Tag Archives: Summer Internships

Learn More About Upcoming Education-Related Events

Here are a few Education related events in the Handshake calendar:

CCI Funded: Summer 2021 EdTech Internship with Team4Tech – Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021, at 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A fun summer funded program allowing you to work with students in Rwanda using iPad technology.

City Year, Teach for America, Reading Partners, and College Possible Present: “4 Pathways to Social Impact” hosted at City Year – Wednesday, March 3rd 2021, at 7:00 pm EST – 8:00 pm EST (6-7 CST)

A great way for you to compare several different education access programs that are trying to shrink the education achievement gap in the US.

Recruiting Session – Peace Corps Thursday, March 4th, 2021 at 3:10 pm EST – 4:00pm EST (12:10-1:00 pm PST)

A good opportunity to learn about Peace Corps service and opportunities in Education.

Want to spend a year in Spain? Come to the NALCAP Spain Info Session Monday, March 8th, 2021 at 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

A program of Ministry of Education of Spain through the Embassy of Spain in the U.S. where American college students, who are native-like speakers of English and French (in Canada), partner with elementary and secondary schools in Spain to bolster language programs, as teaching assistants (TAs) under the supervision and guidance of teachers of English or French as a World/Foreign Language.

For the 4th Summer, CCI is Proud to Partner with Team4Tech! Check Out This Great Summer Internship!

This summer, CCI is once again partnering with Team4Tech to provide a unique internship opportunity for Middlebury students to support our nonprofit partners in Africa.

For students interested in education, technology, and/or international development, who want to gain real world skills in helping devise and deliver remote solutions to educational NGOs, this is a valuable opportunity.

The eight-week project will kick off June 14 and end August 6, and students will be guided by Team4Tech staff through a human-centered design process as they work with our NGO partner.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. EST
RSVP in Handshake.

Hot Education Handshake Internships & Jobs

  • [2021-2022] K-12 Lead Teacher (Founding and Existing Sites) KIPP NYC Public Schools is a non-profit network of free, public charter schools that prepares students for success in college and life. In 1995 we started our first middle school, KIPP Academy, in The Bronx. Our goal was to graduate students with the strength of character and academic abilities needed to succeed in high school, college and beyond – and in so doing, to prove what is possible for all students.
  • PACER Policy Intern Research for Action (RFA) seeks to use research as the basis for the improvement of educational opportunities and outcomes for traditionally underserved students. Our work is designed to strengthen public schools and postsecondary institutions; provide research-based recommendations to policymakers, practitioners and the public at the local, state and national levels; and enrich the civic and community dialogue about public education.
  • Here is a listing of curated internships in Handshake using the key words: Education Policy Internships
  • Here is a listing of curated jobs in Handshake using the key words: Education Jobs

Hot Social Impact Handshake Internships & Jobs

Here are new internships and jobs that have come into my inbox from postings on Handshake. I’ve tried to sort them in categories that might get your attention. Get your applications in before the deadlines:

ENVIRONMENTAL/CONSERVATION/CLIMATE CHANGE:

SCA NH Conservation Corps – Conservation StewardThe Student Conservation AssociationConcord, New Hampshire, United States 
Marketing and Communications InternThe Nature ConservancyNewmarket, New Hampshire, United States 
Climate Change Adaptation InternConservation InternationalCrystal City, Virginia, United States and 1 more
Summer Internship: Energy, Climate Change & Extractive IndustriesInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America
Clean Trucks & Buses Campaign ManagerUnion of Concerned ScientistsWashington, District of Columbia, United States 
Northeast Transportation Policy Analyst/AdvocateUnion of Concerned ScientistsCambridge, Massachusetts, United States
“Explore With Us” InternshipGreening Youth FoundationArlington County, Virginia, United States
Summer Internship: Migration, Remittances & Development ProgramInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America 
Summer Internship: Asia & Latin AmericaInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America 
Summer Internship: Education ProgramInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America
Horticulture ApprenticeOak Spring Garden FoundationUpperville, Virginia, United States 
U360 Business Sustainability Internship Program (REMOTE)Manomet, IncDaytona Beach, Florida, United States and 23 more
  • Copy Writer Intern @Climate of Denial is a non-profit committed to fact-based climate change education and advocacy. It is a response to pervasive climate change and science denial. We are looking for writers interested in communications and/or environmental science to help create and maintain an accountability resource list to track climate change deniers in government, media, and business.

