Gingrich 360 is looking for interns for Summer 2021. As part of this once in a lifetime experience, interns will get to take a deep dive into world of Gingrich 360 – where politics, history, and media intersect. Interns will gain invaluable career experience by learning firsthand from Speaker Gingrich and his team, conducting research in a variety of fields, drafting briefs and outlines, producing content for television and social media, and attending team and board meetings.
Located in Arlington, Virginia – just outside of Washington, DC – Gingrich 360 is a consulting, education, and media production group that is the base of operations for Speaker Newt Gingrich. Gingrich 360 produces historical, and public and foreign policy focused books, newsletters, documentaries, and podcasts. Gingrich 360 also creates television, audio, digital, and social media content for Speaker Gingrich that covers a broad range of subjects and reaches millions of people in America and around the world.
This paid internship begins in June and ends in August/September 2021 (start and end dates are flexible). Due to the nature of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, interns will have the option to work remotely and will be expected to accommodate Eastern time zone business hours. Gingrich 360 abides by the guidance set forth by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
**IMPORTANT NOTE: Stipends for such opportunities are being provided by the generous support of the William F. Buckley Jr. Program, an organization dedicated for the advancement of intellectual diversity at Yale. A stipend of $4,000 will come with each internship, to be used to cover students’ travel, living, and any other potential expenses.