The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) is seeking a part-time Spring Intern. Primary tasks include researching trends in the internet industry and technology policy, maintaining the Global Resource and Information Directory, and writing blog posts for FOSI’s Good Digital Parenting initiative. Interns will also have the opportunity to attend and report on a variety of events around the D.C. area including research presentations, government workshops, and other Hill events.
Interns typically work 2-3 days per week in FOSI’s Washington, DC office, dates and hours are flexible. The position is unpaid, but a lunch and travel subsidy are provided. FOSI is happy to work with any college or university to provide academic credit for the internship.
Other responsibilities may include,
Researching developments in online safety and privacy including sexting, the internet of things, cyber-bullying, children’s data privacy, broadband responsibility, social media trends, and digital citizenship.
Creating “How To” online safety tutorials and other educational materials for parents and instructors.
Tracking legislation, background information, and preparing briefing documents on emerging digital policy issues.
Editing videos, images, publications, and FOSI communications
Assisting with communications and promotion of FOSI’s research on social media and other platforms.
Assisting with other special projects that help parents, teens and teachers get the most out of the Internet
How To Apply
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to ------------ with the subject line "Spring 2020 Internship Application."