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    Thank you for your interest in hosting an intern from The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) Academic Internship Programs! Please complete the fields below to help us learn more about the type of intern position(s) you are seeking to fill and skills required. Any questions about The Fund for American Studies and our internship placement process may be directed to U.S. Prorgams Director Joe Starrs at jstarrs@TFAS.org or 202.986.0384.
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    • Intern Schedule Acknowledgement

      • In addition to completing internships, students participating in The Fund for American Studies summer programs are taking between 3-9 credit hours from George Mason University, and attending a series of required and optional special events and site briefings throughout the summer. Our students are available to intern between 30-35 hours a week and in general intern on the following schedule during the summer:
        • Mondays - 9:00am - 5:00pm
        • Tuesdays - 9:00am - 3:00pm
        • Wednesdays - 9:00am - 5:00pm
        • Thursdays - 9:00am - 5:00pm
        • Fridays - No Internship Hours (Students may intern in the afternoons as determined by the student and site)

        Several required site briefings will be scheduled during normal internship hours, but most programming events will be scheduled on Friday afternoons or will be optional. 
    • Volunteer Opportunities
      • TFAS has several other opportunities open to Washington, DC professionals to become involved in our programs. Please let us know if you are interested in participating in any of these ways.

        Small Group Meetings: 5-10 Students meet with a professional to learn more about what it's like to work in the field, what type of education and/or experience is needed, and to receive career and job seeking tips. 
        Guest Lectures and Professional Development Seminars: TFAS plans guest lectures and professional development seminars throughout the summer that focus on various policy issues, industries and career-building topics.
        Mentor Program: Working professionals are matched with students to serve as another point of contact for the summer. Mentors are asked to meet with students at least twice during the summer and to provide professional advice about how to succeed in Washington and beyond. 
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