CLOSUP in the Classroom - Internships
CLOSUP supports summer internships which are administered by the Ford School's Graduate Career Services Office. These internships place Master's students with state and local government offices and other external organizations working on state and local public policy issues, and are part of the School's Master's program which requires internships between the first and second years of study at the School.
See more about the CLOSUP internship program in this Ford School news article
Listed below is the most recent CLOSUP intern, from the summer of 2018. A list of prior interns, is available here.
Anne conducted research this summer for the National Conference of State Legislatures' Energy Research Program through a CLOSUP funded internship. She is earning her M.P.P. at the Ford School. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Government and French from Franklin & Marshall College and has since worked to advance progressive policy in Washington, DC and Chicago, IL. Anne is interested in how local and state energy policy can facilitate access to renewable energy technologies for low- and moderate-income households.