FOREST FOUNDATION PAID NON-PROFIT SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Are you an avid participant in community service work around your college or home community? The Boston-based Forest Foundation is now accepting applications to our paid summer internship program–a cohort of 60 students, sophomores and juniors from diverse backgrounds working to make a difference in the lives of others through a 10 week summer-long fellowship.
We provide opportunities for undergraduate college students to gain experience in the non-profit world though paid internships and accompanying leadership development programs in the Greater Boston area. Interns engage in general operations of a host agency and learn critical skills for potential careers in the world of philanthropy.
You learn about the larger non-profit sector- and your role in it- along the way. You intern at an effective non-profit agency for 10 weeks, learning about the industry and mission from inside. You join a cohesive community of young people who, like you, want to change the world.
You gather with this community throughout the summer for days of networking, workshops, reflections, and professional development. You form a team with other interns and make real grants to actual Greater Boston non-profits.
And you will get compensated with $7,000 to do it!
Government Accountability Office (GAO) paid summer internship
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress. We accomplish our mission by providing objective and reliable information and analysis to the Congress, to federal agencies, and to the public, and recommending improvements, when appropriate, on a wide variety of issues to make government work better.
As a GAO intern, you will learn how to conduct federal audits and program evaluations and apply that knowledge as part of a team. You will assist GAO analysts in planning and conducting in-depth reviews of executive and legislative branch programs. You will collect appropriate data, analyze the data, develop data-based findings and conclusions, and present the information both orally and in writing to diverse audiences.
This opportunity comes highly recommended by a Midd alum! Check it out and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/691311100#
Be sure to apply soon after it opens because the position will close when it reaches 500 applications.
Privilege & Poverty Internship Application deadline extended
You can make a difference while working in law, immigration, health, food and nutrition, housing, and more. Placements are available here in Addison County and in other parts of the country.
The Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster offers cohort-based, summer internship opportunities locally in Addison County and nationally.
Local placements are 35 hours/week, paid positions, eligible for summer student housing on campus. National placements, administered by the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty, provide a stipend for the summer, and can include remote, in-person or hybrid placements. In-person national placements typically have cohort housing provided.
Our Privilege & Poverty Summer Internship student cohort meets weekly with P&P staff, faculty and community partners to discuss and reflect on their experiences, the intersections of their work, and the questions and insights that surface. In this way, our learning community extends beyond the classroom, combining theory and practice with the curiosity, insights and energy to improve both our learning and our work in the world.
Additionally, students accepted into this cohort program will enroll in a spring semester, 0.5-credit preparatory course prior to the summer internship, as well as a 0.5-credit fall semester capstone course following the summer internship.
Visit our website for program information and apply for an internship on Handshake!
Spring econ internship opportunity at AEI
This came in via a Midd alumna. She would be the one supervising you. Could be good for a graduating Feb!
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) seeks an in-person intern to provide research and administrative support for the Economic Policy Studies department. The intern will have the opportunity to do quantitative analysis, background research, fact-checking, and editing for articles and ongoing academic research projects on issues related to applied economics and public finance. The intern will also assist with live, in-person AEI events on timely public policy issues.
The ideal candidate will be a current undergraduate with a demonstrated interest in economics and public policy. Applicants should have Microsoft Excel experience and knowledge of intermediate econometrics and statistics, as well as official databases such as those of the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, US Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Familiarity with Stata, R, or Python is preferred but not required.
Apply here: https://internships-aei.icims.com/jobs/1953/spring-intern%3a-economic-policy-studies/job
Coro Fellowship now open – emerging leaders program in public service
The Coro Fellows Program develops emerging leaders to work and lead across different sectors by equipping them with knowledge, skills, and networks to accelerate positive change. We achieve our mission by:
- Honing communication and critical-thinking skills with an approach unlike those taught in any other professional or academic programs. This empowers you to build relationships faster and increase your impact.
- Exposing you to multiple sectors. By working across various industries, you directly experience whole-systems thinking that provides a tangible understanding of different paths to being effective.
- Providing a cohort structure that gives you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to practice complex decision-making and active feedback. This allows you to better lead across differences.
- Facilitating hands-on learning in real-life situations. This ensures you grow from your experience and develop the skills and confidence to tackle whatever issue or opportunity comes next.
Learn more here and prepare to apply by the deadline of January 8, 2023.
Intelligence Analyst in NY District Attorney Office
The New York County District Attorney’s Office has an immediate opening for an Intelligence Analyst in its Crime Strategies Unit (CSU).
The Crime Strategies Unit proactively gathers and analyzes crime data and intelligence to drive the Office’s strategies on crime reduction and public safety. Members of CSU work closely with the New York City Police Department to identify and study crime trends, as well as groups and individuals most responsible for driving crimes that impact our communities, including violent crime, theft, and fraud.
CSU also supports the mission of the Gun Violence Strategic Partnership, which brings together both state and federal law enforcement agencies to combat gun violence throughout New York City.
Learn more and apply in Handshake here.
Summer intern at think tank in NYC around all sorts of justice issues
The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve the systems of democracy and justice in the United States. We work to hold our political institutions and laws accountable to the twin American ideals of democracy and equal justice for all.
The Brennan Center’s work ranges from voting rights to campaign finance reform, from ending mass incarceration to preserving Constitutional protections in the fight against terrorism. Part think tank, part advocacy group, part cutting edge communications hub, we start with rigorous research. We craft innovative policies. And we fight for them – in Congress and the states, in the courts, and in the court of public opinion.
We are seeking interns to provide administrative and clerical support to staff in our New York office in our Democracy, Justice, Liberty & National Security, and Development Programs/Departments.
Check out the details and apply in Handshake here.
Learn about the securities market at the SEC
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) students and recent graduates programs offer an opportunity for students and recent graduates to become acquainted with the regulation of the securities market and the activities of the Commission. The SEC offers paid positions through the SEC Scholars Program, the Chair’s Attorney Honors Program, and the Pathways Programs.
“The SEC is more than a workplace. United by a core set of values, SEC staff members play a critical role–protecting investors, making markets fair and efficient, and helping companies grow.”
The SEC’s student and recent graduate programs offer positions in Washington, DC, and 11 other cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. Participants must be U.S. citizens. Participants are given responsibilities and practical experiences that not only complement their classroom work but also promote their careers. Through the duration of their experience, participants work with Commission staff on projects particular to the specific Division or Office to which they are assigned. Additionally, participants may participate in seminars and workshops on various aspects of federal securities laws.
Learn more here: https://www.sec.gov/students-and-recent-graduates-overview
This comes recommended by an alumna who recently participated in a CCI Field Guide program.
Disability:IN NextGen Leaders program
Apply HERE by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 6, 2023
Announcing the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program
This is a six-week summer program designed to provide undergraduates with a deeper appreciation of current issues and trends in international affairs, a greater understanding of career opportunities in international affairs, and the enhanced knowledge and skills to pursue such careers.
The program encourages the application of members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need. The Program covers the costs for tuition, travel, housing, and two meals per day. It also provides a stipend of $3,300.
Applicants must be full-time undergraduates with at least sophomore status on the date of the application deadline. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2. Must be a US citizen.
Deadline: February 7, 2023
APPLY HERE: https://rangelprogram.org/summer-enrichment-program/overview-eligibility/