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Summer 2021 Public Health & International Development Internship in Uganda

The Uganda Village Project is Now Accepting Applications for Summer Public Health & International Development Internship in Uganda – Summer 2021

The Uganda Village Project (UVP) is an international public health organization that works to promote public health and sustainable development in Uganda’s Iganga District. Interns live and work in a rural village with diverse teams to gain experience in public health, community education, and international development. Interns’ focus areas may include water, sanitation, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, malaria, and reproductive health. 

Learn more about our internship program here: http://www.ugandavillageproject.org/internships/

Internship Program Dates
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 – Sunday, August 15, 2021 (Team leaders start 6/13)

Diversity and Inclusion Program Discount
UVP offers a special discount to applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations. More details are available here.

Application Deadline
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until filled, but the all early applications must be submitted by February 1, 2021 by 11:59PM PST to be eligible for a fee discount. In order to apply, please access the application here.

Questions? Email us: internships@ugandavillageproject.org / Twitter: @uvp / Instagram @ugandavillageproject

2021 Internship @ Rocky Mountain Institute Working on Global Energy Transition

This, just in, from 2014 Middlebury alum at Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) offering up several undergraduate and entry-level positions in their various offices in Colorado, Washington, DC, New York City, and Beijing, China. She notes: “We’re currently hiring summer interns (application is open until Jan 20th) and have a number of other open entry level (Associate/Senior Associate) positions in addition to these.” Application deadline on January 20th, 2021.

You could be assigned to any of the following areas*:

Carbon-Free Electricity, Carbon-Free Buildings, Carbon-Free Mobility, Climate-Aligned Industries, Climate Intelligence, Breakthrough Technologies, Energy Transition Academy, Urban Transformation, China, India, US, or RMI: Africa, Southeast Asia and Islands.

About Rocky Mountain Institute   

Rocky Mountain Institute transforms global energy use to create a clean, prosperous, and secure low-carbon future. That is our mission. That is our passion. And every day, every member of our team of nearly 260 works relentlessly to achieve it. We are driving the global energy transition from fossil fuels to efficiency and renewables by working in partnership with businesses, communities, institutions, and entrepreneurs to advance market-based solutions. We achieve this by developing breakthrough ideas, testing and refining them, reshaping markets, and bringing solutions to scale. RMI is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with an annual budget of $70 million and offices in Basalt and Boulder, Colorado; New York City; Oakland, California; Washington, D.C.; and Beijing, China.   

Do you love solving challenging problems, thinking in numbers and working in groups? Do you also have the self-motivation, curiosity, creativity and ability to persuade others toward meaningful results? Are you passionate about making the world a better place?

If ‘Yes’ to the above, then apply before the January 20th deadline for a 2021 Summer internship today!!

Interested in Energy Storage-Intern with Stem in CA

An exciting opportunity just in from recent alum, Will Hanley ’15 who works at Stem, an innovative technology company that transforms the way energy is distributed and consumed –they are the global leader in AI-driven energy storage. They are looking specifically for a Finance Intern, preferably a recent grad, Feb or graduating senior. If interested in getting more information, please reach out to Will Hanley, wthanley at gmail.com.

Build Your Leadership Skills in the Nonprofit & Philanthropic Sector in CO

The El Pomar Internship is a unique summer program that introduces continuing undergraduate students to the nonprofit sector and provides an opportunity to develop professional interests and skills. Interns work with and are mentored by leaders in philanthropy. They serve an important role by providing administrative support for the Foundation’s offices. Interns receive assignments based upon the Foundation’s needs and, to the extent possible, the Interns’ interests. Interns participate in a weekly professional development series which provides insight into and practice in a professional atmosphere. Examples of past courses include investments, grant making, networking, public speaking and career planning. Each Intern fulfills an individual role but also receives meaningful interaction with the Intern class. While each Intern has a distinct learning experience, all have the opportunity to learn concepts through hands-on practice and receive the support and guidance to develop professionally. Applicants should demonstrate strong professional skills, skills in verbal and written communication, organization and time management skills, and a willingness to learn.

To learn more about the Internship, visit our website or email internship@elpomar.org and Danielle Hendrix, Internship Director, will contact you. 

To apply by February 12, please visit https://elpomar.applicantpro.com/jobs

Launch Your Career with the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship & Summer Internships

 Applications are currently open for both the 2021 Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship, as well as the 2021-2022 Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship! Learn more about both opportunities below. 

Public Service Fellowship

Launched in 2016, the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship immerses talented, emerging leaders from across the country in the work of Cleveland’s public sector, providing them an opportunity to develop their skills, enhance their networks, and jumpstart a career in public service.

