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Who Can Apply?

Core Requirements

  • A college degree plus two years of relevant research experience. A graduate degree in a related field can be substituted for two years’ work experience.
  • Strong quantitative and writing skills.
  • Demonstrated interest in working on public policies affecting low-income communities, communities of color, and LGBTQ communities, and policies with implications for racial equity.
  • A commitment to racial justice work.
  • The ability to work on multiple tasks both independently and as part of a highly collaborative team, often on a time-sensitive basis.
  • Familiarity with state tax policy issues and concepts is an advantage, but not required.
  • A two-year commitment is expected — candidates must be eligible to work full time in the United States for the duration of the program.

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