USTelecom is the leading voice of the broadband innovation industry. Our members have long demonstrated their multi-billion-dollar commitment to building the networks that connect communities to the power and promise of high-speed internet and to deploying the transformative new services and technologies, they enable. The association’s mission is to advance broadband’s future and create business opportunities for our members, our affiliates, and our partners. Working with some of the world’s most dynamic, forward-looking companies – urban and rural, publicly traded and privately held – we are leading the national technology and innovation conversation and redefining policy advocacy for the 21st century.
Job Description: USTelecom is seeking to hire an intern to assist the Cybersecurity Department in a variety of research activities that result in written reports or presentation materials. The intern should be able to review and summarize cybersecurity, technology, and policy issues; produce charts, graphs, and spreadsheets; develop PowerPoint presentations; assist with research and fact gathering; and perform other duties as assigned. The intern will work under the direction of the Department head for 15 hours per week at our office in DC. Day and hours are flexible based on the candidate’s schedule and the needs of the Department.
- Be full-time secondary or post-secondary students
- Be in good academic standing
- Be enrolled at an accredited institution
- Demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills
USTelecom offers a paid internship with a collaborative team oriented work environment, and a Metro-accessible location in Washington DC. Interested candidates may submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to [email protected] with “Intern” in the subject line. No phone calls please.
USTelecom takes pride in our commitment to being an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status.