)
  • Manages continuous improvement projects in quality elements
  • Plays a key role in developing a comprehensive quality management system
  • Implements the quality system detailed in the quality manual
  • Champions quality improvement efforts and initiates problem solving efforts and assures implementation
  • Drives prevention vs. detection of defects tracking key performance indicators and daily patrol of production areas
  • Coordinates actions to prevent the occurrences of nonconformities to internal, Federal and State laws
  • Maintains customer compliance resolution on defects including alleged food poisoning if needed
  • Responsible for the identifying and maintaining of key performance metrics for the Quality organization
  • Continuously improves plant procedures for monitoring and ensuring conformance to specifications for incoming raw materials as well as for finished products
  • Acts as the primary liaison to Corporate QA
  • Plays a key role in training and coaching of quality requirements to all levels in the business unit’s organization
  • Ensures optimum business processes to support full customer and regulatory compliance in terms of quality and food safety
  • Stays attuned to and prepares adaptation to changes in customer, company and regulatory changes in requirements
  • At times liaises with customers and regulatory agencies


  • Bachelor's degree in food science, quality, technical or business related field from an accredited 4-year college or university required

Work Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years quality assurance experience in a manufacturing environment, with preference in food manufacturing

Job Skills:

  • Advanced technical knowledge in catering processes and design functions, manufacturing methods, inspection, statistical methods and quality auditing
  • Knowledge of lean standard tools, TQM methodology
  • Basic lean, six sigma knowledge, and continuous improvement understanding a plus
  • Detail oriented
  • Project management experience
  • Strong organizational skills, able to prioritize responsibilities and multi-task

Communication Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal skills, interact well with multiple departments as required
  • Able to work with little supervision
  • Excellent reading, writing, and oral communication skills
  • Change Agent
  • Multi-lingual a plus

Certificates, Licenses and Registrations:

  • Servesafe certification preferred
  • HACCP certified


  • None

Environmental Requirements:

  • Regularly stands, bends, lifts and moves intermittently during shifts
  • Must be to lift, pull, push, and move products, equipment’s, and supplies daily
  • There may be physical discomfort due to temperature in production area, coolers, and freezers

How to Apply

Candidates can apply on website – or email Angela Blair

Job Title: Industry Director
Company Name: NEMA
City: Arlington, VA
Type: Full Time
Posted: 03/02/18

About Us:

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) develops performance and other product standards/technical documents for the electro and medical imaging industries; crafts and executes advocacy campaigns; and provides analytical product and services to assist Member companies with business decisions.

Industry Director- Lighting Systems Division will assess the current state of lighting systems and products, evaluate potential future developments especially those arising from the Internet of Things (IoT), create strategic plans for the Division product areas and achieve the goals of those plans.. The incumbent will provide leadership to expand NEMA capabilities in and services to the lighting industry with increased emphasis on the convergence of information technology and lighting.

The Industry Director will work in a matrixed organization providing direction to efforts that encompass both domestic standards (e.g. NEMA, American National Standards Institute) and international standards including the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). In addition, the incumbent will coordinate Division work provided by Government Relations, Business Information Services, and Communications Departments

Key Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the subject matter expert on lighting systems and products and sharpen NEMA focus on IoT
  • Build effective and persistent personal lines of communication with NEMA member companies, US government agencies; and international regulatory bodies.
  • Develop and execute annual budgets including possible supplementary funds additions; oversee all contracts with outside vendors arising from these responsibilities; and remain on or under budgeted thresholds.
  • Represent NEMA and assigned industry sector(s) by writing papers and reports, presenting materials at national and international settings and serving on various committees

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree required; advanced degree and/or technical degree with IoT relevance a strong plus.
  • Seven or more years full-time experience in related fields including IoT and/or systems controls
  • Knowledge of technical standards development process strongly desired
  • Demonstrated results-oriented leadership expertise
  • Excellent program management abilities including strong planning, time management, and budgeting skills
  • Proven ability to clearly and persuasively write, speak, and represent while demonstrating executive presence
  • Ability to quickly, fairly and diplomatically drive collaborative groups to agreed positions and resolve conflicts as they arise
  • Customer focused entrepreneurial and eager to take on new challenges
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Experience using online collaboration systems a plus

NEMA offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package including paid holidays and personal time, flexible working hours, 401(k) plan, health/dental insurance, and partial pre-tax parking/Metro subsidy.


How to Apply

Interested individuals should send a current resume, specifying salary requirements, to

Job Title: Certification Exam Developer
Company Name: IICRC
City: Las Vegas, NV
Type: Full Time
Posted: 02/26/18

About Us:

IICRC is the global certification leader in the cleaning and restoration industry. IICRC has 6 ANSI approved standards that support certifications in 28 disciplines requiring exam updates and the creation of new exams for expansion of identified disciplines. Visit our website at for more information.

