Division of Government Affairs
Other Internship Opportunities
on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service
June 5 – August 3 * Washington, DC
APPLICATION DEADLINE - MARCH 26**
SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING STILL AVAILABLE
Are you passionate about service and making a lasting impact in your community? Are you looking for a summer experience that will give you the tools to standout in today’s competitive job market?
Apply NOW for the 2013 Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service and dive head first into Washington, DC’s unique and growing nonprofit sector. As one of the top cities in America for young nonprofit professionals, our nation’s capital is the perfect place to launch your career!
LIVE in furnished
apartments in the heart of the city.
LEARN the foundations of the nonprofit sector and earn up to 9 transferable credits from George Mason University.
INTERN in some of Washington, DC’s most exciting nonprofit organizations.
SERVE in hands on projects and affect change in the community.
This summer’s deadline has been extended to March 26 with generous scholarship funding still available. To take advantage of the extended application and scholarship deadline, please contact admissions staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-986-0384. We will work with you to help you complete your application and ensure that it qualifies for the extended deadline.
For more information and to begin an online application please visit www.DCinternships.org/IPVS.
Columbia College Alumni-Sponsored Student Internship Program
The Columbia College Alumni-Sponsored Student Internship Program (CCASSIP) is an exciting opportunity for Columbia College sophomores and juniors to have an internship experience developed through a strong partnership between the Center for Career Education, the Columbia College Alumni Association Board, and the Columbia College Alumni Association. These internships are available across a variety of industries and are unique opportunities to gain direct industry exposure. The internships will be predominantly in New York for the summer 2013 but there is also potential for them to be in other cities across the country and globe. Last year the internships were in the NY metro area and also Beijing, China, San Francisco, California, Mountain View, California, Miami, Florida and Washington, D.C. As part of the program, students are paired with an alumni mentor, engage in training prior to the program, take part in professional development and networking events, and have the support of CCE. At the close of the program, all CCASSIP interns will come together to reflect on the experience.
Summer 2013 opportunities will be posted in LionSHARE as available through the fall and early part of the spring semester. Be sure to search by "CCASSIP" or set up a job search agent to be emailed as new opportunities are posted.
For all the current CCASSIP and other CCE internship program postings click here.
Opportunities will be posted on LionSHARE as available and the qualifications and application process will be listed in each job description and the required documents (resume, cover letter, transcript) will vary by opportunity.
Wednesday, January 22, 5pm - 6pm, CCE Conference Room, co-sponsored by the Columbia University Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Register
For all questions about the CCASSIP program, please feel free to contact: Jennie CreamerAssociate Director, Experiential Education & Student Enterprises