Intern with California Coalition for Rural HousingCalifornia Coalition for Rural HousingSacramento, California
Summer 2014 InternshipsEl Museo del BarrioNew York, New
Communications InternCapital Area Food Bank of TexasAustin, Texas
2014 Diversity Internship ProgramNew York State Homes & Community RenewalNew York, New
Summer Civil Rights InternshipCommunity Change, Inc.Boston, Massachusetts
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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 Engage Program at Duke.
DukeEngage provides full funding for select Duke undergraduates who wish to pursue an immersive summer of service in partnership with a U.S. or international community. As of summer 2013, more than 2,400 Duke students have volunteered through DukeEngage in 75 nations on six continents.
Learn More about DukeEngage as well as service internship programs at other schools.
Recent Blog Posts
Internship experiences, program profiles and more.
When Hilary Fiskum ’15 told a career coach in the St. Olaf Piper Center for Vocation and Career that she wanted to learn more about genetic counseling, they connected her with Barbara Bowles Biesecker ’79.
Last semester as an intern in the Ad Sales Creative & Cause Marketing department at the National Geographic Channel, American University’s Nate Cover had the opportunity to see and take part in the production process of sponsored promos from start to finish.
When Devika Balachandran and David Hoyos arrived in Mississippi last June to embark upon an eight-week-long internship, the two Princeton University undergraduates did not know each other — but that was about to change.