The Coudriet Public Policy Fellow helps the Commission improve the overall quality of its decisions and recommendations by researching and reporting on relevant public policy matters — such as best practices in liquor licensing, zoning matters, and historic preservation, or legislation and public policy that affects the neighborhood.
The Coudriet Public Policy Fellow receives a stipend each semester.
The expected time commitment is 5-10 hours per week, or 20-25 hours per month.
The fellow will: Assist the Commission in making more informed public policy decisions. Learn and report on best practices in city government and regulation – including transportation, zoning, historic preservation, alcohol control, public space usage, and other areas. Provide input on new legislation, regulations, and other public policy initiatives in DC. …and more!
Interested applicants for this intern positions should contact Chairperson Will Stephens, Vice Chairperson Noah Smith, and the current Jeff Coudriet Memorial Fellow Daniel Warwick with a resume and statement of interest by July 15, 2014.
Our Public Policy Fellowship is named in honor of Jeff Coudriet, former legislative staff member for Ward 2 Council Member Jack Evans’ office.