My Two Census

Formerly the non-partisan watchdog of the 2010 US Census, and currently an opinion blog that covers all things political, media, foreign policy, globalization, and culture…but sometimes returning to its census/demographics roots.


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Contributors: seeks political scientists, historians, statisticians, demographers, economists, lawyers, videographers, photographers, investigative journalists, Washington insiders, U.S. Census Bureau employees, and average census-taking Americans to contribute to this site. Please contact MyTwoCensus @

Interns: offers a number of internship positions.

These positions are available throughout the year. Internships are unpaid. In some cases, students can receive school credit for their internships. Most interns will telecommute.

Applicants living in/near Washington, D.C. are strongly encouraged to apply.

Students interested in an internship position should e-mail a resume to MyTwoCensus @ Any questions should also be sent to that address.

Intern tasks consist of the following:

Research: Work on any of the ongoing investigations that MyTwoCensus is actively conducting.

Editorial. Learn the ins-and-outs of publishing by working with the Executive Editor of this blog. Also, learn about such tasks as fact-checking, research, proofreading, advertising, and subscription efforts.

Videography: Want to break into documentary film/broadcast journalism? The MyTwoCensus team is ready to help you pick a topic, create a piece, and distribute it around the world.

Web Publishing: Help maintain, develop, and expand this website.

Public Relations/Marketing: Help spread the word about

Fundraising: Learn how a non-profit watchdog organization raises funds for operations and projects from individuals, foundations, and others.