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS & DEVELOPMENT:

Summer Internship: Migration, Remittances & Development ProgramInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America 
Summer Internship: Asia & Latin AmericaInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America 
Summer Internship: Education ProgramInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America
Summer Internship: Peter D. Bell Rule of Law ProgramInter-American Dialogue1155 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States of America
Summer 2021 Internships in Digital CommunicationsWoodrow Wilson International Center for ScholarsRonald Reagan Bldg and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004, USA
Unpaid Internship (Online), Summer 2021, Industry Monitoring and Analysis Unit, Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration (ITA), United States Department of Commerce US Department of Commerce – International Trade Administration – HeadquartersWashington, District of Columbia, United States
Deputy Managing Editor, Think Global HealthCouncil on Foreign Relations1777 F Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20052, United States of America
  • Summer 2021 Education Services Intern (IINE-Boston) The International Institute of New England is a 501(c)(3) non-profit serving refugees and immigrants in Boston, MA, Lowell, MA, and Manchester, NH. The Institute offers internships to students, graduate students, and recent graduates with demonstrated interest or experience in supporting refugee, asylee, and immigrant populations. Each internship includes an educational component, through which interns contextualize their experience and reflect on their service.

ENERGY & RENEWABLES:

Student Trainee (Human Resources) Summer InternFederal Energy Regulatory Commission888 1st Street Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20002, United States 
Solar and Energy Storage Analysis Intern Encore Renewable EnergyBurlington, Vermont, United States 
2021 Summer Intern – Operational Performance, Reliability Reporting (Remote) AVANGRID (BGC, CNG, CMP, NYSEG, RG&E, UI, SCG, NYSEG)Orange, Connecticut, United States 
2021 Summer Intern – Renewables Controls (Remote) AVANGRID (BGC, CNG, CMP, NYSEG, RG&E, UI, SCG, NYSEG)Portland, Oregon, United States

GLOBAL SECURITY & TERRORISM:

Biosecurity Threats to Central and South Americas – Summer 2021National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)College Park, Maryland, United States 
  • Research and Social Media Outreach Internship The Institute for Science and International Security, a Capitol Hill-based non-profit research organization concerned with nuclear non-proliferation, seeks qualified undergraduate or graduate student interns for an unpaid research and social media outreach internship in the spring and summer terms of 2021. The position starts on a rolling basis and lasts at least eight weeks. 

YOUTH MENTORING/CHILDREN’S RIGHTS/EDUCATION

Youth Mentor Internship Summer 2021 RemoteTuesday’s ChildrenManhasset, New York, United States
REMOTE Public Interest Internship: Policy Intern  (Summer 2021)   Alliance for Children’s RightsSacramento, California, United States
  • Remote Summer 2021 Intern – Rural Education Action Program – China: This “Middlebury-friendly” internship from June 14 to July 2nd offers an exciting opportunity to support the work of the Rural Education Action Program (REAP), an impact evaluation organization that aims to inform sound education, health and nutrition policy in China. REAP’s goal is to help school children from vulnerable communities enhance their human capital and overcome obstacles to education so that they can escape poverty and better contribute to China’s developing economy.

CCI-SPONSORED PAID INTERNSHIPS:

Don’t forget to use the label in Handshake for “CCI-Sponsored” to view the 14+ internships offered by alumni, parents and friends of Middlebury.

For the 4th Summer, CCI is Proud to Partner with Team4Tech! Check Out This Great Summer Internship!

This summer, CCI is once again partnering with Team4Tech to provide a unique internship opportunity for Middlebury students to support our nonprofit partners in Africa.

For students interested in education, technology, and/or international development, who want to gain real world skills in helping devise and deliver remote solutions to educational NGOs, this is a valuable opportunity.

The eight-week project will kick off June 14 and end August 6, and students will be guided by Team4Tech staff through a human-centered design process as they work with our NGO partner.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. EST
RSVP in Handshake.

Have You Ever Dreamed About Working in Radio? NPR Has Internships!

National Public Radio has posted over 20 REMOTE summer 2021 internships on to Handshake like the one below. Some are in operations, others on popular NPR shows like Planet Money, It’s Been a Minute Podcast, Ask Me Another, etc. Search in the Handshake Jobs section using keyword: NPR.

NPR Music Alt.Latino Intern (REMOTE) – Summer 2021National Public Radio (NPR), Inc.New York City, New York, United States and 3 more

Advance Social Justice & Poverty Interventions This Summer

Apply for a Privilege & Poverty National Summer Internship

The Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster offers funded summer internships locally, and around the U.S. through its participation in the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty.

Middlebury Deadline: Friday, January 15th

Middlebury College is one of over twenty member institutions of the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty (SHECP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the proliferation of poverty studies programs at colleges and universities in the U.S. Middlebury regularly sends 5-7 students to participate in this summer program. 

This opportunity is open to students in all majors and career paths. If accepted, you will be matched with an agency that fits your interests and strengths. Located in urban and rural sites, internships offer opportunities in advancing social justice and implementing poverty interventions in areas including: Community and Individual Services; Education and Youth Outreach; Health and Wellness; Immigration and Refugees; and Legal and Business Management.

The Consortium’s internship program includes eight weeks of summer fieldwork bookended by opening and closing conferences, during which student interns come together with peers from other schools (and with faculty and staff) to critically reflect on their experiences. The closing conference also includes an annual symposium on a topic important to understanding poverty.

Please consult this flyer for more information about the application process.  If you have any questions on whether your virtual service experience could qualify for funding, please reach out to Ashley Laux at alaux@middlebury.edu or (802) 443-3099.