Job Purpose:

Candidates for the Certification Exam Developer position will work with subject-matter expert (SME) volunteers to lead and guide the exam revision/creation process to maintain existing and building new IICRC technician examinations.


Candidates must possess strong organizational skills, the ability to work independently on concurrent processes and projects to meet established goals, deadlines, and quality standards, strong interpersonal, teamwork and diplomacy capabilities, desire to work in a fast-team paced environment, willingness to provide superior customer service to all IICRC constituencies.

Excellent writing, editing and verbal communication skills required. Working knowledge of database programs, internet, Microsoft suite required. Experience in working with committees and SME volunteers. Fluency in written and oral English language. Proficiency in Spanish, French or Japanese a plus.

Education and Experience:

Minimum three (3) years of full-time work experience in a similar role with a certification organization or similar, with a record of successfully collaborating in a team environment and working with subject matter experts. Bachelor’s degree in relevant area. Experience working for non-profit and/or association environments preferred.


Benefits include company paid health insurance for employee, company paid 401K match to 4%, free parking, flexible hours. Relocation expenses negotiable. Remote option is negotiable.

Salary Range: $60,000 - $80,000

How to Apply

Please complete the application at Applicants should include a cover letter, resume, writing sample and salary requirements as attachments to their application.

Job Title: Building Inspector/Plans Examiner
Company Name: SeaTac International Airport
City: SeaTac International Airport, WA
Type: Full Time
Posted: 02/15/18

Job Purpose:

Your experience can help deliver innovation, improvement and efficiency. The airport is growing and expanding. Use your-fast paced skills and variability in tasks to help get us there.

Job Description:

  • Review project construction documents (drawings, specs, etc.) for compliance with code requirements related to life safety and functionality of airport-related structures and facilities.
  • Inspect facilities as they are being built or remodeled to ensure compliance with the drawings and codes.

How to Apply

For full job description and to apply please visit:

Job Title: Standards Associate
Company Name: American Petroleum Institute
City: Washington, DC
Type: Full Time
Posted: 02/02/18

Job Purpose:

Provide policy and procedural guidance and technical and administrative support for assigned API standards committees and related U.S. Technical Advisory Groups.

Essential duties and responsibilities

  • Manage the overall standards program for one or more assigned industry sectors. Provide leadership, technical and managerial support to API standards developing committees and oversight groups. Facilitate industry participation in international standards-making activities such as ISO and IEC as determined by the committee oversight body and API management. Coordinate joint initiatives with other industry or standards developing organizations.
  • Advocate the role of technical standards in support of public policy goals and identifying those technical areas where standards development initiatives can support the Institute’s highest priority objectives.
  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the API, ANSI and ISO/IEC procedures for standards development and manage the process to ensure compliance. Establish meeting schedules, conduct ballots, develop consensus, process documents in accordance with appropriate procedures while maintaining scheduling obligations. Organize and administer committee activities including agenda planning, preparation of minutes, and the development of draft documents.
  • Identify, propose and manage the implementation of new initiatives in broad programmatic areas such as derivative publications, training seminars and certification programs. Serve as project manager for the development of the programs and products working in conjunction with other API staff, contractors and company representatives.
  • Serve as contract manager when retaining outside experts for standards development or research initiatives in support of standards. Review proposals for technical merit and completeness, work with API staff to develop contractual language. Manage the project including review of work products, and ensure invoices accurately reflect services rendered.
  • Serve as a liaison with other API departments, industry representatives, standards developing organizations and other groups in order to advance API’s Mission through its standards and technology objectives.

Skills, experience and education

  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three to five years of experience in engineering or other scientific discipline, standards management or a related technical environment.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, facilitative and program management skills, and excellent written and verbal communication skills. A demonstrated ability to analyze and synthesize complex issues and their broader implications for less technical audiences is essential.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities, work in an entrepreneurial environment, operate with latitude for unreviewed actions or decisions, and resolve problems without assistance when appropriate.
  • A broad understanding of petroleum industry operations including knowledge of exploration and production operations, the oil refining industry, oil and gas pipeline operations and petroleum measurement.
  • Ability to manage complex issues and the ability to apply this knowledge in a practical manner, and/or understand key aspects of standards development process and possess a familiarity with the work and organization of other industry-related standards developing groups (such as ANSI, ASME, ASTM, IEEE, ISA, IEC/ISO, AGA and GPA).

Supervisory responsibility and key relationship

Maintain close communications with committee and subgroup officers to achieve program objectives. Share information and coordinate efforts within API to maintain appropriate coordination. Manage contracted technical experts to deliver projects on time and budget.