Why Apply? 

The program is ideal for college students and recent grads with a passion for public service. It offers: 

  • A 12-month, full-time paid placement at a selected public sector agency in Cleveland, providing meaningful career-related work experience 
  • A $35,000 salary with health benefits
  • Participation in professional development that prepares fellows for 21st century public service, administered by Cleveland Foundation staff and professionals with expertise in their fields
  • A small cohort with individualized coaching, supervision and support
  • Immersion in the rich civic and cultural life of Cleveland, with first-hand opportunities to network and connect with a diverse array of senior leaders, organizations, and community members. Learn more about the program, and hear former fellows share their experiences, in this short video

Who’s Eligible to Apply? 

  • College graduates who earned their undergraduate degrees between spring 2018 and spring 2021. A wide range of degrees, including liberal arts and those pertaining to more technical/specialized areas of study, are welcomed. 
  • U.S. citizens, permanent residents or individuals eligible to work in the U.S. for the duration of the program (review the timeline). 
  • Relatives of Cleveland Foundation staff or board members are not eligible to apply. 

How to Apply 

Applications for the 2021-2022 Public Service Fellowship can be submitted online through Feb. 15, 2021. More information, including detailed application instructions, is available here

Summer Internship Program  

Now in its 22nd year, the Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship Program connects undergraduate students with meaningful, career-related experiences in the nonprofit and public sectors. Interns are placed at nonprofit and governmental agencies across Greater Cleveland for an 11-week paid summer internship.

Why Apply? 

Cleveland Foundation Summer Interns not only benefit from career-related work experience at their host sites, but also participate in and coordinate seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development. Visit our blog to hear firsthand from former summer interns who share highlights and takeaways from their internship experiences. And watch this short video, featuring former interns who talk about the value of the program.

Who’s Eligible to Apply? 

  • College students who are juniors or seniors in fall 2021, seniors graduating in 2021 or first-year graduate students in spring 2021 are eligible to apply.
  • Students must be attending college or university in Cuyahoga, Lake or Geauga County OR be permanent residents of Cuyahoga, Lake or Geauga County. 
  • Relatives of Cleveland Foundation staff or board members are not eligible to apply. 

How to Apply 

Applications for the 2021 Summer Internship Program can be submitted online through Feb. 1, 2021. More information, including detailed application instructions, is available here.

Spend Winter Term Engaged in International Sustainable Development

The Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development has re-posted their winter term internship opportunity with a deadline of November 25th. 

Students, you may apply for Cross-cultural Community Service Grants funding through the Center for Community Engagement, which has a deadline of December 2nd.  CCE has generously offered to support AASD applications, but students will need to apply individually by the deadline, as there is not a pre-set amount of funding dedicated for AASD participants only as we have had in place for past j term cohorts.  It is the responsibility of the student to secure their own funding as needed, secure the position with AASD, apply for winter term credit, and to find a faculty sponsor by December 2.

This is a tall order, but if you happened to have seen the recent screening of The Potato King documentary last week, which included utterly beautiful footage of the Peruvian landscape where the Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development works, you might be motivated to get this done!  This virtual internship with them won’t be like a visit, but it will help you learn about the culture and resources of Peru.  The deadline for applications to do the internship is November 25.

Be a Climate Action Intern This Winter Term & Get Credit!

Intern with the South Burlington Energy Committee (SBEC), a volunteer group that reports to the City Council, in assisting the City of 18,000 residents to develop the promised Climate Action Plan to achieve local CO2 emissions reductions in line with the Paris Climate goals and supporting the City’s long term commitment to address the climate crisis. Apply for Winter Term internship for credit and challenge yourself to apply your liberal arts learning in a real-world setting and an opportunity to reflect on the connections between your classroom climate change education and hands-on learning. Learn more about getting WT credit HERE.

The Winter Term 2021 SBEC Climate Action Intern will support the SBEC in building the foundation of information that South Burlington requires to define specific goals and to evaluate the progress and effectiveness of the actions the city is undertaking to address its climate goals. As an intern you will tap into these skills: data & analytics, finance, operations / production, writing / editing and communications. During the project, you will work with a team of stakeholders, not limited to: city staff, school staff, utility representatives from Vermont Gas, Green Mountain Power, and Efficiency Vermont, fuel dealers, staff from the CCRPC (Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission), state employees, people from state and national organizations that specialize in emissions inventories, members of other energy committees, and university researchers. 

Don’t wait – get your application in for this tight deadline on November 23rd!