Office of Investment Policy—Environmental Impact Analysis InternshipThe Office of Investment Policy (OIP) analyzes proposed investment projects to ensure their eligibility for OPIC assis-tance with regard to the agency's policies on worker rights and environmental standards, employment and develop-ment and market effects; performs risk analyses and portfolio analyses; and monitors existing projects to assure continued adherence to contractual provisions and statutory requirements.ResponsibilitiesAs an Environmental Impact Analysis Intern with OIP, you will:Identify, collect and provide in-depth analyses of the potential environmental and social impacts of international projects in developing nations and markets under consideration for OPIC support in the areas of debt finance, insurance or equity finance using international guidelines and standards. Projects include a wide range of industries, such as renewable energy, manufacturing, construction and financial intermediaries.Assess potential environmental and social impacts of projects and ensure appropriate mitigation measures are included in a project's environmental and social action plan;Assist in making recommendations to OPIC management regarding project eligibility and conditionality on environmental and social grounds, and specify environmental and social conditions of default to be included in OPIC finance, insurance and investment fund agreements;Conduct research on important environmental and social policy issues related to emerging technologies, environmental variability and social outcomes.EligibilityApplicants must be enrolled part-time or full-time in an accredited institution pursuing an advanced degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Policy, Environmental Law and Policy, Energy Law, Natural Resources, Economics, Sociology, or a related field. Successful completion of a background investigation is also required.How to ApplyTo apply for this internship, you must submit a complete Application Package to email@example.com with Environmental Impact in the subject line, which includes:1. Your Resume2. Your Unofficial Transcript3. OPIC Internship Letter of Interest (use the form found at https://www.opic.gov/who-we-are/careers/developmental-opportunities)Applicants must submit a resume, unofficial transcript and a letter of interest to Interns@opic.gov with Environmental Impact in the subject line in order to be considered for placement. Incomplete packages or e-mails without the specific internship program name in the subject line will not be considered. Please submit an application for each program of interest. Applications are accepted year-round.Overseas Private Investment Corporation1100 New York Avenue, NW | Washington, D.C. 20527RECRUITER@OPIC.