Washington, DC 20001
The Charles Koch Institute’s semester-long internship program, which takes place during the fall, spring, and summer, gives students an introduction to non-profit careers through paid, hands-on experience and a unique curriculum to help set them up for future success. Interns have the option of working for a non-profit organization in the Washington, DC, area or elsewhere around the country.
Through the program, interns will be placed in a full- or part-time internship with a partner organization. Roles are available in a variety of fields, including:
While applicants frequently have undergraduate degrees in economics, political science, communications, history, or business, we encourage applicants from all disciplines, as well as those with advanced degrees.
United States | Port Huron
Internship (September 12–December 16, 2016)