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Sep 17
TOUR
The Disorder of Discourse by Fanny de Chaillé Frederick P. Rose Auditorium 41 Cooper Square
Sep 17
Film
The War is Over Embassy of France - La Maison Française 4101 Reservoir Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007
Sep18
Nov3
Exhibition
Paroxysm of Sublime by FLAX at LACE 6522 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Innovation Policy Internship Program

The Innovation Policy Internship Program offers a unique way for American students to engage in renowned public institutions in France and to immerse themselves in a multicultural team to solve complex problems in a short period of time.

In 2019 selected students have been able to choose among the following internship topics:

Toulouse

Occitanie Regional Government Offices
- How can regional government incentivize the renovation of tourist locations?

Occitanie Region
- How to use big data ethically to improve the training-to-job pipeline in Occitanie?
- How to help consumers make nutritional choices that take into consideration environmental impact, food quality, locally-sourced products, and budgetary constraints? 

Haute-Garonne Regional Council
- How can digital technolgies promote gender equality?

Toulouse University Hospital
- How to improve patient access to health services through a coordinated healthcare platform?

La Dépêche du Midi – Dépêche du Midi regional newspaper
- How can the website of a regional newspaper can help identify fake news?

Strasbourg

The European Ombudsman
- How to guarantee transparency of European institutions?

Strasbourg City / Eurometropolis
Sports Division
- How can a city hosting the Olympic Games ensure that the event is "sustainable"?

Development Division
- How to better engage all citizens, in particular the most isolated, to contribute to public policymaking?

Strasbourg University Hospital
- How to co-design public spaces within hospitals?

Internships are unpaid, candidates are encouraged to apply for funding through their school.