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Why a Service Internship?
Looking for a work opportunity where you will gain practical, real-world experience while making a difference by helping others in need? Then consider a Service Internship.
What is the difference between a regular internship and a service internship?
Often a life-changing event, a service internship provides exceptional perspective and a solid set of accomplishments that uniquely qualify you for your eventual career search or post-graduate studies.
Only the most extraordinary regular internships can compare.
A great example is the Sorensen Fellowship Program at the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life at Brandeis University.
The Sorensen Fellowship offers a $4,000 stipend to help students spend the summer working on issues that matter to them in the organization of their choice.
Learn More about the Sorensen Fellowship as well as service internship programs at other schools.<
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Internship experiences, program profiles and more.
Washington & Lee senior Anna Milewski spent the summer working as an archaeological curation intern at George Washington’s Mount Vernon where she worked with the Historic Preservation team.
Florida International University’s Isaiah Barrett completed an internship with the State Department’s International Information Programs where the Communications major put his skills to work in the Office of Design.
This summer, Gabriel Gallegos will serve in the U.S. Embassy in Santiago, Chile as a Public and Cultural Affairs intern, communicating with the Chilean public and advancing American interests.
To help students acquire the skills to get better qualified for internships, Service Internships has partnered with companies like Lynda.com to provide an online video-training library that has more than 1,400 software, career development, and technology training titles that you can access from anywhere using an internet browser.
Lynda’s video courses are taught by industry experts, working professionals, and veteran teachers. The library features software from Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Blackboard, Facebook, Google, HTML, Microsoft, Open Source, SPSS, Twitter and many more that allow users to learn the latest tools and techniques in business, digital media, design and development.
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