How to Apply

Please apply online:

Job Title: Standards Engineer, National Aerospace Standards (NAS) program
Company Name: Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
City: Arlington, VA
Type: Full Time
Posted: 01/26/18

Position Summary:

The Standards Engineer supports AIA’s National Aerospace Standards program. A significant portion of the NAS library contains industry part standards and specifications for components and fasteners that are used in commercial and military aircraft, spacecraft, shipbuilding, and heavy machinery, maintained by the National Aerospace Standards Committee (NASC).

This position provides engineering support to the NASC to maintain the NAS collection through a mandatory 5-year review process. The process includes reviewing 1300 active standards over a 5-year period and assisting the committee to reaffirm, revise, stabilize, or withdraw each standard.

The Standards Engineer is also responsible for managing and responding to technical questions on the NAS standards, maintaining a proposed change log for each standard, and providing technical support to the NASC steering group.

This position reports directly to the Director, Standardization.

Core Duties and Responsibilities:

Typical Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Reviewing approximately 20-25 standards each month using a set of criteria for the 5-year review, making a recommendation on each standard to reaffirm, revise, stabilize, or cancel, preparing each standard for committee vote, and addressing comments received on the standard during voting.
  • Maintaining and updating project information in AIA’s Standards Management Portal (SharePoint environment); responding to comments within AIA’s Higher Logic Workspace.
  • Fielding standards related technical inquiries to AIA in a timely way.

Support of the National Aerospace Standards Program Activities as follows:

  • Attend and support the NASC meetings 3 times per year.
  • Support NASC Steering Committee by conducting engineering research and preparing responses to inquiries from industry in consultation with Steering Committee.
  • Assist NAS Manager in review of standards before final publication monthly.

Qualifications and Experience:

Experience Required

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience working as an engineer or standards experience required; additional experience preferred
  • Demonstrated project management experience required
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with internal and external teams


  • 4-year mechanical engineering degree (BSME)

Special Skills or Requirements:

  • Capable of creating 2D and 3D CAD drawings
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, and AutoCAD LT, and SolidWorks
  • Some domestic travel required (<10% annually)

How to Apply

Aerospace Industries Association
1000 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1700, Arlington, VA 22209
703.358.1000 (to submit resumes)

Job Title: Boiler Inspector
Company Name:
City: Milwaukee, WI
Type: Full Time
Posted: 12/14/17


Under the direction of the Building Construction Inspection Division Manager, the Boiler Inspector periodically conducts inspections of new and existing boilers and pressure vessels internally and externally to ensure compliance with applicable codes; investigates complaints for violations of city ordinances and zoning codes; examines and approves HVAC plans and issues permits; and facilitates resolution of complex issues related to HVAC systems.

Required or Special Skills

  • Eligibility for an Authorized Inspector (AI) Commission by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors Commission, specifically as follows: a high school education (12 years or equivalent educational system) PLUS at least 5 credit points based upon the combination of education and experience in the pressure equipment industry as described on our website:
  • Commission and certifications earned within twelve months of appointment:

How to Apply

We would like to direct all applicants to our online applicant system via the following link:

Job Title: Assistant Executive Director
Company Name: IOAS
City: Dickinson, ND
Type: Full Time
Posted: 12/13/17


IOAS is seeking an Assistant Executive Director to join its team.

The IOAS is a mission driven non-profit organisation incorporated in North Dakota, USA with staff based in the USA, Argentina, Armenia, Brazil, Germany, Spain, Slovenia and the United Kingdom. We work in the field of assessment of bodies engaged in inspection and certification of organic and sustainable agriculture and related fields. Our work in oversight of conformity assessment assists in the development of various private and regulatory schemes by enhancing fairness for producers and building trust in ‘eco-labels’ by consumers.

We work with an increasing number of scheme owners (COSMOS, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, European Commission, Global GAP, GOTS, IFOAM, NATRUE, Textile Exchange) and the accreditation and assessment services we provide cover organic agriculture, sustainable agriculture, organic textiles, organic and natural cosmetics, recycled products, animal welfare claims, fair trade, social compliance and food safety.

The day-to-day work of the IOAS (including assessment visits) is performed by 13 staff with support from a number of contracted assessors and technical experts. For more information about our work, please visit

We are looking to appoint an exceptional individual with in-depth knowledge and experience of conformity assessment, preferably in the food safety and/or organic sector, as Assistant Executive Director.

The Position

  • The Assistant Executive Director (AED) is appointed by and reports to the Executive Directors.
  • Duties: The AED will support both the Executive Director (Business) and the Executive Director (Operations) over the 9 portfolios of IOAS activity: Business Development, External Representation, Finance, Human Resources, IT, Legal & Company, Programme Management, Projects and Quality Management. As a general guide the work will be split 50:50 between the ‘Business’ and ‘Operations’ aspects of IOAS work.
  • The AED may be required to perform/assist at on-site visits of certification organisations to gain a good understanding of the assessment work that the IOAS conducts. Other travel obligations include periodic training sessions, participation in trade shows and liaison with existing and new potential IOAS business partners. Travel commitment is estimated at around 50 days per year with any single period of travel unlikely to be more than 2 weeks.


