Princeton Gerrymandering Project

The Princeton Gerrymandering Project uses data, law, and math to fight against gerrymandering in the United States. Interns will be given the chance to assist our staff in one of these fields, and to gain knowledge of redistricting, politics, and current events, in addition to a thorough grounding in the basics of statistics and electoral law. 

City/State

Princeton, NJ

Internship Description (2 Available Internships)

Interns will focus on the fields of legal research, mathematical analysis, and data analysis during their time with us. They will also develop a working knowledge of the political landscape and the possibility of lasting change within the redistricting field.

Second intern could also focus on the fields of legal research, mathematical analysis, and data analysis during their time with us. They will also develop a working knowledge of the political landscape and the possibility of lasting change within the redistricting field. 

# of weeks Required Dates Start Time End Time Public Transportation Housing  Format
10 Flexible  9:30am  5:30pm Yes No Hybrid

Housing Information

This will likely be an on-campus internship, or a virtual one. Housing will not be required.

Internship Qualifications

  • Successful interns will join a team with varied backgrounds including field organizing, law, and math. They will gain experience with data analytics, outreach, and advocacy. Familiarity with any of these before the internship would be beneficial, but not required. 

Writing Sample Required

None

Special Requirements

None