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National Review is accepting applications for its fall internship in Washington, D.C. The intern will work in our bureau on Capitol Hill. He or she will primarily conduct research, but may also have opportunities to write and report. The intern will also frequently interact with editors, lawmakers, and political figures. The ideal candidate is an upper-level college student with an excellent academic record who is available 20 to 30 hours per week. An upbeat and professional attitude is required, as is deep interest in national political affairs. If you wish to apply, please send a cover letter and résumé (no writing samples needed) to mpeace@nationalreview.com by September 6. 

 

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