January 4, 2012 | By Maira Sutton

Apply for the Google Policy Fellowship and Work with EFF This Summer!

If you’re a student passionate about what we do here at EFF, what better way to spend your summer than to work with us on Internet and tech policy? 2012 is the 5th year we’ve offered the Google Policy Fellowship, an opportunity for undergraduate, graduate, and law students to work alongside the international Policy team on projects advancing debate on key public policy issues.

EFF is looking for someone who shares our passion for the free and open Internet, digital civil liberties, privacy, and consumer rights. Applicants must have strong research skills, the ability to produce thoughtful original policy analysis, and a talent for communicating with many different types of audiences.

Accepted applicant(s) will receive a $7,500 stipend for their 10-week long Fellowship. For more information on the Fellowship’s focus and the areas of work where you can get involved, go here.  Applications must be received by February 3, 2012 midnight Pacific time. We will review applications and Google will inform you of acceptance on February 24, 2012.

To apply today, follow this link.


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