The successful applicant is likely to have a degree level qualification in agriculture or food related topics and/or have management experience including financial management in a mission driven non-profit organisation. Specific experience in the organic and sustainability sector and in some aspect of conformity assessment (inspection, certification, and accreditation) is essential. Experience with food safety conformity assessment is highly desirable. A track record of working internationally in different cultural environments would be an asset.

Applicants must be able to work on their own as well as part of a team, enjoy seeking out new opportunities and have good inter personal skills. Fluency in spoken and written English is essential and at least one other language highly desirable as is a willingness to travel. Unless the successful applicant wishes to work in our North Dakota office, they are expected to work from their own office, which will require good communication links and good internet speeds and comfort with remote working.

Preference will be given to applicants based in the USA. Successful applicants based in the USA will be hired as full employees with benefits. Persons from outside the USA will be selfemployed under contract. Self-employed persons will be expected to provide their own office equipment although expenses will cover all consumables. The salary will be fixed in the home currency and will be commensurate with experience but expected to be in the range of US $50 – 60,000 per annum.

How to Apply

Anticipated starting date: April to May, 2018.

If interested please submit a letter of application with a curriculum vitae citing 3 referees to Susan Hepper at at the latest by January 31, 2018.

If you want more information or wish to discuss the position in more detail you may send an email to the IOAS Executive Director (Business), Ken Commins at


Need an Intern? ANSI to Expand Careers Page to Include Standardization Community Internships

As a service to our members and constituents in the U.S. standards and conformity assessment community, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) provides an online career network.

Available at, the page includes ANSI staff positions and contractual opportunities, as well as positions with ANSI member organizations.

With guidance from ANSI's Committee on Education, the careers page is now being revitalized to include internship opportunities as well.

ANSI members and other standardization community stakeholders are invited to send any internship opportunities to ANSI for inclusion in the new site. The posting is free and it’s easy to do – just follow the brief instructions and send the internship position to

As ANSI receives positions for posting, the careers page will be updated to include a new section dedicated to internship opportunities.

Questions? Contact Liz Neiman, senior director of communications and public relations, at

Job Title: Noblis Summer Internship Program
Company Name:
Job city: Falls Church, VA
Type: Paid Internship
40 hrs a week for the 8 week period,
June 1 to July 24,
$16-25 depending on school year
Job posted: 02/09/15


Guided and mentored by our expert staff (including former interns!), Noblis summer interns augment their classroom learning with hands on project work in:

  • Modeling and simulation
  • Cyber security
  • Systems engineering
  • Computer science
  • Biometric technologies
  • Life and chemical/biological sciences
  • Telecommunications (including wireless technologies)
  • Networks
  • Data/Knowledge management
  • Corporate business operations, e.g., finance and accounting, human resources/organizational development, information technology, event planning/coordination.

Your contributions will make an enduring impact in the areas of National Security & Intelligence; Enterprise Transformation; Environmental Sustainability; Transportation (Air and Ground); Health Care Innovation; Noblis Sponsored Research; and Corporate Business Operations.

Noblis is consistently recognized as a "Great Place to Work" and "One of the Best Mid-Sized Companies to Work For" by Washingtonian Magazine, Entrepreneur and The Great Place to Work Institute. Noblis maintains a drug-free, smoke-free workplace and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


What you bring to the table:

  • Proof of Permanent Residency or U.S. citizenship status;
  • A GPA of 3.3 or higher in your undergraduate, graduate or doctoral studies;
  • Demonstrated analytical skills, strong written and oral communication skills and team work skills.

Students majoring in Computer Science, Software Engineering or a related major will possess skills such as:

  • knowledge of software development processes and tooling, e.g., agile development, scrum;
  • experience with web 2.0 technologies (JavaScript, HTML 5, Google Web Toolkit, Ruby on Rails);
  • experience with version control systems and techniques, e.g., Subversion, Git, MS TFS;
  • experience with software architecture (UML, etc), system administration, network administration.

Noblis does not provide temporary housing or subsidize the cost of temporary housing for summer interns. We recommend George Mason University (

Please apply through our external website:

Job Title: Standardization Community Internships
Company Name:
Job city: Washington D.C.
Type: Paid Internship
Job posted: 02/09/15


Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE)

Each year, outstanding engineering students are selected to spend nine weeks in Washington, D.C., learning about the public policy process, including how government officials make decisions on complex technological issues and how engineers can contribute to legislative and regulatory public policy decisions.

9 weeks each summer

Must be at least a Junior/Senior level student attending college

Visit to submit an application (Deadline is December 31 each year)

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