Careers & Internships
Students and professionals are invited to apply for opportunities to work in support of the fellowship’s academically enriching research and in staff positions across key organizational areas.
The Hoover Institution provides a wide range of opportunities for students, policy makers on Capitol Hill and in the executive branch, military veterans, and media professionals to engage with the Hoover fellowship and broaden their perspectives on policy issues including international relations, economics, cybersecurity, health care, the environment, and more.
Learn more about visiting the Hoover Institution’s campuses at Stanford University and in Washington, DC, accessing research materials in our world-renowned Library & Archives, and attending public events.
David & Joan Traitel Building & Rental Information
The David and Joan Traitel Building houses the administrative headquarters and conference facilities of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Staff offices are on the top floor. The ground floor features the 400-seat Hauck Auditorium, named in honor of Everett “Sparky” Hauck and his wife, Jane; and Blount Hall, a dining and multipurpose room for 440 people, named in honor of Bill Blount.
Hoover Daily Report
The Hoover Daily Report (HDR) is a compendium of links to commentary and analysis by Hoover fellows in newspapers, journals, television and radio broadcasts, podcasts, and other forms of media. The HDR highlights the breadth and depth of Hoover’s scholarship and its impact on policy formation. Subscribe here to receive a free copy in your email inbox every weekday morning.
Find information here on contacting the Hoover Institution’s departments, conducting research at the Library & Archives, visiting Hoover at Stanford University and in Washington, DC, renting our spaces for private events, learning about career opportunities, and subscribing to our various publications and email newsletters.