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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.<
Recent Blog Posts
Internship experiences, program profiles and more.
Second year University of Georgia Master of International Policy (MIP) student, Valeriia Lozova, recently accepted a Research Intern position at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington D.C.
Last summer Hamilton College’s Gillian Mak ’18 interned at the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Office of Public Diplomacy in Washington.
Valdosta State University’s Haneefah Saleem spent the first three months of 2018 working directly with state senators and representatives at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta.
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