Council’s Graduating Summer Intern Class Ready to Shape the Future
With workforce development a top policy priority for the Bay Area Council, we are proud to offer a year-round Internship Program for collegiate juniors, seniors and grad students. Designed to be a fully immersive, educational experience, the program seeks self-motivated, talented students with a zeal for public policy, government relations and business. Interns gain valuable experience in the areas of policy research and analysis, program design, global trade and investment, event management, media and communications, marketing, business development and foundation work among other areas. The goal of the program is to create a culture and work environment where interns feel highly valued and equally rewarded; they can explore their interests, grow their passions and launch career paths while receiving the mentoring and skills necessary to compete in today’s workforce. Through the Council’s events and meetings, interns have the opportunity to meet and engage with members, elected leaders, policy makers and other key stakeholder groups shaping the future of public policy in the region.
The Bay Area Council extends its deepest thanks to this summer’s talented, passionate and enthusiastic class of interns!
- Leandra Ramlo, University of California, Berkeley
- Christina Ralston, Cornell University
- Adam Singer, Claremont Mckenna College
- Shaelyn Bowyer, Sonoma State University
- Olivia Gingold, UC Berkeley
- Mostyn Fero, UC Berkley
- Sean McKenna, Caltech
This accomplished group of rockstars provided invaluable support across the organization, directly benefitting the Council’s ambitious public policy agenda, global initiatives programming, Economic Institute research reports, member engagement activities, business development efforts, and more.
To learn more about the Council’s Internship Program and application process, please visit Bay Area Council Careers.