Intern with ARSA

ARSA Works, and So Can You

Aircraft-in-Hangar-2Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C., the firm that manages ARSA, is always accepting law and graduate student applications for its internship program. Interns will gain first-hand knowledge of the legislative and regulatory process and get a behind-the-scenes look at public policy and the impact it has on critical sectors of the economy. Interns will monitor developments in the nation’s capital, draft content for various publications, conduct research on a variety of  policy issues, attend industry and congressional events and play a hands-on role in support of the aviation maintenance industry.

Applicants must work well in a team setting and demonstrate independence and initiative in achieving specific tasks and overall objectives, in addition to possessing excellent written and verbal communication skills. Compensation and/or school credit is available, and hours are flexible to accommodate student schedules.

Submit the interest form below and the administrative team will help you through the full application process. The association (and firm) always accepts applications; if there are no internship positions available the team will offer assistance reviewing application documents and/or discussing the industry to promote further career development.

Schaeffler Aerospace