Title:                           KIDS COUNT Intern

Reports to:                 Policy Manager

Start Date:                 Position available until filled, to last Academic Term or summer

Hours:                        15–25 hours per week, between the hours of 9am –5pm

Compensation:          This is an UNPAID Internship, but CAHS is willing to work with academic institutions to support credit-bearing internships

Available: Academic Year or Summer

Kids Count interns will work on publications for the organization’s Annie E. Casey Kids Count project. Publications include policy briefs, issues briefs, research papers, and a data book. Kids Count interns will conduct research, enter data, write papers, and participate in professional development opportunities sponsored by a national foundation.

This internship is a very exciting opportunity for anyone interested in child well-being research and policy, advocacy, and data analysis.  We value our interns and the contributions and creativity they can bring to our organization.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Research areas of interest for the organization;
  • Assist in the writing of policy briefs, research papers and the data book;
  • Attend relevant meetings and conferences;


  • Strong writing and organizational skills
  • Knowledge and interest in public policy

To Apply:

Please send a resume and cover letter to Elizabeth Fraser, Policy Manager, at 

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