The program, which runs annually from mid-June through the end of August, is designed to expose students to philanthropy and the nonprofit sector and to provide them with a rich learning and development experience. Assignments vary by department but generally include administrative, analytical, research, and special project support. Students also attend weekly learning sessions, which include meetings with senior foundation staff and opportunities to learn about business etiquette, build networking skills, and discuss career planning.
The 2016 Summer Internship Program is paid and will be open to students who are
We are particularly interested in students who would like to learn more about the work of nonprofit organizations and foundations. Some interns return during the school term to work on a part-time basis, and a number of our intern alumni have been hired into permanent positions.
Internships may be available in our grant-making programs, working on issues including education, economic justice, open government, arts and culture, and racial, ethnic, and gender justice.
Positions may also be available in other departments throughout the foundation: