The ONDCP Student Internship Program falls under the Executive Office of the President’s Paid Student Internship Program. ONDCP’s internship program is structured to challenge and reward a select number of students from across the country during three annual internship sessions: Spring, Summer, and Fall.
The goal of the program is to allow students to gain an outstanding educational and work experience within various components of ONDCP. The program is intended to provide selected students with knowledge, tools, skills, and real-life work experiences that they can readily apply to future challenges and professional pursuits.
This internship opportunity provides an unparalleled experience for a student who wishes to make a meaningful contribution to ONDCP’s dynamic policy coordination work as the agency advances the President’s National Drug Control Strategy.
Students may apply for an ONDCP internship here. Please note that application windows for each internship session rotate throughout the year.
The ONDCP Office of General Counsel (OGC) serves as the designated agency ethics office. OGC provides legal advice and counsel on a full range of ethics matters including avoiding conflicts of interest, gift rules and filing public and confidential financial disclosure reports among others. If you would like to request public financial disclosure reports filed by ONDCP staff, please submit OGE Form 201 to firstname.lastname@example.org. OGC will process requests for public financial disclosure reports in accordance with 5 U.S.C. App. § 105.
Media Campaign Contract Award
ONDCP awarded a contract for a National Media Campaign aimed at young adults to advance the President’s Unity Agenda Strategy to beat the overdose epidemic by raising awareness about the dangers of synthetic drugs and how to prevent overdose deaths with naloxone. ONDCP determined that sole source action was necessary, given the urgency of the public health issue with over 108,000 overdose deaths in the United States in 2021.
The award was issued to the Ad Council on September 29, 2022.
How to make a FOIA Request to ONDCP
Requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) can be submitted by email to FOIA@ondcp.eop.gov; sent by fax at (202) 395-5543; or mailed to:
Office of Legal Counsel, Office of National Drug Control Policy
Attn: Chief FOIA Officer
1800 G Street NW
Washington DC 20005
ONDCP’s Public Liaison and Chief FOIA Officer Anthony Jones and the manager of its FOIA Requestor Center Sandy Slater can be reached at (202) 395-6622.
Quarterly FOIA Reports
Annual FOIA Reports
Chief FOIA Officer Reports
Frequently Requested Records
Application of Equity in U.S. Drug Policy