Public Policy Intern


Job Description

Posted on: 
February 9, 2024

Intuit is looking for an academically strong and highly motivated graduate student to serve as an intern in our Global Corporate Affairs Department. Intuit is an equal opportunity employer. The intern program is designed to enhance the careers of students from diverse backgrounds, including those from underrepresented groups, and those with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Although not required, prior work experience in a company/corporate setting is a plus. The intern would be hired for the upcoming summer 2024 season.


Intuit’s Global Corporate Affairs team supports numerous areas, including Government Relations and Political Affairs, Philanthropy, Stakeholder Engagement, Public Affairs, Global Public Policy, and Tax Expertise. The group is involved in many issues including tax, privacy, data protection, artificial intelligence, financial services, and small business for Intuit and its global operations. This intern will work under the supervision of a Sr. Manager, Global Policy and Regulatory Affairs.


The objective of the internship is to provide the intern with practical, hands-on, cross functional experience of a corporate affairs operation. The intern will have an assigned supervisor to learn the practical aspects of navigating successfully in a fast paced, global in-house company.


  • Draft memos through research and analysis on emerging public policy trends/emerging issues (e.g., manipulative patterns, bank partnerships, AI) that could impact Intuit.
  • Strategic research and analysis at the state and federal level: draft advocacy/public affairs plans. For example, research state/Congressional/global lawmakers to target for outreach for a policy education
  • Analyze proposed legislation and impact to Intuit. For example, summarize and analyze privacy bills compared to our privacy priorities.
  • Assist with political affairs engagement planning, strategy, and execution including but not limited to drafting talking points and letters, or issue reports.
  • Support launch of research and development projects.
  • Attend and write-up analysis of legislative hearings, engagements with our trade associations and consultants.
  • Hands on experience in a dynamic in-house corporate affairs department and exposure to the in-house Legal and Compliance departments.
  • Participate on other key priorities and special projects.
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