Steeve Simbert, a State Department and former congressional staffer, is the author of The Young Leader’s Guide to Internships, Scholarships, and Fellowships in Washington, D.C., and Beyond. This book, which includes useful information for anyone seeking to get their foot in the door in Washington, D.C., is available for order on Amazon.
The guide features career advice, including how to prepare for job interviews, how to develop application materials such as a résumé and cover letter, and how to ace an interview. Also included in the e-book are over 800 internship and fellowship opportunities, as well as advice on how to succeed in any internship or fellowship.
Simbert draws on his expertise in government, as well as his own experiences while working his way up the ranks, to help young people achieve their goals and dreams of working in the nation’s capital. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn from Simbert’s experiences as a D.C. insider!
Whether you’re interested in working in the government, industry, media, nonprofit, consulting, or law sector, The Young Leader’s Guide includes opportunities to gain professional experience. The guide offers information on internship and fellowship opportunities at major companies, including exciting opportunities at tech companies from Amazon to Youtube.
Women and minorities will benefit from the book’s chapter on diversity-related internships and fellowships intended to recruit and retain top talent. Members of the scientific community have the opportunity to gain insight on how to make it in D.C., and how to apply to internships and fellowships in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
The bottom line? If you’re interested in working in D.C., this is the book for you!
To gain access to career and life advice that one can only get from being a D.C. insider, as well as to read about over 800 fellowship, scholarship, and internship opportunities available to aspiring young leaders, check out Simbert’s new book, available now on Amazon at http://bit.ly/youngleadersguide.