Each summer, NASI offers a select number of nationally competitive paid internships for students studying for or interested in careers in social insurance policy. The internships offer students access to NASI’s staff and membership, a group made up of the nation's leading experts on social insurance policy. NASI is uniquely qualified to provide students with challenging internship opportunities and provides interns with access to information and experience that cannot be found anywhere else in the country.
Our internship programs cover a wide array of policy areas including Health and Income Security Policy (Washington Internship), Aging and Long-term Care Policy (Somers Internship), Disability Policy (Eileen Sweeney Internship), and Non-profit Management (Nathan J. Stark Internship). The programs consist of a 12-week summer semester internship that usually spans May to August, depending on the student’s college schedule. Students receive a $3,500 honorarium for their internship experience and academic credit may be arranged through the intern’s college or university. International Students with valid student visas are encouraged to apply and can be placed with non-governmental organizations, if placement projects match their skills and interests.
The Academy has a number of internship opportunities available for the Fall of 2015 and the Spring of 2016. Please see our Employment Opportunities page for details. Stay tuned for information on the Academy's 2016 Summer Internship Program.
The National Academy of Social Insurance is pleased to offer two writing prizes which recognize superb scholarship:
Each award is bestowed at NASI's annual policy research conference in Washington, D.C.