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Hunt Intern
The Institute for Emerging Issues (IEI) at North Carolina State University invites applications for the Governor and Mrs. James B. Hunt Internship Program. This is a program for NC State undergraduates who are interested in a career in public service and/or public policy. There is one position available for the 23-24 academic year.

BAND-NC Project Specialist
The Project Specialist will assist in managing the Building a New Digital Economy in North Carolina (BAND-NC) program’s goal to have a digital inclusion plan for all 100 counties in North Carolina. The project requires a person who has a strong interest in digital equity & inclusion as well as community development. For the next two years, this position will organize and coordinate the program’s work with regional planning organizations, including in-person and virtual events, technical assistance, and grant management.

Hunt Internship Program

Young leaders are our future, and the Institute for Emerging Issues fosters North Carolina’s future public policy leaders through its Hunt Internship Program. The program provides a paid, yearlong internship to an NC State University undergraduate interested in a public policy career.

Hunt Intern Shevani Mehta and Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. sit together in conversation.
The first Hunt Intern, Shevani Mehta (left) and Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. (right).