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Environment and Infrastructure Intern
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Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. | Washington, DC
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Job Description

Environment and Infrastructure Intern

Key Role:

Contribute to various projects through environmental data analysis, visualization, policy assessment, and reporting. Support the successful delivery of client work by effectively working on a team. Maintain good communication and responsiveness.

Basic Qualifications:

* Experience with policy research, technical writing, outreach, public presentations, or legal briefings
* Knowledge of public policy, environmental engineering, sustainability, aviation, and/or aerospace
* Ability to pay strict attention to detail
* Ability to work effectively on a team
* Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
* Rising junior pursuing a BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:

* Experience with Microsoft Office, Tableau, Microsoft Excel, and other scripting languages, including Python or R
* Experience with public speaking and giving presentations
* Pursuing BA or BS degree in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Studies, Government, Public Policy, Earth Sciences, or a related field

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About Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Booz Allen Hamilton has been at the forefront of management consulting for businesses and governments for more than 80 years. Booz Allen combines strategy with technology and insight with action, working with clients to deliver results today that endure tomorrow. With 11,000 employees on six continents, the firm generates annual sales of $2 billion.